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Old 01-17-2012, 09:21 PM
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Default Organic food prepping?

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Ok heres whats up, starting this year my health insurance company is giving me a 350 dollar voucher to use for various things(gym, acupuncture, massages, and an organic food stores). I get this every year and I went to one today and blew a hundred of the 350. I bought soaps, laundry detergent, vitamins, some other foods(organic food stores ARE EXPENSIVE). I was wondering if anyone had any good long term items I could possibly grab from there or should I just stick with vitamins and such? Now this place is a mini version of your local grocery store just real expensive but I figure if I get 350 a year for it I could buy some of the more expensive prep items. Any suggestions would be great.
Old 01-17-2012, 10:43 PM
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Organic bulk foods are not that expensive.
Wheat, rice, quinoa, spelt are cheap bulk items.
Organic pasta in bulk
Organic milk powder and egg powder are expensive, but store for a long time.

These can all be stored in 5gal buckets or vacuum sealed and stored in plastic bins.

Prepping organic is harder and more expensive, but think about this;
Most prepper food is junk, has low nutritional content compared to whole foods. In a stress situation where your body is already fighting adverse conditions, why would you want to feed it inferior fuel...unless you have to.
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