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Post by BigDaddyQ on Sun Sep 16, 2012 10:09 pm

Has anyone bought this DVD book set? Here is a link to a long video convincing you how bad you need to know the information he is selling.

http://soldoutaftercrisis.net/index6_is.php

price is 27$. It may be worth the read. He covers immediate foods, seeds, setting up hidden gardens, and water purification. He says he is a NRA business alliance member. I'm not sure if that is a real thing even.

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Post by miker84 on Mon Sep 17, 2012 6:29 am

Heard of it, but that's about it.

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Post by O.S.O.K. on Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:07 pm

Not that I'm against good books and such but really, everything you need or want to know is on the webz Smile

Here's a good survival board if you're looking for more information: http://www.frugalsquirrels.com

I highly recommend it.

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Post by fastback65 on Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:45 pm

Frugal is very anti catholic and be careful while you are there. If you criticize the board or any of the moderators, you will be an ex member. A better place, IMHO, is http://www.timebomb2000.com/. Of course, I am partial to http://www.k5fv.com.

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Post by O.S.O.K. on Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:04 pm

He is anti-Catholic? I haven't seen that side of things. And being a moderator on another board, I tend not to critisize... But I'm always looking for good boards - thanks for those links!

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Re: 37 Essential items?

Post by BigDaddyQ on Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:54 pm

Wonder what he has against Catholics?

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Post by O.S.O.K. on Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:05 pm

I don't know - first I've heard of this.

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Post by BigDaddyQ on Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:13 pm

I have browsed around the frugalsquirrel for online. Store before and my brother's father in law goes primitive camping with them some. I just got suckered into wanting to know what these essential 37 items are and which fly off the shelf first. I know what I will take from the store at first sign of troubles. Let me know what yalls. Lists look like. (Those of you who don't already have a year supply)
Rice
Flour
Dried beans
Lard and oil
whatever canned goods I can grab

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Post by JKtruck150 on Mon Sep 17, 2012 8:03 pm

All the above,
Plus Bullets. Wink

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Re: 37 Essential items?

Post by BigDaddyQ on Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:08 pm

Already supposed to have those. You better get in on that group buy

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Post by fastback65 on Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:30 pm

I wish cooking oil had a longer shelf life, but, lard will keep a real long time, and I guess with all the hogs in Mississippi, you could render your own. Grains, and Legumes will keep a very long time. Wheat will keep almost forever. Salt is a rock, lasts forever. Honey has a long shelf life. Local honey is the best.

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Re: 37 Essential items?

Post by BigDaddyQ on Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:04 pm

My neighbor has bees so won't be a problem getting wax or honey. Plus they help pollinate our garden. He is supposed to set me up with a hive of my own next year if I just get him the wood to build it with. Forgot about salt will need to get a 50lb bag of that. How does oil go bad? I fried some okra last week in a bottle of oil that expired in 09. None of us got sick and there is a resteraunt in Memphis that claims to have 100year old oil in their fryers.

back to honey. I've seen him make it and it appears to be a real PITA. You have to "dry" it or get the water content down to a certain level for it to have a long shelf life. He makes spun honey too which is tasty.

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Post by fastback65 on Tue Sep 18, 2012 9:49 am

I was under the impression that all organic oil will go rancid with time. Most of the prep manuals I have read suggest that 5 years is the max storage on cooking oils. As far as spun honey, Make a sandwich with peanut butter and spun honey. Nothing better. I am looking for about 5 gallons of locally produced honey if anyone knows of a source.

I found this on ehow.


Shelf Life of Canola & Olive Oils Vegetable Oils

Vegetable oils are probably the most commonly used of all the oils. They are easily found in most condiment aisles in the grocery store. These oils include: general vegetable oil, canola oil, corn oil and sunflower oil. The oils are used in recipes for cooking, preparation and for dressing. Most vegetable oils, if unopened, have a shelf life of about a year. Once the vegetable oil is opened, it can be safely used for four to six months.
Olive and Peanut Oils

Both olive and peanut oils require the same storage guidelines as vegetable oil, but these oils are capable of an extended shelf life with a little extra care. Like vegetable oil, these two oils both have a shelf life of about a year, unopened or 4 to 6 months if opened. The difference is that olive and peanut oils are both high in monounsaturates and benefit most from being stored in the refrigerator, where the cold lengthens the oils shelf life from six months to about a year. The refrigerated oil becomes cloudy and thickens up in the cold but you can let it rest outside the refrigerator before using it.


http://www.ehow.com/info_8431729_shelf-life-cooking-oils.html#ixzz26piPa3As

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Post by BigDaddyQ on Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:28 pm

Dam no wonder we so hadst here. Old rancid oil is rotting our guts. I have had oil in my frydaddy and cast iron deep fryer for YEARSSSSSSSS.

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