For the purpose of comparison to other food storage supplies, this Vegan 1 Year Food Supply provides one adult with 1930 calories per day for 365 days.
Most of these food items will stay good for up to 25 years if stored at 35° to 60° F. Some of the food items have a shorter shelf-life and are labeled with their shelf-life at the end of their title in the food list below. Higher temperatures and fluctuations in temperature will shorten the life of the food.
Strong Metal Cans Keep Food Protected
Each metal can comes with a plastic lid that once the can is opened, can be used to reseal the can for continued use for up to a year after opening the can. These cans are specially designed and coated to preserve the color, texture, and fresh flavor of preserved food. The cans can be opened on either end.
This primary food supply is for people wanting a healthy plant based food supply for emergencies or disasters. We have powdered eggs and powdered milk available to supplement this supply if you would like that.
Vegan Food Supply for 1 year is for anyone wanting a safe, healthy, plant based food supply that you know will be there waiting for you when you need it most. With uncertain times ahead, having a healthy food supply for you and your family is one of the most important things you can do to prepare and provide for your family. All the money you may have saved will do you no good if no food is available to purchase.
You can easily add to this supply individual items that you might like to have like fuits, vegetables, grains, eggs, milk, cheese, etc. Simply browse our Supplementary Supplies section of our Food Storage menu and find the food items you want and add them to the cart.
This primary food supply of emergency food storage is for one person for one year or two people for six months. It provides the versatility of cooking your own meals by including baking and cooking staples.
You should keep on hand about two gallons of oil and be using and replacing it to keep it fresh. Coconut oil will keep the longest without going rancid.
Our supply contains dried, dehydrated, and freeze dried foods under the following categories: fruits, vegetables, pasta, beans, rolled grains, seasonings, and more! See the full list of products below.
The supply provides 9 servings and 1930 calories per day.
If you want to make bread, you can grind up the seven grain mix or the cracked grain cereal to make fresh flour. We have available (not included) a nice hand crank grain mill you might want to add to your emergency supplies. Don't forget to keep an extra can opener with your emergency supplies to open the cans.
|Vegetable Stew Blend (potato dices, cabbage flakes, onion, carrots, celery, mixed bell peppers, and tomato flakes)||4||#10 Can - 33 oz|
|16 Bean Soup Mix (pinto, small red, small white, great northern, large lima, baby lima, kidney, black turtle, pink, yellow split and green split peas, lentils, and black eye peas)||2||#10 Can - 84 oz|
|Whole Sweet Garden Peas, Dried||2||#10 Can - 49 oz|
|Broccoli, Dried||2||#10 Can - 27 oz|
|Cauliflower, Freeze Dried||1||#10 Can - 5 oz|
|Carrot Dices, Dried||2||#10 Can - 38 oz|
|Green Beans, Dried||3||#10 Can - 20 oz|
|Sweet Corn, Dried (Non-GMO)||2||#10 Can - 40 oz|
|Celery, Dried||1||#10 Can - 18 oz|
|Spinach Flakes||2||#10 Can - 12 oz|
|Mushrooms||1||#2.5 Can - 3 oz|
|Apple Slices, Dried||3||#10 Can - 17 oz|
|Applesauce, Dried||2||#10 Can - 44 oz|
|Peach Dices, Dried||2||#10 Can - 52 oz|
|Banana Slices, Freeze Dried||2||#10 Can - 14 oz|
|Mixed Peppers, Dried (Sweet red and green)||1||#10 Can - 20 oz|
|Regular Rolled Oats||2||5 gal Bucket - 20 lb|
|6 Grain Rolled Cereal (red wheat, rye, oats, barley, triticale, white wheat)||1||5 gal Bucket - 20 lb|
