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Do You Have a Gluten-Free Emergency Food Kit?

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Do you have an emergency survival kit at home should disaster strike? Does that include drinking water and gluten-free provisions for at least a few days?

The fallout from the latest string of disasters still looms over parts of America; over Houston, Florida and neighboring states devastated by Hurricanes and by resulting floods; and over northern California communities devastated by wildfires.

That got us thinking about emergency kits. Gluten-Free-free emergency kits, to be precise.

What's in Your Emergency Gluten-Free Food Kit? 

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I have Julian Bakery Bars, Miracle Noodle MRE, I also have cans of freeze dried eggs. Gluten Free Emergency kits, Mountain House, Thrive, and Augason Farms (used to) have gluten free options of freeze dried foods. Make sure you check the box or look at the gluten-free versions of selections but they have like 5-10year shelf life.
http://www.glutenfreeemergencykits.com/
https://www.thrivelife.com/shop
https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/entrees.htmlhttps://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/breakfasts.html
https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/breakfasts.html

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On 11/24/2017 at 11:57 AM, Ennis_TX said:

I have Julian Bakery Bars, Miracle Noodle MRE, I also have cans of freeze dried eggs. Gluten Free Emergency kits, Mountain House, Thrive, and Augason Farms (used to) have gluten free options of freeze dried foods. Make sure you check the box or look at the gluten-free versions of selections but they have like 5-10year shelf life.
http://www.glutenfreeemergencykits.com/
https://www.thrivelife.com/shop
https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/entrees.htmlhttps://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/breakfasts.html
https://www.mountainhouse.com/m/category/breakfasts.html

Thanks for the great tips Ennis.

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15 minutes ago, Awol cast iron stomach said:

Thanks for the great tips Ennis.

Yeah I got the cans of this in stock on a shelf in the back,  http://www.thrivelife.com/dried-egg.html
I just recently was shown the GlutenFreeemergencyKits site by admin on this post, I am looking at getting their vanilla powder (damn cheap compared to a spice shop). I am looking forward to getting some more freeze dried veggies, I used to buy from another company the things are glorious for cooking soups, like you put a tbsp in the boiling water and it turns into cups of veggies when it re hydrates. Thrive has a lovely selection, unsure if they will expand like the others I used to use but the mushrooms, tomato powder, kale, etc has me excited. HUGE shelf life, I think they are even good for a year after opening. The tomato powder, you mix 1:4 with water and make a sauce....epic in soups or just sprinkling from a shaker over eggs.

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Ennis_TX said:

Yeah I got the cans of this in stock on a shelf in the back,  http://www.thrivelife.com/dried-egg.html
I just recently was shown the GlutenFreeemergencyKits site by admin on this post, I am looking at getting their vanilla powder (damn cheap compared to a spice shop). I am looking forward to getting some more freeze dried veggies, I used to buy from another company the things are glorious for cooking soups, like you put a tbsp in the boiling water and it turns into cups of veggies when it re hydrates. Thrive has a lovely selection, unsure if they will expand like the others I used to use but the mushrooms, tomato powder, kale, etc has me excited. HUGE shelf life, I think they are even good for a year after opening. The tomato powder, you mix 1:4 with water and make a sauce....epic in soups or just sprinkling from a shaker over eggs.

 

 

Wow neat site with your positive words and others positive reviews.

Thanks admin and Ennis.

In addition to making sure we know how to prep (hopefully for things no one will have to experience) this is helpful for traveling &a camping as some of you point out. 

Im still very much trying to process all of this (takes some time) but seeing how you all rise above and adapt to continue to enjoy as many aspects of life is truly inspiring.

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26 minutes ago, Awol cast iron stomach said:

Wow neat site with your positive words and others positive reviews.

Thanks admin and Ennis.

In addition to making sure we know how to prep (hopefully for things no one will have to experience) this is helpful for traveling &a camping as some of you point out. 

Im still very much trying to process all of this (takes some time) but seeing how you all rise above and adapt to continue to enjoy as many aspects of life is truly inspiring.

OMG I never thought of the camping aspect of this, you really only need some of the veggies mixed up in a ziplock bag measured for a soup then bring water to a boil and bam the whole cooking outdoor experience, simple and gluten free, No need to worry about keeping your produce cool......all these years of taking at mini fridge with on the back of a wheelchair carrier mounted to my  car when I left town for longer then 2 days.

You just opened up a simpler window I had overlooked. NOW will it work in a microwave >.<, thinking boil reconstitute the veggies, then use in other dishes....I WANT TO EXPIRMENT now.

NOTE if anyone gets dry proportions down for soups with these freeze dried veggies, we need a cook book of how much of each in the pot for soups lol.

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2 minutes ago, Ennis_TX said:

OMG I never thought of the camping aspect of this, you really only need some of the veggies mixed up in a ziplock bag measured for a soup then bring water to a boil and bam the whole cooking outdoor experience, simple and gluten free, No need to worry about keeping your produce cool......all these years of taking at mini fridge with on the back of a wheelchair carrier mounted to my  car when I left town for longer then 2 days.

You just opened up a simpler window I had overlooked. NOW will it work in a microwave >.<, thinking boil reconstitute the veggies, then use in other dishes....I WANT TO EXPIRMENT now.

NOTE if anyone gets dry proportions down for soups with these freeze dried veggies, we need a cook book of how much of each in the pot for soups lol.

Yay ! All the help you give me I finally got to give back 😀

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