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USDA Organic 40 Days Storeable Food

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Be prepared with the ONLY 100% certified USDA organic storeable food on the market that lasts 10-15 years. At less than $2 per organic meal, don’t wait to prepare you and your family today.

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SKU: USDA402014

100% Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan Storeable Food That Lasts 10-15 years! (40 Day Supply)

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This super high quality organic storeable food is the only one of its kind on the market. Made with zero preservatives and real food, it’s the only organic storeable food out there that doesn’t cut corners.

Less Than $2 Per Organic Meal

Our 100% USDA organic storeable food is easy to store, transport, and equates to less than $2 per organic meal. That’s cheaper than a fast food meal, and packs serious nutrition.

This high quality storeable food contains 40 days and nights worth of nutritionally powerful food items for one individual. These items are 100% Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan, and individually vacuum sealed in 6 & 7 mil. food-grade bags (which provides a 10-15 year shelf life).

Each Pail Contains The Following Certified Organic Food:

  • Rolled Oats: 5 lbs
  • Brown Rice: 4 lbs
  • Millet: 4 lbs
  • Garbanzo Beans: 3 lbs
  • Green Lentils: 3 lbs
  • Black Beans: 2 lbs
  • Pinto Beans: 2 lbs
  • Quinoa: 2 lbs
  • Sprouted Buckwheat: 1 lb
  • Sprout Blend: 1 lb
  • Gluten Free Pancake Mix: 1 lb
  • EnerFood Green Superfood Powder: 7/8 lb
  • Chia Seeds: 1/2 lb
  • Fermented Miso Powder: 1/4 lb
  • Cajun Spice Mix: 1/16 lb

Now Is The Time to Prepare

At less than $2 per meal, now is the time to secure this ultra-high quality organic storeable food for you and your family at the lowest prices available.

Basic Preparation Instructions

These are designed assuming you have just water and a heat source.

Feel free to modify any recipe as needed.

All beans should be soaked overnight in fresh pure water prior to cooking. This shortens the cooking time.

ORGANIC ROLLED OATS

You can prepare rolled oats simply by covering and soaking ½ cup of rolled oats in about 1 cup of water or milk for 15 minutes. Once soaked they are ready to eat. Alternatively boil 1½ cups of water and add ½ cup of rolled oats. Cover, reduce the heat and simmer for 20 minutes or until it reaches the consistency you like for oatmeal.

ORGANIC MILLET

Combine ½ cup of millet in a pan with 2 cups of water. Bring to a boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook until soft. Add water during cooking as needed to prevent burning your millet. Do not stir during cooking since that will result in a mushy consistency. Combine with your favorite bean to make a complete meal or eat by itself. Millet can be eaten for breakfast also as a porridge style dish.

ORGANIC BROWN RICE

Combine ½ cup of brown rice in a pan with 2 cups of water. Bring to a boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook until soft. Add water during cooking as needed to prevent burning your rice. Do not stir during cooking since that will result in a mushy consistency. Combine with your favorite bean to make a complete meal or eat by itself. Some chefs recommend rinsing grains and beans before cooking.

ORGANIC GREEN LENTILS

Combine ½ cup of lentils in a pan with 2 cups of water. Soak for a minimum of 20 minutes or overnight. The lentils will absorb the water. Rinse and pour off rinse water. Add 2 more cups of fresh water, bring to a boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook until soft, normally 20 minutes to ½ hour. You can also cook for 4 or more hours in a crock-pot. Alternatively you can rinse the lentils twice daily, drain and allow to sprout for 3 days. Eat sprouts as a salad vegetable. If cooking add water during the cooking process as needed to prevent burning your lentils.

ORGANIC GARBANZO BEANS

Combine ½ cup of garbanzos in a pan with 2 cups of water. Soak for a minimum of 20 minutes or overnight. The garbanzos will absorb the water. Rinse and pour off rinse water. Add 2 more cups of fresh water, bring to a boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook until soft, normally 20 minutes to ½ hour. You can also cook for 4 or more hours in a crock-pot. Alternatively you can rinse the garbanzos twice daily, drain and allow to sprout for 3 days. Eat sprouts as a salad vegetable. If cooking add water during the cooking process as needed to prevent burning your garbanzos.

