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  1. Galant

    Galant
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    Hmmm . . .

    1) Chicken
    2) Salmon
    3) Nuts
    4) Blueberries
    5) Strawberries
    6) Bananas
     
  2. knuckle Head

    knuckle Head
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    Flavored Oatmeal packets,
    mac n cheese,
    chicken,
    dehydrated mixed vegetables,
    freeze dried or dried fruits and berries mix,
    jerky
     
  3. PolishedBrass

    PolishedBrass
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    I have and use all these BTW

    1. Sardines in Olive Oil. (Bela of Portugal) - In a Can
    2. Yaeyama Chlorella - In a large sealed Jar
    3. Multi Grain Sprouts (Have several #10 Cans)
    4. Acerola Powder extract - In Mylar Bag
    5. Tahini -In Cans (Sesame Butter)
    6. Crystalized Honey - 5 Gal Bucket


    We would get skinny but be very healthy and high energy.
     
  4. rocky3

    rocky3
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    3 more quarts of banana chips, that brings our total to 12 quarts of dehydrated chips. It's a start lol.
     
  5. bill97024

    bill97024
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    Quinoa
    Beans (pinto, black, kidney)
    Dried fruit (banana, apple, apricot)
    corn
    nuts (peanut, almond, cashew)
     
  6. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu
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    Beans
    Brown and White Rice
    Canned and Dried Vegetables
    Oats
    Cat

    Not forgetting H2O to prepare food.
     
  7. FortunateSon

    FortunateSon
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    Assuming we have water -

    Beans
    Freeze dried or dehydrated Fruit
    SPAM
    Mixed nuts
    Dehydrated potatoes
    Dried/dehydrated Milk
     
  8. carracer

    carracer
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    Bud Chelada covers water, grains and hops, seafood (clamato juice) veggies (tomato juice) and pepper.
    Mulitpurpose ruffles with ridges for digging into chip dips.

    Bloody marys for breakfast. Veggies optional.
    Lime a ritas to stave off the scurvy.

    The wife takes care of the other trivial items like the other posts have.
     
  9. samuelm16

    samuelm16
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    chelada is my favorite everybody else hates it you and i must be keeping the chelada brand alive,
     
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  10. erudne

    erudne
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    If water is no concern:
    dried Mung beans, for sprouts
    any type of dried beans or legums
    dry rice or flour or grannola
    canned meat
    powdered/canned milk
    honey
     
  11. Riot

    Riot
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    Don't forget to invest in protein powders, and vitamin supplements. The chances of your crops failing, a larder spoiling or your body not adjusting to the rapid change in diet (causing diarrhea/constipation or other nutrition issues) is way too great. Can you imagine going through all those preps only to have all your lentils bust open and be spoiled by the time you get to them?

    Can you say "scurvy"?

    Just a thought...

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  12. HBIII

    HBIII
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    Very interesting list, mind sharing background on your choices?
     

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