Kama bars

3,48 

43 in stock

Brand: Tactical Foodpack

Description: Kama is a traditional Estonian dish - it's a mixture of roasted barley, rye, wheat and pea flour. Kama contains a high level of fibre that fills the stomach, removes toxins from the body and also regulates blood pressure.

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SKU: 4744698014166 Categories: , Tags: , ,
heating bag
1 × Heating bag
Flameless warming bag to prepare your meal wherever you are, without the need for hot water, a cooker or a microwave.
Original price was: 3,25 €.Current price is: 1,56 €.

Description

Brand: Tactical Foodpack

Description: Kama is a traditional Estonian dish - it's a mixture of roasted barley, rye, wheat and pea flour. Kama contains a high level of fibre that fills the stomach, removes toxins from the body and also regulates blood pressure.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.

Peso Neto: 54g

Gross weight: 64g

Portions: 1

Expiry date (from date of manufacture):  8 years

Nutritional information:

Composition Per 100g Per sachet
Energy value in Kcal 347 202
Energy value in Kj 1570 848
Protein (g) 8,9 4,8
Carbohydrates (g) 38,9 21
Lipids (g) 20,2 10,9

 

Ingredients: Kama flour 62% (rye, wheat, barley, peas), wheat flour, eggs, sugar, butter, water, brandy, salt.

Allergens: Eggs, wheat, rye, barley, butter (milk). Contains gluten.

Preparation method/time:

1 - Open the bag at the indicated point and remove the oxygen absorber.
2 - Carefully add boiling water to the bag.
3 - Mix the contents and seal the bag.
4 - After 15 minutes, mix the meal again, season to taste and savour.

Amount of water to be added: See packaging.

Informação adicional

Weight 64 g

Brand

Tactical Foodpack

The idea for Tactical Foodpack came from a doctor in the Estonian Special Operations Force who, in his daily work, was faced with complicated conditions that put both his physical and mental health to the test. Tactical Foodpack is guided by the Special Forces principle: "Don't f... with the food!"

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