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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote CStackDrPH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 15 2013 at 7:40pm
*A simple, almost painless way to build your food storage is to just buy extra products every time you go to the store. Whenever you buy something, buy two. When something’s on sale, buy the limit. If there is no limit and you can afford it, stock up.

Great advice!  I buy canned black beans by the case at Costco and rotate through them.  Very versatile, no additional water needed, adds extra sodium to the diet etc. 

Don't forget spices!  Survival food can be very bland.  Ground red pepper, dried oregano, whatever.  
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Have a new freeze dry food manufacturer and I tasted some of their food...really good!

I am going to purchase some of their fruits and vegies and try some of their meat since I did not try the meat. I purchase by the case in #10 cans. I will only use if TSHTF. Most all of this lasts 25 years so it is a good investment. But if you have a family and want to use this stuff is great!
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