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Why not just store some away? Salt is cheap, easy to find, has an indefinate shelf life, etc. I have more salt stored away than I could use in a lifetime. It has a lot of other uses around the house besides food, and it might make good barter goods some day.

As for coffee, it doesn't store all that well long term unless you buy green coffee beans. Properly packed in mylar with O2 absorbers, they'll last for many years. You roast it as you need it. Roasting it is pretty easy to do.

Try a french press and you'll never go back to any other method of coffee making!
 
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