My full experience with MH Biscuits and Gravy
Opening the package, I noticed pale yet satisfyingly large chucks of what were once fluffy buttermilk biscuits. Dried-up little balls of pork patty accompanied by gravy powder were hiding underneath the biscuits. Everything smelled like croutons.
I poured my boiling 1 and 3/4 cups of water into the pouch and sealed it up. The pouch then began to hunch over as if it had stomach cramps. Everything started to congeal.
After opening the pouch, I could have sworn someone dumped my mom's biscuits and gravy in place of the once crouton-looking mound. Absolutely delicious. Anyone could serve this to me and I'd never know it was freeze dried.
Do not hesitate to buy a couple pouches and store them in your center console like I am.
Biscuits and Gravy
This is really good. Even my wife who likes nothing that I do said it was good. It's at least as good as the stuff in some restaurants. The biscuit chunks like like croutons. The package makes enough for 2 people with normal appetites. But if outdoors hiking etc, it might not last long. It was easy to prepare. After rehydration, some of the biscuit chunks were a little crunchy. I've been trying different mountain House products to work up an emergency food supply. Biscuits and Gravy will be on the list.
It's freeze dried food, so you have to approach the taste testing from that perspective (i.e. it can only be so good).
That being said, MH tends to get things right. That holds true in this case. You don't get BIG chunks of biscuit in it, but there are biscuit chunks in it. It tastes very good. Hunger is the best seasoning.