Godlike Productions - Conspiracy Forum
Users Online Now: 2,329 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 2,245,007
Pageviews Today: 2,998,253Threads Today: 566Posts Today: 12,113
09:01 PM


Rate this Thread

Absolute BS Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing
 

How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis

 
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1551484
United States
10/04/2011 12:46 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
those estimates are off.
Most of those foods last way longer.
 Quoting: wisdomknight


Yep....I recently ate a 20yr old can of spam....it was still fine.....the flavor was muted and the texture softened but fully edible.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1404507


RTG?
Brie217 (OP)

User ID: 1462880
United States
10/04/2011 12:50 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
We have live chickens, no refrigeration necessary, self perpetuating with the 2 roosters help.
Yum! Fresh Eggs and if we decide to thin the herd, lots of chicken dinners!

Did you know your store bought eggs have been tinkered with? They even homogonize then at very low temps. Many people have no idea what a fresh untouched egg tastes like.
----

On another semi-off topic note:(sorry OP)
I ate fresh pork once that was no blood drained completely and it was heaven!Often called "Green Pork" and is not allowed to be sold to the public in many states and supermarkets. Almost all pork has been treated in one way or another.

I am sure the fresh killed pork I ate clearly showed me that our foods are being toyed with to keep us sedate and mellow.
Who in their right mind would consume a animal body that was not completely drained of all it's blood.
ALL I can say is..I t tasted wild and wonderful and I felt full of life and a bit wild for a time myself.

Who ever came up with the blood draining thing anyway?
I mean serious chefs know that blood pudding is almost all blood anyway. SO why drain it from the animals we consume?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 945949


I plan on starting my own little farm next year with pigs but I can't say that I will leave the blood in..to much for me:)
Evanight

User ID: 1178513
United States
10/04/2011 12:55 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I use a manual pump, like this
[link to www.pump-n-seal.com]

No power needed, it only takes a few pumps and it creates a great seal.
A typical vice of American politics is the avoidance of saying anything real on real issues.


Theodore Roosevelt
Brie217 (OP)

User ID: 1462880
United States
10/04/2011 12:58 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I use a manual pump, like this
[link to www.pump-n-seal.com]

No power needed, it only takes a few pumps and it creates a great seal.
 Quoting: Evanight


Very cool..bookmarked!
smilimg grandma

User ID: 1528924
United States
10/04/2011 01:14 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I use a manual pump, like this
[link to www.pump-n-seal.com]

No power needed, it only takes a few pumps and it creates a great seal.
 Quoting: Evanight




Thanks! I'm ordering 1 today!

5a
pool
Netizen Ribbonmind

User ID: 1483431
United States
10/04/2011 01:44 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Close all the fast food chains and the nation will rebound.
"The earth is mother of us all, for she is just; but you, because you are unjust have pretended that she is your mother alone; and if you do not stop, I will not permit you to remain upon her."

[link to www.livius.org]
DT2

User ID: 1587650
United States
10/04/2011 02:26 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Yes, very important info for these crazy times. We bought some storable food from EFoods Direct and we're very happy with it. They also sell whole wheat berries if you buy one of their larger packs, which have a very long shelf life and you grind as you need flour. Flour cannot be stored for long as others have pointed out.

Water could be more of an issue than food, so I highly recommend that everyone do some research re: water storage as well. Water storage is tricky as it has a fairly short shelf-life so you have to rotate your stock out every three to six months depending on storage conditions, and bleach only lasts for six months before it starts to lose potency (used for purification). Pool shock is great to keep on-hand for water purification as it's cheap and has a 10-year shelf life. Get straight shock (calcium hypo/hydrochloride, I think it is), nothing w/any algaecides/fungicides in it. If anyone's interested in specifics let me know.

