Meals in a bag will be familiar to anybody who regularly spends a night under canvas in the wilderness.
While not exactly Cordon Bleu in taste and presentation, they are, for the most part, perfectly pleasant meals and a nice way to get some warmth and nutrition in your belly at the end, or beginning, of an epic hill day.
However, the extra rucksack weight of the stove required to boil these bags will also be familiar, so how cool would it be if all you needed to heat your meal to a delightfully piping-hot temperature was a plastic bag, a large tea-bag looking sachet and some water?
Too good to be true? Umm, watch the video and find out...