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The Ultimate Survival Food: Rice in Mylar 101

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Mylar bags and rice is the cheapest, most practical prepping food every prepper should have several buckets of. I provide a fast
tutorial on how to store rice for 30 + years. This is but one method that requires a few tools, the tools pay themselves off quickly in bulk purchases. If you want to use this method than you get pick up what you need below.I use the smaller mylar bags because its much easier to work with and makes more sense when you go to actually use it. SUPPORT THE CHANNEL BY GEARING UP BELOW!

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8 thoughts on “The Ultimate Survival Food: Rice in Mylar 101

  1. Rice? it may “MAY” have a long shelf life, but white rice is probably the
    most nutritionally void food to depend on.
    Who cares if it has a 30 year shelf life (more like 8 years)? There are
    far better solutions for SHTF food supplies. For example beans can be
    stored for 8 years also, but have a magnitude more nutritional value than
    white rice.

  2. Freeze it for 3 days and allow it to de-frost before vacuum sealing. Makes
    sure all the creepy crawlies are dead.

  3. cool video,. as a guy who uses depot buckets for many years I can say they
    degrade. especially in the sun. I hope I did not ruin your day. still a
    cool video

  4. Do this also with corn kernals from a livestock feed store in 50lb bags for
    $10. , , , and flour , , , aftermath mix , add water n bake and u got corn
    bread

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