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  1. Vendor Deals
    Food storage management has never been easier thanks to the Panty 72". Like its name suggests, the Pantry 72" was created for pantry storage. Featuring patented front-loading technology that automatically rotates cans on a first in first out basis, the Pantry 72" is among the most popular food...
  2. Vendor Deals
    Face it storing all the Canned food your family needs takes up a lot of space. However, with Shelf Reliance's Cansolidator Series you can store all your canned goods in less space. Plus the First in First Out Rotation System makes sure the food you buy first is eaten first. These are one of...
  3. Vendor Deals
    Shelf Reliance Harvest Food Rotation Systems for #10 Cans $229.99 Retails for $460, Normal Party Price $265. SALE ENDS May 21, 2012 at NOON EST please contact me ASAP if you are interested in this great deal If you have ever wanted a great storage system for your food stores, now is the time...
  4. Vendor Deals
    Howdy Fellow Preppers, Hey everyone I had to take down my links to the specials because of company policy but if you are interested I can e-mail them to you. Sorry for the inconvenience, but in order for the company to keep offering up these deals they have to remain closely held. Unlike...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just a small rant. Please ignore if you don't want to read something like this. Eat what you prep, prep what you eat. Rotation is critical. Really? This is just a personal opinion, and I'm not knocking those who say buy only what you eat, eat what you prep, and rotate your food as essentials...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've been reading and lurking around the forum for sometime now but am wanting to start prepping. In fact this weekend I'd like to stop buy the local Save-a-lot or Aldis to start stocking up on canned good items. I know there is a lot more to prepping than just canned good items and I hope to...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I came across this pantry hack to turn a magazine holder into an organizer for your canned goods. Seems like a pretty nifty idea. Sure could open up a lot of space in my current pantry set up.
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have set up my preps in a pretty common way based on stuff I have read. I have bunches of 5 gallon buckets with mylar and O2 packets all sealed up and then I have a bunch of stuff just on the shelf I use everyday, i.e. pasta, veggies in cans, etc. That everyday stuff I rotate when I buy new...
  9. Food and water
    the 1st thing a family/grp needs to do in food storage is to make a plan, how much can you spend on your food preps either all at once ,or in weekly or monthly buys.you need to find a place to store it ,out of sight in a cool dry place.and make sure your family/grp understands rule #1 in...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So I have figured out that my "pile it up" idea was just stupid. I am putting in shelfs in my basement, attached to the walls. But as I went along I got to thinking, earthquakes. Stuff shakes and move. So now I am thinking of cabinets. Building them myself of course. Have you priced them thing...
  11. Food and water
    I rarely purchase nor rotate my food storage as I go but rather purchase large quantities near the expiration dates. I give it to the homeless shelter every 2-3 years and start over........what do you do?
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    From WikiHow a lengthy write up on making a Rotating Canned Food Shelf. Much of this is common sense but there are a couple good tricks. Also, it is a wiki so add you own tips. :thumb:
  13. Urban Survival
    In a post by GRAYWOLF some canned foods went bad, KEV made reference to a shelf I made that auto-rotates canned foods, this is how to make your own, this is the basic idea, use what you have around, and build to suit your needs and space available. I used a piece of 1/4" peg board as the bottom...
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