Author Topic: Canned Food, Dry Food, and Their REAL Shelf Lives  (Read 4158 times)

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Re: Canned Food, Dry Food, and Their REAL Shelf Lives
« Reply #15 on: December 05, 2010, 05:34:55 PM »
We get Nishiki rice in 18 lb bags and it fills 5 half-gallon jars plus one quart jar. With coffee we buy 3 lb whole bean coffee (grind ours fresh for each brewed 12 cup pot) and that fills 2 half-gallon jars. I love cashews and we buy them in quantity when on sale. We keep at least 3 half-gallon jars of cashews. We also jar pinto beans, kidney beans, soy nuts, pasta, corn meal and dehydrated peppers, tomatoes and onions. I don't think we have to worry if there is a depression ahead, got the food and water covered very well.  ;D

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