Look in to getting a high-quality, high-volume water filter, both stationary and portable models in case SHTF and you have to bug out. Something that can filter pond/creek water to be safe. Also get the little bottles of water purification tablets to keep along w/your portable water filter in your BOB.
“A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.” --President George Washington
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 2230535
United States
10/04/2011 02:45 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
and you do also have plenty of bullets for your gun right? because if the food gets low enough you are going to have to defend it.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1545724
United States
10/04/2011 03:00 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Here is a place to buy dried store able food

[link to propheticseer.myefoods.com]

Lasts 25 years
tinygreen

User ID: 427545
United States
10/04/2011 03:06 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
thank you, brie. this is going to add to my knowledge base.

and yeah, i can defend my stuff.twirlgun
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

(sapp vs tallahassee)
Sc0rp10n

User ID: 2574050
United Kingdom
10/04/2011 03:07 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Since we live in strange times, I thought it would be good if would show you this amazing collection of books for preparedness that I have just discovered.

Collection of 297 eBooks how to prepare and survive in the case of a disaster.

[link to new-age-energy.page.tl]
 Quoting: LexLuthor


i hope book one is "how to create your own power source for running your ebook reader.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2033927


Mini solar pannels dasbier
 Quoting: LexLuthor


Ermm hate to burst your bubble but EMP???
"The growth of knowledge depends entirely on disagreement" Karl R. Popper
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 2579993
United States
10/04/2011 03:18 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
To store rice & beans to last over 20 years, mylar bag them w/ oxygen absorbers.

Search words on Ebay: Mylar storage & oxygen absorbers. There are several good sellers.
 Quoting: Jane Smith


A little dry ice in a sealed container also removes the oxygen.
Jane SmithModerator
Forum Moderator

User ID: 1215902
United States
10/04/2011 03:22 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
When I was in Russia I ate honey that was over 30 years old with no problems but honey is rather expensive.
Also buy canned foods that do not need to be cooked to save fuel and also not to send out signals that you have food to the many starving zombies outside...
 Quoting: Quasar


I keep honeybee hives. not difficult or labor intensive at all & placed under vulnerable windows, they make great little security guards.
 Quoting: Jane Smith


Honeybee hives, that is most impressive Jane Smith I looked into honey bees as this is something I would try if I was forced out into the wilderness.
Honey bees, swords, karate Jane Smith you are an excellent catch...
 Quoting: Quasar


eyebat
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

Killer Bunny mockingjay
Alert

User ID: 1715911
Iceland
10/04/2011 03:22 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
truth is simpler, ask and you shall receive.

Thread: Obama seeks debt collector proposal (Page 3)

legalize what has been wrongfully slandered in order to enslave the people.
Jane SmithModerator
Forum Moderator

User ID: 1215902
United States
10/04/2011 03:26 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
While I am in favor of being wise for any manufactured food crisis, and any that happen are or will be manufactured, this article places far too much emphasis on the availability of un-interrupted supply of electricity for the storage purpose.

This is a dangerous path to follow as my personal belief is that if or when food crisis starts it could be part of a chain reaction which would also lead to the loss of electrical power.

cool dry and dark suggests a basement or storm cellar. This, though a proper suggestion, does not cover it all for enough people.

Unfortunately this article also failed to mention that anything which has undergone any type of processing is also designed to have a very short storage time frame. All that means is that you are not able to "store" food you purchase in the average grocery store.

There is no clean/cut and dry method of preparing.

Here is my best suggestion for any who are thinking of storing food.

Store it cooked or store things which do not require cooking. Reason why is simply that if you cook it you advertise you have it. If you stir up a food smell in a food shortage it is like placing a neon sign on your house that says you are the target for their hunger. The smell of cooking food can travel much further than one may think and if you attract people to the smell of cooking food you can almost imagine that they will hunt you down and kill you for your food if necessary, that is if they don't simply rob you and leave you with nothing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1342596


I do have a freezer of meant but I also have 1,000 pounds of rock salt stored in seperate 5 gallon buckets. My contingency plan is that if the electricity goes, I will immediately cook all the meat to well done & salt pack.

