Create your favorite recipes in the wilderness with the same real, high quality meat that you would use at home. Our premium freeze-dried sausage crumbles cooks quickly and is packed with flavor so that you can enjoy everything from eggs with sausage to sausage with pasta to pizza while you’re on the trail.

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Freeze Dried Sausage Crumbles
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Freeze-Dried
2 oz (about ¾ cup)
22 oz (about 8¼ cups)


Ingredients: Cooked Pork, Salt, Spices, Sugar, Water, Sodium Phosphate


Rehydrating Instructions: Rehydrate in cool water for 8-10 minutes or hot water for 3-5 minute. Use 4 parts sausage to 1 part water.

Storage & Shelf-life: Store in original container in a cool, dry location, for up to 12 months.



* 2oz of freeze dried sausage crumbles is approximately equivalent to 4.3oz (1/3 lbs) of fresh sausage.


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  • Author: Old Bear
    I was wondering what sort of sausage it is -- whether it is italian sausage or country (breakfast) sausage.

    After trying, I'd say the Freeze Dried Sausage Crumbles are seasoned more like a breakfast sausage than an Italian sausage. The seasoning is very mild so the sausage can easily be used in multiple types of meals. It can be tossed in eggs or a breakfast gravy or used in Italian dishes when seasoned with Italian spices.
  • Author: Melissa
    This is a staple of our backpacking meals. It works great with spaghetti, curried bean soup (the type from the bulk bins), eggs. And the dogs love it too.

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