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    Default WTB freeze dried sausage but ...

    Amazon charges $20 more a can but Walmart is out of it.

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Emergency...34-oz/47157537

    have not found a place that competes well with the Walmart price.

    http://m.ebay.com/sch/scotred2012/m....62&_mwBanner=1 quit selling freeze dried sausage.

    The stuff is great.

    Boil water. Add butter and stuffing mix and chicken or sausage.

    It is a meal with some real calories.

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    I like stuffing mix a lot more than the Lipton sides.

    Freeze dried meat meat is a lot lighter than in the foil packets.

    Butter or olive oil lasts me three days even in warm weather if I pack it in a ziplock.

    The taco meat works great with various freeze dried beans and lentils and a tortilla.

    So does the chicken.

    I just wanted some pork/sausage for variety.

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    Wow prime rib survival food, now that's my type of surviving (comes up in that second link)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starchild View Post
    Wow prime rib survival food, now that's my type of surviving (comes up in that second link)
    :}

    yes. just not bulk economy food

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    packit gourmet sells freeze dried beef. https://www.packitgourmet.com/Freeze...ound-Beef.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcdennis View Post
    packit gourmet sells freeze dried beef. https://www.packitgourmet.com/Freeze...ound-Beef.html
    there is a lot of beef and chicken.

    But sausage at $32 for two pounds is hard to find.

    At fifty, yes. But that is the same product as at $32.

    It seems like someone besides Walmart should have a similar price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethesis View Post
    But sausage at $32 for two pounds is hard to find.

    At fifty, yes. But that is the same product as at $32.

    It seems like someone besides Walmart should have a similar price.
    Looks like at the Walmart link they originally charged $39.95, so your 2nd post of $40 makes sense. Perhaps they were just trying to clear it out or had some that needed to be sold quickly and thus reduced it in price?

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    You live in a civilized part of the world.
    Go to World Market and buy individual servings of shelf stable 1.75 oz. summer sausage and 3.0 oz. ham. Slice & dice and add to just about anything. Instant refried beans really perk up with the added meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutalguyracing View Post
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    $120+ for the same amount and out of stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyGr View Post
    Looks like at the Walmart link they originally charged $39.95, so your 2nd post of $40 makes sense. Perhaps they were just trying to clear it out or had some that needed to be sold quickly and thus reduced it in price?
    That makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethesis View Post
    Walmart had free shipping. This has +$6.00 for shipping.

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    You do realize that almost every grocery store in the US stocks summer sausage. This is what I buy most of the time for my meat and its high fat content. I usually buy a 1 lb version for a 4 day resupply. It tastes great and I have never yet tired of it. No need for cooking (I don't carry a stove for a variety of reasons) as it is already cooked. Have never had it spoil yet. And it costs a small fraction of what you are talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyoming View Post
    You do realize that almost every grocery store in the US stocks summer sausage. This is what I buy most of the time for my meat and its high fat content. I usually buy a 1 lb version for a 4 day resupply. It tastes great and I have never yet tired of it. No need for cooking (I don't carry a stove for a variety of reasons) as it is already cooked. Have never had it spoil yet. And it costs a small fraction of what you are talking about.
    Good point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venchka View Post
    You live in a civilized part of the world.
    Go to World Market and buy individual servings of shelf stable 1.75 oz. summer sausage and 3.0 oz. ham. Slice & dice and add to just about anything. Instant refried beans really perk up with the added meat.
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    Yep, I agree with this suggestion. Simple and safe.

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    They also have cheese in the same bins.
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