We have our winner and she has been contacted. Thanks to all the contestants who entered.
Acquiring enough nutritious foods for our family to consume during extended emergencies is always an issue. Those of us who take inventory of our prepper pantries like to account for how many meals per person we can make. Let’s face it, those large containers of dehydrated or freeze dried fruits and vegetables can make it difficult to calculate how many meals for each family member we can get. Not to mention, they can be difficult to circulate into our pantries.
EasyPrep Food Storage is the Simple Solution
The folks at The Ready Store have kept these concerns in mind and created a storable prepping system based on one person’s needs. EasyPrep food storage is simple: 1 person + 1 bucket = 1 month. This simplifies the prepping process and helps households prepare their pantries more efficiently. The EasyPrep System contains meals, fruits, veggies, pantry needs, drink mixes and even sweets – everything you want during a disaster. Check out all variety here.
What’s best about this prepping system is that the buckets contain smaller Mylar sealed serving packets that can be opened at different times. This keeps your food fresher for longer periods of time. And the buckets are stack-able too, keeping your food storage neat and tidy while protecting it from rodents and water.
What’s in the Bucket?
- 3 – Six Serving Pouches – Banana Slices
- 3 – Six Serving Pouches – Diced Apples
- 3 – Six Serving Pouches – Strawberry Slices
- 3 – Six Serving Pouches – Peach Slices
- 2 – Six Serving Pouches – Pineapple Chunks
This bucket has a whopping 78 servings from 5 varieties of freeze dried fruit and is calorie dense with 3,402 calories. Might I add, the estimated shelf life is 25+ years if properly stored.
What’s great about freeze-dried fruit is it can be eaten either dry, straight from the bag as a tasty, nutritious snack, or the fruit can be reconstituted and added to meals. To reconstitute, simply add fruit to warm water (either directly in the bag or in a bowl), let soak for 5 minutes, drain excess water, and enjoy!
Enter the giveaway below. You must leave a comment below on what ways you store fruits and vegetables for your pantry (Examples: Do you store dehydrated or freeze dried foods? Have you just started and are looking at what options you have? ) Then, you can either like our fan page on Facebook or Tweet about the giveaway.
Giveaway starts February 12th and ends March 1, 2014 at 12 PM EST. Open to all legal residents (18 years and older) of the United States.
The lucky winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter. Winner will be notified on March 17 by email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is selected.
Good luck everyone!