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Grocery Store Finds for the Gourmet Prepper

Looking for shelf-stable gourmet foods and meal ideas? Variety is the spice of life,
and so it is with these suggestions you can enhance your meals with long shelf life
foods available at your local grocery store or available for delivery to your home.

Shelf Stable Foods for the Gourmet Prepper:

Delicious Grocery Store Food Finds for the Gourmet Prepper
Here is our recommendation of ten grocery store food finds for the gourmet Prepper:

  • Annie Chun's Miso Soup Bowl: With just a cup of water you can enjoy Fresh
    cooked Japanese style Udon noodles with tofu and scallions for lunch. It's
    100% natural, vegan and has no preservatives or MSG. Sometimes it's best
    not to follow the directions, as with this product which require you to drain the
    water from the noodles. Preppers know the importance of saving precious
    water and nutrients. Just use just a cup of water, mix the ingredients and let
    the bowl stand covered for a couple of minutes. Comes in a convenient bowl,
    which means there's no wash up required.

  • GoldBaum's Wonder Meals: Have a fully cooked Bone-in chicken dinner with
    all the trimmings in just minutes. Or try the cabbaged wrapped beef dinners,
    left, over rice. It boils in the bag. These delicious all-in-one dishes requires no
    refrigeration. It could be magic, but it is not. The technology to make Wonder
    Meals is more than 75 years in the making, yet the machinery, the design and
    the packaging for these meals is cutting edge. Travel conveniently and hassle-
    free with meals that boast a shelf life of up to 36 months.

  • Go Picnic Ready To Eat Salami and Cheese: A balanced meal featuring Old
    Wisconsin Beef Salami Slices, Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers, Asiago cheese
    spread, cashew medley of dried fruits and nuts and a chocolate cookie cluster.
    The food in GoPicnic meals contains no trans fats, no high fructose corn syrup,
    no added MSG, and no artificial colors or flavors. Each item inside is individually
    packaged and does not require refrigeration, heating, or preparation.

  • Look for other Go Picnic varieties, including: turkey stick, turkey
    pepperoni and cheese, tuna and crackers, hummus and crackers, and
    sunbutter and crackers.

  • Gourmet on the Go. From France, Gourmet on the Go ready to eat meals from
    St. Dalfour, include Eat Tuna & Pasta, Salmon pasta, whole grain with beans
    and more savory French cuisine in a can.

Fill your prepper's pantry with a variety of foods from freeze dried meats,
vegetables, and fruits; beef jerky and dehydrated vegetables and fruit; as well as
canned goods and shelf stable meals that are ready to heat and eat or ready to eat
straight from the container. Preparedness is variety.

  1. Canned Meats
  2. Canned liquids (coconut milk, pineapple juice)
  3. Milk and eggs (powdered)
  4. Cheese (waxed and powdered, Parmesean)
  5. Protein bars
  6. Canned, freeze dried and dehydrated meats
  7. Coffee, tea, Ovaltine, Tang and boullon
  8. Oils (coconut, ghee, butter in a can, lard and other oils)
  9. Whole Wheat flour
  10. Cereals, shredded wheat, cornflakes or rice cereal.
  11. Potato flour
  12. Corn as a grain (dried, popcorn)
  13. Corn as a vegetable (freeze dried or canned)
  14. Oats
  15. Bread crumbs and stuffings
  16. Shelf-stable, ready to eat meals
  17. Crackers
  18. Potato flakes and au gratin potatoes
  19. Rice
  20. Pastas
  21. Raisins, dried fruits and fruit strips
  22. Jams and jellies
  23. Canned fruits
  24. Canned vegetables
  25. Beans and legumes
  26. Nuts seeds and nut butters
  27. Honey
  28. Iodized salt
  29. Sugars and Molasses
  30. Spices and herbs
  31. Condiments
  32. Chocolates
  33. Vitamins
  34. Vodka
  35. Pemmican and coconut food bars
  36. Dry yeast
  37. Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and baking powder (leavening)

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