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Firepot Foods - Dehydrated Home Cooked Camping & Expedition Food

UK Manufactured Delicious and Nutritious Dehydrated camping and expedition foods. Some of which is in plastic free, home compostable packaging

Home cooked and locally sourced

Firepot meals are cooked and dehydrated by hand in rural Dorset. The ingredients are sourced from their local butcher and greengrocer, then cooked as a complete one-pot meal, just as you would at home. This gives Firepot its deep, authentic home-cooked flavour.

Lightweight and easy to prepare

The dehydration process ensures that each meal weighs just 105-135g for a regular sized portion, and 165-200g for an extra large portion. A Firepot meal is ready just 15 minutes after pouring boiling water into your pan or mug.

Awards and Expeditions

Winner of the 2017 Taste of the West award, and the 2017 Seed Fund Great Taste award.
Firepot have been used on several major expeditions including the fastest female rowed crossing of the Atlantic by Kiko Matthews; the fastest round-the-world cycle by Mark Beaumont; the first ascent of the most remote mountain in the world, Spectre, by British climber Leo Houlding; the first circumnavigation of Wales by SUP by Sian Sykes; and the attempted solo unsupported ski crossing of the Antarctic by polar explorer Ben Saunders, among others.

Compostable Packaging

We stock Firepot foods in fully-compostable pouches, as used by Sian Sykes of Psched Paddle Boarding on her 2018 circumnavigation of Wales on a Stand Up Paddleboard. These are not water proof and require the user to pour the dried food into a pan to rehydrate. They have a shelf life of one year, and they are just as tasty and delicious as the meals in the plastic packaging.

DofE recommended expedition food

Expedition food can be divided into wet and dry meals, and can be eaten either hot or cold directly from the pouch. It should be light and easy to carry, pack down small in your rucksack, and contain lots of energy. Wet food tends to be heavier but can be eaten in places which don't have any water. Dry food needs water to rehydrate.

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