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Freeze Dried Food Finds and More

December 14, 2010 2:46 pm | No Comments

For those looking to get more food storage small or large, I have found a few good sources.  Costco is a great source for small and large quantities.  They also have groups of  freeze dried vegetablesfruits, wheats or cheeses in the smaller quanities, etc. at great prices with shipping included.  They start as low as $39.99.

Also, I have found Emergency Essentials to have good group discounts on different freeze dried products every month.  For December you can get a #10 can of freeze dried raspberries for $20.00 with a minimum of 6 or freeze dried beef teriyaki with rice #10 can for $22.00 with a minimum of 6.  Then you can get free shipping on the rest of you order with the purchase of the group specials.  I have found a great freeze dried cheese group #2 that has 6- #10 cans of cheddar, colby, and monterey for 179.99.  That is less then even costco at $199.99.  You can order a catalog and get on their email list for the group specials ever month.

Another source I found that is wonderful for so many items, even the ones I hadn’t thought about, is a place called Walton Feed in Idaho.  It may be a little drive but it would be well worth it if you have a large order.  They do ship also and you just go into the link at the top of their website that says SHOP to find the products you want.  They have sprouts ,  dried products, seeds, etc. at a great price.

Then you could stop by Gossner in Logan, Utah for their ready to drink milk (stored normal like the rest of your food storage on the shelf) and we have had ours for years.   It is nice to just open the milk and drink instead of the dry milk.  It tastes good and our kids love the small flavored containers you can buy.  I think our favorite is cookies and cream.  We miss not having these places close anymore now that we live back east.

Happy planning,


The Madness of a Lost Society

December 14, 2010 10:24 am | No Comments

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