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Saturday, September 22, 2018

A Real Deal Desert Dweller is doing a series on preparing and eating some commercially available BUCKET SURVIVAL GRUB


Insofar as preparedness, the attactiveness of bucket-grub is the packaging and the advertised ultra-long-term shelf-life.

How practical is it?  How easy is it to prepare?  How does it taste?

Those are questions that I've known a few folks DIDN'T ANSWER before deciding to empty their pocketbooks and fill their basements, garages, or attics with rafts of the stuff.   It may be just what you are looking for.  Then again ...

Bon Appetit!


3 comments:

Carteach said...

And that's what I don't understand. The actual 'food' is the cheapest component of a package like that. Why stint on it?

"Zack" said...

Good to see you again. Hope the new knee is serving you well.

Dan said...

How well these "survival foods" taste is greatly dependent upon how hungry you are.