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Protein. Power. Healthy too!

When a crisis gets tough, this is one item you'll want in your food storage plan.

In an emergency situation, access to fresh protein can be hard to come by. This Ready Hour Black Bean Burger Mix Case Pack gives you a high protein meal solution. It can be used in any recipe that calls for fresh ground meat! Take a resealable pouch or two out on a camping adventure. Or use for evening grilling.

Made with black beans, rice, oats, vegetables and savory seasonings, your whole crew will fill up easily on this tasty meal. Keep a case on your pantry shelf for whenever you need a healthier, high fiber alternative to meat for your family.

The mix stays fresh for up to 25 years and up to 1 year after opening with its zipper pouch top.

These Black Bean Burger Mix Case Pack boxes are 7 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 9 inches. NET WT. 7.20 oz (204.1g) per pouch. Weight is 3.2 pounds.

Black Bean Burger Case Pack Meal Benefits:

Bulk cases with multiple pouches
Ultimate in convenience and choice
Easy to prepare
Family Favorite
Ideal for off-grid use
Up to 25-year shelf-life unopened
Up to 1-year shelf-life after opening
Resealable zipper top pouches
Includes 6 pouches
6 servings per pouch
Requires no refrigeration
Made in the USA
Directions for Black Bean Burger Mix:

Discard the oxygen absorber packet immediately after opening.
Measure the correct amount of Black Bean Burger mix and warm water for the number of servings you are making
Thoroughly stir water and mix, and let stand for 10 to 15 minutes.
Form into patties.
Place each patty on a lightly oiled grill (375° F) for 3 to 4 minutes per side, or until golden brown.
Ingredients:

Black beans [black beans, salt], instant long grain white rice, quick oats, yellow peas, corn starch, onions, tomatoes, sea salt, chili powder [chili pepper, spices, salt, garlic, silicon dioxide, ethoxyquin], guar gum, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, yeast extract, xanthan gum, oregano, cayenne (ground red pepper, silicon dioxide, ethoxyquin).

It's best to store this emergency food in a dry, cool location — a dark area, if possible, at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions.

*0.4 gallons of water are needed to prepare entire case pack. Total calories 4,320.

Ready Hour case packs allow you to buy in larger quantities, without wasting what you don't use right away! These cases come with six resealable pouches of food with six servings each. This helps you maintain the shelf-life of your food until you're ready to cook it.

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They use this (colloidal silver) in cannabis seed production to make female seeds. FYI.

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You can make this yourself with a 9V battery, a silver coin, and some distilled water (look it up).
This company is always looking to assrape with whatever product of the week.

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So, it boils down to about $8 a pound for pancake mix huh ?
You can buy a helluva lot better stuff for that $8 a pound.

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Are these real tactical pancakes, or mall ninja pancakes?

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Nothing against Patriot supply but you’re way over paying. Get yourself some Mountain House if you want delicious food you’ll actually eat good for 25 years. Otherwise buy some Mylar bags, oxygen absorbers and bag your own whatever.

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Maybe to feed the hogs you are raising for real food. Corn is one of the worst veggies you can consume, nutritionally.

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Sounds good too me. Guessing some of you all just have not been that fucking hungry before.

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Sounds like you have been hungry for hours, not days. Junk food and empty calories are great for satisfying you until the next meal, not sustaining you until the next time you might eat....all the while probably performing strenuous activities. If this fell from the sky during a during a disaster, no one would look a gift horse in the mouth, but we are talking planning months, maybe YEARS before you might need the rations. Wouldn't making a better decision be prudent? Especially when most of the better options cost almost exactly the same?

Honestly you could assemble this same kit at Walmart for about $20 and it would last 5+ years (according to the label) without putting in mylar bags. Realistically and unless seals broken, it would last just as long as this 'food' regardless of the printed expiration date.

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Buy mountain house and buy it slowly. These big packages usually have a lot of cheap stuff like pancake mixes and granola. In a SHTF scenario are you really going to make pancakes? Or would boil water and eat be easier???

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Actually in a SHTF scenario you are more than likely going to be stuck at one place for long periods of time and without much to do. Preparing food and eating are time consuming activities which are helpful for coping in bad situations. Now, if you were on the move, in a hostile environment, etc then pancakes would not be optimal but something that did not need preparation like granola would be great.

But yes, I agree most of these survival food kits contain LOTS of crap filler, like pancakes that are nothing more than junk food to make you feel full as opposed to truly feeding / replenishing your body.

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Looks like a legitimate EDC

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I use these when playing Fallout 4. The ones in the game work better.

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This is an iodine pill not an...."anti-radiation tablet.

Wow, and people buy from these guys. I would not even trust their food with misleading product names like this.

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OK well, TECHNICALLY it's not beef, but I mean, you could mistake a horse for a cow on a dark night.

