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Disaster Supplies Kit – 84 Serving Grab n’ Go Bucket

84 Serving Grab n’ Go Bucket – Perfect for your Bug Out Bag

Disaster Supplies Kit - Long Term Food Storage - 84 Serving Grab n' Go Bucket

  • Long Term Storage Food, perfect for disaster and emergency preparedness.

3 Servings per Day (1 Adult for 4 weeks, or 4 adults for 1 week)

Standard meal packages provide your family with 4 Adult servings

Stroganoff (8)
Creamy Chicken Pasta (8)
Chicken Teriyaki (8)
Cheesy Lasagna (8)
Chicken Ala King (8)
Cheesy Macaroni (8)
Creamy Potato Soup (8)
Brown Sugar Oatmeal (8)
Blueberry Pancakes (12)
Honey Glazed Granola (8)  

25-Year Shelf Life (With Proper Storage)

List Price: $ 150.00

Price: $ 150.00

33 Comments/Reviews

  • Loves to Read "cold country" says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Yuck, April 29, 2011
    This review is from: Disaster Supplies Kit – Long Term Food Storage – 84 Serving Grab n’ Go Bucket

    Ummm, the color of the food was a sickly green, and the taste was even worse. My son gagged through the whole meal and begged us not to make him eat any more. If you have a choice between starving and eating this, then go ahead and eat it. Otherwise, you might look into another long-term food storage product. I just can’t really recommend this “food”. Besides, every item they have in their packages contains wheat, which I’m allergic to, and there is little nutritional value. Sorry.

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  • wdworker1968 says:
    2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Horrible customer service, April 13, 2011
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    It has been almost two weeks since I ordered this food package and though I’ve emailed the seller twice they haven’t responded to the emails and haven’t shipped my item. There is no listed phone number to call them and it is obvious they have no intention of providing any level of customer service……beware, do not hit the purchase button!! I learned my lesson the hard way……I’m only rating the customer service and the seller, not the product itself….no idea if it is even any good. However, I’m rating the seller a one star because I can’t go any lower……

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  • Ethan Pidcock says:

    I’m cooking chicken teriyaki and most likely rice. What veg ought to I throw in there?

  • Darius Drew says:

    So i have this team project in school. I require to make a drought survival kit, but i cannot think of the items I want to put in it. Any help will be appreciated.

  • la yeeh ibarra says:

    If I fry onion, mushrooms, garlic etc in butter, and then include ambigu cream – will the butter and cream split? (butter seperate from the cream – leaving yellow buttery dots/areas in the sauce)

    Is there any way around this?

    I would then add the chopped tomatoes and cooked chicken in direction of the end.

    Thanks

    xx

    Thanks

  • Lindsay says:

    I utilised to have this at a regional restaurant and would love to make it myself !!!! Does anybody have a recipe? Thanks 🙂

  • Sumiko Rubinson says:

    If I fry onion, mushrooms, garlic and so forth in butter, and then add double cream – will the butter and cream split? (butter seperate from the cream – leaving yellow buttery dots/areas in the sauce)

    Is there any way about this?

    I would then include the chopped tomatoes and cooked chicken in the direction of the end.

    Thanks

    xx

    Thanks

  • El Taco Grande says:

    I have the following things:
    3 cliff bars,
    1 machete
    2 water bottles
    3 throwing knives,
    1 flashlight that you wind up and has a radio in it
    1 favorite pillow
    1 cool bandana
    2 extra pairs of socks and undies
    1 tent to hide in if zombies come

  • Kevin Zelnio says:

    I have got an offer from DEXXON OIL & GAS COMPANY They are providing falt,car,good package,however they are asking for visa fee,which is bothering me.Pl. help
    You will also receive standard employee benefits package (including health insurance for you and your family), and will be subject to(DOG) vacation policy as such package and policy are in effect from time to time.
    ?Quality single or family housing in company community.
    ?Personal effects shipment and excess baggage allowances.
    ?Access to some of the finest social and recreational facilities in United Kingdom.
    ?Free medical care in United Kingdom for you and your family for contract duration.
    ?Excellent educational assistance benefits with family status contracts.
    ?Complete meals also for you and your family as deemed Appropriate.
    ?Life insurance Policy.
    ?Maximum and efficient security both in work place and housing Community.

