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u/Teerlys · 18 pointsr/preppers

The 100% best solution is to have a propane burner along with a High Pressure Hose so that you can use normal propane tanks that you'd get for your grill. Then keep maybe 3 of those full and ready to go and that will maintain your ability to use your stocks for a good while. (Note: I didn't dig too deep into direct compatibility of those two items. I just listed them as an example so you could see what I was talking about.)

Barring that... it's a question of shelf life vs cost. Obviously MRE's would be one of the better options, but they're pricey and it's best to store them in cool environments which may not be doable for everyone. Mainstay 2400 Bars are available at Walmart for $5 apiece and are fantastic for BOB's due to their hardiness, but surviving on those for any length of time would probably be miserable.

Dropping into normal foods... yeah, a well stocked and rotated pantry is the way to go.

  • Peanut Butter is high calorie, flavorful, and a thing most people can use regularly anyway. If you have forewarning you can try to snag extra bread from the grocery store. Barring that, YouTube how to make bread and get busy in the days leading out to the outage. I think whole wheats tend to last a bit longer, and I think things like wrapping the loaf in cling wrap then sealing it in Tupperware can help, but I'm not a baker so I can't say for sure.

  • Canned meats are a good call as the next in lineup. Tuna is obvious, but you can get canned chicken as well. Add some crackers into the mix and whatever seasoning you like (I'm a fiend for Lemon Pepper ) and those are meals on their own, though a bit pricey. Spam and tinned ham, while less pleasant uncooked, are also edible.

  • The good canned soups are fine right out of the can. Obviously they're less pleasant not being warmed, but that's actually something you can probably remedy to a degree just by having tea candles under them. There are also several camping stoves that do not require propane, and you can of course just have some sterno on hand too.

  • After that... well almost anything canned can work. Refried beans or Baked Beans cold out of the can are edible if not the most pleasant way to eat them. Good return on calories for those, and if you have a large family they are available in #10 Cans which will save you a lot on cost. Canned Veggies can be added in to other meals without heating, though the calorie returns on them make them inefficient. Canned/Jarred Fruit on the other hand can be a delicious morale lifter.

  • Bars of Velveeta keep for a surprising amount of time in the pantry, and there are about 2240 calories per full bar of them. That's another great option for throwing on crackers. Crack open a jar of salsa and add a bit to each cracker and that's tasty eating.

  • While it's not my favorite thing ever, Summer Sausage is around 1600 calories for a pounds of it and is shelf stable for a while when unopened I believe, though check the packaging to be safe. I believe Hickory Farms Cheese/Sausage lasts for months, though if you're not eating it regularly I don't know how feasible it is to have on hand consistently or in time for a disaster like this.

  • While the ideas could probably keep going, I'll end with trail mix. It's easily obtainable at a lot of locations, includes nuts, candy, and fruit so it's palatable, and tends to have a fairly high caloric return. Add in other snack foods like beef jerky, chips, and candy/energy/protein bars (also available at a lot of locations) and it should be fairly easy to find enough ways to get your daily calories in in the short term without needing to heat things up.
u/fludru · 5 pointsr/Food_Pantry

I have Prime and would be happy to buy what you need so you get free shipping without the $35 minimum, should the gift card not be enough. It's 2 day shipping. Just direct message me and we'll sort it out. Here are some options right around $12:




You start to get some (imho) better deals around $15 or $20, for things like steel cut oats, peanut butter, etc., if you keep on mturking. I mturk too.

Otherwise, you can set up mturk to deposit in the bank but it does take a few days -- start it now, even if you don't need it. That way it's set up for next time (verified).

If you need more assistance, this subreddit is for people posting Amazon (or Walmart, etc.) wish lists. People can then buy things for you directly from your wishlist. You may be able to get a good amount more food than asking for pizza this way - dollars on staples go faster than pizza, and we have a number of active gifters here -- stock up on PB, tuna, boxes of pasta and sauce, canned fruit, protein bars/shake mix, crackers, whatever. If it doesn't spoil, you can probably get it or something like it on Amazon. There are good deals on Amazon and many people in this subreddit are Prime subscribers, so try to add Prime-eligible items. Don't forget a few small "addon" items -- if we reach a minimum order, we can add small items for free shipping too, and there's a lot of food items in this category, as well as needs like toothpaste and other toiletries, paper goods, etc.

I used to be a hiring manager, so if you want anyone to read your resume, let me know. Happy to help. Job searching is brutal and any edge helps.

Good luck out there!

u/codyoneill321 · 2 pointsr/ramen

Longtime lurker in the sub, but thought I would submit this since we got a cute photo of my son slurping down the broth that was left in his bowl.

I made a variation on /u/ramen_lord's Tokyo style Shoyu recipe, based on what was locally available.

I also used his egg recipe, which turned out great.

The biggest change was using pork shoulder instead of pork belly. I braised the pork shoulder with the same ingredients that /u/ramen_lord recommends for braising pork belly here, but I used the Martha Stewart pork shoulder braising method.

I used store-bought Sapporo ramen from a store that was supposed to have Sun Noodles but didn't.

Because I couldn't find any iriko niboshi, I used canned smoked wild kippers that I found at my local grocery store. I think it worked pretty well, all things considered, adding a fish and very slight smoke taste to things.

Of course, the best part of the meal was watching my one-and-a-half year old son who can be a pretty picky eater and has never had ramen before snarfing down the egg, noodles, and pork, and then lifting up the bowl to slurp down the remaining broth.

