rhed Posted January 30, 2014 Share Posted January 30, 2014 Due to the craziness in Atlanta the past 36 hours, I've started thinking about keeping food and water in my car for emergencies. (2 inches of snow, everyone let out of work/school at the same time, traffic jam, salt trucks couldn't get out on the roads, people stuck in their cars overnight or longer.) So I know there are foods that we turn to for little food emergencies (OMG HUNGRY = larabar or compliant beef jerky). Anyone have suggestions for nonperishable/less perishable foods that will provide a mini meal (or complete meal) if you're stuck somewhere without power? Whether it's on the interstate because you ran out of gas, or power went out and you can't cook, or tornado, or whatever -- those true emergencies that we don't plan for but can try to anticipate. I was thinking of the following: larabars and beef jerky (of course) tuna in pouches (anyone know offhand of a brand that makes tuna in pouches without soy?) dried fruit dried veggies / veggie chips coconut flakes What else could you keep in your car or home for those true emergencies? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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