  • RannyHamilton says:

    I’m looking for an easy(ish) pasta dish. I want chicken and spinach in a creamy white sauce. Any recipes?

  • Gundown64 says:

    which one should i get?

  • Camila Missio says:

    If I fry onion, mushrooms, garlic etc in butter, and then add double cream – will the butter and cream split? (butter seperate from the cream – leaving yellow buttery dots/areas in the sauce)

    Is there any way around this?

    I would then add the chopped tomatoes and cooked chicken towards the end.

    Thanks

    xx

    Thanks

  • ME THE AWESOME says:

    I used to have this at a local restaurant and would love to make it myself !!!! Does anyone have a recipe? Thanks 🙂

  • Daniel Allam says:

    I’m looking for an easy(ish) pasta dish. I want chicken and spinach in a creamy white sauce. Any recipes?

  • joe hawkes says:

    I know a white wine is probably a good option, but would any red wines work? What about rose?

  • Destiny Foster says:

    I have made creamy chicken pasta carbonara. Can you reheat it? and also frezze it? Thank you

  • Love says:

    I can’t find the best place to buy everyday care gear and bug out bag gear online cause all the places I look online look bogos so I need help from u survivalist lol

  • A-Boogie says:

    I dlicked the maggot out, and took it to a waitress, who then took it to the head chef.
    She later returned offering free drinks, and apologizing.
    She did not mention what it was, but we all knew.
    Is it too late to do anything about this?
    This happened last night, in the evening.
    Thankyou.

  • Paige Johnson says:

    I have searched the internet for this recipe but cannot find one. Sure the chicken al forno recipe is there but I’m after the creamy chicken pasta version…. Maybe it doesnt exist. I just know my local italian restaurant serves it and its a yummy dish……

  • Joseph says:

    I have searched the internet for this recipe but cannot find one. Sure the chicken al forno recipe is there but I’m after the creamy chicken pasta version…. Maybe it doesnt exist. I just know my local italian restaurant serves it and its a yummy dish……

  • Brandon Estwick says:

    There may be a few candidates like Joleon Lescott’s inexplicable handball, maybe either of Wolves own goals, but the award for me has to go to another Liverpool player.
    This is a disturbing trend and while I may be accused of bias (which I don’t have), it must be expected that given their indifferent form, Liverpool players and manager are likely to feature in the back pages for all the wrong reasons.

    This week it’s David N’gog for me, although he did play reasonably well and grabbed a goal to stake a more permanent claim in the starting line-up. His decision to dive to win a penalty, has once again put Liverpool back in the limelight for the wrong reasons.
    Whatever it is, diving is a problem and he isn’t gonna endear himself to neutral fans and even some of his own, would be embarrassed by his actions.

    He may have thought it smart, but he’s the real wally.
    Here are some pics of the dive and other action from the game.

    1) The slide. Lee Carsley slides in, notice the lack of contact.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/10/article-1226511-07268ACC000005DC-126_468x342.jpg

    2) Dive Bomber. N’gog launches himself into the air.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/10/article-1226511-07269565000005DC-939_468x347.jpg

    3) Puzzled. Even the home fans are puzzled by what he was trying to do.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/09/article-1226485-072678FD000005DC-661_468x286.jpg

    4) Say What. Neither could Steve Carr believe it.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/10/article-1226511-07268C38000005DC-655_468x286.jpg

    5) Point Taken. Stevie G made no mistake from the spot.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/10/article-1226511-072680B0000005DC-528_468x286.jpg

    6) Starting Well. N’gog did do his job with this goal early on.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/09/article-1226485-072661AD000005DC-434_468x286.jpg

    7) We Love Benitez. Blues fans love their own Benitez who scores with this header.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/09/article-1226485-072657FC000005DC-187_468x286.jpg

    8) Cameron Blast. Jerome Cameron blasted Birmingham into a shock lead.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/09/article-1226485-072667DD000005DC-44_468x294.jpg

    9) Another Angle. Another look at his dive.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/10/article-0-07268B06000005DC-29_468x326.jpg

