Wise Company 104-Serving Variety Bucket
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Oh no, not another prepper sale.
Too bad it won’t make it in time before Monday afternoon.
Perhaps it is nitpicking, but I would not count “butter sauce” as a serving of food.
Reads your comment…
Pushes away bowl of butter sauce…
Good to start with, but it’s far cheaper to buy stuff like rice, beans, and bouillon cubes at the grocery store. Then go to Amazon and get a pack of mylar bags with oxygen absorbers.
Put rice, beans, or whatever (the bags come with a list of acceptable foods for long term storage) in the bags, put in an oxygen absorber, and seal with a clothes iron or hair straightener. Good for 25 years.
You can also pickup some 5 gallon buckets to put the sealed pouches in so you’re both organized, and have water vessels handy.
My pantry is already cluttered with a bunch of this type of food. I didn’t realize that I was saving it for a future disaster! [but no butter sauce]
I was thinking the same thing.
If this stuff is for preppers, you would thing a reasonable piece of info to provide is how many calories of food is this and/or how many man/days of food is this. If I was really interested, that is what I would want to know.
Look at the pictures on the first page the second group I believe shows all of the necessary nutritional information you will ever need. The key here is to always look at pictures!
Not with that attitude
Note that these as with most Wise food products are labeled 100% vegetarian. They do use a lot of milk and milk biproducts
To my taste they come across as bland and unsatisfying compared to Mountain House or even canned Dinty Moore meals.
It’s about two weeks worth of calories for one adult who’s eating about 1800-2000 calories a day
FWIW- in an actual disaster you want stuff you can eat with little to no prep. You want calorie dense food. Seriously- peanut butter, canned meat, cracker, canned fruits and vegetables, protein bars, fruit leather… There’s a good chance you’ll need to either evacuate or you’ll need to shelter in place without access to water or the ability to cook. Also, a lot of water. A LOT of water.
OH NO!. Not another person complaining about peppers sales. Sorry but if you are one of those who waits till after the STORM hits then goes out for supplies, guess you are SOL. :-0
Next time you get a chance, pick up a tub or stick of butter and look at the calorie contents. You might be amazed if hungry what you can live off from.
Comments on here are cracking me up. If you only knew what this stuff cost in late 70’s-80’s. Did lots of off grid (lol, what its called now) camping and hiking in the Scouts. I doubt .01% of people buying this have ever been wilderness camping/surviving on what you can carry in/out… This stuff is the best, light and cheap… And yes, i’m still doing it…