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 Post subject: new era cap italia MRE's on the cheap
PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 10:33 am 
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MRE's on the cheap,misure cappelli new era
: MRE's on the cheap MRE's are a good addition to any survival bag. It has paid for itself a hundred times over. 10 inches long and seal the bottom. Each of th.MRE's are a good addition to any survival bag. They have a good shelf life,taglia cappelli new era, up to 5 years under ideal conditions,snapback new era, they have gotten better as far as taste goes over the years (for the most part anyway),new era by you, they are compact,new era chicago bulls, and offer a good caloric intake. Unfortunatly they are fairly expensive,new era sito ufficiale, usually running $79.99 $99.99 for a case of twelve meals depending on where you look,cappelli new era, and there is no way of knowing how they were stored or handled and therefore no way of knowing how much "life" they have left.The price of MRE's and the "not knowing for sure" got me to thinking,new era shop, "Why not make my own MRE's?" I looked into freeze drying my own meats,new era by you,fruits,new era italia, etc. and even a small freeze drying set up was cost prohibitive for me.So I started looking at foods I eat on a regular basis and their shelf life and came up with a simple DIY MRE that costs between $2.99 $4.00 a meal,cappello new era, depending on what you choose to add,new era cappelli red bull, that's $ 38.88 $48 a case,cappellino new era, about half of what regular MRE's cost,new era roma, and a lot better tasting!I was able to pick up everything in the pictures for $35.85 at the local Wal Mart. The Kool Aid,new era italia, tea mix,new era italia, peanut butter,new era europe, salt,new era bulls, creamer,new era cap italia, and gum will make 50 60 DIY MRE's. I buy the microwave Complete meals by the dozen,new era cappelli red bull, they come in 9 different flavors and cost $1.75 (at least where I live in Colorado). We buy enough boxes of cocoa mix,new era europe, crakers,new era cap, and pop tarts to make a dozen DIY MRE's every other week if need be. The buillon cubes and coffee come 24 to a package so you can get 12 24 DIY MRE's out of them before they need to be replaced.The main "cost" to the DIY MRE is the Microwave Completes meal,new era snapback, the rest of the "ingerdients" average $.04 each per meal,new era europe, less if you can buy them in bulk or on sale.One of the great things about the Microwave Complete Meals is they can be eaten cold (like a regular MRE),new era cappelli italia, heated with an MRE heater (if you have them),new era outlet, by placing them in hot water,new era 59fifty, or by emptying the package into a canteen cup or mess kit and heating over the fire.jpiffr5 days agoReplyI like the idea,new era italia, but if you use these for a survival situation I would like to have the proper nutritional balance while I can. A hot tasty meal is preferable. That's why I would just buy a case of the real deal. You only have to replace them every 5 years,new era snapback, and it will make surviving much easier.I would use these when I need something convenient and quick. I will only be eating one,new era milano, maybe two,cappellino new era, on a camping or hiking trip, maybe traveling. So, the nutrional balance is not terribly important. Since I first wrote this Instructable I have done a lot more research on MRE's and how to build my own. I have put together another "Set" of DIY MRE's that are currently about 8 months old and are holding up fine. I am working on "MRE's on the Cheap Part Duex" Instructable For the "New and Improved MRE" which has a higher calories count, better variety, and uses some more homemade stuff. I am hoping to have it all photographed and written up in the next week or so.

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