Rarely do you see the words "dehydrated" and "gourmet" used together. Yet Good To Go Gourmet Dehydrated Meals are no joke. Designed for campers who love the freedom of a tent but crave real food, these bagged meals require nothing more than some boiling water and time to go from dry to delicious. They're made from real ingredients like fresh veggies and ground whole spices, portioned to keep your energy levels up, and come in a variety of dishes, including pad thai, mushroom risotto, and three bean chili.
Regular Soylent will keep you alive and healthy, but if you're used to enjoying a normal breakfast with a cup of coffee, switching solely to the liquid meal replacement can be a shock. Soylent Coffiest should help. Its plant-based formula provides 400 calories, or 20% of your daily nutritional requirements, via soy protein, algal oil for energy and essential fatty acids, and real, lightly-roasted coffee that not only provides the same caffeine as a 16 oz. cup of joe but also helps give the normally bland drink a bit of flavor. Available in pre-mixed bottles so you can slurp one down on the way to the gym, office, or lab.
Give your breakfast a hint of smoke to go with the sweetness by pouring on some Runamok Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup. To make this savory treat, they start with their best maple syrup — certified organic by Vermont Organic Farmers — then age it in just-emptied bourbon barrels, letting the liquid absorb the flavors of the bourbon without adding alcohol. Arrives in a 250ml bottle.
Add a meaty punch to your next meal by cooking with Epic Beef Tallow. This rendered beef fat can be stored for long periods without the need for refrigeration, and reduces waste by using more of the whole animal. It comes in a handsome 12 oz. jar, and can be used for everything from biscuits and eggs to beef fat fries.
They're not 100% wagyu, and they're certainly not Kobe, but these American Wagyu Tomahawk Steaks might still be the best cuts of meat you'll ever have. Hand cut by a master butcher from 100% natural cows that are a mix of wagyu and other breeds, each steak weighs about two and a half pounds, and arrives bone-in. They're the full width of a rib bone, measuring roughly two inches thick, aged for 28 days to improve both the flavor and texture, and graded higher than USDA Prime, so there's no worry of seeing something better at the local butcher shop.