All American with Dehydrating and Preparedness Accessory Package Includes:
SUN OVEN® eCookbook & Emergency Preparedness CD featuring 600 recipes, hundreds of pictures, video clips and much more has been developed by Cook’n, the award-winning and #1 best-selling recipe organizer
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A heavy duty 100 mill 7-gallon bucket. White BPA Free food grade plastic (bucket made from FDA compliant materials is not marked). Bucket stands approx. 19", base to rim. Fully assembled (bucket, lid) stands approx. 20". The base of bucket approx. 10.25". Gamma Seal lids allow easy spin-on spin-off access with O-ring gaskets. Available in 7 different colors. Gamma Seal lid is user installed (may require rubber mallet) but may be pre-installed for shipping efficiency.Gamma Seal lid is user installed (may require rubber mallet) but may be pre-installed for shipping efficiency.
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All American SUN OVEN® with:
SUN OVEN® eCookbook & Emergency Preparedness CD featuring 600 recipes, hundreds of pictures, video clips and much more which have been developed by Cook’n, the award-winning and #1 best-selling recipe organizer.
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An investment in your own survival
For the record, 1/2 cup of rice is about 300 calories. 1,500-2,000 calories/day will get you by just fine. Mixed with other foods such as beans, meat, and wheat, 1/2 cup per day will round out your new diet nicely.
There are roughly five 1/2 cup servings in 1lb of rice. This means for every 1lb of rice you have 5 days of stored rice, so by doing some simple math, we find that 73lbs of rice will last one person an entire year and a family of 4 will need about 300lbs of rice, 292lbs to be exact.
Comparing the top two non-electric distillers
50-lbs. = 100 cups of uncooked rice (7-Gal. Bucket)
Yield: 300 1-cup meals of rice Cost per serving: 4.6 cents
45-lbs. = 90 cups of uncooked beans (7-Gal. Bucket)
Yield: 270 1-cup meals of beans Cost per serving: 10 cents