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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    There have been many discussions on this site around burying or storing ammo or food and even money. I've been working with burying techniques for years so I thought that I would make a short video that instructs on how to use PVC pipe and Argon or nitrogen gas. It's a technique used by the...
  2. Food and water
    There are dozens of sources for Dehydrated and Freeze Dried Food. And that doesn't even count all the private labeling. ASSUMING good packaging for long term storage, limited use of salt and no MSG and other flavor and texture enhancers, has anybody done a taste test comparing brands? I...
  3. Food and water
    Hello all, I'm sorry if this topic has been posted before - admittedly I did not dig through the threads much. :taped: I have a question regarding the storage of can goods. Today, I purchased several tins of smoked herring. I noticed when I got home that the tins were noticeably cold/cool to...
  4. 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...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This week I started on my new storage room in my basement. My house was built in 1865, so I was left with a 14' by 6' crawl space filled with about 1000 lbs of dirt:mad:. I decided to dig out enough dirt and make it level so that I could build a wood floor and frame some walls. With a 4 1/2 ft...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Doing either Wise Foods or E-foods direct tomorrow.....Leaning towards Wise... Both seem fine - but in any event I am doing a one year supply to truck out to the cabin. To me they are both fine - thoughts? BTW I have had the chili and dumplings that wise makes - that is freaking tasty....I...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Greetings, Has anyone tried wise foods?? thinking about adding this to my food storage, just wanted some feed back also any other ones that are good too. thanks Greg
  8. Food and water
    I ordered, and after a considerable delay, have received a Wise Freeze Dried Meat Bucket. As advertised, it stated that it contained 60 servings...and it does sort of. In the bucket there are 15 pouches of freeze dried "meats" and two 1 pound bags of pre-cooked rice. According to the Nutrition...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hi, Has anyone dealt with or used Wise Food Storage for stocking up on emergency food? I was informed by one of our 18D's who is a Morman and he told me that they were a good supplier that were affordable and had a long shelf life. Any thoughts?
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey guys hows it going. So basically I am a gun nut who is making the transition to prepper. The first thing on my list is food and water storage. I already have a wide variety of firearms and related gear, outdoor and cold weather clothing, and tools. I just do not know what brand is best. I...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So I recently discovered that overstock.com now, or always, has a emergency prepardness section. One of the things that caught my eye was an item called the Chef's Banquet ARK. Its basically a 1 month food supply averaging about 2,000 calories a day. According to the website. The cost is about...
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was looking at different emergency foods and found these WISE rations, seems like a good deal any opinions? Also anyone know of a good place to purchase MREs?
  13. 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...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just wanted to know if anyone has had experience with this company called wise food?, they sell buckets with survival food that is suppose to last 25 years in the package, it is dehydrated and freezed dried and they have an outdoor line that is suppose to last 7 years. Was at a meeting of the...
  15. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey, I'm new to this forum, and I'm planning on getting some great survival supplies. I'm currently looking at food and water products for my family, and after a bit of research, I have become interested in Wise foods. I just ordered a sample and want to know if anyone has ordered any yet. I...
  16. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Looking for some new ideas, My situtation : In my line of work I am required me to move quite abit. From city to city and state to state. Generally I only stay in one area for longer than 3 -6 months. I have tried moving supplies, but that is just not realistic. I currently carry personal...
  17. Food and water
    I'm pretty new to the forum so if I'm asking an old question forgive me. I see a lot of people buying MREs, Gardening, and stockpiling groceries, but I don't see much discussion about home storage. So, how are you storing the food you grow? Each way I know of has it's own pluses and minuses...
  18. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Last weekend when out on the back pourch I got thinking as I watched the squirrels running around. Why not set them up so they come to the same spot every time ? I can sit in my chair and pop them with the .22 then put them in the freezer. I moved a bird feeder to a different tree and...
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I spend considerable time and $$$ getting gear and ammo but was really short on food stocks..... I decieded to turn up the volume on food purchases. I am a bachlor who rarely cooks at home unless I have friends over so I am buying long shelf life foods. Every week I spend $30-40 and am biulding...
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