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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is something that was only talked about, but here it is in real life. News reports something like 48% of states are battling an out of control pandemic. The United States set a new record of 77,000 new cases in 24 hours. Fascist Antifa (they are the thing they claim to fight against)...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Brain storming session, what would you consider important preps between now and leading up to the November 2020 elections? For the sake of discussion, let's throw a resurgence of covid-19 into the mix. I plan on hitting the public hunting lands this fall, maybe doing some camping / hunting...
  3. Food and water
    I couldn't believe it. My favorite was the 25 pounds, assorted types including rice for $150. I have just taken it for granted because my Walmart has been OK but WTF?
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Pick five canned foods for a rotation system. Several years ago I phased out a lot of my canned foods. This was due to various reasons, one of which my children being grown and moving out on their own. With the Coronavirus plague I realized phasing out my canned foods stockpile is was a...
  5. Food and water
    Just wanted to drop in and ask a quick question. I'm planning on buying a large quantity of this stuff.....i've got to run the numbers on our usage level, but i'd like to buy 10 years worth of supply, and if I have more room, going for longer. I know this stuff is supposed to last "forever"...
  6. Food and water
    Hey, I’ve been thinking about food storage in a shtf scenario . Not so much the amount of food needed,. Though that is Always a big concern. How to protect it. If food shortages happen, people will do anything to eat. What is the best way to hide food? In your home? Storage unit? I understand...
  7. 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...
  8. Food and water
    Ok guys and gals, let's talk about the serious of long term food storage with mylar bags. Why is it serious? Because storing food in mylar bags is something just about anyone can do. It allows families to stockpile dried food products in bulk. I like to use ziplock bags with a flat...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey guys, I got to thinking (I know, thinking is dangerous ). What things are so inexpensive that any self respecting prepper would be ashamed not to stock up on? And not just ant things, but really very versatile stuff that can be used for many many uses. I'm thinking kosher salt ( a...
  10. 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.
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I only have X amount of time and money. In the big picture, I feel those resources would be better served by working on renewable food sources than buying canned foods. 25 years ago up until recently my main food prep was canned and dried foods. A can rotation system was put in, but was...
  12. 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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