WOHOO! This week Backdoor Survival sponsor SurvivalBased is back with another chance for you to win a 72-Hour Survival Bucket. This time around, the giveaway was put together specifically for the Summer Survival Blast plus, at my request, I was able to invite a handful of my best blogging friends to join in.
Naturally, you want to learn about the prize, right? The winner will receive the following kit full of all kinds of useful items as well as some great food!
The Food Fire Filter Bucket by Food Supply Depot
1 – Artisan Oatmeal 4 Serving Pouch
1 – Harvest 6 Grain Cereal 4 Serving Pouch
1 – Texan Sunrise Skillet 4 Serving Pouch
1 – Instant Low Fat Milk 4 Serving Pouch
1 – Instant Orange juice 8 Serving Pouch
1 – Rotini A La Marinara 5 Serving Pouches
1 – Nantucket Potato 5 Serving Pouches
1 – Rio Grande Beans 3 Serving Pouches
6 – InstaFire Paper Pouches
1 – Folding BBQ Grill
1 – Cooking Pot w/ Detachable Handle
1 – 8 oz. Drinking Cup
1 – 6-in-1 Detachable Utensil Set
1 – Seychelles 24 oz. Water Filter Bottle
1 – Plastic Container w/ 50 Waterproof Matches
1 – 23 Piece First Aid Kit
How to Enter the Survival Based 72-Hour Kit Giveaway – The Rules
All you need to do to enter the giveaway is to select one or more of the options on the Rafflecopter form below. You can sign in with your email account or Facebook, the choice is yours.
There are many different ways to enter, including signing up for the Survival Based newsletter as well as a number of social media options. Select one method or, even better, select them all to increase your chances of winning.
Please note that the winning item can only be shipped within the 48 continental United States. The giveaway will end at midnight on August 3rd. The winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to respond.
The Final Word
I would like to thank SurvivalBased.com for once again coming through with a fabulous giveaway. Right now, they are currently having a “Christmas is July” sale with something new going on sale each day of the month. There are still a few days remaining so after entering the giveaway, you might want to browse on over and see what they are offering at a super bargain price: SurvivalBased Christmas in July Sale.
Enjoy your next adventure through common sense and thoughtful preparation!
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Spotlight: Now available in print! Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage!!
Bargain Bin: Today I share some tools and supplies for using a FoodSaver to vacuum can your emergency food. And in case you missed it, read How to Use a FoodSaver for Vacuum Canning.
FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer: As long as the unit has an accessory port (and this one does), and inexpensive FoodSaver will work just as well as the fancier models. That is my two cents, at least.
FoodSaver Wide Mouth Jar Sealer: Already have a FoodSaver? If so, check out this jar sealer which can be used to vacuum seal your Mason jars. This is a great option for short to mid term storage of items such as beans, rice, sugar and salt. Store your jars in a cool, dark place and you are set with the added advantage of removing a small amount for current use without having to disrupt your large Mylar bag or bucket of food. There is also a version for regular sized jars.
FoodSaver Accessory Hose: Most FoodSavers come packaged with an accessory hose. If yours is lost or damaged, be sure to purchase a host to use with your Jar Sealer.
100-Pack Oxygen Absorber, 100cc: I always have these available. At less than 10 cents each, I consider adding a 100 cc oxygen absorber cheap insurance that ensures that my vacuum sealed food will remain nice and fresh – even five years later.
Mylar bags & Oxygen Absorbers: What I love about Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers is they protect against every single one of the food storage enemies. Prices do vary but for the most part, they are inexpensive and easy to keep on hand. And while you can seal them up with a FoodSaver, some tubing and a common clothes iron, I find it infinitely easier with a cheap hair straightening iron that you can pick up for very cheap.
Mylar Zip Seal Food Storage Bags: These are the zip seal bags that I used to package up my spices, herbs and butter powder. These are extra heavy, 5 mil bags. I found that the zip feature made packaging extra easy although I still seal the bags with my hair iron.
Sharpie Permanent Markers: Sharpies were invented for preppers! And without question, Amazon is the cheapest place to buy them.
VacMaster 3 1/2 Mil Vacuum Bags Combo Pack, 60 Count Box: I prefer these over the make-it-yourself FoodSaver brand bags. I have been using these for years with great luck. To re-use them, I turn them inside out and wash them in the dishwasher.
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