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    Get your one-year supply of food right here:

    http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product...rodid=11487214

    Good for Mormons and Survivalists, I think Costco has targeted a new demographic.

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    Hollly shet! No way..

    "Tutto nello Stato, niente al di fuori dello Stato, nulla contro lo Stato "
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    All within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.

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    That supply could easily be supplemented with whatever you can forage doing a little plinking around with yer 22, 45, or 9mm. Mays be a little fuel and cooking materials would be a good thing too.

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    I'm not sure which one makes me more curious, the dessicated cauliflower or the dessicated taco.

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    That's a lot cheaper than the place I usually buy my hurricane food (MREs) from. Their 1-year supply of freeze-dried food costs twice as much.

    http://theepicenter.com/cgi/order.cg...id=%%cart_id%%

    I wonder which one tastes better?

    Chip H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiph View Post
    That's a lot cheaper than the place I usually buy my hurricane food (MREs) from. Their 1-year supply of freeze-dried food costs twice as much.

    http://theepicenter.com/cgi/order.cg...id=%%cart_id%%

    I wonder which one tastes better?

    Chip H.
    You can "go cheap" with products like Cup o' Noodles (as little s 50 cents per cup on sale), generic mac n' cheese, various canned meats, etc. Peanut butter is another good choice as it has high protein/fat content and also lasts for a long time, even if the container is opened and not refrigerated.

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    With the MREs I also get something I can toss in a bag and be out the door. All I need to supply is water.

    Chip H.

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