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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This has been beat to death but oh well. I was researching what foods were best for energy, as my energy level is somewhat relaxed. According to what I read, salmon is the best meat for energy. Went to Walmart, and the Great Value brand was sold out. Somebody else knows this too. Went to Dollar...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hi All, Newbie here. I'm looking for ideas for food that I can store that has a very long shelf life. At least 5 years. My plan is to set asside a corner of my garage and spend a couple of weekends gathering about 5-6 large storage boxes woth of supplies. I want to be able to put everything...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So my husband and I continue to begin to prepare for the worst, EMP or Nuke Attack. We are so use to eating homecooked meals, taking turns, most nights. We are big meat fans. After visiting Wal-Mart, it appears if we want any meat, it will come from a can and mostly likely be Chicken or Tuna...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have been putting back beans,rice,canned meats,pastas (Things I consider lunch or dinner). However I have not put back anything for breakfast until now. I started thinking how I would hate to eat pasta or beans for breakfast, so I ordered 30 packs of powdered eggs from eggstore.com. I was...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    For those of you that are looking for some canned meats and canned cheeses, CampingSurvival.com has Yoders canned meats and bacon. Yoder's Canned Beef Yoder's Canned Pork Sausage Yoder's Canned Hot Dogs - "Grill Delights" Yoder's Canned Pork Chunks Yoder's Canned Turkey Chunks...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Greetings, I found that site with canned meat. I already ordered a few hardware from them: http://www.pleasanthillgrain.com/canned_meat_canned_chicken_canned_turkey_canned_beef.aspx 1 - Is it good quality meat? Anyone can comment on the taste? 2 - Anyone knows another place with same/better...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Greetings, I found that out. I am not equipped to can nor do I have time. What do you think of those? I have mormon's friends and bought from LDS. They are good people (Those that I know) and the quality was good. I plan to put 2-3 cases in my freezer because temps here vary too much in GA...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Put this here cos the gardening and recipes thing didnt seem quite right. I bought a reasonably priced can of brazillian stewed beef ( cost .79 pence ) and wanted to test it as a prep. I thought theres no point having it if its gonna taste like crap and not get ate. Anyway I softened a mushroom...
  9. Food and water
    Canning Meats 101 1. Pre-cooked, tender, and meat ready to make a meal: venison, moose, and elk meat, chicken, turkey, beef, ground meat, pork, and fish. 2. With a power outage of a week or more and you will lose all of the meat in your freezer unless you can save it by either salting, drying...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anyone canned meat? I been reading several articles by Jackie Clay on the subject. She says for instance canned venison will last a long long time. She said 10 years is no big deal. I never have canned meat and dont know how it taste afterwards. Didnt know if any of you had experience in...
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