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Meat & Pasta from the Survival Pantry

Meat & Pasta from the Survival Pantry

April 11, 2014

By Gaye Levy

When it comes to my own preps, food ranks right up there at the top of the list. Those that know me find this hilarious because they think I never eat.  The truth is that yes, of course, I eat, and eat well.  In my home, you will find foods that are healthy – meaning lots of fruits and veggies – as well as foods that are both easy to prepare and tasty.

I hope you caught the tasty part of the food equation because survival or not, if something does not taste good, I will typically pass it up. In the interest of not going hungry following a disaster, I have stocked away a significant supply of tasty food products including a variety of condiments to kick them up a notch.  Bulk foods, packaged items, freeze dried tins, and canned goods all make up a part of my survival food pantry.

Free Food Friday: Meat & Pasta from the Survival Pantry + Giveaway   Backdoor Survival

The one item that is missing from my personal survival food panty is a variety of  canned meats.  Oh how I envy those of you that have well stocked pantries with home canned chicken, pork and beef.  Perhaps someday I will have the time to start canning on my own but for now I am going to have to rely upon commercially canned meats.

Survival Cave Canned Meats from LPC Survival

A few weeks back, Jeff from LPC Survival approached me about another giveaway. You know me and giveaways – how could I say no?  When it came time to select the just-right giveaway product, I suggested food.  Yes, another free food giveaway for Backdoor Survival readers.  More about the giveaway in a moment; first I want to tell you about the product:  Survival Cave Canned Meats.

Free Food Friday: Meat & Pasta from the Survival Pantry + Giveaway   Backdoor Survival

Survival Cave canned meats are 100% meat – not broth, water or filler.  The stated shelf life 12-15 years but the reality is, who really knows.  I always rotate my canned goods so chances are they will not last 15 years anyway.  In addition, I actually use my food storage for everyday meal preparation.  There is no waste and a trip to town is 20 miles.  Who needs that?

via Meat & Pasta from the Survival Pantry – Backdoor Survival.

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