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Originally posted by Destinyone
reply to post by indisputable
There are many Mormon communities in the UK. You might try to find one near you. Here, in the U.S. you can purchase food in bulk from them. Or, they can give you contacts for where to buy in bulk at low prices.
Best of luck in your quest....
Originally posted by AuntB
What about making your own dehydrated food? Your children could help put food away and that way you would have what you like.
Always a popular choice, primarily because of their vanilla/lemon flavored 'cookie dough' taste. Both young and old find these bars tasty.
Brown and White Rices
Brown and white rices store very differently. Brown rice is only expected to store for 6 months under average conditions. This is because of the essential fatty acids in brown rice. These oils quickly go rancid as they oxidize. It will store much longer if refrigerated. White rice has the outer shell removed along with those fats. Because of this, white rice isn't nearly as good for you, but will store longer. Hermetically sealed in the absence of oxygen, plan on a storage life for white rice of 8-10 years at a stable temperature of 70 degrees F. It should keep proportionately longer if stored at cooler temperatures. Stored in the absence of oxygen, brown rice will last longer than if it was stored in air. Plan on 1 to 2 years. It is very important to store brown rice as cool as possible, for if you can get the temperature down another ten degrees, it will double the storage life again.