This sub is really great. Much thanks to /u/ramen_lord and everyone else here for their posts and wisdom. I'm excited to keep cooking and for our son to continue slurping for years to come.

u/qwicksilfer · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Oh god. Okay. I feel like I've been preparing for this post my whole life (or at least since I found these awesome things on amazon):

u/vanillagamer · 6 pointsr/Frugal

Certainly! Here's what I have so far:


Body wash:
Old Spice High Endurance Pure Sport Scent Men's Body Wash 18 Fl Oz
6 pack
$23.34 every 6 months

@ Weis we’re spending $4.49 per bottle, so $26.94 every 6 months
We will save $3.60 every 6 months with Amazon S&S
a savings of $7.20 / year

Canned tuna:
Bumble Bee Solid White Albacore in water, 5 Ounce Tins
24 pack
$33.29 every 3 months

@ Weis we’re spending $1.99 per can, so $47.76 every 3 months
We will save 14.47 every 3 months with Amazon S&S
a savings of $57.88 / year

Cat food:
Hill's Science Diet Adult Tender Tuna Dinner Chunks and Gravy Cat Food Can, 5.5oz
24 pack, 3x @ $20.51
$61.53 every month

@ Petco we’re spending $1.17 per can, so $84.24 every month
We will save $22.71 every month with Amazon S&S
a savings of $272.52 / year

Coffee creamer:
International Delight Amaretto Liquid Creamer
288-Count Single-Serve Packages
$14.55 every 3 months

@ Weis we’re spending $2.29 per bottle, so $27.48 every 3 months
We will save $12.93 every 3 months with Amazon S&S
a savings of $51.72 / year

Old Spice High Endurance Pure Sport Scent Men's Deodorant
2 pack
$4.65 every 4 months

@ Weis we’re spending $4.49 per stick, so $8.98 every 4 months
We will save $4.33 every 4 months with Amazon S&S
a savings of $12.99 / year

Dish soap:

Dishwasher detergent:

Fabric softener:

Laundry detergent:
Tide Laundry Detergent, 50 Ounce
2 pack
$11.97 every 2 months

@ Weis we’re spending $16.49 per bottle, so $32.98 every 2 months
We will save $21.01 every 2 months with Amazon S&S
a savings of $126.06 / year

Paper towels:
Sparkle Paper Towels Giant Rolls Pick A Size, White
8 count
$7.57 every 2 months

@ Weis we’re spending $11.99 per package, so $11.99 every 2 months
We will save $4.42 every 2 months with Amazon S&S
a savings of $26.52 / year

Razor blade cartridges:
Gillette Fusion Manual Cartridges
12 count
$34.71 every 4 months

@ Weis we’re spending $3.44 per unit, so $41.28 every 4 months
We will save $6.57 every 4 months with Amazon S&S
a savings of $19.71 / year


Toilet paper:

u/md79 · 11 pointsr/Food_Pantry

[Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna in Water, 3-Ounce Easy Open Cans (Pack of 24)]

[Starkist Chunk Light Tuna in Water, 5 Ounce (Pack of 10)]

[Kirkland Signature chicken breast, packed in water, premium chunk, 6 12.5-ounce cans]

[Hormel Black Label Fully Cooked Bacon - 72 ct]

[Nestle Carnation Instant Nonfat Dry Milk, 25.6-Ounce]

[Nabisco Original Premium Saltine Crackers Topped with Sea Salt, 3 Pound]

[Pepperidge Farm Baked Goldfish Crackers - 66oz (4.1 lbs)]

[Nabisco Honey Maid Graham Crackers 4-14.4oz Boxes]

[Snyders Mini Pretzels Tub, 40 Ounce]

[Stauffer's Original Animal Crackers - 4lb 14oz tub]

[Kraft Blue Box Macaroni & Cheese, 7.25-Ounce Boxes]

[Barilla Meat Sauce Gemelli Italian Entree, 9 Ounce Microwavable Bowls (Pack of 6)]

[Campbell's SpaghettiOs plus Calcium, 15 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Chef Boyardee Big Beef Ravioli, Overstuffed, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli, 15-Ounce Units (Pack of 24)]

[Chef Boyardee Jumbo Spaghetti and Meatballs, 14.5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Campbell's Raviolios, 15 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Barilla Pasta Sauce Variety Pack, 24 Ounce Jars, 4 Count]

[Ragu America's Favorite Pasta Sauce Traditional Old World Style Sause 2 Pound 13 Ounce Value Jars (Pack of 3)]

[Barilla Spaghetti Pasta, 32 Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)]

[Campbell's Chunky Classic Chicken Noodle Soup, 15.25 Ounce Microwavable Bowls (Pack of 8)]
-This product has a drop down that has all the other campbell soups in bulk too, just make sure it still says Prime after you've selected.

[Campbell's Chunky Healthy Request Sirloin Burger with Country Vegetables Soup, 18.8 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Campbell's Chunky Creamy Chicken & Dumplings Soup, 18.8 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Campbell's Homestyle Healthy Request Mexican-Style Chicken Tortilla Soup, 18.6 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Campbell's Chunky Roadhouse Beef & Bean Chili, 19 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Maruchan Ramen Noodle Soup, Chicken Flavor, 3 oz, 36 Packs]

[Stove Top Stuffing - (6) 8 oz. pouches]

[Bisquick All Purpose Mix, 80 Ounce]

[Mestemacher Bread Whole Rye, 17.6-Ounce (Pack of 6)]

[Mestemacher Bread Three Grain, 17.6-Ounce (Pack of 6)]

[Jiffy, Corn Muffin Mix, 8.5oz Box (Pack of 6)]

[Ortega Flour Tortillas, 14.3 Ounce (Pack of 12)]

