Homemade Survival Rations – Cheap & Keeps Indefinitely?

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Here’s how to make homemade survival rations that are inexpensive to make and keep for ages. #emmymade

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I adapted this recipe from Packrat Papers by Lee Kelly.

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00:00 Intro
0:14 Sponsorship.
1:36 Thank you, Ann!
1:57 Packrat Papers.
2:05 What are we making?
2:22 Starting the recipe.
3:04 πŸ˜†
3:15 Heating up the wet ingredients.
4:06 Getting the hands involved.
4:34 Pressing the mixture into a pan.
5:15 Attempting to cut bars.
5:30 Plan B.
6:04 Drying instructions.
6:32 Foil time.
6:59 Bar tasting.
9:24 Hot cereal tasting.

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20 Replies to “Homemade Survival Rations – Cheap & Keeps Indefinitely?”

  1. It’s bad luck to pour anything back hand. Surprising that she doesn’t know this.

  2. Dried milk always gives me flashbacks to when I was a kid & we had hit some pretty rough financial times. Dried milk was much cheaper than fresh for 5 kids & 2 adults, so that’s what we had to drink.

    It was SO DISGUSTING 🀒 that I remember more than half a century later.

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  4. I love how everyone is so quick so point out that this recipe won’t last indefinitely and honestly.. I think Emmy knows that.. that’s why she put a question mark in the video title. Also since she did dehydrate the food it might last a bit in an air tight container or packaging like she mentioned but yeah definitely not indefinitely.

  5. I definitely would stay away from adding sugar. sugar naturally sucks in moisture which leads to mold and nasty things. and with the gelatin double-y so.

  6. yall are too expectant of things. nothing will actually last forever, you should know that, if it's for an emergency, you make it a few times and stock up on it. it will at least last you until you need it or want it. Emmy, this was a wonderful idea!!! And theres tons of options to make your own ration 😊

  7. Your quality of recipes have really gone downhill. Limited ingriedients and little work required.

  8. Is the jello just for flavor? If so, I feel like it'll taste better if it was less sweet.

  9. why a citrus flavor? if imagine strawberry or peach would go better with oats… especially when rehydrated

  10. Emmy. Take some of this and put it up for about a year and come back and re-visit it. Tell us what it's like then. My bet is that it's pretty awful.

  11. These seem like a homemade vesion of nature valley granola bars with how they refused to stay together

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