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Stock up on your Freeze Dried food supply now

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by Ishootbullseye, Aug 21, 2009.

  1. Ishootbullseye

    Ishootbullseye Kent, Wa. Member

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    I’ll be putting an order in August or early September for “Mountain House Freeze Dried Food” better than any MRE’S you can buy and this stuff tastes great. There are “six two serving pouches per case” and my prices will be lower then any you can find. Look up Mountain House at www.mountainhouse.com to research product. Sold at REI and all Outdoor stores. Light weight, easy to cook, boil 16oz water, add to package, stir, wait 10 minutes and you have a great tasting meal. Example 53135 Turkey Tetrazzini (two 10oz servings) $6.50 suggested retail and what most stores sell it for. Call me with what you want for your price. I have a limited number of catalogs at this time. I usually only order once a year just before hunting and snowmobile season. Pick up will be in Kent East Hill area.
    Thanks Tod
    253 854 1678 or 206 396 9389
     
  2. simpleguy

    simpleguy Clackamas Active Member

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    If you were only closer.....know of anyone doing this in the PDX Metro area?
     
  3. Ishootbullseye

    Ishootbullseye Kent, Wa. Member

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    I have a nephew who goes back and forth to Lebonan and may be able to help, you should give me a call to discuss, I would not want to hassel him for just one case.
     
  4. Pukwudji

    Pukwudji Hillsboro, OR Member

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    Is there a good (inexpensive) way to get a sampler to find out what you and your family would like? Do they have a 'sampler' box?
     
  5. Ishootbullseye

    Ishootbullseye Kent, Wa. Member

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    On the Best Sellers List for 2008 ranked from the top #1, Lasagna W/Meat Sauce, 2 Beef Stroganoff, 3 Chili Macaroni W/Bf, 4 Hearty Beef Stew, 5Spaghetti W/Mt Sauce, this is not the order I would select but part of the Best Seller list of product. My favorites are Beef Stroganoff, Turkey Tetrazzini, Pasta Primavera, Chicken Breasts W/Potatoes, I would buy one and try it all the meals I have tried were great but I do have favorites. There are six pouches per case. Give me a call to talk. Thanks
     
  6. aflineman

    aflineman Both South of Eugene and East of Portland. Active Member

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    Costco has a "Backpackers" package that has many of the more popular menu items in it. IIRC I paid about $20 for the ones that I have.
     
  7. Silver Fox

    Silver Fox Puyallup, WA Well-Known Member

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    Is there sales tax on freeze dried food here in WA? I am still a newbie with this whole sales tax thing.

    Former Ory-gun-ian here.

    SF-
     
  8. SOG165

    SOG165 Cent. Or. Member

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    Here's a local source out of the Eugene area. There appears to be a good selection and shipping is free. I know of other sources if anyone is interested.

    SOG
     
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    SOG165 Cent. Or. Member

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  10. Ishootbullseye

    Ishootbullseye Kent, Wa. Member

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    Silver Fox; No sales tax on food in Washington.
     
  11. CaseyPod

    CaseyPod North Vancouver Member

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    If you are a prepper I recommend you visit http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com
    If you like the daily podcast and forum, there is a membership that can get you some great deals from companies like Safe Castle Royal that sell huge quantities of storable food.

    Now is a good time to stock up - there is the very real potential for a food shortage this year.

    I hope you enjoy this resource - I do!!
     
  12. dario541

    dario541 medford, or 97504 Member

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    Bi-Mart stores sell Mountain Home freeze dried foods for reasonable prices. I bought some there.
     
  13. whatzhizname

    whatzhizname Southern Oregon and occasionally PDX Member

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    Bi-mart is by far my favorite store to shop in the Northwest. The prices often ring up lower at the register than what it says on the shelf. I like that! I think they just began carrying Mountain House stuff in their camping/sporting goods area. The price is the same as what I've found it at Winco in the past, so I'll be buying mine from Bi-mart from now on. :)
     
  14. powersbj

    powersbj Seattle Area Active Member

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    IMHO, Backpackers Pantry is a much tasty product, with a higher caloric count and better nutrition.