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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The basement pantry/ supply area is finally starting to really fill up (Thank goodness!) and I definitely see a storage space issue in the near future. Now, I do have a perfectly fine attic above my garage. I would love to store 10 or more sealed 5 gallon buckets of dried rice (and maybe other...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I am very fond of simplistic cooking. In that vein, I enjoy Success 10 minute rice in boil-in-bags. Ingredient is "enriched precooked parboiled long grain white rice". I've learned from the boards parboiled rice is a good thing. So my question to the experts here is: Can I store these...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Recently I have had an number of people ask for help nitrogen flush packaging grain, beans, etc. in 5 gal pails. So, here is my offer: If you would like to learn how I'll be happy to help. It is not difficult, and the only equipment that you'll need that you may not have is a nitrogen...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Got my buckets (2# food quality) all together and waiting for mylar bags and oz absorbers. Is there any rule of thumb for calculating how much to store per person for a year? Pasta: Anyone storing pasta noodles if so is there any special preparations?
  5. Urban Survival
    Just started my long term food supply this weekend. I bought 100lbs of rice at winco. On sale for 7 bucks for 20 lb bags....So for under forty bucks I got 100 lbs. Ive been collecting pickle buckets from burger king, and as soon as my oxygen absorbers get here they are getting put away. You...
  6. Urban Survival
    Ok, I just received my oxygen absorbers yesterday. I have my white containers for long term storage. What kind of rice should I get for survival? I was thinking of getting instant rice because it would take less fuel to cook it. However I haven't seen any instant rice sold in bulk. What is...
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