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Resources For Emergency Food And Supplies?

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    What are your favorite resources for emergency food and supplies?

    Do you make all your own food preps or do you buy some? If you buy some, have you tasted them? Any favorites?

    Do you use specific companies for finding tools and supplies or have you collected them slowly over time from many different sources?
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    Emergency food and supplies- pantry stocked, never enough, freezer full. Went and shopped yesterday, case sale (lots of peanut butter, and soup).
    Food preps- buy and make, trying to eat out only on weekends (after kids sports). Dinners are usually home cooked, and individual sizes are frozen.
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    Don't have a thing here. Hope to start sometime in the future.
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    I can tell you that Honeyville Farms freeze-dried garden peas are great. As a matter of fact, it's not easy to keep it on the shelf for SHTF times because they are great to eat by the handful.

    We have a lot of canned food that we rotate as best as we can. We order from boxed.com.
    No, the canned food won't last twenty-five years, but it comes with water so it doesn't need rehydrating.
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    Never saw Boxed before. Thanks Denton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    Never saw Boxed before. Thanks Denton.
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    I have bought from Perma Pak and Walton Foods. The only drawback to Perma Pak is that they come to your home and let you sample the product. Perma Pak is based on 2500 calories a day per person. I personally bought a years supply for 4 people. Then got my bulk from Walton
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    I get the majority of my preps from the internet Borg, Amazon.
    What can I say, prepping in my PJ's
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    Internet. Some thing prepackaged for 20 years and some I buy and package myself.
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    https://providentliving.lds.org/food...s-map?lang=eng
    Here mostly, I do a lot of canning of meats and soups. I also keep a lot of Frank's and BBQ sauce on hand as well as spices. The LDS folks will ship food reasonably, but I am lucky enough to have one within driving distance.
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