[Ortega Tortillas, Whole Wheat, 16 Ounce (Pack of 12)]

[Idahoan Mashed Potatoes, Four Cheese, 1.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)]

[Sun Maid Natural California Raisins, 32-Ounce (Pack of 4)]

[Libby's Organic Cut Green Beans, 14.5-Ounces Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Libby's Organic Sweet Peas, 15-Ounces Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Libby's Organic Whole Kernel Sweet Corn, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Libby's Fruit Mix -chunky In Pear juices Concentrate, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Libby's Organic Dark Red Kidney Beans, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Libby's Organic Pinto Beans, 15-Ounces Cans (Pack of 12)]

[Sylvia's Collard Greens, 14.5 Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)]

[B&G Foods Ortega Black Beans, 15-Ounce (Pack of 12)]

[Old El Paso Refried Beans, Fat Free, 16-Ounce (Pack of 12)]

[Nishiki Premium Rice, Medium Grain, 15-Pound Bag]

[Botan Musenmai Calrose Rice, 5-Pound Bags (Pack of 4)]

[Dynasty Jasmine Rice, 20-Pound]

[Carnation Breakfast Essentials, Rich Milk Chocolate Powder, 10-Count Envelopes (Pack of 6)]

[Quaker Instant Grits Flavor Variety 50 Pack Variety Value Box]

[Golden Grill Russet Hashbrown Potatoes(48 servings)]

[Quaker Instant Oatmeal Packets Variety Pack, 52-Count]

[Pop-Tarts Toaster Pastries, Frosted Strawberry, 36-Count Box]

[Kellogg's Pop-tarts Frosted Toaster Pastries, 24-Strawberries & 24-Brown Sugar Cinnamon-, 86 Ounce]

[Rice Krispies Toasted Rice Cereal, 18-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)]

[Quaker Chewy Granola Bar, Variety Pack, 8-Count (Pack of 6)]

[Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars Oats 'N Honey, 96-Count]

[Nutri-Grain-Kellogg's Cereal Bars Variety Pack, 48-Count]

[Peter Pan Creamy Peanut Butter, 40-Ounce Jars (Pack of 3)]

[Jif Creamy Peanut Butter, 48 Ounce, 2 count]

[Planters Peanut Butter Crunchy, 28 Ounce (Pack of 4)]

[Planters Natural Creamy Peanut Butter, 26.5 Ounce (Pack of 4)]

[Nutella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread 35.3oz Jar]

[Welch's Concord Grape Jelly 2 ~ 32oz Jars]

Other Stuff:
[Hormel Compleats Meals - VARIETY FLAVORS (6 - 10 Ounce Microwavable Bowls) - Beef Stew, Meatloaf, Roast Beef, Spaghetti, Chicken Alfredo, Turkey & Dressing]

[Heinz Ketchup, Relish and Mustard Picnic Pack, 3 Bottles]

[Heinz Tomato Ketchup Jug, 114 Ounce]

[McCormick Taco Seasoning Mix, 24-Ounce Unit]

[Tone's Spices Taco Seasoning Traditional Blend for Mexican Dishes - Net Weight 23 oz]

Addon items (Free shipping with Prime for orders over $25!)
[Cheerios Cereal, 21 Ounce (Pack of 2)]

[Honey Nut Cheerios Cereal, 21.6 Ounce (Pack of 2)]

[Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal, 23.6 Ounce (Pack of 2)]

[Raisin Bran Crunch Cereal, 18.2 -Ounce Boxes (Pack of 3)]

[Planters Peanuts, Dry Roasted, Lightly Salted (Bonus Pack), 20-Ounce Packages (Pack of 2)]

[Hellmann's Real Mayonnaise, 30oz]

[Kraft Mayonnaise, 30-Ounce Jars (Pack of 2)]

[French's Classic Yellow Squeeze Bottle Mustard 14 oz]

[Heinz Tomato Ketchup, 38 Ounce Bottle]

[Planters Creamy Peanut Butter Jar, Natural, 15 Ounce]

[Domino Premium Pure Cane Granulated Sugar 4lb Bag]

[Pillsbury Best All Purpose Flour, 5 Pound]

[Morton Iodized Salt 26oz]

[Church & Dwight #01110 16oz Arm & Hammer Baking Soda]

[Morton's Salt, Mccormick Pepper Pack, 5.25-ounce Shakers]

u/uliarliarpantsonfire · 6 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

My husband has kidney disease and his doc limited him to less than 2,300 mg per day. I keep him below that and his kidneys have stopped declining.

Here are some things that I keep around that might help you with your uncle.

Here are some things we use a lot that might help.

u/NoraTC · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

I save bacon fat from frying bacon, but as mentioned I grew up with the culinary customs of the American South. Lard (pig fat) lacks many of the desirable flavors of bacon fat. Fortunately, like every other yummy thing, one can buy bacon fat on Amazon. I have never tried this fat and am really pretty particular about my bacon, but it is at least a start in the right direction.

I usually cook my bacon on sheet trays at 350F; you can go higher or lower, depending on your timing and rhythm. Drain the fat into a suitable container (Mason jar here, of course) and stash it in the fridge. When I was a kid, we just kept the bacon fat by the stove in a metal canister, but our common culture has moved past the heavy physical labor that warranted lots of fatty food to supply necessary calories. Therefore we use much less bacon and bacon fat for a healthy diet. Refrigeration is a good idea for less frequent use, though I admit that around Christmas when all the old family recipes come out for a spin, I leave the fat on the counter for easy dipping.

u/ladyllana · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I relate SO MUCH. I am still in school as well (graduating next year), but I am an online student and I work full time. So when I'm not stressing about finding a job after I graduate, I am stressing about work or grades. I always get told that I act like a middle aged woman, though being married and working a desk job adds to that image.

