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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    While on a fishing trip I decided to stop at a camping site and have lunch. On the menu was Mountain House Chicken and Dumplings freeze dried pouch. This was probably one of the best tasting meals I have had from Mountain House. Chunks of chicken and the dumplings were just right...
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  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Went out to the local sand pit to do some target shooting. While I was there, I had lunch of a Sopakco Beef Ravioli MRE. This is probably the worst MRE I have ever eaten.
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The plan is to organize two serving Mountain House freeze dried pouches in five gallon buckets. Then label the buckets with a piece of duct tape. Breakfast Side dishes Main entrees Thoughts, suggestions?
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  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I posted a video on youtube about stockpiling freeze dried food. Several people commented that mountain house pouches are now rated at 30 years instead of 7 years. Does anyone have the details as to when and why mountain house extended the life of their pouches? Did mountain house change...
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  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    In your opinion if I have to feed 2 adults how many real servings will we get from a Mountain House #10 can. I'm thinking one decent meal. Thanks.:)
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Sorry if this is a lame question but I am looking to diversity some of my food supply and have been browsing the Mointain House website and have some odd questions. 1) The MH site shows the servings per #10 can but how big or what are the approx dimensions of the cans themselves? 2) If you...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    O.K., so FEMA suggests that folks have food set aside to last them for 3 days in an emergency situation. (LOL!) As best I understand it the Mormons want their members to have food set aside for each family member for one year. Question: How long will your food stockpile last for you and yours in...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Recently Wise food company was running commercials during the natgeo Doomsday preppers episodes offering free samples of their products . I called and took them up on their offer and received 2 samples of their product Overall I liked the way both of them tasted and consider wise...
  12. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I recently received my free sample from Wise foods. Let me start by saying that the customer rep who contacted me about my interests in Wise foods, was not only polite, but also offered to send me the Camping Food instead of the home food(after I explained to him my use of food for a go-bag.) I...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello survival guys and gals, I am writing this post in regards to the actual value of the #10 can in comparison to canning at home. I write this in that I have seen 6 #10 cans of rice for sale for a little over $80, when canning seems much cheaper. Besides the long shelf life of the sealed...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Anyone tried it? What do you think of it compared to others? Thanks!:xeye:
  15. Food and water
    I'm a list maker. At first I made of list of my long term food items I have stored in mylar. Then I totaled up the calories for each of the items. Now I have expanded the list to the majority of the food we stock (canned goods, Frozen meats, side dishes etc) not just the food in mylar. I...
  16. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I found this link with information on a taste test preformed by Oregon State University on Wise and Mountain House foods. http://bit.ly/P81sZW It gives the details of the taste tests which Mountain House won.
  17. Food and water
    spotted an interesting article posted on Survivalmom.com; http://thesurvivalmom.com/2012/07/12/mountain-house-educates-consumers-on-the-presence-of-high-oxygen-content-in-competitors-products/ Oregon Freeze Dried down in Albany, Oregon decided to evaluate Wise Foods claims to 25 year shelf life...
  18. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    What is the best way to start a monthly food plan,I've seen a plan made out for 5 bucks for 52 weeks,but it seemed like it was from y2k so it doesn't really help me now.what would you guys do with 100 bucks a month for food?Not just going out and buying 100 lbs of rice a month.I would like a...
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Well I am fairly new to the forum so hello to all! I have been quietly reading a lot of posts, and decided to start my food storage. I purchased roughly 100 Ball Mason jars, mostly quart sized some pint sized, and I have Foodsaver jar lid sealers, a brakeline handpump, and 300cc oxygen...
  20. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So I'm looking to buy some pre-made food for SHTF storage. What brands of food and mre's are the best for the price on the market right now? I was looking at the wise grab n go buckets. Mainly because of the easy storage. But im wondering if their is anything else that is on market at comparable...
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