Mountain House Freeze Dried Food Pouches Camp Trail MRE Emergency

Mountain House 30166 Rice and Chicken Freeze-Dried – # 10 Can X 6 COUNT – $119.99
Features:
*MPN: 30166
*Type: Freeze-Dried
*Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
*UPC: 0041133301664

Mountain House #10 Cans! Freeze dried bulk, pick and choose! – $40.00

Mountain House Classic Bucket Freeze Dried Backpacking Camping Food 24 Servings – $91.00
Features:
*MPN: 0081635A
*Type: Freeze-Dried
*Model: Just In Case
*UPC: 0041133816359

MOUNTAIN HOUSE FOODS Freeze Dried Emergency Breakfast 12 Pack VARIETY – $75.00

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Backpackers Pantry Fettuccine Alfredo w/ Chicken Freeze Dried Food Pouch

Backpackers Pantry Fettuccine Alfredo w/ Chicken Freeze Dried Food Pouch – $11.79

Backpacker’s Pantry CREME BRULEE 4.5 oz 2 SERVINGS Camp survival Food SEALED – $12.99
Features:
*Type: Freeze-Dried
*Expiration: 01/11/24
*UPC: 048143023036

Backpackers Pantry Meal Lot Of 3 Colorado Omelet Chana Masala Red Beans & Rice – $32.99
Features:
*Type: Freeze-Dried

Backpackers Pantry BEEF STROGANOFF WITH NOODLE 5.2oz.- 2 Servings FACTORY SEALED – $12.99
Features:
*Type: Freeze-Dried
*Expiration: 01/11/24
*UPC: 048143024101

Backpacker’s Pantry Kathmandu Curry | Freeze Dried Backpacking & Camping Food – $13.64
Features:
Size: Pouch (1 – Count)

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MILITARY MRE – YOUR CHOICE MENU – 2021 INSPECTION

MILITARY MRE – YOUR CHOICE MENU – 2021 INSPECTION – $10.75

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Case SOPAKCO MRE Emergency Ready to Eat 09/20 Inspect Date REDUCED SODIUM – $59.75

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US Military MRE Meal Ready to Eat *12 Meals*9/2022 Inspection Choose Case A or B – $94.00

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Mountain House Freeze Dried Food Pouches Camp Trail MRE Emergency

Mountain House 30166 Rice and Chicken Freeze-Dried – # 10 Can X 6 COUNT – $119.99
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*About this product Product Identifiers Brand Mountain House MPN 30166 UPC 0041133301664 Model 30166 eBay Product ID (ePID) 21039775318 Product Key Features Type Freeze-Dried

Mountain House #10 Cans! Freeze dried bulk, pick and choose! – $40.00

Mountain House Freeze Dried Meals! Backpacking, MRE, Emergency, Camping – $11.99

Mountain House Ground Beef #10 Can, Freeze dried, camping, MRE – $49.00

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Mountain House Freeze Dried Food Pouches Camp Trail MRE Emergency

Mountain House #10 cans and freeze dried pouches have an estimated 30 year shelf life when stored in a climate controlled environment. Freeze dried pouches are an excellent choice for camping, backpacking, hiking, or emergency preparedness. The #10 cans are for when you have a group of people that need to be fed.

Mountain House 30166 Rice and Chicken Freeze-Dried – # 10 Can X 6 COUNT – $119.99
Features:
*Estimated 30 years shelf life
*MPN: 30166
*Model: 30166
*Type: Freeze-Dried
*Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
*UPC: 0041133301664

Mountain House Freeze Dried Meals! Backpacking, MRE, Emergency, Camping – $11.99
Features:
*Easy to store
*Estimated 30 year shelf life
*Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
*Type: Freeze-Dried

Mountain House Classic Bucket Freeze Dried Backpacking Camping Food 24 Servings – $92.00

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Mountain House Freeze Dried Food Pouches | Best Deals

Mountain House freeze dried pouches have an estimated lifespan of 30 years, which makes them ideal for camping, hiking, backpacking or stockpiling emergency food preps. New to freeze dried pouches and would like to sample a variety? Then check out the Mountain House Just in Case bundle.