I have another 100 lbs of sea salt for eating use. Also, the honey I mentioned earlier can be used to preserve dreid fruits. It is also very effective for burn treatment. A strong hive can produce 200 lbs of honey annually.
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

Killer Bunny mockingjay
DT2

User ID: 1587650
United States
10/04/2011 03:37 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I do have a freezer of meant but I also have 1,000 pounds of rock salt stored in seperate 5 gallon buckets. My contingency plan is that if the electricity goes, I will immediately cook all the meat to well done & salt pack.

I have another 100 lbs of sea salt for eating use. Also, the honey I mentioned earlier can be used to preserve dreid fruits. It is also very effective for burn treatment. A strong hive can produce 200 lbs of honey annually.
 Quoting: Jane Smith


Hey, Jane, can you store raw meat using rock salt as a preservative, too, or must you cook it first? For some reason I thought I read that you can store raw meat w/rock salt.
“A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.” --President George Washington
Juliebean

User ID: 2600826
United States
10/04/2011 03:51 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
For dry foods (flour, beans, rice, oats, etc) i buy 5mil food grade mylar bags and oxygen asorbers (from impak/sorbent systems if i am allowed to say that). After filling 25 8x8 bags (an amout to match a 50 pack of oxygen asorbers) i will put little pieces of dry ice in the bags and let them disentegrate. The oxygen in the bags gets replaced by the carbon dioxide and then i drop a couple of oxygen asorbers in and seal the bag.

I also have 10x16 bags which need 3 oxygen asorbers. I don't know the rating off hand.

If you leave very much dry ice in the packages, please note the sealed bag will inflate and pop, probably making a huge mess. More than once, i have had to poke a hole in the corner of the bag, push the carbon dioxide out and reseal the bag. I got the idea for this from the TEOTWAWKI book. For those that dont know it means: The End Of The World As We know It. Its a good read. It makes you think.

Once you open the sealed bag of oxygen asorbers you need to work very quickly and not take a break unless you have a way to seal them back up perfectly airtight. I use the seal function on my vacuum sealer to seal the mylar bags, but i am concerned i will break it at some point. An iron will also work.

Disclaimer to the uninformed: Work with the dry ice in a well ventilated area or you will be breathing too much carbon dioxide (keep your pets away) and dont touch the dry ice or you could hurt yourself.
blastem

User ID: 1552025
United States
10/04/2011 04:03 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Wal mart has dry foods in the camping dept, dinner for about 6.00$ just add hot water, try the dried
Ice cream its great,and it all will last for years!
WOMAN WHO RUNS W/ WOLVES

User ID: 2570868
United States
10/04/2011 04:12 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I think a lot of these thing will last a lot longer if you buy bulk dehydrated stuff and package it correctly. I would say up to 2-5 years. Freeze dried although expensive will last even longer. I read somewhere that the U.S. Gov. just bought a lot of food from Mountain House freeze dried foods.

ARE FEDS. STOCKPILING SURVIVAL FOODS?
[link to www.wnd.com]

Mountain House Confirms Food Shortage

[link to www.thedailysheeple.com]
The process has begun
Quasar

User ID: 1313791
United States
10/04/2011 04:15 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I do have a freezer of meant but I also have 1,000 pounds of rock salt stored in seperate 5 gallon buckets. My contingency plan is that if the electricity goes, I will immediately cook all the meat to well done & salt pack.

I have another 100 lbs of sea salt for eating use. Also, the honey I mentioned earlier can be used to preserve dreid fruits. It is also very effective for burn treatment. A strong hive can produce 200 lbs of honey annually.
 Quoting: Jane Smith


My sweet Jane Smith honey is also very good for wounds as it fights infections, in fact I use it as such all the time on my oversea travels, but have not tried it on burns although will try it next time I have a 3rd degree...
Born of the Cosmos...

"Gold is the money of kings; silver is the money of gentlemen; barter is the money of peasants; but debt is the money of slaves."

