Places like THRIVE sell long term meats (beef, chicken, ham, turkey, bacon) in two formats: TVP - dehydraded - #10 can - 45 servings for ~$11 Freeze Dried - #10 can - 48 servings for ~$45 Yes I know that TVP really isn't "meat", and that it is Textured Vegetable Protein made to look/taste like meat. Obviously the TVP is a LOT cheaper per serving, and probably contains less fats. Anybody have experience with either of these "formats". Doesn't have to be the THRIVE brand. Mountain House, WISE and several other make similar products. . . I'm just debating as to which product I should order. . .