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  1. Food and water
    The title says it all: Criteria; Looks like orange juice (pulp would be nice too). Tastes like orange juice packaged for long term storage, powder vs. liquid-ready to drink retort or refrigerated? your leg work, research and taste buds are appreciated!
  2. Food and water
    A person can spend all day in the garage mylar-bagging flour and still not get it right. You start off with these nice stackable 25 lb sacks ($7.98 each)... 1. rip em open, try to dump them into the 6 gallon mylar, spill all over. 2.) try putting the mylar bags into 5 gallon buckets first...
  3. Food and water
    So in my long term food storage journey I've read about Wise company that didn't fare well with oxygen testing in their "20 year" shelf life food. I know that Mountain House is rated as one of the best and that the Mountain House brand is owned by Oregon Freeze Dried. My question is what labels...
  4. Food and water
    I was at a rummage sale yesterday, and saw a box with eight #10 cans marked for free. When I looked at them, I found that they were cans of long term storage food. Three were listed as soups, and three were dehydrated eggs. The dates on the cans were from 1999, so my guess is these were...
  5. Food and water
    I don't know wether to post this here or in the religious section, so mods, please move it to wherever you see fit. I've recently gotten into the idea of prepping, and I would like to start soon. I read somewhere on this site that the priorities should be water, food, shelter, so I bought around...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I am somewhat new to prepping. we have increased our stock of canned goods considerably and stored water and a filter but i would like to lay in a stock of Lts food as well. i have been looking at this package...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I checked the mylar stickie and did not see an answer to this question. I only have one dehydrator and want to fill bags with dried foods. How do I store what I have dried untill I have every thing ready to be bagged and sealed? Are different foods handled in different ways? I think for some...
  8. Food and water
    I really liked the wise food storage products. However, after running calorie calculations, a single man consuming 2400 calories a day, would require $7000 worth of their product for a one year supply if you did not supplement at all. OUCH! They claim their freezedried/dyhydrated sealed...
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