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SURVIVE2THRIVE 40 DAYS/NIGHTS 100% ORGANIC FOOD SUPPLY......SURVIVE AND THRIVE!

 


THE ONLY CERTIFIED 100% ORGANIC GRAB & GO FOOD SUPPLY


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40 Days/Nights Organic Food Supply is:


  • 100% Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan

  • Individually Vacuum Sealed in 6 & 7 mil. food-grade bags
10-15 Year Shelf Life

  • No Preservatives - Real Dry, Uncooked Food

  • Less than $2 per Organic Meal

  • Easy to Transport - Easy to Store

    Each Pail Contains The Following Certified Organic Food (Basic Prep Instructions Below) 


    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


    Basic Information:


    Weight: 35 lbs


    Dimensions: 13" H x 13" W x 16" D


    We created this 40-Day Organic Food Supply because the majority of food storage option available are absolutely horrible.  They are just empty calories that are loaded with GMO's, preservatives, and extremely high levels of sodium while offering very little nutritional value. I personally can't imagine thriving on such 'food', and I use the term loosely here, for any length of time. If you are looking for Non-GMO, Certified Organic Food Storage that will keep you healthy for a long period of time look no further.  


    We are the only Certified Organic, Non-GMO Grab & Go Food Storage on the market.  


    The concept behind our Organic Food Storage is a "back to basics" approach.  Everything in the bucket is raw, uncooked - just real food.  We do not dehydrate, freeze dry, or add any preservatives. The time is now to enhance your food storage with vacuum sealed 100% organic food that is healthy and will allow you to not only survive but to thrive in a preparedness situation. We have packed this bucket with highly nutritious, nutrient dense food items that are easy to prepare. All contained in an easy to store and carry bucket for any situation.


    If you can't cook in a situation that dictates the use of stored or foraged food, you will not survive in the long term.  Cooking is a basic skill that everyone must have to really survive and thrive!!


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    Basic Information & Preparation Instructions

    ROLLED OATS: 5 lbs 

    Oats are highly nutritious and are rich in fiber. The special form of fiber in oats is itself rich in beta-glucans, a kind of fiber with important cholesterol and blood sugar balancing as well as immune enhancing benefits. Oats are also rich in protein, vitamins and minerals. They are versatile in that you can cook them or just soak them for 20-30 minutes before eating them. Soaking oats with raisins or other dried fruit creates a very tasty breakfast.

    Basic Preparation: 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 one ½ cup of rolled oats. Cover, reduce the heat and simmer for 20 minutes or until it reaches the consistency you like for oatmeal.

    BROWN RICE: 4 lbs

    Why would you ever eat white rice, when the milling process removes close to 70 % of the nutrient content. Rice is probably one of the most consumed grains worldwide. Unlike white rice, brown rice contains valuable fiber in its bran as well as vitamin rich properties in the valuable rice-germ. Brown rice is also rich in minerals such as selenium, manganese, iron and magnesium, not to mention the many essential fatty acids and B complex vitamins, in addition to substantial amounts of fiber.

    Basic Preparation: 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.

    MILLET: 4 lbs

    Millet is another healthy grain that is less well known in the west but which is gaining in popularity. It has been enjoyed as a staple for hundreds of years in both Africa and certain regions of India. Millet is one of the few grains that is considered to have an alkaline effect on the body, a fact that is gaining recognition in many nutritional circles which consider that an alkaline body is less likely to succumb to disease.  Millet is rich in amino acids, minerals, B vitamins and other important phytonutrients. It is particularly rich in phosphorous, a mineral that is crucial for the rebuilding of cell membranes and of the nervous system .  It also has a high amino acid content.

    Basic Preparation: 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. Some chefs recommend rinsing grains and beans before cooking.

    GARBANZO BEANS: 3 lbs

    Garbanzo Beans have high nutritional content, namely fiber, protein, trace minerals, vitamins, fatty acids, antioxidant rich phytochemicals and folates. Garbanzos, probably because of their high fiber and nutrient dense nature, give a feeling of fullness that prevents overeating. Garbanzos are high in fiber and many studies have shown how fiber assists in the balance of excess blood fats, cholesterol and blood sugar levels. 

    Basic Preparation: Combine ½ cup of garbanzos in a pan with 2 cups of water. Allow to 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.

