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Posted: 7/4/2019 4:59:44 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/4/2019 9:33:35 PM EDT by blackduck769]
Augason Farms 5-20091 Deluxe Emergency 30-Day Food Supply (1 Person), 200 Servings, 36,600 Calories, Net Weight 20 lbs. 7 oz. ($52.04), I paid $72.22 a week ago on the same one on Amazon, just picked up a 2nd one.

Edit, picked up 3 more today....

Amazon Product
  • 200 Total Servings and 37, 080 Total Calories
  • 1, 236 Calories per day
  • 24 Pouches and 11 Total Varieties
Link Posted: 7/4/2019 5:25:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/4/2019 5:25:55 PM EDT by SpanishInquisition]
If you're working hard to stay survived, expect to throw another 200 calories per day into that. Canned meats would work fine.
Link Posted: 7/4/2019 5:52:45 PM EDT
I've been wanting to get something like this to keep stashed away. Thanks.
Link Posted: 7/4/2019 6:32:14 PM EDT
Pouches appear to be multiple servings. Anybody have experience with this being solo and subsequent storage?
Link Posted: 7/5/2019 10:11:19 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By stdsnb16:
Pouches appear to be multiple servings. Anybody have experience with this being solo and subsequent storage?
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Assuming you will eat an entire pouch in a reasonable amount of time once opened I would think that adding some gallon ziplock bags to store opened pouches in would be sufficient.
Link Posted: 7/7/2019 2:00:59 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Ras_Thavas:
Assuming you will eat an entire pouch in a reasonable amount of time once opened I would think that adding some gallon ziplock bags to store opened pouches in would be sufficient.
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Originally Posted By Ras_Thavas:
Originally Posted By stdsnb16:
Pouches appear to be multiple servings. Anybody have experience with this being solo and subsequent storage?
Assuming you will eat an entire pouch in a reasonable amount of time once opened I would think that adding some gallon ziplock bags to store opened pouches in would be sufficient.
I’ve been told that freeze dried food, if you reseal (twist off) n keep cool and dry (in shade) the pouches will last a day or two. Since they have nomoistjre for bacteria, it slows the rancidification or whatever.
Link Posted: 7/7/2019 1:52:03 PM EDT
It will last much longer than a day. A long time ago Costco used to sell #10 cans of Butler Creek freeze dried soups. I bought a couple of the cans and ate them over the course of a couple of months without any problem. The potato soup was great when you add a bunch of cooked sausage to it.
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