    10) Bundle of Heep. Ngog scores a 10 with this sprawling act.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/11/10/article-0-07267ECD000005DC-269_468x304.jpg

  • Maddi Carr says:

    My Survey

    1. What portion size do you prefer?
    a. Individual
    b. One large portion
    c. Sharing size

    2. How many people would you like it to serve?
    a. 0-2 people
    b. 2-4 people
    c. 4-6 people
    d. 6 + people

    3. What culture of food would you like to see on the market?
    a. Indian
    b. Italian
    c. Chinese
    d. Mexican
    e. English

    4. Would you prefer?
    a. Sweet
    b. Savoury

    5. What standard of product would you prefer?
    a. Economy
    b. Standard
    c. Luxury

    6.Would you like the product for a specific occasion?
    a. dinner party
    b. buffet
    c. normal dinner

    7. How would you like it to be eaten?
    a. finger food
    b. plate
    c. knife + fork

    8. Would the type of packaging be important?
    a. Yes
    b. No
    c. Don’t Mind

    9. What do you feel would be an appropriate cost?
    a. £1-£2
    b. £2-£3
    c. £3-£4
    d. £5+
    e. £10

    10. What course of your meal would you prefer?
    a. Appetiser
    b. Starter
    c. Main
    d. Dessert

    11. How would you like your dish served?
    a. Hot
    b. Chilled
    c. Ambient

  • Vices I Admire says:

    This is for a portable Survival Kit, not a list of stuff you’d have in your bunker.
    I’m making mine this weekend and I’m trying to see if there’s anything I forgot.
    Ibhietala – I figured i’d have one in a pack in the house and one for the car – because in all honesty, I doubt i’d be able to get very far in a car (I live in the middle of the city of Los Angeles). And that way if I do manage to get into my car and actually get out alive, i’d have double the supplies (the pack I grabbed from my house as well as the pack I had in the car).

  • Danny Smith says:

    I’m looking for an easy(ish) pasta dish. I want chicken and spinach in a creamy white sauce. Any recipes?

  • Spider Pc says:

    My friends bday is coming up and im making her a survival kit. Like putting a label around a bottle of lotion and making something up, and I need help! Thnx!

  • Taylor Vause says:

    I’m looking for an easy(ish) pasta dish. I want chicken and spinach in a creamy white sauce. Any recipes?

  • kirei_lv1 says:

    I adopted a 1-2 month old pup from the pound 7 days ago. She was spayed (due to TN law) and came home 4 days later. On her very first night with us she was very sick. She vomited, was lethargic, and had diarrhea (but at this point not bloody). I took her to the vet the next morning and she had no fever but her stool became bloody. She has been in the hospital for 3 days now and has run up a sizable bill but I don’t trust myself enough for home therapy. The vet reported today that she did have more diarrhea last night and little more vomiting but she is now showing interest in her food, sniffing at it and such, but not eating it.This gives me hope. I have been researching parvo and I know how deadly this disease is for young pups who haven’t been vaccinated but the fact that she is now showing interest in her food, even if she isn’t eating it, gives me so much hope. Now I am just wondering if this hope is well warranted or if someone out there had a similar experience and their pup passed away. Any input would be helpful.

  • Ben P says:

    I am seeking information on what survival kits are available or watermakers or water rations, etc. Thanks, Sue

  • paige ault says:

    I have searched the internet for this recipe but cannot find one. Sure the chicken al forno recipe is there but I’m after the creamy chicken pasta version…. Maybe it doesnt exist. I just know my local italian restaurant serves it and its a yummy dish……

  • Dominique Cooper says:

    I’m looking for an easy(ish) pasta dish. I want chicken and spinach in a creamy white sauce. Any recipes?

  • Ashley Hudson says:

    even if you know a recipe thats like it,
    its the restaurant with the fried chicken and greenbeans and mashed potatos and other stuff. the reastaurant is at the end of main street if you turn left its right there, the sause is really creamy and is kind of a white green colour it might have pesto in it not sure. it does have chicken in it though.

  • Kristina Bracamontes says:

    Using boneless chicken breasts and curly pasta

  • conrad says:

    Went out for food yesterday and father in law had this, looked amazing….

    Anyone know a recipe (it was very creamy)

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