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Military Surplus Freeze Dried Uncooked Chicken Tenders

Military Surplus Freeze Dried Uncooked Chicken Tenders

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This is a variation listing of 1 can and 6 cans.

Uncooked Chicken Tenders in #10 Can

  • 6 #10 cans neatly fit in 1 case for easy storage

  • Each can contain 18 to 22 freeze-dried, uncooked chicken tenders (108 to 132 tenders per case!!!)

  • Hand-trimmed and sealed in an oxygen/moisture-free environment

  • Flash-frozen and dehydrated for freshness

  • Net weight of 13 oz per can

  • U.S. Government/Military Surplus

Flash Facts:

  • #10 Size Cans (Gallon Size)

  • 25+ year shelf life

  • No refrigeration required

Quality and Origin: Our uncooked chicken tenders are produced as overruns by a large military defense contractor in 2022. We have sourced these directly from a Defense Reutilization Office (DRO) Source, typically reserved for Executive Branch and strategic military use. The gourmet quality of these tender, boneless chicken tenders makes them an exceptional choice.

Preparation and Usage: Preparing these chicken tenders is quick and effortless. Simply soak them in cold water for 20 minutes until tender throughout, and cook. These tenders maintain their original appearance and size when cooked, without any shrinkage. For even more tenderness, extend the soaking time. With no water or oxygen in the can, the tenders remain fresh for 25+ years, possibly up to 30 to 40 years.

Longevity after Opening:

  • Refrigerated in a Zip Lock bag: Up to 1 year after opening, but not rehydrated

  • Without refrigeration in a Zip Lock bag: Up to 60 days after opening, but not rehydrated

  • In the fridge once rehydrated: Up to 5 days after rehydration

These uncooked chicken tenders are ideal for long-term storage and can be enjoyed for many years. They provide a quick and mess-free meal solution, regardless of power outages.

Cook as many or as few tenders as you like, just like fresh chicken tenders. Perfect for various outdoor activities such as camping, boating, traveling, or at the cabin.

Experience the exceptional taste and convenience of our freeze-dried chicken tenders today.

Ingredients: Freeze Dried Chicken Tenders, Uncooked. No preservatives, colorings, or additives.

how long to boil chicken tenders?

The amount of time it takes to boil chicken tenders depends on the thickness of the tenders. For thin tenders, it will take about 3-5 minutes. For thicker tenders, it will take about 8-10 minutes. To ensure that the chicken is cooked through, use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature. The chicken should be cooked to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit. 

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What is Military Surplus?

Military surplus refers to the goods and equipment that are no longer needed by the military, typically due to advances in technology or changes in strategic or tactical needs. The surplus is often sold through government auctions or to private buyers for use in other fields, such as recreational activities (like camping) or military reenactments.

Is Military Food Good?

The quality of military food varies depending on a number of factors. Generally speaking, military meals are designed to be nutritious and filling, but not necessarily gourmet. Much of the food served in the military is pre-packaged, shelf-stable items that require little to no preparation.

How long do military Surplus food last?

Shelf life of 10 to 25 years, depending on the type and storage conditions.