  1. There was a moment awhile back where I was feeling incredibly overwhelmed by EVERYTHING. Specifically, I was really worried about the possibility of finding a job in education or getting into a graduate program after graduation. That on top of worrying about my current job lasting until I was able to get out of school had me super high strung. I realized I couldn't do anything about either of those situations, so I got a cup of tea, drew a bath, and listened to classical music while I read a book. That is now my go to "stress relief" when I get overwhelmed.

  2. Whole Fresh Rabbit - The reviews are hilarious.

  3. Don't sweat the petty stuff and don't pet the sweaty stuff

  4. Take deep breaths. You can do this. You have made it through your college career. People graduate with loans higher than your and make it. You have accomplished something - take time to celebrate that! And try to focus on taking things day by day. Sufficient is each day for its own troubles. Constantly focusing on your fears of the future will lead to you forgetting today. (:

  5. Surprises are awesome!

  6. Thank you for the contest!
u/keeeunjung · 11 pointsr/AskCulinary

Are you just doing those meats? What would make it look more attractive is adding some other colors to it. If you have banana leaves, lay those on top of the cutting board; if you can't get your hands on them, just try a really fresh lettuce. Then do some meats, cheeses, some dried fruits, etc. The eye is drawn to different colors and different heights. If you can do this, maybe try putting nuts and chips in a small silver bowl to make it look really elegant, put them in the back, and do the meats laid out in front. Don't overcrowd the platter, it'll look too busy. And keep at least an inch border around the edges so it doesn't look like it's spilling out. Making it look gourmet has just as much to do with the presentation as the accessories. If you have some vintage/old bowls, add those in. It'll be nice to have some other colors as well as giving it a lot of character. And it's a great conversation starter: Oh, I love that bowl! Then you answer very suavely: Why thank you, this is an old family piece from my grandmother. :-) If you're serving cheese, slice some up, and leave the rest of the block there with the cheese knife next to it. If you're doing a wide assortment, be sure to label them! And things look best in odd numbers, mostly 3's! 3 different kinds of meats/chacuterie, 3 different cheeses (preferably from the same family or source: 3 cheddars, or 3 cheeses from a goat, or 3 cheeses from a region), 3 fruits, etc... Sorry it ended up being so long! I hope this helped!




(on the last one, I wouldn't keep the jars, I would probably put in bowls)

u/Anikando · 2 pointsr/OnlineGroceryDeals

I wanted to add some more great finds thanks to a list I saw by /u/vtsumc1993:

16) Hormel Cooked Bacon - $22 for (72) pieces
Less than $4/pack for the equivalency of 6 packs of cooked bacon is really quite good - great find!

17) V8 juice - get your veggies! $26 for (48) cans
Get your veggies for just over 50c/can!

18) ~~Tropicana Orange Juice - $30 for 24 bottles
Not too bad, around $1.25/bottle is less than you'd pay in a cooling case by a check-out register.~~Deal is gone, now charging shipping (though price has been reduced). No longer on Prime.

19) Wheat Thins - $13 for (6) boxes
Around a couple bucks for each box is a really good deal - in my stores they're $2.50 and up.


And also a special shout-out to /u/fwogzilla for making me aware of this amazing deal on hash browns!

20) Golden Grill Hashbrowns - $14 for 48 servings
Golden Grill Hashbrowns - $14 for 50 servings
These get rave reviews from Redditors, so they are definitely worth a look!

u/GROSMECHANT · 3 pointsr/milliondollarextreme

Hello /u/Frank_Sincatra,

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u/ZosoGG · 1 pointr/carnivore

Hi, I'd recommend watching Frank Tufano's videos on nutrition to anyone doing this diet. There's a lot to learn and understand. You will feel great though and it will change your relationship with food entirely.

  1. Many people, it will raise your cholesterol. If anything that's a good thing
  2. Organ meets are optimal, but not necessary, in that you wont die. You'll feel much better though. If you weren't eating organs before, it's not like you're going to miss out on anything, because plants have almost 0 nutrients anyway.
  3. Unnecessary. Vitamin supplements don't even work. If you want to "supplement", id do it with whole foods. For example, "supplementing" with canned cod liver is great to get all your fat soluble vitamins and omega 3's. https://www.amazon.com/Cod-Liver-Own-Oil-Pack/dp/B01HNC1X9Y/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=cod+liver&qid=1563139022&s=gateway&sr=8-3 . Or, if you can get raw dairy, that has all your vitamins and minerals as well. Egg yolks are nutrient dense as well.

    Since you're into weightlifting and fitness, it's also very important to both 1. Eat enough fat and 2. Eat enough meat in general. Depending on your size, 2-3lbs of meat per day at 80%/20% fat to protein ratio in calories. You'll be hungry and tired otherwise.
u/shinken0 · 2 pointsr/JapaneseFood

I can make a video of it if you like but basically you take garlic cloves(about 4 per half cup of Sesame Oil), 1/2 cup sesame oil, and 1/2 cup of Red Korean Spice. You heat the sesame oil up and boil the garlic in it until lightly browned. Place the red chili powder in a heat safe bowl and pour the garlic sesame oil over the top of the powder and let sit for 10 to 20 minutes. If you want a little more flavor you can add dried scallops(Crush them first) and dried small shrimp(Chopped) into the powder before you pour in the oil. I also recommend mixing this with Ponzu Sauce(Japanese Citrus Soy) as it makes a great combo. Let me know if you have any questions or would like to see a video of how to do it.

u/Carb_killa · 1 pointr/keto

I used to travel for business a lot and often found myself in conference rooms where lunch is brought in for a day long meeting (or some other lunch situation I would not be able to predict). My trick was to always carry one or two of those pouches of salmon or tuna and a plastic fork in my bag as an easy solution to not having a keto friendly option available. You can also carry small packets of mayo.