Non Nobis Domine, Non Nobis, Sed Nomini Tuo Da Gloriam...
Jane SmithModerator
Forum Moderator

User ID: 1215902
United States
10/04/2011 04:26 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
We have live chickens, no refrigeration necessary, self perpetuating with the 2 roosters help.
Yum! Fresh Eggs and if we decide to thin the herd, lots of chicken dinners!

Did you know your store bought eggs have been tinkered with? They even homogonize then at very low temps. Many people have no idea what a fresh untouched egg tastes like.
----

On another semi-off topic note:(sorry OP)
I ate fresh pork once that was no blood drained completely and it was heaven!Often called "Green Pork" and is not allowed to be sold to the public in many states and supermarkets. Almost all pork has been treated in one way or another.

I am sure the fresh killed pork I ate clearly showed me that our foods are being toyed with to keep us sedate and mellow.
Who in their right mind would consume a animal body that was not completely drained of all it's blood.
ALL I can say is..I t tasted wild and wonderful and I felt full of life and a bit wild for a time myself.

Who ever came up with the blood draining thing anyway?
I mean serious chefs know that blood pudding is almost all blood anyway. SO why drain it from the animals we consume?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 945949


I agree with you. I grew up in the country with chickens & ducks. The stuff sold in the store tastes nothing like the eggs & chickens we had.
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

Killer Bunny mockingjay
Jane SmithModerator
Forum Moderator

User ID: 1215902
United States
10/04/2011 04:34 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I do have a freezer of meant but I also have 1,000 pounds of rock salt stored in seperate 5 gallon buckets. My contingency plan is that if the electricity goes, I will immediately cook all the meat to well done & salt pack.

I have another 100 lbs of sea salt for eating use. Also, the honey I mentioned earlier can be used to preserve dreid fruits. It is also very effective for burn treatment. A strong hive can produce 200 lbs of honey annually.
 Quoting: Jane Smith


Hey, Jane, can you store raw meat using rock salt as a preservative, too, or must you cook it first? For some reason I thought I read that you can store raw meat w/rock salt.
 Quoting: DT2


Yes, you can salt pack raw meat, but, if possible, I would recommend cooking it to be safer. In the end, whether it is salt apcked raw or cooked, what you end up with is dessicated (mummified) meat. If you purchase a box of salted cod, that is essetially how it works. The meat must be soaked & rehydrated before it can be eaten or cooked.

The advantage of cooked over raw is that the fully cooked meat has less juices, so it dessicates faster lessening any liklihood of bacterial growth. With that said, if we ever experience a full collapse, many of use may find ourselves with an "expanded" palate. Yum! Yum! That there possum sure is a lookin' good!
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

Killer Bunny mockingjay
Jane SmithModerator
Forum Moderator

User ID: 1215902
United States
10/04/2011 04:40 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I do have a freezer of meant but I also have 1,000 pounds of rock salt stored in seperate 5 gallon buckets. My contingency plan is that if the electricity goes, I will immediately cook all the meat to well done & salt pack.

I have another 100 lbs of sea salt for eating use. Also, the honey I mentioned earlier can be used to preserve dreid fruits. It is also very effective for burn treatment. A strong hive can produce 200 lbs of honey annually.
 Quoting: Jane Smith


My sweet Jane Smith honey is also very good for wounds as it fights infections, in fact I use it as such all the time on my oversea travels, but have not tried it on burns although will try it next time I have a 3rd degree...
 Quoting: Quasar


On burns as well as cuts, it provides an external microbial barrier to prevent infection, with our bloodflow being the internal barrier. I also use when when I an getting sick, seems to help a good deal. The honey from my hives is only strained to remove wax particles, no filtering & no pasteurization. Heating it above 120 degrees F begins to kill off the beneficial qualities.
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

Killer Bunny mockingjay
Brie217 (OP)

User ID: 1462880
United States
10/04/2011 07:28 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
thank you, brie. this is going to add to my knowledge base.

and yeah, i can defend my stuff.twirlgun
 Quoting: tinygreen


You're very welcome, glad to be of help!
tkwasny

User ID: 2661070
United States
10/04/2011 07:40 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Go to a local feed store and you can buy raw rolled oats for about $14 for 50 pounds. It will keep for years if you put the unopened sack in a plastic trash bag, the put that whole thing an a sealed plastic trash can. (you can fit 2 50# sacks in 1 trash can)

You can do the same for cracked corn for about $8 for 50 pounds to make cornmeal.

