Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Stroganoff Review

Last night my kids and I decided to make the Stroganoff which is part of the Legacy 72 Hour Kit I started reviewing a few weeks back.

It’s non-GMO, vegetarian, and obviously low in fat. Here’s the front of the package:

And the backside:

Just like with the other meals thus far, it’s super simple to make… just boil some water and cook for about 12-15 minutes, then let stand for a few minutes. And, of course, you could choose to cook half of the package, they give directions for that too.

If interested here’s a closeup of the label:

I did notice quite a bit of sodium in this package but it didn’t taste overly salty and neither did I notice my wife needing to add salt like she normally does, so it must have been salted “well enough” lol.

Anyway, the final product yielded four bowls of Stroganoff plus a bit extra we saved for later:

Overall, I’d say it was tasty enough, though I would have preferred some meat (guess I’m used to Beef Stroganoff) but I didn’t see anybody complaining either. 🙂

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