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Mountain House Freeze Dried Emergency Food, – Variety Pack, 6 Pouches

Mountain House Freeze Dried Food Pouches – Biscuits and Gravy
Features
MPN: 55453
Non-Domestic Product: No
Custom Bundle: No
Type: Freeze-Dried
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Model: 55453

Mountain House Just In Case 3-Day Breakfast Lunch Dinner Freeze Dried Meal Kit
Features
Model: 83608
Country/Region of Manufacture: USA
Type: Freeze-Dried
Features: 3-Day 18-Serving Kit
MPN: 83608
UPC: 041133836074

Mountain House Rice & Chicken #10 Can Freeze Dried Food – 6 Cans Per Case

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Stockpiling Mountain House Freeze Dried Pouches

A question to the reader, “Are you stockpiling Mountain House freeze dried pouches?” Let’s be honest, there are a number of reasons that can be debated for and against stockpiling Mountain House freeze dried pouches.

One of my main issues with the pouches is the sodium content. When I eat a meal, a few minutes later I can feel the sodium hitting my system. Sometimes the sodium is so bad I feel sick all over.

Some people may say Mountain House freeze dried pouches are too expensive, and they are. There is no denying the freeze dried pouches cost a pretty penny.

Let’s talk about sodium content first. A couple of pouches were picked from my personal stockpile so we could look at the sodium content.

Sodium Content

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Survivalist: What Is Your Prepping Goal

Survivalist, what is your prepping goal? Preppers can not be classified into several different categories. We have different groups who subscribe to different prepping plans. These go way beyond what organizations like FEMA and the Red Cross suggest.

We all know the government will not be able to help everyone. There are also situations that may result in the collapse of the federal and state governments, such as nuclear war or some kind of new disease.

For example, my personal prepping goal is presteading. Which is a combination of prepping an homesteading. The long term goal is to develop a homestead based off lessons learned from the middle ages, and combine those with modern homesteading.

People Who Stockpile May Say

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Mountain House Extends Life of Pouches to 30 Years

Mountain House recently extended the life of their pouches to 30 years, instead of 7 years. This is supposed to be retroactive to existing pouches produced before the date change.

How I found about about the date change, I posted a video on youtube called Stockpiling mountain house #10 cans and pouches. Someone posted a comment saying “Your way out of date regarding the life of the pouches.” So I started a thread on the forum – When did mountain house pouches go to 30 years.

When I go hiking or camping, Mountain House is my “go to” food. I love the ease of just boiling water, adding it to the pouch and having a hot meal.

When it comes to stockpiling food for a long term SHTf even of collapse of society, nothing beats a #10 can.

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Prepping For SHTF In Breadth But Not Depth

A few days ago I started reading a new book, it’s called “War on the eastern front by James Lucas.” War on the eastern front is a collection of personal experiences based on diaries from German soldiers.

The majority of books I read are non-fiction. This is because I like to know what real-life experiences people faced during times of hardship. For example what were some of the issues that were faced during the Black Death?

Why did I pick a book on the eastern front? We know the German army failed to defeat the Russian army due to two things – the harsh Russian winter, and resupply issues. Those are the two main issues taught in just about every world history class.

On page 4 of “War on the eastern front”, it is noted that author A.J.P Taylor said “while his opponents were rearming for a great war in depth, Hitler rearmed Germany in breath. Everything for the front lines, but nothing for a second campaign.”

Hitler was so sure the German army could defeat Russia in a single season, there were no plans for a long drawn out battle during the Russian winter. Nor were plans made for the following year, much less a war that lasted another 4 years.

Survivalism

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Excess food supply

Over the past 2 days I have given away 2 dozen eggs. Some people might be saying “so what”? To give food away means that my wife and I have an excess food supply.

Think about that for a minute. My wife and I bought our first chicks February 25, 2012. In all we ended up with 13 chickens. The chickens started laying when they were around 5 months old. At close to 6 months old we are getting 6 – 7 eggs a day.

Home grown yard eggsWe are dealing with a couple of topics here, the time required to get your food production up and running, and being able to grow more food then you need.

I see a lot of survivalist saying that if SHTF they are going to get some chickens, goats, maybe a couple of cows,,, the usual stuff. I see those types of planes as being unrealistic. You think you are going to be the only person looking for farming supplies and livestock after SHTF / TEOTWAWKI?

