To the naysayers who judge me for a diet high in corn syrup, sugar and honey, I finally have a good excuse to buy more of that stuff!
As for storing in a cool, dry place, if the SHTF and electrically powered air conditioning goes away, I’m not sure how those of us down in hot humid Texas will be able to meet those food storage guidelines!
Great article @LonewolfMcQuade, like number 12…where the rum?? Haha
I can see temps being an issue with stability.
I’d be good with my whiskey and a pot of honey🤣
I like honey…
Dig, baby, dig! Underground temperature stays at around 65 degrees no matter what the temperature is above ground. If you’re storage containers are watertight, you’re all set.
That’s a great idea!
People used root cellars for years to store food long before refrigeration.
A lot of people forget about essentials in times like this. Freeze dried water lasts indefinitely! A one gallon jug of freeze dried water is nearly weightless, and will hold exactly one gallon of rehydrated water. Just simply add fresh water till you’re achieved your desired amount. Fast and easy.
What about these? Allegedly, they will last 100 years in a landfill. Or am I thinking of hot dogs???
Twinkies would never last 100 years! Not around me… truck load of these bitches be gone in a matter of days🤠
Nasty McDonald’s French fries never degrade do they? My kids use to drop them down in the truck seats. I’d find them when I cleaned the truck out. They looked the same as when they were "fresh"
Anything from McDonald’s is like that. I took a nutrition class one time and the instructor brought in a McDonald’s Big Mac and fries that were a year old. You couldn’t tell any difference from a brand new one.