ORGANIC BLACK BEANS

Combine ½ cup of black beans in a pan with 2 cups of water. Soak overnight. The black beans will absorb the water. Rinse and pour off rinse water. Add 2 more cups of fresh water, bring to a boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook until soft, normally 1 hour or more. You can also cook for 4 or more hours in a crock-pot. Add water during the cooking process as needed to prevent burning your black beans.

ORGANIC PINTO BEANS

Combine ½ cup of pinto beans in a pan with 2 cups of water. Soak overnight. The black beans will absorb the water. Rinse and pour off rinse water. Add 2 more cups of fresh water, bring to a boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook until soft, normally 1 hour or more. You can also cook for 4 or more hours in a crock-pot. Add water during the cooking process as needed to prevent burning your pinto beans.

ORGANIC QUINOA

Combine ½ cup of quinoa in a pan with 2 cups of water. Bring to a boil, turn heat down to simmer and cook until soft. Add water during cooking as needed to prevent burning your quinoa. Do not stir during cooking since that will result in a mushy consistency. Combine with your favorite bean to make a complete meal or eat by itself. Quinoa can also be eaten for breakfast as a porridge style dish. Some chefs recommend rinsing grains and beans before cooking.

ORGANIC PANCAKE MIX

Ingredients: ½ cup Pancake mix, ½ cup or more of water.

Mix pancake mix with water in a bowl. Add water to achieve desired consistency, blend or mix well with a fork or whisk to combine.  Scoop 1/4 of your batter onto an oiled griddle or pan on medium-low heat.  Cook for 2 minutes or until both sides are lightly browned. Top your stack of pancakes with toppings of your choice. For a fluffier pancake batter add one egg to your batter prior to mixing.

ORGANIC SPROUT BLEND

These highly nutritious seeds have already been sprouted and do not need to be cooked. Eat sprout blend dry as a snack or soak 1 tbsp. of blend in ½ cup of water until the water is absorbed to soften. They are rich in protein, good fats, vitamins and minerals and make a very healthy snack. Chew them well and feel their high quality nutrition satisfy you quickly or soak them in a little water before eating to soften them.

ORGANIC SPROUTED BUCKWHEAT

Eat them by themselves as a healthy snack or combine them with rolled oats and water or a milk product of your choice such as oat milk, almond milk, etc.…for a healthy cereal style breakfast. If you have cinnamon or raisins available, throw them in, let them soak and thus give a little more variety to your healthy breakfast.

ORGANIC ENERFOOD

As a food supplement combine 1 tsp. of Enerfood with 8oz of water or 1 tbsp. with 16oz water. Shake well and drink. You can also combine with fruit and juices to make a delicious smoothie.

ORGANIC CHIA SEEDS

Eat dry as a snack and drink water. The chia will absorb the water and help keep you hydrated. Chia can also be sprouted. Eat chia by the spoonful. Chew it well and enjoy its nutty flavor. You can also mix it with cacao powder, coconut palm sugar or cinnamon, or any combination thereof. You can also add chia seeds to any beverage of your choice, such as water, juice, or your EnerFood Drink.

ORGANIC MISO POWDER

Combine 1 tsp. of miso with 1 cup of hot water. Mix well and stir to dissolve. Add to your bean and grain dishes once cooked as a flavorful and nutritious stock!

ORGANIC CAJUN SPICE

Add ¼ tsp. or more to your bean and grain dishes once cooked as a delicious truly natural source of flavor.

Basic Information:

Weight: 36 lbs

Dimensions: 13″ H x 13″ W x 16″ D

Weight 35 lbs
Dimensions 16 x 13 x 13 in

FAQ

How long does the pail last?

Each emergency food pail is designed to feed one person for 40 days. It may last longer or less time based on personal consumption.

How many people does the pail feed?

This emergency food pail is designed to feed one person for 40 days or 2 people for 20 days. The food can be shared in different ways, of course.

Is the pail gluten-free?

Yes, all of the food is gluten-free.

Is the pail vegan?

Yes! The pail is 100% vegan.

What is in the pail?

  • Rolled Oats: 5 lbs
  • Brown Rice: 4 lbs
  • Millet: 4 lbs
  • Garbanzo Beans: 3 lbs
  • Green Lentils: 3 lbs
  • Black Beans: 2 lbs
  • Pinto Beans: 2 lbs
  • Quinoa: 2 lbs
  • Sprouted Buckwheat: 1 lb
  • Sprout Blend: 1 lb
  • Gluten Free Pancake Mix: 1 lb
  • EnerFood Green Superfood Powder: 7/8 lb
  • Chia Seeds: 1/2 lb
  • Fermented Miso Powder: 1/4 lb
  • Cajun Spice Mix: 1/16 lb

How much does each meal cost?