Lets say you have a buddy that knows a friend whos second cousin has a few chickens they are willing to trade for 1,000 rounds of 223 Remington. After some bartering the two of you finally agree on 500 rounds of 223 Remington and 500 rounds of 7.62×39 for 2 laying hens.

You get your hens home, now what? Where are you going to keep them at? Do you have an enclosed yard to keep your chickens in, do you have a coop? Or do you plan on keeping the hens in your garage? Hopefully you will be lucky enough to find some hens that are already laying. If not, you are going to have to wait several months for the chicks to grow and start laying.

Its not just livestock, what does your seed stockpile look like? Do you have tools to work the field? Do you have access to a tractor, tiller, hoes, rakes and manpower needed to get a field ready to plant?

After you get your squash, cucumbers, zucchini, turnips, snap beans,,,,etc planted, you are looking at 60 – 90 days before you are going to harvest anything.

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MRE VS Freeze Dried: Which Is Better For Stockpiling

MRE VS Freeze Dried, which one do you stockpile for a long term SHTF / TEOTWAWKI survival situation? Personally, I have uses for both. My food stockpile contains an assortment of MREs, freze dried 7 year pouches and several #10 cans of Mountain House freeze dried food.

When my buddies and I go on our annual camping trip on the Angelia River, I usually bring 7 year pouches for my main entree, and a couple of MREs for assorted snacks.

Lets discuss the various good and bad points of both. First, lets talk about MREs, and then freeze dried food.

MREs – Meals Ready to Eat

Something that is very important to my family and I is sodium content. My wife has high blood pressure, and my dad has heart issues. While stockpiling food, it is important to take special needs into consideration.

This is a partial list of sodium content to various MREs I have in my stockpile.

  • Beef ravioli in meat sauce – 1,080mg
  • Beef Stew – 850mg
  • Beverage Powder, Grape – 150mg
  • Beverage Base Powder, Lime Lime – 20mg – 150mg
  • Beverage Base Powder, Orange – 20mg – 150mg
  • Cappuccino, Mocha – 0mg
  • Cappuccino, French Vanilla – 0mg
  • Cinnamon Imperials – 12mg

For the full list, visit this article about sodium content in MREs.

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Food Fatigue After SHTF / TEOTWAWKI

Food fatigue = eating the same thing over, and over, and over, and over,,,. Eventually leads to vitamin and mineral deficiencies; extreme cases of malnutrition can lead to death. Food fatigue, vitamin and mineral deficiencies go hand in hand.

Couple of examples:

Pellagra – vitamin deficiency caused by a lack of niacin. Seen in people who eat a diet of mostly corn based products.

Scurvy – caused by long term vitamin C deficiency.

Eat the same thing over and over and over,,, everyday, people develop food fatigue. When people get fatigued, they stop eating. When people stop eating, they starve and eventually die.

How do we prevent food fatigue? We stockpile a range of assorted foods, and we have a source of fresh food.

Lets say that some kind of long term SHTF / TEOTWAWKI situation happens, what are your plans to ward off food fatigue? Are you stockpiling a wide range of foods? What are your sources of fresh food? What are your renewable food sources?

Stockpiling Food

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Self-Centered Preppers

For this article, the term “Self-Centered Preppers” means people who only think of themselves while preparing for TEOTWAWKI. All they are concerned about is themselves, and “maybe” their close family. No consideration goes into planning for friends, or anyone outside their immediate family members.

A prime example of Self-Centered Preppers might be people who plan on bugging out to the wilderness. How is your family going to deal with the sudden isolation? How are you going to deal with being cut off from friends and family members? How are your friends and family members going to handle a sudden loose of contact with you and your family?

If humanity were to suffer some kind of long term SHTF situation, my family would turn to people such as my dad, and myself for guidance. It is my resp0onsiblity to make sure my family has plenty to eat, protected and that they will be provided of.

Self-Centered Prepper does not care about anyone else. What about your grand kids? What about your kids that can not afford to stockpile food at this time? What about your parents, brothers, sisters, close cousins,,,,?

Friendships are an asset

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Prepping For The Everyday Person

Some people take prepping a little too far. They prepare for the worst regardless of where they are at or what they are doing. I agree with having a get home bag, but on the other side of the coin there are people that keep a complete Bug Out Bag along with a small arsenal in their vehicle.

