What's wrong, you too good for spam?!I'd like to carry a small refrigerator in my pack, but for some reason it's too heavy and the cord doesn't want to stay plugged in as I move.:|
So I'm stuck with MRE entree's stripped down to there last packaging, MRE pound cakes the same, granola bars, Cliff bars, trail mix, beef jerky, a jar of Jiffy peanut butter, beef bouillon cubes for soup, a bottle of seasoning loaded heavy with salt, tea and coffee single packets, and sugar packets.
That won't last more than a week and change though if I was just eating off it, so may rig is designed around foraging for game, fish, long pork, and I'll be eating creepy crawlies and scavenging as I can.
Yeah, slightly lighter, but the empty peanut butter jar has uses besides for storing more things after it's empty in your BOB. Whether meat or bugs, tinder, water or rope/string. The polymer jars aren't that much weight and you can easily trade them out for a new one you bought from the store to keep the shelf life date more current in your BOB. I think if I bought those I'd probably not use them and buy new one's like I would a jar of peanut butter from the local supermarket instead of buying them online. At that price too I can get quite a few jars to keep around the house also.Peanut Butter & Co Natural Peanut Butter, Smooth Operator Squeeze Packs, 1.15-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 20): Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food This might be a slightly lighter idea for peanut butter. I haven't tried them yet but I know people who use them.