Freeze dried coffee for food storage

Freeze dried coffee for food storage pouches and includes 20 filters

350 Areas of Survival Food Storage Coffee

Legacy Premium dehydrated/freeze dried survival food storage is sensible, convenient and appetizing. We provide great-tasting “instant” food storage for the survival supply. With PrepareWise you receive the cost effective per 2,000 calories. Just $.37/cup you may make coffee a part of your non-GMO freeze dried/dehydrated food storage. All Legacy Premium survival food storage is certified non-GMO. Our freeze dried/dehydrated foods have up to and including 25-year shelf existence.

Legacy coffee tastes fresh and it has a wealthy aroma, finishing any freeze dried/dehydrated food storage meal. Non-GMO coffee has a manual French press in situation of the power outage throughout a survival situation. Ground coffee comes packaged Mylar pouches and includes 20 filters each pouch yields 35 one-cup servings and it is sealed by having an oxygen absorber along with a nitrogen flush. If you like getting out of bed for your daily morning coffee then prepare now with the addition of non-GMO coffee for your survival food storage.

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Construct your dehydrated/freeze dried non-GMO survival food storage which means you don’t have to stop all of your daily comforts. The Legacy Premium coffee survival pack will give you 350 savory areas of tea. If you’re a person who doesn’t awaken until midway with the second mug of coffee then you’ll not wish to be left without non-GMO coffee inside your freeze dried survival food storage.

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Long Term Food Storage: Coffee


melissa comer: I stockpile coffee.Hubby and I love our cowboy coffee. Meaning percolater. I have vacuum sealed, instant jars, single tubes. Those are nice to have for different kits.

David Gonyeau: I'm right there with you pard, Tasters Choice is the way to go. It takes a little getting used to but it beats the head ache from no coffee. While you're getting used to the taste of instant, like Mr. Pablos says, you might want to start cutting back on how much you drink per day. I've gone from a bit over a gallon per day, to just under 2 cups or less per day. Cutting back on your caffeine habit in good times is far preferable to when the flying monkies start showing up.:-) Keep up the good work.

Rob Lambert: We have a ton of coffee in our preps. Both instant and other. We rotate it after a year. We don't freeze it. We keep it in original container on the shelf. In fact, 2 days ago I opened a can of Folgers from 2 years ago. Tastes great. We drink a lot of coffee. So much so that we use a commercial coffee pot with 2 burners lol. Though we don't use the second burner. I have 3 different off grid coffee pots that we use over fire or on the wood burning stove. Never rely on the expiration dates of foods. Over the 5 years we have been prepping hard core. We have sampled things years past expiration and had no ill effects, on MOST things. We did learn some things just wont last, but coffee wasn't one of them. Well at least at the 2 year mark.

James Pablos: Everyone should work up a tolerance for the taste of instant coffee. Once you get used to it, it is the best for a bug out bag or long-term survival situation. Good video!

Grizzly Prepper: James Pablos thanks! And just like ground or whole bean, not all instant coffee is created equal….I've tried quite a few from Folgers to the ridiculously expensive Starbucks. My favorite for taste and price is Nescafé Tasters Choice. Not quite dark enough though.:/

Misty Groves: The coffee I like best is ground coffee. The one I buy is Arabica medium ground. No fuss to brew. I put 2 teaspoons in a mug, pour boiling water in, stir, stand 5 minutes then pour out into another mug through a strainer. No fuss! Now in its orginal package (which isn't vacuum sealed!) it has a BBE date of 18 months. Obviously it would last much longer and probably would be just fine if vacuum sealed, kept dark and either fridge or very cool place -maybe in a garden shed in winter (in animal proof container) etc if grid down. Probably would last 3 years. But for very long term, instant makes sense. If SHTF I would like my favourite coffee for as long as possible though

June – JWW: Thank you, this video has answered my question on how to store coffee long term.👍👍

shinta201: all valid points

Ranger Up: I have recently started to grind my own coffee.  Got all the scoop on this from a friend that roasts his own beans.  But I do store good quality instant coffee for if the SHTF.  Coffee can be a great barter item.  I also store tea bags and loose tea as well.  I live on Southern California now but remember those 0 degree mornings when I lived back east.  Brrr!!  Good vid.

Jane thorson: Thanks for your video.