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Food/food storage
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Food/Food Storage
Post by Pandora on Feb 3, 2010, 11:36pm

http://www.food2store.com/default.asp

Good storage food at competitive prices. I'm interested in the powdered eggs. Re: Food/Food Storage
Post by libertasinfinitio on Feb 4, 2010, 7:54am


Feb 3, 2010, 11:36pm, Pandora wrote:
http://www.food2store.com/default.asp

Good storage food at competitive prices. I'm interested in the powdered eggs.


Cool, thanks..I'll have to check it out.

I personally might have to pass on powdered eggs, had some last year...they gave me "issues"...would need Beano to counteract! :PRe: Food/Food Storage
Post by rocketman on Feb 4, 2010, 9:38am


Feb 3, 2010, 11:36pm, Pandora wrote:
http://www.food2store.com/default.asp

Good storage food at competitive prices. I'm interested in the powdered eggs.


When did you become a Mormon?

<chuckle>

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Re: Food/Food Storage
Post by rocketman on Feb 4, 2010, 9:41am

Pandora: "I'm interested in the powdered eggs."

Never been in the stump-jumpin', bullet-stoppin' Army, have ya?

<chuckle>

Powdered eggs are a bad joke played by Satanic mess hall cooks in the bush.

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Post by Pandora on Feb 4, 2010, 10:21am


Feb 4, 2010, 9:41am, rocketman wrote:
Pandora: "I'm interested in the powdered eggs."

Never been in the stump-jumpin', bullet-stoppin' Army, have ya?

<chuckle>

Powdered eggs are a bad joke played by Satanic mess hall cooks in the bush.

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Nope; never been Army. I wasn't thinking of eating them plain, but inclusion in recipes where eggs are a necessity, like good cornbread.

And nope; not Mormon. Rocketman, how much food do you have on hand in between grocery store trips? How long can you feed your wife, yourself and the doggies, and maybe your granddaughter, if necessary?

Just doing what our grandparents, and their parents, used to do as far as well-stocked pantries and root cellars, and I have no room for chickens and other critters., so alternate methods must be utilized.Re: Food/Food Storage
Post by irondiopriest on Feb 4, 2010, 11:05am

Rice-n-beans, rice-n-beans, rice-n-beans......Oh, and tuna, tuna, tuna.Re: Food/Food Storage
Post by Pandora on Feb 4, 2010, 11:35am

Yeah, sing it, babe.

'Cept if you have to subsist on that, and feed it to kids, for any length of time, you won't want to live. ;)Re: Food/Food Storage
Post by rocketman on Feb 4, 2010, 11:56am

Got Plenty.

No worries here.

Tuna, canned chili, beans, soups, etc.

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