This will suck horrid to eat so have plenty of sugar, spices, salt, baking powder, etc also stored. Either this or starve to death and I'll take sucks horrid to eat. Rotate stock on about 300 cans of solid white tuna (in oil if possible)

Always have at least a year of multivitamin/minerals on hand.
Jane SmithModerator
Forum Moderator

User ID: 1215902
United States
10/04/2011 07:47 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Go to a local feed store and you can buy raw rolled oats for about $14 for 50 pounds. It will keep for years if you put the unopened sack in a plastic trash bag, the put that whole thing an a sealed plastic trash can. (you can fit 2 50# sacks in 1 trash can)

You can do the same for cracked corn for about $8 for 50 pounds to make cornmeal.

This will suck horrid to eat so have plenty of sugar, spices, salt, baking powder, etc also stored. Either this or starve to death and I'll take sucks horrid to eat. Rotate stock on about 300 cans of solid white tuna (in oil if possible)

Always have at least a year of multivitamin/minerals on hand.
 Quoting: tkwasny


Very important! It is possible to to die of malnutrition on a full stomach.

If you get stuck in a cold environment without enough Vit C, make a tea from either wild rose hips or pine needles. Either will work but I find the rose hips more agreeable.
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

Killer Bunny mockingjay
Hawgzilla

User ID: 1138565
United States
10/04/2011 07:55 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
As an addendum - re storing flour, freeze the flour first for 48 hour at least in order to kill off all those weevil peskies that have been incubating in there...(pack in plastic bag and tinfoil)
Then take out of freezer and store as recommended here - airtight container.
I also have methods of preparing and storing wheat etc - and many other preparedness subject areas see here

[link to www.ambilacuk.com]

Thanks for the link and info
 Quoting: Ambilac


I have read the best way to store flour is to store the wheat berries and just grind them as you need them.
 Quoting: Brie217


^^^THIS^^^ Flour does not lend well to long term storage. Just don't forget a good hand crank grain mill.
Ban guns to "save the children" but killing them in the womb is totally cool......I see; it makes perfect sense now.
Brie217 (OP)

User ID: 1462880
United States
10/04/2011 11:19 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
Go to a local feed store and you can buy raw rolled oats for about $14 for 50 pounds. It will keep for years if you put the unopened sack in a plastic trash bag, the put that whole thing an a sealed plastic trash can. (you can fit 2 50# sacks in 1 trash can)

You can do the same for cracked corn for about $8 for 50 pounds to make cornmeal.

This will suck horrid to eat so have plenty of sugar, spices, salt, baking powder, etc also stored. Either this or starve to death and I'll take sucks horrid to eat. Rotate stock on about 300 cans of solid white tuna (in oil if possible)

Always have at least a year of multivitamin/minerals on hand.
 Quoting: tkwasny


Very important! It is possible to to die of malnutrition on a full stomach.

If you get stuck in a cold environment without enough Vit C, make a tea from either wild rose hips or pine needles. Either will work but I find the rose hips more agreeable.
 Quoting: Jane Smith


Thanks for the tips.
Anonymous Coward (OP)
User ID: 1462880
United States
10/20/2011 01:07 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
I use a manual pump, like this
[link to www.pump-n-seal.com]

No power needed, it only takes a few pumps and it creates a great seal.
 Quoting: Evanight


Cool, I'll have to get one.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 13808943
United States
04/04/2012 03:33 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: How to Buy and Store Bulk Food for the Coming Food Crisis
If anyone is looking for bulk food for very cheap check out www.ifswholesale.com.

They have really cheap prices and sell by the case. I am gonna stock up some things just in case

News