Found new site for bulk supplies of dried foods

Discussion in 'General Food and Foraging Discussion' started by CVORNurse, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. CVORNurse

    CVORNurse Well-Known Member

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    Spices by AmericanSpice.com.

    Granted, the stuff isn't in cans, but I compared some of the prices to Honeyville Grains. Some of it is cheaper, way cheaper. With a food saver, you could easily store it for a while.
    But best of all, they have some things I have been wanting to try without buying a huge can. Like butter powder, tomato powder, and a few other things. So I can get a smaller size and not be out a huge amount if it cannot be stomached by my family.
     
  2. The_Blob

    The_Blob performing monkey

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    thanks CVORNURSE! I bookmarked it for later perusal :)
     

  3. doc66

    doc66 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, thank you. I can say that the tomato powder is kind of like watery, no matter what you do to it. It's best as a soup/sauce additive, nothing thicker than that. Butter powder is something to give you the taste of butter. Nothing really replaces the real thing other than canned butter.

    Butter - Pure Creamery Canned Butter

    I've tried this brand and putting it next to real butter, it's more like margarine, but three weeks into SHTF and you'll not care a whit. Case prices are about $130 or you can buy them singly from MREdepot. The cheese is not bad either, I made a fondue out of it and it was best that way or as a sauce.
     
  4. Expeditioner

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    Thanks for the link. I prefer to make my own spices but that is not always feasible. The prices are good!