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Survival-Foods Ideas and were to get them

Post by Benarkin-Rebel » Sun Feb 18, 2018 1:14 pm

Here is a handy food chart giving an idea of shelf life:
em food chart.jpg
also a link to survival foods here in Australia, https://www.everlastingfoods.com.au/contact-us.html
Though Oz Farmer https://www.ozfarmer.com/emergency-supplies/ had a good choice, unfortunately they have sold out of their top seller (I like the 3-Month supply) its great value, but they say it wont be back in stock for another 3-Months, (which seams quite long) however the 4 month supply for I -or 1moth for 4 adults, "by everlasting foods", is a very good buy, even though its only two meals a day, and they have them in stock Now. other sites in Australia seem way to expensive, so using the chart above you can get yourself some ice-cream buckets from any ice-cream shop, for a few dollars and they seal absolutely air tight. and pack them with freeze dried and dehydrated foods for long storage: White rice lasts longer than brown rice,
I have another chart to put up will do that in the next post:
in the mean time for those who know good outlets for survival foods (not Chinese's) at reasonable prices, perhaps they would like to share them,
or ideas on long term storage:
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Re: Survival-Foods Ideas and were to get them

Post by Keith » Wed Feb 21, 2018 12:18 pm

We stock dry foods & canned foods for survival, & we use them & rotate them. Canned foods are too heavy to carry on the trail, but dry foods are light in comparison. We also dry some of our own foods. I see no point in purchasing expensive survival foods when dry foods are available at the local supermarket.
Keith.


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