    GREEN LENTILS: 3 lbs

    Lentils are also a food with a high nutritional content.  As with most beans and pulses, lentils are high in fiber, which help s balance blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Lentils are also are rich in beneficial antioxidants, folates, protein, minerals and B vitamins. One mineral that is especially rich in lentils is magnesium, an important mineral that helps relax arteries and thus benefit cardiovascular health. Another important mineral well represented in lentils is potassium, a crucial mineral involved in the cell’s absorption of nutrients and release of waste. Lentils can be easily soaked overnight and then rinsed twice daily for 2-3 days until they sprout. In this form no cooking is needed and the lentils can be added to salads or sandwiches.

    Basic Preparation: Combine ½ cup of lentils in a pan with 2 cups of water. Allow to 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. 

    BLACK BEANS: 2 lbs

    Black Beans have a special kind of fiber that the colon uses to produce butyric acid, a fatty acid that the cells of the colon uses to fuel their activity and maintain proper intestinal transit time. Sufficient fiber intake is crucial to good intestinal health. Black beans are rich in fiber, beneficial antioxidants, folates, protein, minerals and B vitamins. 

    Basic Preparation: Combine ½ cup of black beans in a pan with 2 cups of water. Allow to 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.

    PINTO BEANS: 2 lbs

    Pinto Beans are high in fiber, which helps balance blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Pinto beans are also rich in beneficial antioxidants, folates, protein, minerals and B vitamins. One mineral that is especially rich in molybdenum that helps detox sulfites from the body. They also contain good iron content, a mineral that needs replenishing regularly. Other important minerals in pinto beans that are cofactors in the production of a very potent antioxidant, Superoxide Dismutase are copper and manganese.  Pintos are particularly high in protein too.

    Basic Preparation: Combine ½ cup of pinto beans in a pan with 2 cups of water. Allow to soak overnight. The pinto 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.

    QUINOA: 2 lbs

    Quinoa is a nutty south American supergrain that is rich in amino acids (protein) as well as many other nutrients. What sets quinoa apart from other grains is that it is a complete protein. It is also high in mineral content, especially manganese, magnesium, phosphorous, copper and iron amongst others. Quinoa is also rich in phytochemicals that act as antioxidants in the body. A diet containing frequent portions of whole grains has been shown to contribute to a reduced risk for a large number of health conditions as part of a healthy lifestyle.

    Basic Preparation: Combine ½ cup of quinoa in a pan with 1cup 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.

    SPROUTED BUCKWHEAT: 1 lb

    Buckwheat is wheat free and gluten free and is a great substitute for other grains. Buckwheat may also help in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels and supporting the cardiovascular system.

    Buckwheat is a considered a complete protein containing all eight essential amino acids. Buckwheat is also high in fiber, minerals and antioxidants. Buckwheat also is a great cleanser and can help alkalize the body.   Buckwheat is high in iron and calcium, bioflavonoids, flavonols and co-enzyme Q10. It contains all of the B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, and selenium, as well as many other nutrients.

    Basic Preparation: Eat dry as a snack or add to your oatmeal.

    POWDERED MILK: 1 lb (Not available anymore - Informational use only)

    Organic powdered milk has a creamy taste with your oatmeal makes a winning breakfast. What’s more, consuming dairy that is not organic is not at all healthy. This milk is 100 % organic from cows that are treated as nature intended, grass fed, free roaming and without hormones or antibiotics. Rich in calcium.

    Basic Preparation: Combine ½ cup powdered milk with 1 cup or more water and blend in a blender or shake in a clean jar with the lid on.

    SPROUT BLEND: 1 lb

    Sprout blend contains sprouts of the following seeds that are subsequently dried at a low temperature. French and red lentils; whole peas, mung beans, aduki beans, alfalfa and radish. As mentioned above under sprouted sunflower seeds, all sprouted seeds contain a much higher nutritional profile than their un-sprouted counterparts.

    Basic Preparation: 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.

    PANCAKE MIX (GLUTEN FREE): 1 lb

    This pancake and baking mix makes delicious, gluten free and casein free pancakes, waffles, crêpes, muffins and more. This mix blends well with the organic powdered milk in the pail. If you follow a gluten free and/or casein free diet, you can blend this mix with dairy free rice, or almond milk.

