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Is granulated, or powdered coffee, the best to store long term?

This is a discussion on Is granulated, or powdered coffee, the best to store long term? within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by inceptor Yeah, we talked about that. I just have so much on my plate right now. Eventually I may try it but ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by inceptor View Post
    Yeah, we talked about that. I just have so much on my plate right now. Eventually I may try it but with both of us working full time, well lets just say there are not enough hours in the day.
    My friend @inceptor I feel ya. I come home tired and worn out, and have zero energy to do the stuff im supposed to do, much less what I want to do.
    Used to work 80 hours a week, now, with 40 I feel like a robot.
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    I have posted often concerning coffee. It is my beverage of choice . I will miss it. Research has proven there is no way I can grow it here. The almost coffee options are not worth it.
    I will stock pile some and meter it saving up last pot for the end. Freeze dried Instant stored well in MRE's maybe for ever but it tasted bad. I will also miss the chocolate covered roasted coffee beans I enjoy once a year. Wife use to mail them to me when deployed. Having a great cup right now brewed in a Bunn coffee maker and served in my Harley ceramic coffee cup. Life is good.
    Keep it Dry, keep it sealed it will store a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    My friend @inceptor I feel ya. I come home tired and worn out, and have zero energy to do the stuff im supposed to do, much less what I want to do.
    Used to work 80 hours a week, now, with 40 I feel like a robot.
    I still work more than 40 but much less than the 60+ I used to. I'm enjoying being a peon. Not nearly the hassle. But, being mid 60's now, I just don't have the energy I used to. Being a desk jockey doesn't help with the stamina either.

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    My bad if this is a dumb question to some , but were is the best place to get mylar bags? I'M a new prepper so for food I have it's all canned but i want to learn other methods of course to then the obvious
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Chris View Post
    My bad if this is a dumb question to some , but were is the best place to get mylar bags? I'M a new prepper so for food I have it's all canned but i want to learn other methods of course to then the obvious
    Amazon is a good starting point Crazy Chris!

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    I was thinking of storing already roasted beans in maylar bags, think it could work?

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    It should, the roasting probably removes most of the moisture. @BlackDog , what say yee?
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