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For this price plus any shipping fees you may have, I could buy enough of the ingredients to make probably 100-150 muffins depending upon size. Just not worth the costs included within this "deal"

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Are these gluten and lactose free?

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If I'm down to just eating this concoction, I'm not really to concerned.

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Does any one know much about this company ?

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I know this is an old question however I will say that this company is a solid company and stands behind their products. They have good customer service too. I believe it's is founded by and the staff are veterans. Now as far as the argument regarding the products, what's the best, the goods and bad's and opinions about what one needs during a SHTF scenario that's up in the air and I am only speaking on the company itself. I've bought a few items over the past couple years and shipping and quality have been good.

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I just boil piss.

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Good man

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Bet it tastes better than Sgt Carter & Gomer Pyle mess hall chow “ It’s A Wonderful Day In The Neighborhood “ lol lol

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Cheaper to use all the stray cats in my neighborhood

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this is ridiculous. Anyone with a half a brain can find better emergency rations that have way more caloric intake for the money. Anyone who can follow a few steps also can, can and store your own food items that will taste much better. If weight or size is important simply buy your own food dehydrator and make your own shelf stable foods. As others have said worse case MRE's are a better option too. Most of the dehydrated and canned "emergency rations" have so very little calories and nutritional value for the space they take up. Its all a gimmick really, just like "astronaut ice cream"... lol. Again anyone with minimal skill and some free time can easily make their own emergency rations that contain much greater nutritional value and MUCH better taste. You can even add extra calories and or nutritional value by adding protein powders, carbs, minerals and additional vitamins.
Also you dont get as much added chemicals and preservatives. Sure, your home made food items may not have a 25 year shelf life but I dont care what brand or type rations they are, I wouldnt eat anything 25 years old... lol. But of course this is all just my opinion and experience.

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Do you ever watch Steve1989's reviews of MREs over on YT? I love how he stumbled on a freeze drier unit for cheap and made his own [some time in the first year of the Kung Flu pandemic, iirc?] Good stuff...

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Actual MREs were around 3000 calories so this is a terrible deal. Also, youre getting the same shitty choices of expired MREs that Marines did. Fuckin Army had the new buffalo chicken MREs that we would ratfuck a case for any chance we got.

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No they are not, and they are just as expensive

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I don't think MREs were ever 3000 calories (even if you eat EVERYTHING in the package), they do not put saltpeter in the water kill the sexual appetites of people during basic training, Mr. Rogers was not an army sniper, and there is no Geneva Convention rule against using .50 cals against personnel...no need to aim at belt buckles.

90 percent of the crap you heard in basic was BS. All the above came directly from the mouths of my drill sergeants and it was all false.

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SnakeEaters are real though right? But seriously point me to some decent MREs

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But but Secret Squirrels are!

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Ratfuck... there is a term I haven’t heard since rummaging through MREs back in the 90’s, trying to find one that wasn’t tuna or ham that would jar you up for a full week lol

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Super upset they don’t have vegan, soy free, wheat free, peanut free, egg free, gluten free, Keto-paleo friendly options. Not hip enough for men I guess I’ll just keep watching Phish concert reruns and keep Dreaming.

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dislike

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I cook this all the time when my in-laws come over.

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There's only 3 pounds in each can, hate it when people lie.

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#10 cans are not 10#

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Why would you keep pancake mix? It’s nutritionally pointless, it requires a flat skillet to cook, etc. This isn’t emergency preparedness it’s stupidity.

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Bunker buster gas after a can of this

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I am thinking about a few only because I spend that daily on eating lunch or dinner out. To cheep not to try

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25 year old broccoli cheesy farts in your bunker. Need a bigger vent fan

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I keep these next to my 10 gallon dehydrated water containers

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Looks like a good deal, but link takes me to something else.

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I have eaten some of these and I have eaten some horse & mule feed from the Feed store.
The horse and mule tasted better, cost less, and last just about as long.

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Years back, our office had this as emergency rations in California in case of earthquake.
It's like eating chewy sawdust, followed by stomach ache, and you shit bricks for 2 days afterwards.
Also seen the same in coast guard ration pack - this stuff would truly be 'last resort' food, and not food to be used to stockpile at your home or bunker.

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I guess I could eat OSB in an emergency if I had to. That is what this looks like.

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That's getting to be high dollar food of late ;-)

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Ive tried the westinghouse dehydrated eggs and bacon its edible, its hard to do shelf stable eggs that are good. Anyone eat this?Could you imagine starting to prepare for the apocalypse and bought like 10 box's of this but no chance on anything else before the fallout.......yum

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Looks like a solid deal on price. However, when I look at the six cans, they are all sugar filled. Sure you will need that in moderation but some protein with it would be nice.

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Tac-Mac...nice. But, where do you insert the Glock mags?

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Just buy MREs they are 25$ a box

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