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Mountain House® Creamed Beef #10 Can

Item #30235
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MSRP: $58.99

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Mountain House Creamed Beef - #10 Can

This great tasting freeze-dried entree is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!  Pour the Mountain House Creamed Beef over steaming hot biscuits, add it to rice or your favorite pasta, or use as the perfect gravy over creamy mashed potatoes.  The possibilities are endless!

Mountain House freeze-dried #10 cans provide an amazing 25 year shelf-life when stored at 72°F or cooler.  They make food storage easy. 

  • 54  1/4-cup servings
  • 130 calories per serving
  • Opened shelf life of 7-21 days (resealing lid included)
  • 5-10 minute preparation time
  • No cooking needed – just add water!

Try a can of Mountain House freeze-dried food today and see why customers continually rate it as the best tasting freeze-dried food on the market!

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Mountain House® Creamed Beef #10 Can Videos

(1) #10 Can
Contains 54 - 1/4 Cup Servings

Item Number: 30235

Ship Weight: 3.49 lbs.

Net Weight: 46.10oz.

Product Supply Type: Food

Shelf Life: 30 + Years

Shelf Life Opened: 7-21

Total Items: 1

Total Servings: 54

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1/4 Cup Dry Mix
Servings Per Container 54

Amount Per Serving Calories 120 Calories from Fat 60
% Daily Value Total Fat 7g 11% Saturated Fat 2g 10% Trans Fat 1g Cholesterol 25mg 8% Sodium 430mg 18% Total Carbohydrate 7g 2% Dietary Fiber 0g 0% Sugars 2g Protein 7g
Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 0% Calcium 4% Iron 4% Potassium 0%

Ingredients: Creamed Sauce Mix (partially hydrogenated soybean oil, modified corn starch, buttermilk powder, enriched wheat flour [niacin, reduced iron, thiamine, riboflavin, and folic acid], corn syrup solids, nonfat dry milk powder, salt, spices, sodium caseinate, dipotassium phoshate, disodium inosinate and gyanylate, carmel color). Cooked Beef (beef, salt, natural flavor).

CONTAINS: Soy, Milk, Wheat.

Directions: To prepare a single servings:
Place ¼ cup dry mix in pan or pot. Add ½ cup of cold water and mix well. Follow steps 5 through 7 below.

To prepare entire can:
1. Remove and discard oxygen absorber from can.
2. Mix can contents.
3. Place contents of can 46.1oz in large suitable container.
4. Add 22 cups of cold water to dry mix. Mix well.
5. While stirring bring to a boil and then remove from heat.
6. Gravy will thicken upon cooling.
7. Stir and serve.

NOTE: Oxygen removed by either nitrogen flushing or oxygen absorbers. Oxygen absorber not for human consumption. Discard packet immediately upon opening.





Storage and Handling



It is necessary to store Mountain House products properly to ensure maximum shelf life. Store the product in a cool area, avoid long-term storage above 72 degrees F, and be careful to not puncture the cans. Under these conditions, Mountain House meals will maintain its shelf life for product quality flavor and nutritional value.

Once open, contents should be used immediately. However, product resealed using plastic recloseable lid has been found to be acceptable up to one week after opening.

This package is sold by weight, not volume. Some settling may have occurred due to shipping, handling or variations in the product density.


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