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1-lb 7-oz Augason Farms Dehydrated Potato Shreds EXPIRED

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 1lb. 7oz. can Augason Farms Dehydrated Potato Shreds [amazon.com] for $8.14 or 3lb. Can Potato Gems Mashed Potatoes [amazon.com] for $14.88. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+

Walmart.com [walmart.com] also has 3lb. Can Potato Gems Mashed Potatoes for $14.88. Free store pickup at Walmart only where available, YMMV. OOS


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BigBrothyr asked this question on 02-02-2022 at 11:52 AM
02-02-2022 at 11:52 AM
Usually a box of dehydrated potatoes has a shelf life of only 1-2 years.

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They don't have a shelf life of 10-25 years though.
According to the directions, it takes 30 cups of water to rehydrate the full can. That's 15 lbs more weight once it's rehydrated.
To be fair, I can't find frozen potatoes in my grocers freezer section so maybe I'll be needing this sooner than later lol

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good price, good product?
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A 5 pound bag of real potatos cost less than 3 dollars

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According to the directions, it takes 30 cups of water to rehydrate the full can. That's 15 lbs more weight once it's rehydrated.
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3 lb mashed taters are a total of 880 calories for 15 bucks and 1.7lb tater shreds a total of 2200 calories for 8.14? That can't be right.
Edit: Never mind it shows below its actually 45 servings not 8.
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To be fair, I can't find frozen potatoes in my grocers freezer section so maybe I'll be needing this sooner than later lol
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A 5 pound bag of real potatos cost less than 3 dollars

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They don't have a shelf life of 10-25 years though.
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Decent price for long term storage food.
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FYI, potato shreds ships in 1-2 months.
Ordered anyway.
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A 5 pound bag of real potatos cost less than 3 dollars

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I think the point of these items is shelf life. They are normally marketed as a survival pantry item. The reviews show they are well liked for everyday use too though, if a bit pricier than your regular supermarket instant potatoes.
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Amazon has been having a lot of good deals lately on Augason Farms products.
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I'm in for 2 Shreds & 1 Mash potatoes.
Seems good to have on demand instead of buying a bunch of fresh/frozen potatoes that go bad (spudding or freezer burn) before I can use them all. I don't eat them often enough to keep fresh on hand. However, when I want them, I want them.
The plus+ is the long term storage option.
Thanks OP!
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