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Old 05-28-2011, 12:47 AM
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Good lord... The first set I saw a long time ago started me really getting serious. Just when I thought i was making decent progress with my small 6x6 pantry, you go and ruin it for me. Now I gotta make plans for the shed I'm building to expand my stash.
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Have you lost any food yet, I would assume you rotate your food as you use it, I was just curious if you have found it difficult to work in your stocks into your meal planning for your family. I have stocked quite a bit of dried beans and grains and it seems like a lot of work working them in, beans not so much but I have gotten pretty creative with the grains.
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You obviously do not live in earthquake country.. lol
I could not get away with stacking stuff to the edge of shelves with no restraint system.
Nice store-room!
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Have you lost any food yet, I would assume you rotate your food as you use it, I was just curious if you have found it difficult to work in your stocks into your meal planning for your family. I have stocked quite a bit of dried beans and grains and it seems like a lot of work working them in, beans not so much but I have gotten pretty creative with the grains.
We haven't lost anything yet, that room stays between 40 - 65 degrees. We rotate as necessary, and all of the grains and beans are packed in Mylar with O2 absorbers. I have 100 lbs of pintos, 100 lbs of split peas, 100 lbs of lentils, 50 lbs. of kidney, 50 lbs. of black, and 50 lbs. of white beans.
I think I should get more kidney beans, but the wife is still asking me if I'm going to eat all those beans. I've told her, when she gets hungry enough, she'll eat them too.
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Nice job, ready ta BBQ I see
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looking good....and that stove is awesome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Man that is beautiful! It does look like a chinese restaurant's storage but with the barbeque grill resto they partnered up with next door. Thanks for sharing
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I too think you have done an amazing job with your preps. Bravo Brother! My kind of porn LOL!
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With that much volume, you better HOPE the SHTF.

As I'm still pretty new at provision stocking, it occurs to me that waste must come into play eventually. At any given point, the S could HTF. Thus, ideally we should have at least several years worth of everything from beans and rice to canned peaches and tuna on hand at any given point. It seems I need to stock more than I can possible rotate thru the average day to day dietary needs of my family.
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That's alot of Charcoal!
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I've got some serious prepper's envy going on!!! We've got about 1/4 of what you've got.

I never even thought about stocking up on charcoal, not sure why since I stock up on everything else. Guess I'll be headed to Walmart in the morning.
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Awesome
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I think everyone will agree with me here when I say you've got one glaring weak spot in your prep pantry...

ONLY ONE BOX OF FORTUNE COOKIES?!?

Get with it, man! C'mon!
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Is that what they call "it," these days....
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What got me was the propane collection. All I can say is WOW!
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Very impressive, looks like you are well stocked.
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Very impressive indeed. Hope all that propane isn't in the house though. Or the stacked charcoal bags for that matter.
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Great job. Can I ask why you have multiple small propane tanks vs a large one in the yard?
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That is impressive. A lot of stuff to keep hidden.
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