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Do you have survival coffee included in your survival food supplies?

This is a discussion on Do you have survival coffee included in your survival food supplies? within the Food, Health and Fitness Survival forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Thanks Robie, will check it out....

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    Thanks Robie, will check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tango View Post
    That was my thinking too.
    Hoping something useable is out there.
    Actually, . . . gave it enough thought, . . . decided that whatever coffee is in the house when whatever it is goes down, . . . it will have to suffice.

    First off, . . . it required fuel to make it, . . . and more fuel to keep it warm, . . . OR, . . . you rely on a thermos jug that may or may not have been properly cleansed after it's last outing.

    Secondly, . . . I enjoy sweetened (just enough to take the edge off the bitterness of it) coffee, . . . which will get into my sweetener stores.

    Third, . . . it can attract those who either didn't have any stored, . . . to "hang out", . . . something which I would prefer not happen.

    Just my thoughts, . . . probably against the main stream, . . .

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    I just want the option of having some.
    In shtf, any coffee will be good!
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    Hi guys! Long time no "see". I like Walmart Great Value decaf and Classic Roast for the price point. We do half reg and half decaf here, like paraquack. I have a french press for when the power goes out. Makes good coffee.

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    Interesting. I drink coffee, I enjoy coffee, I store coffee among my preps. That said it is far from an "essential". No one is going to die without their coffee. If the SHTF for real then there will be far larger things to be concerned about.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jchavasu View Post
    Interesting. I drink coffee, I enjoy coffee, I store coffee among my preps. That said it is far from an "essential". No one is going to die without their coffee. If the SHTF for real then there will be far larger things to be concerned about.


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    as I understand it, coffe in the US is kind of undrinkeble. Have heard it from kind of everyone that tried it. Way to weak.

    Here is a american that has tried swedish coffe


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    Quote Originally Posted by Swedishsocialist View Post
    as I understand it, coffe in the US is kind of undrinkeble. Have heard it from kind of everyone that tried it. Way to weak.

    Here is a american that has tried swedish coffe

    How do I explain this? Oh, here it is; we don't really care.

    We are talking about having a stimulant on hand when alertness and extra energy is needed and not who you think has better coffee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swedishsocialist View Post
    as I understand it, coffe in the US is kind of undrinkeble. Have heard it from kind of everyone that tried it. Way to weak.

    Here is a american that has tried swedish coffe

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    oh I just like to rub it in, smugness is part of beeing swedish
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