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    does it include a years supply of beer?
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    I like my pressure cooker and using Mason jars but the food takes up room. It tastes better and stores much longer than 25 years. I opened a jar of pickles and a jar of applesauce we found in my gpas basement when he died last year and they were both fine to eat from the 70's. He had alot of food canned in his basement and it all seemed fine after 40+ years. I've heard of people finding older food than that and it was fine too.
    Canning is the way to go for me.

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    I need to learn how to make beer tho. That would make a shtf scenario much more bearable haha. I have a couple of friends that make their own beer and they say it's super easy to do.
    Any kind of alcohol would be nice now and then if there was nothing else!
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    Bah !... that's nothing...

    Guy that hangs out in front of the 7-eleven said he has one for 5,999.

    He said he would have to go get it and he needs half the money up front.

    :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnybravo300 View Post
    I need to learn how to make beer tho.
    There's a Beer Recipe forum here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnybravo300 View Post
    I need to learn how to make beer tho. That would make a shtf scenario much more bearable haha. I have a couple of friends that make their own beer and they say it's super easy to do.
    Any kind of alcohol would be nice now and then if there was nothing else!
    Or Brandy Click image for larger version. 

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    DIY fruit pres + water + fruit + yeast + sugar + time and you can make anything you like Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepseekerADS View Post
    There's a Beer Recipe forum here:

    Homebrew Forum
    I just learned by your post there was a homebrew forum......I thought I explored this whole site.....its not hunted out yet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    I actually sampled an MRE from WW2 about 10 years ago. Some of it had given up but most of it was like the day it made made! HORRIBLE but not spoiled. I got a pack of Lucky strikes in the bag as well. They were still as nasty as the day they were made as well.
    I think the ones from WWII were called K-rations, then C-rats and MRE are the newer ones.

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    Awesome I will check out that beer forum, thank you. I didn't know about it either and it's something I want to learn to do. Seems like a fun side project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.C. View Post
    I think the ones from WWII were called K-rations, then C-rats and MRE are the newer ones.
    You beat me to it. Went to basic Training at Fort Dix, NJ in 1982. Our first time out at a range they served up c-rats in an immersion heater. I got scrambled eggs and ham, green eggs to be exact but they were edible. Turned the can over and it was made in 1961, 21 years old. The John Wayne bar made it worth
    it though. Later on I learned to make a Tanker Cookie, they were mighty tasty. Take the Sugar packet and empty it into the Creamer packet for your coffee, Bend down top on the Creamer and run your bic lighter along the edges of the Creamer pack for about five minutes. The sugar melts into the creamer, tasted just like a "Short Cake" cookie..... Later the MRE's came out, my favorite was the dehydrated strawberries, just ate them unhydrated like a candy bar... yummm.
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