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Discussion in 'Survival/Preparedness Forum' started by Dalton Wayne, Sep 10, 2011.
I quit listening after what seemed like 10 minutes of propagandized pontificating. Just post the list for crying out loud.
I watched it it's a sales pitch, had I known that I wouldn't have posted it
Perhaps we can make our own list,
Clicked on the link expecting to see a list, GOT AN INFO-MERCIAL instead. Run away!
Didnt watch after comments, is someone going to put up the list. I know around here right before a hurrican hits the stuff you cant get are water, batteries, propane, and beer. Good thing I keep alot of that stuff around year around.
I hate those infomercials. If I click on a link and get one of those, I just close it....I don't care what they have to say.
You can always edit it and delete the ad if you want to.
How about this list: 100 Items to Disappear First
Also, top foods to keep for an emergency
Thanks for the links.
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Great links thanks
never gave any thought to canned gravy to flavor bland food stuff but it makes a ton sense
List like that are ghey.
Seriously you guys never seen a low grade SHTF event before.
Major Snowstorm, Ice Storm, hurricane is coming, and you show up at the supermarket, what is missing?
Milk and Eggs are for those who assume they will have power.
obviously bottled water, all canned goods, bread, and fresh meat will be the first items to go in shtf
#1 on the list, IIRC, should be strawberry poptarts. I prefer frosted brown sugar and cinnamon, though.
People seem to usually go after meat, milk and bread. It doesn't make sense but they do. Also canned food, pop tarts, possibly bottled water.
Yeah pushy BS advertizing !
The "French Toast" and Peanut Butter preppers. I think with the combo of bread, milk, eggs you can pretty much make anything as long as you have power. I also think it goes back to the "re-stocking" stuff in te house that has a limited shelf life. It you are stuck in the house for a few days it would suck to have stale bread, and 3 day old milk. I think those who get Peanut butter think if you have no power you can make a Peanut butter sandwich.
As a prepper for a possible "long term" event on the horizon I would grab Pop tarts if I seen them on the shelf. High Calorie food, with a 1 year shelf life, why not.
How long can hard boiled eggs store?
Not that people buying their eggs in a store are likely using the old-timey methods, but fresh eggs treated with sodium silicate have a pretty good shelf life.
Refrigerated eggs usually sit 3 months before hitting your grocery store. Just sayin'.
How about pickled eggs? They can last a long time w/o refrigeration.