OK, Time to get serious folks. Emergency food supply etc.

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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 1:17 am » by Johnwbooth


You cant run from death.

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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 4:14 pm » by Oxygen


johnwbooth wrote:You cant run from death.


Sure you can to an extent. But you are a flat moron to depend on a grocery store to feed your family when gas prices hit $5-6-8 a gallon. Then what? "Sorry little Suzy, you can't run from death" is that what you say to your daughter when she is starving? Stfu with your fkn stupid comments if your not going to contribute and help. :owned:

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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 4:28 pm » by Nyarelathodep


A good option if you can find one in your area is taking advantage of the warehouses of food staples maintained by the Mormons (LDS) whom sell their stores at very low prices as part of what they concieve to be their biblical obligations to their fellow man. As an example, you can purchase a 25lb bag of hard red winter wheat at around 7 dollars US....thats very cheap, and it will store indefinately under the right conditions (cool and dry). You can do alot with a 25lb bag of wheat. They also maintain stores of various varieties of dried beans, rice, evaporated milk, etc. Having a hand powered quality grain mill is essential as well.

This is the current listing of product and pricing:
http://providentliving.org/content/disp ... -1,00.html

Heres a listing of their facility locations:
http://www.providentliving.org/location ... -4,00.html

These prices are dirt cheap, and well worth looking into if you are serious about accruing a long term and sensible supply. Please note I am not a Mormon, not affiliated with this organization in anyway, nor were any Mormons harmed in the making of this post. I just like their wheat.
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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 4:33 pm » by Seemychess


this is our water purifier from berky. it is light and made for use when their is no electric power. http://www.preparedplanet.com/Go-Berkey ... ifier.html

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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 5:17 pm » by Frankenstein


Sadly, they do not ship overseas and our prices for preserved foods is about 100 times the price of that.

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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 5:48 pm » by Seemychess


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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 7:49 pm » by Oxygen


nyarelathodep wrote:A good option if you can find one in your area is taking advantage of the warehouses of food staples maintained by the Mormons (LDS) whom sell their stores at very low prices as part of what they concieve to be their biblical obligations to their fellow man. As an example, you can purchase a 25lb bag of hard red winter wheat at around 7 dollars US....thats very cheap, and it will store indefinately under the right conditions (cool and dry). You can do alot with a 25lb bag of wheat. They also maintain stores of various varieties of dried beans, rice, evaporated milk, etc. Having a hand powered quality grain mill is essential as well.

This is the current listing of product and pricing:
http://providentliving.org/content/disp ... -1,00.html

Heres a listing of their facility locations:
http://www.providentliving.org/location ... -4,00.html

These prices are dirt cheap, and well worth looking into if you are serious about accruing a long term and sensible supply. Please note I am not a Mormon, not affiliated with this organization in anyway, nor were any Mormons harmed in the making of this post. I just like their wheat.

Agreed, ty ty.
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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 7:52 pm » by Oxygen


seemychess wrote:this is our water purifier from berky. it is light and made for use when their is no electric power. http://www.preparedplanet.com/Go-Berkey ... ifier.html


That is the one i was going to get, how is it? Have you tried it?

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EDIT: nvm its smaller but none the less, how is it lol

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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 9:21 pm » by SamueltheLion


know any similar deal that ship to / in europe?
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PostThu Mar 17, 2011 9:25 pm » by Seemychess


oxygen no i have not tried it yet. just wait till the big day when we need it.


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