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I live in earthquake CA.    After recently being diagnosed and seeing Harvey I was wondering what are good gluten free disaster kits or options.  I'm looking for meals that will fill me up like a regular (or close to) meals and will last for at least two weeks.

I see some on Amazon.   But wondering if there are more lower cost options out there from other places (like REI, etc.).   I don't live in a house where I can stockpile and takes up a lot of space.   So I'm looking for products where I can add water (freeze dried).    Maybe put in a backpack.

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Meal Replacement Shakes in powdered form, Non Dairy Vegan Protein Bars, Mountain House makes Breakfast gluten-free options of Freeze Dried Eggs, Sealed Nut Butters in jars, Dried Veggie chips, Canned Progresso soups with gluten-free options, Canned tuna/salmon/meats, Bags of dried seeds/nuts.  NON dairy bars and shakes tend to have a longer shelf life depending on the fats used in them, storing them in a fridge or freezer extends it to years. Same with Nuts and seeds store them vacuum sealed in a freezer for long term, or keep a large stock and use them on rotation so you always have a few months supply of fresh  (I do this) I also keep stocks of like Miracle Noddle MRE soup and noodle kits not a lot of calories but good comfort food. NOTE, seeds and nuts keep longer raw, I normally buy raw and roast them few lbs at a time as I need them, not like they have to be roasted. But this way you do not have to worry about them going rancid as fast.

Long term Emergency intended options from mountain house and Augason Farms, Click the Gluten Free check box but all the plain meats are, the plain eggs, and they have some gluten-free entrees
https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/entrees.html

https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/breakfasts.html

http://www.augasonfarms.com/Gluten-Free

^has some GREAT options for EVERYTHING......I am going to get some of the veggies lol simplify soup making. Hindsight stick with Augason Farms over Mtn House, they claim they do testing for the gluten-free catagory. But Mtn House has some more options, bit of a trade.

 


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44 minutes ago, Ennis_TX said:

Meal Replacement Shakes in powdered form, Non Dairy Vegan Protein Bars, Mountain House makes Breakfast gluten-free options of Freeze Dried Eggs, Sealed Nut Butters in jars, Dried Veggie chips, Canned Progresso soups with gluten-free options, Canned tuna/salmon/meats, Bags of dried seeds/nuts.  NON dairy bars and shakes tend to have a longer shelf life depending on the fats used in them, storing them in a fridge or freezer extends it to years. Same with Nuts and seeds store them vacuum sealed in a freezer for long term, or keep a large stock and use them on rotation so you always have a few months supply of fresh  (I do this) I also keep stocks of like Miracle Noddle MRE soup and noodle kits not a lot of calories but good comfort food. NOTE, seeds and nuts keep longer raw, I normally buy raw and roast them few lbs at a time as I need them, not like they have to be roasted. But this way you do not have to worry about them going rancid as fast.

Long term Emergency intended options from mountain house and Augason Farms, Click the Gluten Free check box but all the plain meats are, the plain eggs, and they have some gluten-free entrees
https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/entrees.html

https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/breakfasts.html

http://www.augasonfarms.com/Gluten-Free

^has some GREAT options for EVERYTHING......I am going to get some of the veggies lol simplify soup making. Hindsight stick with Augason Farms over Mtn House, they claim they do testing for the gluten-free catagory. But Mtn House has some more options, bit of a trade.

 

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