We Tried It Out: Nomad Nutrition meals | Vegetarian Camping Food - Vegetarian Times

Nomad Nutrition is the culmination of the pursuit of wild places and good food. Founder Denis Mikhailov, an avid climber, spent years looking for the best food to fuel his body and his adventures. Nomad Nutrition promotes a healthy, organic lifestyle with adventure meals geared towards backpackers, hikers, climbers, paddlers, hunters, and anyone on the go or venturing on overnight excursions.

Nomad Nutrition has tweaked their recipes to contain the right ratios of healthy fats, lean protein and complex carbs. And they’re packed with nutrient-dense calories to keep the stoke high. They do their best to use organic, non-GMO, whole food ingredients, and all meals are gluten-free, with vegan and paleo options. These small batch meals are made in the Pacific Northwest, not in a lab or some factory overseas, and the company is working on becoming more and more sustainable.

But how do they taste?

Hungarian Goulash To be honest, I’ve never had goulash, but it’s been the punchline for plenty of jokes, so I was quite surprised at how much I liked this! First of all, Nomad Nutrition’s meals are super low-effort: boil a cup of water, add to pouch, seal, and let cook. I suspect the potatoes and smoked paprika were my taste allies here, but there are beans to slip in some protein and nutritional value for even a carb-loving hiker like me. GF/dairy free, soy free, palm oil free, non GMO.

Kathamandu Curry I’ve been craving rice, and this is made with tiny rice noodles to stand in for the rice. Well spiced, and chickpeas for protein (20g per pouch). I love the coconut milk, but would have skipped the sundried tomatoes. I’d still pick up a pouch of this over Mountain House in a heartbeat. GF/dairy free, soy free, palm oil free, non GMO.

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