Also, don't be afraid to ask for the food stall to make you something without rice, you may be surprised how many people are willing to help you and be very friendly toward your request. Just say "hey I'm doing a low carb diet, can I get that with veggies instead of rice?", or "Do you have any low carb options?". The worst they can say is no, but you need to be bold and fearless, it's your health and future we are talking about. Otherwise you may end up like me; much older, much heavier, and wishing I had made better choices as a youth.

u/marmaladeskiiies · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ahh! This is perfect for me, I looked through all of Amazon for something like this this past semester. I can give you a ton of advice on food from your local stores/cheap and healthy options if that's what you're looking for as well (i'm a huge nutrition/health/fitness nut), but as for Amazon -- St. Dalfour's French Gourmet Salmon! But it's not just salmon, it also comes with veggies. :D There's a bunch in the line you may be interested in, but the salmon and the three bean are the best :)

Nutritional facts.

  1. It doesn't contain sorbitol, malitol, or xylitol
  2. Low sodium (15%)
  3. No sugar
  4. 7g protein
  5. Low fat - 4g
  6. $18!
u/VeggieChick_ · 7 pointsr/veganrecipes

Slow Cooker Soy Chorizo Chili

See full recipe with additional stovetop instructions at https://veggiechick.com/soy-chorizo-chili/


  • 2 (15-ounce) cans diced tomatoes (Sometimes I might use flavored cans of diced tomatoes, such as “Garlic and Olive Oil”, “Fire Roasted”, etc.)
  • 1 (15-ounce) can organic tomato sauce
  • 1 medium white or yellow onion, diced
  • 1 (4.5-ounce) can green chiles
  • 1 (15-ounce) can chickpeas, rinsed and drained
  • 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1 (15-ounce) can sweet corn (no need to drain)
  • 15 cherry tomatoes, halved 
  • 1 medium green bell pepper, diced
  • 1/2 package (6-ounces) Soy Chorizo, casing/outer wrapper removed*, I prefer Trader Joe’s brand but you can use other brands of Soy Chorizo.
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 teaspoons chili powder
  • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika, or regular paprika
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • 1 cup water

    Optional Toppings:

  • crackers
  • chopped cilantro
  • vegan sour cream


  1. In a slow cooker, add all ingredients (the order doesn’t matter) and stir. Important: be sure to remove the outer casing of the chorizo before adding to the slow cooker. Cover and cook on high for 4-5 hours or low for 6-7 hours. When ready, scoop out into a bowl and enjoy! Add crackers, chopped cilantro or even some vegan sour cream. Store this chili in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week.
  2. Note: you can also cook this on your stovetop. See stovetop instructions in the Notes section below. 


  • *I use only 1/2 of the 12-ounce Soy Chorizo package, as it’s very spicy and also high in sodium. If you want to add more, you can taste it when it’s almost done cooking and add more if necessary. The soy chorizo should be already cooked (check the package to make sure), so it’s ok to add in at the end of the cooking process. Or, use the remaining chorizo in other recipes, such as a topping for this Spicy Baked Potato with Broccoli and Vegan Queso recipe. 
  • This recipe makes a lot of chili, around 13 cups total, so you’ll have plenty for leftovers during the week.
  • If you can’t find Soy Chorizo, you can make it without. But if you do, be sure to double (or triple) up on the spices, as the soy chorizo adds a lot of flavor.
u/freeflowcauvery · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Here's an easy, tasty, healthy, fast recipe.

Thai Red Curry Chicken


u/code_monchichi · 6 pointsr/keto

Keeping your pack light is what's going to be the issue. Here's a few items that I've starting hiking / camping with since kicking off keto:

  1. Precooked bacon - The link points to one as an example. Try to find a package that contains several smaller individual packages because once the plastic is opened you'll want to eat it that day. It's not as good as fresh out of the skillet at home, but 15 miles of trail tends to be a pretty good seasoning for me.

  2. Eggs - Eggs aren't likely to go bad in 3-4 days, even at 30+ degrees. I wouldn't leave them in the sun or anything, but I keeping them covered while at camp and in the center of your pack while moving and you should be fine. If you're really nervous you can look into ways to recreate an artificial "bloom" to protect the egg from bacteria and/or make a sleeve out of Reflectix for your RIGID egg container.

  3. Precooked Chicken - It's not certainly not fresh-off-the-grill chicken, but it's 50 grams of protein. I usually either add this to boiling water with veggies (mushrooms, carrots, onions, and garlic) or throw it on top of anything green and leafy that I bring with me.

  4. Cheese - Other folks have said it as well but cheese is freaking awesome. Get something hard that will last longer like a Jack or Cheddar. There is a ton of protein and fat in cheese and it can be eaten alone or added to everything else you're bringing. It's a force multiplier.

  5. Olive Oil - I usually bring a silicone bottle of Olive oil with me. This is like the cheese in that you can add it to almost everything and you're getting about 15 grams of fat (120 calories) per tablespoon. Use this to saute your veggies, or as a salad dressing on some greens.

  6. Fresh Veggies - Heavy compared to rice / pasta dishes but way more versatile. You can make a soup, or saute them and make a messy camp omelet. Hell just chop them up, use some olive oil, and put them in a foil packet for the fire. Easy and delicious.

