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Perfect Circle
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MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
Need advice on companies that provide a good product for the best price. Appreciate your input.


Dawgfanman
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
Food/Drink board?


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The Maj
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
Build your own


Eli Goldfinger
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Just buy your own stuff.

Rice
Oatmeal
Flour
Cornmeal
Honey
Beans
Salt
Canned foods
Water purification
Meat dehydrator
Learn to build frame for & how to dehydrate meat with smoke
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Meauxjeaux
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Member since Jun 2005
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I have 1000 cases of ramen chicken packs.

Oops I probably shouldn’t have said that online.


Nosevens
Member since Apr 2019
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Get a fishing pole , all the fresh food you want. Change of diet wanted? Try hunting and gardening as well


Nosevens
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Yeah but needs some gravy with that , bat soup gets old .


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icutmyownlawn
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Mountain House if you must buy prepared meals.


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FlexDawg
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cajunangelle
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
Water purifier and MRE's at the camp are very wise. I fear a power grid attack is inevitable .

Heck, with Biden we could be on the cusp of anything not good happening.

I am interested in seasoned preppers/hunters advice on a water purifier.


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fjlee90
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
Learn to cure meats.

Learn to grow veggies and fruit.

Learn to fish and crab.

Learn to hunt.

Learn to preserve.

Self reliance my man. Teach your kids. One day all this shite will come in handy.


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Gifman
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
Do they make canned crawfish for the end of the world?


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BobABooey
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
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I am interested in seasoned preppers/hunters advice on a water purifier

It depends on how much water you’re trying to purify but a Sawyer Squeeze (full sized one) and extra accessories like a CNOC bag should be fine for a family over the short term. Don’t waste your time with the drinking pens.


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TenWheelsForJesus
Member since Jan 2018
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
Mypatriotsupply.com seems to have the best prices with regular sales if you don't want to cook, prep, and seal food on your own. Delivery times can be a little long, but it's easier than trying to do everything yourself. Plus, it has a 25 year storage period and variety which is difficult to achieve on your own.

Being able to grow things on your own is nice, but that is not always possible in emergencies. Having a safe supply is always good.

MREs seem to be more expensive with fewer calories and have shorter shelf life than other survival food options.


tarzana
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TX Hwy 6, 74 miles SE of Kyle Field
Member since Sep 2015
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MREs, survalist food kits, etc.

That's just so much Coast-To-Coast AM, Art Bell, George Snoory conspiracy theory fare.

Take off that tin hat, sir. There are no black helicopters and Giant Triangles in America's future.


cajunangelle
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anybody use rain barrels?


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BurntOrangeMan
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I don’t think they made it in the boating accident.


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Langland
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re: MREs, survalist food kits, etc.
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I am interested in seasoned preppers/hunters advice on a water purifier.


https://youtu.be/03gI8ce5E2w?t=302


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EA6B
Navy Fan
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MREs seem to be more expensive with fewer calories and have shorter shelf life than other survival food options.


MREs are also designed for a soldier burning thousands of calories a day, they are a poor choice nutrition wise for the average person doing normal activities.


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Langland
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I have Mountain House meals. I used them in the past and I like them. They last 30 years. Costco (Baton Rouge) was selling them in boxes as Adventure Meal Kits for around 66% off what you would pay anywhere else. I bought 3 of the last 4 they had. Not sure if they will be getting anymore. To use them all you do is boil water and pour it in the food pouch and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Then it's time to eat.

Good things to have around is crackers, peanut butter and jelly. Good nutrition and calories.




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