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  1. Food and water
    I noticed there is a tag for "where to buy wheat", so I'm putting this out there. Northwood Country Market is a wonderful little market run by a Mennonite family. Among many great things, like local cheeses, meats and produce, they sell lots of bulk grains and baking supplies, and they are a...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was in Costco and saw they had 45 lbs of hard white wheat sealed in 6 gallon buckets. It says on the bucket that it is sealed with less than 10% moisture. Company is Lehi Roller Mills. They are $19. It would be nice to buy them and not have to repackage. Does anyone know how these store long...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The below prices were taken from the organizations web pages 9 March 2011 LDS http://store.lds.org/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product3_10705_10551_21003_-1__195792 case of 6 #10 cans $28 ---------------------------------------- Emergency Essentials...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Do any of the forum's South Florida members know where one might buy wheat at a local store (from lake Okeechobee to Miami/Homestead). I know plenty of places online to buy it - so please, no need to provide links or suggestions for those. I'm looking to buy wheat locally, at a store (to avoid...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I stopped at one of the local Grain/Feed/Seed stores this morning and asked about wheat. He had this seasons Red Winter Wheat in 50# sacks @ $8 per sack. I bought two to start off with and will vacuum pack it in smaller parcels that will go into plastic buckets. It makes me feel a lot better...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello all, I was wondering if there are any people here on the forum from the Western North Carolina area (Nantahala, Bryson City, Asheville area) who know of any store where you can go in and buy sacks of wheat. I've been reading other posts from people saying they just go to their local feed...
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