  7. Protein Powder / Heavy Whipping Cream - Something that I've been doing is using protein powder and a thermos of Heavy Whipping Cream to supplement any food I bring. Both are fairly calorie dense. Even if you don't want to do the protein powder, just making a cup of coffee / tea with a 1/8 - 1/4 cup of HWC can give you a ton of calories to start your day with. Using Keto Chow and a reliable water source I can survive fairly well on less than 400 grams of 'food' a day.
u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/funny

You can get ammonium nitrate (look at the ingredients list), cannon fuse (green safety fuse, good stuff), a 40,000 cubic foot 'commando' smoke grenade a fresh whole rabbit in a bag (the reviews on that one are fantastic), bacon bandages, or even wolf urine.

You can get all sorts of interesting things from Amazon :)

u/binary · 1 pointr/budgetfood

Good choice on the tea!

I don't buy much groceries in bulk... I did buy some Annie's organic mac and cheese (though I hear the white cheddar is better), since it is very cheap and somewhat healthier (but not by much) than the Kraft variety. One of the best things I've ordered was these tins of salmon. Very delicious, great for a quick lunch. You don't even need to microwave it.

Oh, also, I'm considering buying a bunch of the granola cereal I eat in bulk. It's still somewhat expensive in bulk, but almond and dark chocolate granola is maybe my favorite snack ever and I might succumb.

u/P74CakeZ · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

I mean, boiling them is certainly safer. But for what chemicals they might be processed with and the safety related to those, I can't say at all. I simply wouldn't eat them, I would look for an alternative source for your freeze-dried shrimp needs.

Something like this is probably cheaper anyway.

u/wintyfresh · 2 pointsr/Dualsport

My goto dualsport meals are St. Dalfour's Wild Pink Salmon with Vegetables and Bumblee Lunch on the Run Tuna Salad. Definitely not enough to 2 weeks but I highly recommend both as easy trail lunches.

u/defrazzleheim · 7 pointsr/Charcuterie

Well, your questions are all valid and I can only provide you with what I did in Northern New York, near Lake Placid (Winter Olympics 1932 & 1980).


Firstly, review this website, which has numerous recipes, and I have have tried three of them. http://lpoli.50webs.com/Sausage%20recipes.htm#DRY

Then to answer your questions:

  1. The temperatures where I live range from -30F - 95F. So, I do my sausages, dried and/or smoked during the cooler months. You can optionally use a refrigerator that should be set at 45-48F degrees, for the curing process. Or find a dark, cool place like a basement.
  2. Use Cure #2, which is recommended for long curing sausages and meats
  3. My first attempt to make dried sausage was this recipe:



    This classic French sausage is a great entry point for the novice to charcuterie. The technique is straightforward, the seasonings simple, and the curing can be done in a relatively forgiving environment, like a basement or garage, not requiring specialized equipment.

    As with all cured meats, though, some specialized ingredients are involved, like dextrose, curing salt (also known as Insta Cure or Prague powder), and casings. Curing salt contains sodium nitrite and sodium nitrate, which stave off the development of the bacteria that cause botulism, and is therefore essential to the safety of this recipe.

    A stand mixer with a meat grinding attachment will work fine for this recipe. Remember to keep everything very cold at all times. The meat should always be cold enough that it hurts your hands to handle too long. If it begins to warm, get everything in the coldest part of the refrigerator or even the freezer for a few minutes, repeating as necessary.

    As the sausage hangs, the meat ferments. White mold will form on the outside of the casing. This is normal, and desirable. After about three weeks, you'll have a firm salami-like sausage with balanced flavor and a sour tang from fermentation. Simply slice and enjoy with some crisp French bread and cornichon pickles. The French also enjoy it with very sharp Dijon mustard.

    What You'll Need

  • 4 1/2 pounds/2 kg pork meat
  • 1/2 pounds/225 g fatback
  • 2.7 Table Spoons/1 1/2 ounces/40 g kosher salt
  • 1 Table Spoon/1/4 to 1/2 ounces/10 g black pepper (coarsely ground)
  • 1 Table Spoon/ ounces/15 g ​dextrose
  • .4 Table Spoon/1/4 ounces/6 g curing salt no. 2
  • 1.2 Table Spoon/2/3 ounces/18 g garlic (minced to a paste)
  • 1/4 cup/59 ml white wine (dry)
  • 8 feet hog casing (or sheep casing, soaked in tepid water for 2 hours before use)

    How to Make It

  1. Set up the meat grinder, all metal parts from the freezer. Grind the pork meat and fatback on a large (¾” [1.9 cm]) plate into a bowl sitting on ice. Use a paddle to mix in all other ingredients.
  2. Keep the casing wet while you work with it. Slide the casing onto the funnel but don’t make a knot. Put the mixture in the stuffer and pack it down. Begin extruding. As the mixture comes out, pull the casing back over the nozzle and tie a knot.
  3. Extrude one full coil, about 48 inches (1.3 m) long, and tie it off. Crimp with fingers to separate sausages into 12-inch (30-cm) lengths. Twist the casing once one way, then the other between each sausage link. Repeat along the entire coil. Once the sausage is cased, use a sterile needle to prick any air pockets. Prick each sausage 4 or 5 times. Repeat the casing process to use remaining sausage.
  4. Hang the sausages to cure 18 to 20 days at 60°F–75°F (18°C–21°C). These can be refrigerated, wrapped, for up to 6 months.
u/rasungod0 · 2 pointsr/atheism

Many things on amazon get joke reviews, Its all in good fun.

Check out this page:


u/Johnny_Walker_Red · 2 pointsr/ABoringDystopia

It's really good. My girlfriend was born/raised in Mexico and she loves it (and she's extremely picky about "Mexican" food up here in the US).

