I love freeze-dried food. It's lightweight, easy to carry or pack a lot of it, it stores for a long time (between 15-30 years, depending on process, type of food, and storage), usually is delicious, and is quite simple and quick to make under almost all circumstances. The one downside is that it seems expensive, although considerably less so if you compare the cost of a pouch to what you just paid for lunch at the drive through. But there's a dirty little secret when it comes
I got in the car tonight to head home at the end of a training class, and hadn't even pulled out of the driveway when I heard the DJ come on and announce that everyone should “head to the store right now and buy out the water, buy out the milk and bread” because of the “large” snow storm that's supposed to hit this part of the state tonight. You know, the storm system that the weather service has been following for at least five days. That was supposed to hit us last night bu
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