Most dehydrated camp meals require two things: heated water to cook with, and copious amounts of hot sauce to mask the taste. However, Good To-Go meals only require the former. Not saying I didn’t still use hot sauce—I like it spicy—it just didn’t need it like some other bland-tasting brands. I tried the Breakfast Hash and it was great—in the future, it'll be something I look forward to rolling out of the tent to cook up in the morning. All of Good To-Go's meals are thoughtfully curated to be both tasty and as clean as can be. That means calories will come easy when they count the most: out in the field. The meals even come with a variety of dietary restrictions in mind, which further shows how committed the company is to reshaping our expectations for how a camp meal should taste. $9; available at goodto-go.com.