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Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?

 
floydian slip
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10/01/2008 03:11 AM
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Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
and eaten it?

I bought some after cleaning out my cupboard the other day and found out that I had stuff on my shelves that expired in 2003.

Its hard to rotate canned goods when you are single.

I did find out that the tuna which expired in 2006 is still good tho.

I thought to myself, what a shame that I wasted a bunch of food. Never again!!

The #10 cans have an expiration date of 2033 :)
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10/01/2008 03:25 AM
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
Tuna packed in oil stores longer than tuna packed in water.

I've never purchased Mountain House's prepared entrees (because I don't want MSG in my food if possible), but I've purchased the freeze dried meats and I've been happy with my purchase.
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Tuna packed in oil stores longer than tuna packed in water.

I've never purchased Mountain House's prepared entrees (because I don't want MSG in my food if possible), but I've purchased the freeze dried meats and I've been happy with my purchase.
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thanks :)
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
Food will usually stay OK in cans for quite a number of years. As long as the ends are still depressed, meaning that it still retains the original vacuum from the canning process, it is usually OK.

The exception is tomato products or items of high acidity. These eat into and absorb the plastic lining. It is best to buy these in jars instead of cans.
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
Food will usually stay OK in cans for quite a number of years. As long as the ends are still depressed, meaning that it still retains the original vacuum from the canning process, it is usually OK.

The exception is tomato products or items of high acidity. These eat into and absorb the plastic lining. It is best to buy these in jars instead of cans.
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Another mess I had was soda pop.

After time, it leaks through the cans and leaves a syrupy puddle and the chipboard case gets glued to the floor. (doh) There were no holes in the can and the seal wasn't broken, but there were hollow cans and a fucked up mess lol

I had some pepsi, coke, that expired in 2004 and this osmosis thing happened in 2007.
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01/17/2011 10:36 PM
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
LOL. Actually, if you only knew how corrosive carbonic acid
is, you might take a second look at soda. Coca Cola for example has a special lining in an aluminum can just to be able to store coke up to the expiration date. My father keeps mentioning that they use carbonated water to clean out the intestines of chickens. So...
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
Ive personally never had it but did just recently purchase several #10 cans of butter, whole eggs and brown sugar.
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02/06/2011 11:24 PM
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
Never eaten, but #10 eggs, milk and butter.
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02/06/2011 11:25 PM
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
I have. It's very good.
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02/06/2011 11:27 PM
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
Better get it before the government buys it all
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02/06/2011 11:32 PM

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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
I have purchased a few cans this past year however, I certainly cannot attest to their quality or to how good they hold up at this point. I have purchased everything from beans to winter wheat, powdered eggs, and milk, freeze dried vegetables and fruit from Honeyville Grain and have not been disappointed.

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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
Tuna packed in oil stores longer than tuna packed in water.

I've never purchased Mountain House's prepared entrees (because I don't want MSG in my food if possible), but I've purchased the freeze dried meats and I've been happy with my purchase.
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from what i gather they dont use msg anymore
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Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought A #10 Can Of Mountain House Food?
I buy it from my work (fcsurplus) for camping in the summer. It's tasty. I haven't tried all the flavours yet but I am a fan of the beef stroganoff and scrambled eggs and bacon (a few of my friends find it a bit salty for their tastes but to each their own :) )

We recorded my first tasting of it and put it on youtube. I was worried that I wasn't going to like it but it got me hooked on it.

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