Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Don't go hungry when disaster strikes

Have the wildfires in California and the recent drought gotten you thinking about impending survival situations?

Want to show your support for the troops by sharing their diet?

Whether you're worried about earthquakes, tornados or blackouts, the
Survival Food Store is your one-stop shop. There's even an Armageddon Pack, which provides 30 days of food for a family of four.

Caution: the
MRE (military-style Meals Ready-to-Eat) includes a Flameless Ration Heater, a water-activated chemical pack that can heat the food up to 100 degrees.

Careful, though -- they sound an awful lot like Wolfgang Puck's
self-heating (and explosive) lattes.

Even campers and RV lovers like Clarence Thomas might be interested in the canned butter (no refrigeration necessary).

-JACKIE SAUTER, Multimedia Editor

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