MREs/ storable food bulk pricing $1.75/meal

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That is 3 meals a day for 2 people for way less than the cost of one meal at McDonald’s! One pallet is over 6 months of food for one person. Or 3 months for 2 people. Or 3 meals for the price of a TV dinner.
 

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I guess folks are really preparing for the worst...

These are way cheaper than the brand that runs all those infomercials late night.
I keep several months of food on hand, have down so for decades. If COVID turned out to be a really deadly disease, they would have come ing handy.


As it was, back when we still thought COVID would kill us all, my long term storage meals prevented us from having to go to the store several times.
 

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I keep several months of food on hand, have down so for decades. If COVID turned out to be a really deadly disease, they would have come ing handy.


As it was, back when we still thought COVID would kill us all, my long term storage meals prevented us from having to go to the store several times.
I have about a month and a half of non-Perishable and canned goods along with water and some water purification pills handy with a bug-out bag and emergency rations bucket. May have to get in on some of these MRE’s though 🤷🏾‍♂️
 

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That is 3 meals a day for 2 people for way less than the cost of one meal at McDonald’s! One pallet is over 6 months of food for one person. Or 3 months for 2 people. Or 3 meals for the price of a TV dinner.
Lol definitely cheap. But not something I would not want to eat three times a day, better be a dire situation. Been there done that, get ready to be constipated lol.

Really good idea though to just keep on hand til your scared to eat it 25 years later.
 

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Lol definitely cheap. But not something I would not want to eat three times a day, better be a dire situation. Been there done that, get ready to be constipated lol.

Really good idea though to just keep on hand til your scared to eat it 25 years later.
Just like any food you want to rotate your stock. Repacing it over time with new, not save it till it goes bad!
 

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Just like any food you want to rotate your stock. Repacing it over time with new, not save it till it goes bad!
Yea, but I eaten some really really old MREs I am like 90% sure they don’t go bad. I remember when they had the milk shake forever then the big recall. Just not good for you overall IMO. But in a survival situation, anything will do, even expired MREs
 
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