Reading what some people post in forums, its like they are prepping for a zombie invasion to breakout at any second. Unlike what is portrayed on TV, the majority of preppers do not live on the fringe of society. We are everyday people living in the cities, suburbs and rural areas all across the world.

When people look at prepping, they get on the forum and get a little overwhelmed by what they see. It is easy to forget that some of the members of the forum have been prepping for decades.

Prepping is not for the lazy. Sure you can buy some rice and throw it in an airtight box, buy some canned foods and think you have a well rounded survival plan.

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Prepping For SHTF in the Wrong Order

After talking to a buddy of mine, we came to the realization that most preppers stockpile in the wrong order.

When people get into prepping, what is the first things they start stockpiling? Most people lean towards stockpiling firearms and ammunition first.

Why do most people place buying a firearm at the top of their list? Maybe its the sense of security that owning a firearm provides? Maybe its the idea of the family being able to protect themselves? Maybe its a primal feeling where we feel safe and secure with a spear in our hands?

Ok, lets get back to prepping.

This is the way most people prep

1. Firearms

2. Short term food preps

3. Sustainable food preps

This is the way people should prep

1. Sustainable food preps

2. Short term food preps

3. Firearms

Sustainable Food Preps

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Zombies Are Real

Yep, you read that right, zombies are real. Not real as in wanting to eat your brains, but real as in mindless people with no sense of reason and incapable of higher thought.

To live a survivalist lifestyle, one should be open minded, open to new ideas, flexible, open to suggestions and open to change. To be closed minded, to be inflexible and not open to change sets a limit on how well we can adjust to change.

What caused the Neanderthal to go extinct?

What caused Cro-Magnon Man to go extinct?

What caused Homo-Erectus to go extinct?

Was it their inability to adjust to climate change? Was it their inability to adjust to changing food sources? Were they open to new ideas?

Sheeple zombies

Sheeple are the people that say “we have done it this way 100 years, there is no reason to change now”. These are the people who resist any kind of change. When sheeple are forced to change, they get angry and develop feels of resentment. These are the people that are on a dead end road of life.

I wonder if some Neanderthal refused to change his hunting patterns with the changes in herd migration?

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Fundamental Survivalist Food for SHTF

When survivalist start stockpiling food, we buy #10 cans and usually store food in mylar bags. Lets say we had to focus on certain foods, what would those foods be? Lets look at food that packs a nutritional punch, renewable, easy to grow, easy to harvest and can be stored without modern technology.

How do we decide which foods we should focus on? Lets narrow our selections to how easy the food is to grow, how well it stores, and the nutrition content.

During a long term SHTF / TEOTWAWKI survival situation, we will being growing and storing our own food. One thing we do not want to do is dedicate a lot of time and effort into food that contains little nutrition.

In this article I hope to focus on renewable foods. Foods that we can grow in a home garden or at a Bug Out Location. During a long term survival situation, people that hope to make it through will need a renewable food source. It is not enough to stockpile food in mylar bags, or stockpile freeze dried food in #10 cans. Sooner or later those mylar bags and those cans will be empty.

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Reviewing Your SHTF Survival Preps

Chickens inside the chicken coopPrepping (aka survivalism) is a path with no end. Its a journey that sometimes has a beginning, but will have no end. Being a survivalist is a way of life, its not a hobby or something that we do in our “free time”.

For some survivalist, the start of their journey is when the light turns on in their head. Someone may decide that they need more food stocked up for hurricanes, or for earthquakes. Part of stockpiling our preps is doing reviews, taking inventory, modifying our plans,,, its a never ending challenge. Part of that challenge is looking at what we have done, where we have been, and where we need to go.

Back in June 2011 my wife and I decided to expand our stockpile of #10 cans of freeze dried foods. One of the issues that I ran into, there was a shortage of freeze dried foods in #10 cans, and there seemed to be a limited selection of freeze dried eggs.

After buying a #10 can of Mountain House scrambled eggs with ham, and a #10 can of Mountain House scrambled eggs with bacon, I started wondering if there was a better option. There “has” to be a better option then spending a small fortune on freeze dried foods.

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