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Food Cache

This is a discussion on Food Cache within the Survival Food Procurement forums, part of the Off-Grid Lifestyle category; Alittle off topic, but a LP gas grill with side burner & spare 20lb bottle will get you a long way. Anything needing boiled or ...

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    Alittle off topic, but a LP gas grill with side burner & spare 20lb bottle will get you a long way. Anything needing boiled or fried in a pan can be done on that side burner.

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    Once you have basic stores put away think of things that are morale boosters. Good variety of food reduces stress. For this reason I have alot of canned fruit put up. Learn the basics of working with flour & you can make a pie out of about any canned fruit. And for kids, making any type of cookies helps them.

    When planning & prepping, think of the whole meal. Pasta with sauce is a dish, not a meal. Some homemade bread or pan bread with garlic salt & butter added makes it more of a meal.

    Also think of drinks. If nothing else, get koolade mixes for the kids. Coffee & tea for most adults.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Purkeypilot View Post
    Hey guys! Just wondering if any of you store food like rice and beans. I am wanting to get some 5 gallon food grade buckets and gamma lids from CTD and store rice, beans and other stuff. Just wanting to get some tips and advice on the best way to do this. Thanks in advance!
    Here is one method by LDS folks that works well....

    Storing Beans and Rice in Mylar Bags and Five Gallon Buckets - American Preppers Network

    Although, personally, I will not buy anything from CTD again,
    after last week's back-peddling, there are plenty of places
    to get the supplies you want.
    Last edited by ozo; 12-23-2012 at 09:48 AM.

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    We also use a Pump-N-Seal.......mainly for jars.

    Pump and Seal food saver vacuum sealer is better than Tilia FoodSaver
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