I think this brand is the best, it's a normal chorizo brand (makes pork and beef chorizo) that also happens to make a soy one, so it's spiced traditionally. In my experience it's the only soy chorizo that Mexican markets actually carry. The texture is on point, we make lots of stuff out of it.

Trader Joes has one but it isn't spiced traditionally, it almost tastes a bit like curry powder.

u/mcd25410x · 3 pointsr/funny

When I finally had my laughing fit, it was Cloverdale fresh, whole rabbit and the comments on Amazon.

u/bulbousaur · 1 pointr/Fitness


Also, for some good omega-3s (and because I love salmon), ready to eat gourmet pink salmon

u/WhattheNorris · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Definitely gotta be these. I just love them as snacks and to put into soups

u/triit · 3 pointsr/pics

I too had a hard time with this. Local upscale grocery store only had very short casings, I believe this brand. Had to find a real good local butcher that carried longer ones and he was much cheaper but there were a couple that had splits in them and they weren't nicely preserved in salt. Hog casings are a good size for the kinds of sausage I like, but experiment and don't over-grind or over-heat your meat.

I've also seen them at Cabela's and other big sporting goods stores that carry the grinders and stuffers. Eastman Outdoors brand and they also sell spice mixes that you don't need.

There are also vegetarian sausage casings if the thought of intestine grosses you out but eating meat doesn't... :-/

u/Typeaux · 12 pointsr/ketorecipes

I found these beauties for $9.99 on AmazonFresh and had to experiment. Here are the ingredients I used, shown in the order that they were prepared:


  • Asparagus
  • 3 Garlic Cloves
  • 2 slices of Bacon
  • 8oz Grass-fed Burger Patty (I used 91% lean)
  • 1/4 Avocado
  • Egg
  • Sea Salt
  • Freshly Ground Black Pepper
  • Salted Kerrygold Butter



  1. Cut off the white ends of the asparagus and melt 1 tbsp of butter on pan. Add minced garlic and saute with asparagus. Lightly season with salt and pepper.

  2. Cook bacon. I cooked mine on a pan and saved the bacon grease for later cooking projects.

  3. For the Rare Burger Patty, I lightly salted and peppered one side while melting butter on a pan at medium-high heat. I then placed these previously seasoned-sides down and cooked for 2 mins while I seasoned the other side. Flipped these over and cooked for another 2 mins and then let these sit on a plate for the flavors to develop while I fried my egg.

  4. This is where I learned how to fry an egg.

  5. For placement I started with the bed of asparagus, then the burger, then avocado slices, then bacon slices, then the fried egg, and topped off with salt and pepper.


    [Request] As I plan on experimenting more with these, what are your favorite gourmet burger ingredient combinations? I want to try cheese on my next go-around.


    Here are some more photos.


    Net Carbs 3g (1g if you omit asparagus) | Fat 44g | Protein 65g | Cal 711
u/Godhelptupelo · 27 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

I thought this was chicken and I was like...who buys chicken on Amazon? Then I remembered this really expensive dried ham I saw on there once and then obsessed over it for weeks. (I think it was dried? It came with a holder thing that you could put on your counter! I dont eat meat so this might actually be more normal than I know-
but I've never seen anything like it!

Ok I looked it up again. It's ham.and you can buy all these accessories for it!
5J Jamon Iberico de Bellota, Whole Bone-in Ham - 14 to 18 lbs https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D3P7E4O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Px.LDbFCNBYFE

Ham Stand Spain + Knife + Sharpening Steel + Ham Cover + Kitchen Cloth + Tongs - The Original Ham Holder for Spanish Hams and Italian Prosciutto https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LYZDREB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Ky.LDbPZNWN7G

u/KDirty · 2 pointsr/keto

I mean, if you want to go small time, I guess that's good.

Of course, you really want to go with something more like this


u/zerophyll · 3 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

1 Gallon Tuscan Whole Milk - might have the singularly best Amazon review I've ever read, though there is much more content in the Haribo bears reviews

Fresh Whole Rabbit

50 Gallons of Lube

u/Platypussy · 5 pointsr/ArtisanVideos

It looks like the $595 one (I used dollars on the second website you provided) is only available for European shipping. The $1290 one is specifically tailored to the US market because the hoof is removed in accordance with USDA requirements. Other than that it's the exact same ham. I did find the same US market version on Amazon for $930. So I guess it is still $335 cheaper in Europe, but you wouldn't be able to bring the ham back to the US because of the intact hoof. Anywhere outside the US you'll find the hoof intact because it's something a consumer wants to see to let him/her know it's a proper black-hoofed pig.

u/weissensteinburg · 1 pointr/trailmeals

If you go to the tuna fish aisle at the store, you'll see mylar packets of pre-cooked chicken that are popular as a backpacking meal ingredient.

Like these: http://www.amazon.com/Tyson-Chicken-Breast-7-Ounce-Pouches/dp/B003NRMHFI

u/IrritatingComment · 6 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I think I found it. Fresh Whole Rabbit from Cloverdale. Looks a little like one of the fetal pigs my class dissected back in highschool. Solid addition to the pcmasterrace master diet.

u/margalicious · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

WHY IS THIS IMAGE PART OF THAT PRODUCT!?!? Gaaah, rabbits are my second favorite animal. ;_;

u/MaliciousHH · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is probably one of my favourites.

Just have a read through of the comments xD





And here's my favourite (vaguely) NSFW one.

