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Wise 56 Meal One Month Freeze Dried Food Supply

Wise 56 Meal One Month Freeze Dried Food Supply

  • Just add water to cook
  • 25 year shelf life
  • Convenient Mylar pouch and nitrogen fill protet food for the long term
  • Provides a family of four two servings of food per day for a week
  • Free storage bucket is stackable and portable.

Includes family favorites such as stroganoff, cheesy macaroni, creamy chicken pasta, lasagna, blueberry pancakes and honey glazed granola. Great for emergencies, disaster preparedness or camping. Easy to prepare; just add water. Menu selection subject to change based on availability.”

List Price: $ 115.00

Price: $ 99.00

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11 Comments/Reviews

  • Delora says:

    Great post, cool webpage theme!

  • John G says:

    I’m looking for the best deals on Freeze-Dried-Food so I can stock up on it for my food storage.

    • Mark says:

      Wise food choice has the best food product, isolated in individual pouches to last 25 years at full calorie level.
      It lasts the longest and has the best calorie count for the dollar. I tried it and it taste the best by far. I even managed to get it at below internet pricing through a friend. Nice stacking buckets also.

  • Siobhan Holloway says:

    i’m planning on giving away my clownfish and getting a lionfish. Can they live with starfish and snails? Also, how do you train them to eat freeze dried food? mY mom doesn’t allow frozen. Also, I’m worried about their sting?
    We’re vegetarians!

  • NERO2808 says:

    i’m planning on giving away my clownfish and getting a lionfish. Can they live with starfish and snails? Also, how do you train them to eat freeze dried food? mY mom doesn’t allow frozen. Also, I’m worried about their sting?
    We’re vegetarians!

  • Chris Scutcher says:

    Is there a way to freeze dry food/fruit at home without spending $100,000 on a freeze dry machine? How do you get the water in frozen fruits to turn to gas without turning to water first? My kids love freeze dried fruits but the cost of buying them is unreal, so I thought (if possible) doing it at home would be cheaper. Anyone know how I could freeze dry foods at home.

    Thank you.

  • Ethan Smith says:

    I’m experimenting with freeze-drying… I cooked some eggs, put them in these metal cupcake holders and stuck em in the freezer for about a week… not sure if it will dry them, but I heard the moisture travels to the coldest part, which is the metal. I want to test out if they are completely dry.

    If I had some freeze-dried food and stuck it in the microwave, would it get soft or would it just get warm but stay hard?

  • Laurie says:

    I know ALL about breeding bettas and how long it takes and whatever, but what I don’t know is if freeze dried food will work just as good as live food. Everytime I look at how to breed bettas, the site says to feed them good, live food. One said freeze dried would work, but I didn’t see that on any others… Sooo, will freeze dried food work as good as live food?

  • Sunny Joy says:

    I know all foods must display a “Best Before” date by law, but does freeze dried food actually expire?

  • Annie L Benford says:

    I’m curious to know how they freeze dry whole foods and then turn it into powder.

  • Stella Sotelo says:

    I’m experimenting with freeze-drying… I cooked some eggs, put them in these metal cupcake holders and stuck em in the freezer for about a week… not sure if it will dry them, but I heard the moisture travels to the coldest part, which is the metal. I want to test out if they are completely dry.

    If I had some freeze-dried food and stuck it in the microwave, would it get soft or would it just get warm but stay hard?

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