posted on Oct, 20 2014 @ 04:14 PM
I'm into prepping,but I cannot justify the "long term storage' food prices.A #10 can for 25 bucks? I'd rather buy smaller cans,then rotate them
out every 2 years or so.My biggest concern,other than the $$,has anyone really tested these after 25 yrs? I know,they are nitrogen packed,freeze
dried,whatever so they say.They also have a disclaimer that says,"stored properly",which means low humidity,low temps..so you can't toss them in
the garage for 25 yrs,as they "claim"?
I do home canning,both water and pressure....other than the glass jar issue,is there really any advantage to buy this overpriced and over rated
stuff? I can can up a small jar of meat,say 2-4 servings,for a fraction of what they sell 1 serving for,and I know its good for 5-10 yrs.And,if you
read the fine print,they claim say 10 servings......1/2 cup servings! A half a cup??Even 20 servings,at 25 bucks a can,is a buck a 1/2 cup or so!