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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I just took an inventory of the food and water I have on hand right now. This does not include food in my everyday pantry, or the long term freeze dried foods I order last week. Here it is: Canned soup - 20 cans (individual size) Canned Chef Boyardee - 12 cans Canned Beans (assorted varieties...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello, First post, but a long-time reader of the forums. I received my Starter Kit from the LDS Online Store yesterday. One of the cans was severely dented and two had minor dents. I am not concerned with the minor dents, but I have little confidence in long-term storage of the severely dented...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Because of the horrible dought this year and Hurricane Irene, those areas that grow our pumpkins each year have had whole fields that are not able to be harvested or the pumpkins are ruined. Because of this, if you like Pumpkin Pies (and really... who doesn't?) you may want to start stocking up...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Looking for solutions on what to deal with the rust. It's mostly spots with only a few cans having a light layer of rust along the lids. Been looking at options online. WD-40? A grease? Sierra Dave
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    SPAM gets a lot of praise as a great survival prep food, and deservedly so. We bought some canned salmon yesterday that had a "best by" date of Sep 2016 on it. I didn't realize it would keep that long! I like salmon almost as good as SPAM myself. But for those that don't like SPAM, salmon may...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in the Country, I hope to Bug In. I have months worth of mostly store purchased canned goods. Some Mountain house freeze dried, etc. I have many number 10 cans full of potatoes, etc, many medium size cans,etc. I have stayed away from single serving cans until recently. My thought was...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was looking at stocking up on food. The problem is, I'm hesitant to just buy stuff and store. I would prefer to buy stuff that I can throw in my normal rotation of food. However, I buy just normal cans of vegetables, beans, fruit, etc... If I buy the large cans from Sam's, it would be...
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