Less than $2 per organic meal,

Is the pail certified organic and non-GMO?

Yes! This emergency food solution is 100% organic and GMO-free.

Why is the pail organic?

Organic food (once deemed simply “food” less than 100 years ago) is the best possible food choice you can make to better your health. When food is organic, it is free of pesticides, is not genetically modified, is grown in more nutrient-dense soil, and reportedly provides more nutritional value than non-organic, GMO foods.

To put it simply: organic is better.

How much does this thing weigh?

The pail weights 36 pounds.

How big is the pail?

The pail is 25 x 25 x 15 inches.

How are the foods preserved?

The foods within the pail are individually vacuum-sealed in 6 & 7 mil. food-grade, clear plastic bags. This allows the food to last for 10-15 years.

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  1. Anonymous

    Is this for one person?

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    • Natural Society

      Yes, this product is intended to last one person for 40 days. Of course it can be shared with others whenever is needed, but is portioned to last 1 person 40 days.

      Thanks for your interest and question!

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  2. Anonymous

    How long will this last (untouched)?

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    • Natural Society

      For ultimate shelf life extension, we use individually vacuum sealed food-grade bags that will store for 10-15 years on average. Thanks!

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    • Anonymous

      Are there cooking instructions or recipes included?

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  3. Anonymous

    Again, how many people does one 35 lb pale feed? The question is not answered…

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    • Natural Society

      Hey, and thanks for your interest in the product!

      The pale is intended for 1 individual for 40 days., but of course can be shared with a number of others (which would lower the number of days per individual).

      Thanks a lot!

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  4. arasu.m

    How much its rate, eating volume/time &
    Can give to sugar patient in 74 yrs

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  5. Anonymous

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    Do you have to cook the food to eat it

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    • Natural Society

      Thanks for the question: yes, some of the organic vacuum sealed foods do require cooking (though you could eat pretty much everything raw in an emergency scenario). Thanks for checking out the Shop!

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  6. Anonymous

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    What is the daily calorie supply of the food allotted / averaged each day?
    Thanks.

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  7. Mike

    Why plastic versus mylar? I’ve been reading numerous sites deciding where and what to buy, or whether to do my own. Mylar bags with oxygen absorbers appear to be rated for 30+ years. Do you offer product packed this way?

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    Anonymous

    5 out of 5

    I can’t really think of any reason to buy another long-lasting food pail over this one. It’s free of GMOs, organic, vacuum sealed, and lasts forever.

    I’d say it’s a good investment.

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      Natural Society

      We agree! This is the best storable food we could find out there. That’s why we decided to bring it to you.

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    • Anonymous

      Why do you answer some questions but not others?

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    • Anonymous

      I am glad that finally a company is selling good emergency food. But I would be leary as to a company that ignores certain questions about their products also. Actually you can really go to your local health food store and buy the same ingredients, then go to Lowes and buy food grade buckets with lids if you wanted to. You would be able to customize the ingredients and maybe save some money……just a thought.

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  9. Lisa S

    5 out of 5

    The best organic food out there. I’ve eaten it as a regular meal.

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    • Natural Society

      We’re glad you enjoy it! We have eaten it as a meal as well, and it does in fact taste great. Thanks for your support!

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  10. Vegan

    This says “vegan,” but it contains “powdered milk”–so, not vegan, then. Confusing.

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    • Mike

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      The food list within the pail has been updated. It is now vegan and gluten-free. So sorry for the confusion!

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    • Natural Society

      Great question: all other items are vegan safe, and the manufacturer decided to include organic powdered milk for those who requested it. Thanks!

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    • Anonymous

      Can’t call it “Vegan” but have dairy products in the kit. I am tired of the double standards companies are using now days to pawn off non-Vegan items as Vegan. If it has non-Vegan items in it then it need to be classified as “Vegetarian” NOT Vegan. It’s false advertisement when a person purchasing this under the guise of the product being “Vegan” as described, in nothing but a lawsuit waiting to happen.

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    • Amy

      is this certified gluten free?

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