I can recommend the absolute wilderness berries on yogurt (add less water than they say) if you are in NZ/ can get that brand.
Also bought their scrambled eggs but didn't eat it (yet) due to whopping 1000 odd calories for a single serve. Will save it as an emergency ration instead.
My fave from the 6 days last week was bc roast lamb and veg.
Also my man loved the bc venison risotto.
I know people love the OG coq au vin but we found it too rich. The OG butter chicken was good. And the bc mex chicken was good - especially nice treat to have a few corn chips, and very spicy, but the kidney beans were a bit hard.
I know people like strive but I wouldn't have the laksa again, didn't taste like laksa ( I'd call it 'noodles in curry sauce') and not enough veg. The spag Bol was ok but not awesome. The creamy veg pasta was ok but a bit lacking in flavour. Their packs are less stable (one punctured just from pressure) and of course there is the washing up and they weigh more than the bc and OG. Also on weighing the packs, strive total weight including packaging was considerably less than the advertised net weight (by up to 50g!). The bc and outdoor gourmet all weighed in more than net weight.
Looking forward to eating my own concoctions now, but enjoyed the 'just add water' ease of prep of bc and OG.
A couple of dags and their pooch who live by the beach in their home named 'Dag Sands', of course.