Not entering btw, don't have a Playstation.

u/ceojp · 18 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Just last month I bought another case(my second) of Bumble Bee solid white albacore. Price has gone up quite a bit, but I got it for around $24(~$1/can - cheapest local is $1.50). It was from Amazon itself, not a third party seller. Also (impulsively) bought a case of V8 cans(24x 11.5oz) for like $8, but that stuff has so damn much sodium I don't even want to drink it.

u/bear_aware · 1 pointr/zerocarb

I was expecting it to be at least a little off-putting in some way, like a flavor, texture, or visual appearance that would be more of an acquired taste. I'm not the most adventurous eater, though I've definitely had various types of liver pate, and I found it very appetizing and ended up finishing my first can in one sitting (although with some oil left in the bottom). This is the particular kind I tried: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002147OIO

u/_meh_ · 1 pointr/funny

Great, I got confused as to why it was so expensive, searched "Tuscan Whole Milk" on Amazon and then saw this as one of the 2 results

u/thesneakymonkey · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

I am not sure on its availability in the UK however maybe something like this will work for you. It is shelf stable until you open it.

u/GreatCatch · 1 pointr/randomgifts

We could use food, such as this Add-On sausage. The almonds on my Add-Ons wishlist are even cheaper. (There are also cheaper and higher priority items on my Prime Pantry wishlist, if you have free shipping credits).

u/mateoestoybien · 1 pointr/promos

The reviews were of course golden, but what really got me was that this book was tagged as fap fap fap; note that the fourth item of the "fap fap fap" tagging is a fresh whole rabbit.

u/Neovitami · 5 pointsr/Paleo

Canned Cod Liver, like this one:


Omega 3 and liver all in one can!

u/SquatzOatz · 3 pointsr/keto

I highly recommend duck fat instead.

Or make your own ghee

u/rmczerz · 2 pointsr/ElectricForest

There totally is pre-cooked bacon at the grocery store.

Check it out my friendhttp://www.amazon.com/Hormel%C2%AE-Black-Label-Fully-Cooked/dp/B00F54QG1S

Guilty pleasure snack growing up was a couple of these just cold out of the fridge.

u/richie_engineer · 1 pointr/zerocarb

I've been buying these from Amazon, and they're great.

I haven't been able to find them locally, but I've heard of people finding them in Russian markets.

u/lurkingbunny · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I haven't bought much food on amazon, usually when i just cant find it anywhere else. I suggest This, or This

u/Mizzoufan523 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Bicarbs deleted the comment, but /u/bicarbonates obviously THIS

u/JoeyHollywood · 1 pointr/WTF

Went to read the reviews when suddenly....


u/interknot · 3 pointsr/reddit.com

Even William Gibson didn't write about us being able to buy freshly slaughtered animals over the web:


u/travio · 1 pointr/pics

Absolutely. I buy a smaller container. $8 a pound. I store it in the freezer, and it takes me a couple of months to use it all.

u/DiggerW · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Here's my personal favorite (but there are tons of these out there)

u/Wombmate · 1 pointr/movies

How about this review for Fresh Whole Rabbit at Amazon?

"Like many suburban homeowners, I like to kill and eat the wild animals that populate my backyard. To keep it sporting, I hunt naked, with my teeth and long sharpened fingernails as my only weapons. I've feasted on squirrel, raccoon, vole and numerous songbirds. But no matter how long I lay spread eagle and motionless in the hot noonday sun, I have never been able to outwit and catch any of the plump and juicy rabbits that hop just outside my reach and then bolt for the woods when I leap forward with a blood-curdling shriek. I have chased them at a dead run through the yards of the many unoccupied homes that surround mine but the pursuit always ends in frustration. But no more, thanks to Amazon. Every week, I order a fresh whole rabbit and affix it to a remote control car that is operated by one of my children. This way, I get the thrill of the hunt, and when the car's batteries are exhausted, I can leap upon it, bury my teeth into the rabbit's soft flesh and perform my ritual victory dance right there in the Walgreen's parking lot."

u/usernameunavailable · 2 pointsr/WTF

That was my first thought too, it's for 3lbs of rabbit.

Then I got distracted by the customer images

u/TrandaBear · 2 pointsr/leangains

Have you priced solid white albacore lately? Twas over $1 a can, which comes out to ~ $4/lb. That's damn near chicken breasteses. Source

u/reuben515 · 12 pointsr/ketogains

I hike about 300 miles a season.

My standard dinner since going keto: freeze dried eggs, some fully cooked shelf stable bacon, some hard cheese, and some low carb tortillas or wraps (even though they tend to be heavy). Throw in some olive oil or mayo and you have a ton of calories for not a lot of weight. Breakfast and lunch are usually just coffee with some coconut oil, low carb bars, a moderate amount of almonds, summer sausage, or cheese sticks.

Freeze dried meats are good as well, but they can be expensive. The foil packs of chicken and tuna will work, but they don't have a great calorie-to-weight ratio.

I would be careful going overboard with the nuts. Overdoing it on nuts can give you the trots, and that's no fun while hiking.

u/PiggybackingOffTheCC · 0 pointsr/AirForce

This goes through the mail quite well. If he gets that in the mail, he will be the king of his shop for a few days.

The Qataris working in customs are really lazy, or they don't give a shit. It's a cultural thing. As long as there are no red flags on the customs form, they're not going to go digging. I've had tobacco sent through the mail to me at the Deid with no problems. Not on the customs form? Then it's not there. Just put something like "beef jerky" instead of "bacon," and it'll be fine.

btw, send him a few logs of dip. Again, don't claim it on the customs form. Even if he doesn't use it, he can trade that for just about anything he could imagine. I've seen two logs of Copenhagen get traded for a tv.