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4-lb Augason Farms 72-Hour 1-Person Emergency Food Supply Kit EXPIRED

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  • Includes:
    • ‎Maple Brown Sugar Oatmeal
    • Banana Chips
    • Creamy Chicken Rice
    • Creamy Potato Soup
    • Hearty Vegetable Chicken Soup
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  • 2, 667 calories per day & 8, 000 total calories
  • 5 meal varieties
  • Easy to Prepare. Just add water
  • Up to a 25 year shelf life

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Oatmeal and a couple versions of tried soup? Seems pricey??
I see you don't understand any of the core assumptions about when this food is meant to be used for
Can't I just buy a cylinder of quakers oatmeal and vacuum seal it? It would suck, but that would likely last me longer than 3 days.

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Oatmeal and a couple versions of tried soup? Seems pricey??
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Can't I just buy a cylinder of quakers oatmeal and vacuum seal it? It would suck, but that would likely last me longer than 3 days.
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Can't I just buy a cylinder of quakers oatmeal and vacuum seal it? It would suck, but that would likely last me longer than 3 days.
beans and brown rice will keep you alive for pretty much forever
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Can't I just buy a cylinder of quakers oatmeal and vacuum seal it? It would suck, but that would likely last me longer than 3 days.
They are packaging the food without oxygen (using nitrogen and/or absorber packets) so that nothing organic can possibly reproduce and no oxidation can occur. Yes a good vacuum seal will get most foods to last a long time but not the 20+ years you get when you properly remove ALL the oxygen. Normal dry goods properly stored will last 3-5 years, if you plan to use the food before that then yeah this kind of emergency kit is overpriced.
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Better have water for that crap ton of sodium
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In the apocalypse, my strategy is not to tap into my supply of kits like these that I've maintained over the years.

No, my strategy is to hunt down the preppers and take their stuff.
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beans and brown rice will keep you alive for pretty much forever
Brown rice is bad for prepping. It has an oily outer layer that spoils. White rice is the way to go for emergency stock.
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Just buy a goddamn chest freezer
I see you don't understand any of the core assumptions about when this food is meant to be used for
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i would eat anything else but not oatmeal! i wish they had more meat meals.
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In the apocalypse, my strategy is not to tap into my supply of kits like these that I've maintained over the years.

No, my strategy is to hunt down the preppers and take their stuff.
Hunt down and eat the Elite so it won't happen again for a long time.
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Better have water for that crap ton of sodium
Not really, even if you eat one of everything every day, you're still falling under the daily recommended.
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