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    fireraisr says:

    the danger of storing things with questionable moisture content, like butter, with this method is the low oxygen environment is the perfect conditions for botulism spores to activate. botulism toxin is tasteless and odorless. your entire family will be dead before you realize the food is unsafe. the lds foodstore sells potato flakes without butter that are safe for long term storage.

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    Diana Smith Hill says:

    I wonder why your storing things in such large bags. In a true SHTF scenario you cannot open a 5 gallon bucket for 2 cups of flour, another for 3 cups of potato and yet another for  2 cups of beans- because there won't be any way to get more Co2 absorbers to reseal the bags or electricity to reseal the mylar. You should (IMHO) make buckets filled with smaller bags of what your family will use in a weeks time. Number the buckets 1 through however many you have. Then when you start using the buckets for food to live on, take out bucket #1 first since it was the first bucket stored. Following week bucket #2. In this manner you will have a weeks worth of food in each bucket (minus meats (assuming your canning) Fruits – dehydrating and veggies either canning or dehydrating). In each bucket have smaller mylar bags of that weeks sugar for use, that weeks beans, that weeks flour, that weeks potato, that weeks pancake mix. Instead of opening all ten buckets to get a weeks worth of food and no longer anyway to protect the food – you will be using one bucket per week or two.. or for a large family maybe two buckets.  I am just starting this process and that is how I am planning to do mine. I don't want to have to worry about a 5 gallon bucket of beans. I want to use them and then replace as I shop. Assuming you will use things in 5 years or start using them in 5 years if we have that long. I know shelf life of foods vary, but unless you can keep this food colder than 50 degrees constantly the shelf life at 70 degrees is about 5-10 years on products no matter how you package them.

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    tda tvee says:

    you all going about it the wrong way. in the very olden days before any technology. was stored for years without going bad. meat can last years stored properly with funny bags. salt…lard…smoked. others ways to last years.

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    elizabeth stevens says:

    bay leaves keeps bugs out flour cormeal beans rice
    if save moisture. packs in vitamin bottles. thats good also.
    what if ya dont have money buy mylar mosture bags ??? whats alternative that.if your home depot bucket air tight.?

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    Sue Quinn says:

    Buckets from Home Depot are NOT food grade. It states it in their description. If your food is in a food grade Mylar bag, why does the outer pail need to be food grade?

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    chevap86 says:

    I'm not sure but ,if anyone else is searching for
    list of survival foods
    try Franaar Spies Control Formula ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my partner got excellent success with it.

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    daniel craig says:

    This was great, thanks, been searching for "stock up food" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Proutklarton Surviving Technics Plan – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my brother in law got amazing success with it.

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    NothingToNoOneInParticular says:

    Reseal the oxygen absorbers with your food sealing machine. They keep fine. You can also buy a small hand held chip bag sealer on amazon or eBay, for pretty cheap. Make sure the used frosting buckets are totally descended using white vinegar and water.


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