|9 Grain Cracked Cereal (hard red wheat, soft white wheat, barley, oats, corn, millet, flax, buckwheat, and rye. Non GMO product. No preservative added.)||1||5 gal Bucket - 31 lb|
|White Long Grain Rice||1||5 gal Bucket - 36 lb|
|Wheat Spaghetti Pasta||2||#10 Can - 51 oz|
|Wheat Elbow Macaroni Pasta||2||#10 Can - 50 oz|
|Hard Red Wheat||1||5 gal Bucket - 36 lb|
|Popcorn (Non-GMO)||1||5 gal Bucket - 38 lb|
|Cornmeal (Non-GMO)||1||#10 Can - 72 oz|
|Pinto Beans, Dried||1||5 gal Bucket - 34 lb|
|Black Turtle Beans, Dried||1||#10 Can - 90 oz|
|Navy Beans, Dried||1||#10 Can - 90 oz|
|Refried Beans, Dried||2||#10 Can - 40 oz|
|Lentils, Brown||1||5 gal Bucket - 36 lb|
|Garbanzo Beans||1||#10 Can - 80 oz|
|Split Green Peas||1||5 gal Bucket - 37 lb|
|Flax Seed, Brown (Omega-3 essential fatty acids and Lignans) (shelf life: 10 years)||1||#10 Can - 76 oz|
|Chopped Onions||1||4 lb #10 Can|
|Garlic Granules||1||18 oz #2.5 Can|
|Tomato Powder (Add water to make tomato paste or sause)||1||#10 Can|
(Spices, chili peppers, salt, garlic, dextrose, onion, silicon dioxide)
|1||16 oz #2.5 can|
|Real Salt (sea salt)||1||32 oz #2.5 Can|
|Brown Sugar||1||67 oz #10 Can|
Baking Powder (aluminum free) (5 year shelf life)
(Calcium acid phosphate baking soda, cornstarch)
|1||30 oz #2.5 Can|
|Saf-Instant Yeast (5 year shelf life)||1||1 lb. package|
Packaged in a plant that handles milk, wheat, eggs, soy, and tree nut products.
The #10 cans are 6 3/16 inches in diameter and 7 inches in height. This type of can will hold about 3 quarts (12 cups; 3/4 of a gallon; 2.8 liters).
The #2.5 cans are 4 1/16 in diameter and 4 11/16 inches in height. This type of can will hold about 3.5 cups (0.84 liters).
The freeze dried vegetables can be prepared by placing food in a small pot with a little over twice the amount of water as food. Example: 1/2 cup of freeze dried broccoli and 1.1 cups of water. Heat the pot until it comes to a boil and remove from heat. Let cool for about 10-15 min. before serving. Freeze dried fruits can be eaten dry or placed in warm water for about 15 min.
Dried vegetables like the potato dices and vegetable stew blend will need to be soaked in water for 10 min., then brought to a boil. Boil in 4 times the amount of was to food. Example: 1/2 cup of dried stew to 2 cups of water. Simmer covered for about 10 min. or until tender. Dried fruits can be eaten dry or added to cereal before or after cooking.
Dry beans will need to be cooked before eating. To save on cooking fuel, we recommend soaking your beans over night in water. This causes beans to release enzymes that begin to break down their complex carbohydrates into simple sugars allowing faster cooking, better digestion, and less flatulent production. To speed up this process, add twice as much water as the beans and bring to a simmer. Turn off burner and let sit for about 2 hours. The beans will soak up the water as they would soaking them over night.
After soaking beans, drain and rinse several times. Place beans in pot and add enough water to cover the beans by about an inch of water over them. Bring water to a boil and reduce heat and simmer for about 90 min. Test for softness. Simmer for another 30 min. testing every 10 min. until soft. If you have a pressure cooker pot, you can cook them in about 20 min once they are up to pressure.
Freeze dried food has 98% of its water removed. Dried food has 95% of its water removed for vegetables and 80% for fruits. Freeze dried foods retain their original size, shape, color, taste, and texture. Dried foods are shriveled in size as the moisture is removed so they take up less space. Freeze dried foods rehydrate faster than dried foods do.
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