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Old 20 April 2018, 00:27
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Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
My Hawk Vittles just arrived.

“Eat by” date is April 2019. Super sucker bag has air in it. Not like MT.

I will have one for lunch Saturday.
Yep, they are good for about a year. You can throw them in the freezer and they keep longer. I get them for hikes not to stockpile.
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Old 21 April 2018, 14:34
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The bison stew was more than eatable.

The bag started leaking after l added hot water.

Turkey tetrazzini Is still my all time MH favorite!
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Old 21 April 2018, 15:16
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The Church of the LDS is famous for their stockpiling of food for hard times. They maintain a series of 101 kitchens nationwide that offer a range of canned food staples that have a very long shelf-life (up to 30 years).

These #10 cans are very good for long-term storage. Just be sure that they are kept cool and DRY. While a tad on the spendy side, if you can road-trip to one of the kitchens there would be a substantial savings on shipping.

Here's the menu of what they offer for sale

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