    Basic Preparation: Combine pancake mix and powdered milk in a bowl. Add sufficient water and blend or mix well with a fork to desired batter consistency, adding water as needed. 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 sides are brown.   Flip and cook approximately 45 seconds. Top your stack of pancakes with toppings of your choice. For a fluffier pancake batter add one egg to your batter prior to mixing.

    ENERFOOD GREEN SUPERFOOD POWDER: 7/8 lb

    Enerfood, our award winning greens product Enerfood was a must for the pail, since it 100% Organic and contains powerful nutrition for better health, energy and immune system support. It is not just us that think so. Enerfood was Voted BEST SUPERFOOD by Natural News! 

    Basic Preparation: 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.

    CHIA SEED: 1/2 lb

    Chia itself is considered a superfood. It has an optimal balance of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids as well as being a superb source of vegetable based protein. Chia is hydrophilic in nature. It absorbs much more water than most other foods, leaving you feeling full and allowing your body to absorb nutrition more slowly.

    Basic Preparation: Eat dry as a snack and drink water. The chia will absorb the water and help keep you hydrated.

    FERMENTED MISO POWDER: 1/4 lb

    This organic fermented vegetable stock is easily rehydrated with water and added to your beans or grains just prior to turning off the heat . Once added, remove pot from heat and allow this final liquid to be absorbed into the grains or mix with the beans. Miso is a great buttery and salty stock alternative that is rich in Vitamin B12 and minerals.

    Basic Preparation: 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!

    CAJUN SPICE MIX: 1/8 lb

    This tasty little blend adds some zest to your stored foods. When you prepare your beans or lentils, you can add some Cajun spice to the pot to give some clean warming flavor. It contains black pepper, cayenne, sea salt, garlic, onion and paprika.

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

    Here Is an Example Nutritional Breakdown.  We put together example meals for each day and came out with these numbers.  Now, many people might be concerned with calories...Well, there is a major difference between calories and nutrition.  Empty calories are detrimental to your health, especially in a survival/crisis situation. Real Nutrition will give you the tools you need to be at your best, physically and mentally.

    Avg. Cost/Serving: $0.81
    Avg. Cost/Day: $6.01
    Avg. Cost/Meal: $1.85
       *Based of 3.25 meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Snack, Dinner)
    Avg. Calories/Day: 1027
    Avg. Fat/Day: 13g
    Avg. Sodium/Day: 529mg
    Avg. Protein/Day: 43g


    100% ORGANIC FOOD SUPPLY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    Why Is The Pail Organic?

    There is much debate about why going organic is so important. It is an important topic to debate for multiple reasons because it is truly significant with regards to our health. Most people I talk to believe that organics means foods that are grown without pesticides. While this is true and important, it is only a small part of a very important equation. When a farmer practices organic agriculture, pest and weed control are definitely part of the puzzle, but nourishing the soil and feeding and building up essential soil flora and fauna are the most important things farmers can do. The reasons for this are that if you nourish the soil well it builds a fungal web and also increases the health of soil organisms that break down the minerals into a size that plants can absorb. Healthy soil means healthy plants and healthy plants rarely need pesticides or herbicides, even natural alternatives. This is a much more essential part of the process. Other important things farmers can do are to build the soil with compost and minerals. Another essential element of organic agriculture is to preserve the sol you have built. This involves good water management to prevent erosion, as well as mulching that will also prevent erosion and hold the nutrients in the soil for the plant to absorb.

    When you understand that conventional farming only fertilizes using 3 minerals; nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium, you can see why conventional veggies have much less nutritional value. Our bodies need over 70 different minerals to function optimally and if they are not in the soil, as they are with a good organic farming method, we will not get them.

    How Does Your Stored Foods Differ From Other Stored Foods?

    The concept of storing food is an age old one that is gaining a renewed appreciation in many circles and for many reasons. Unfortunately much of the prepared food available on the market today has certain distinct disadvantages. Much of what is available is canned. Most cans used commercially for canning  contain lining material that uses Bisphenol A, an endocrine disrupting compound that is being banned in Europe and many other countries worldwide. Other foods and often canned foods contain high amounts of salt and sugar, in addition to artificial colorings, artificial flavorings, MSG and other items that have been proven to be detrimental to our health. We believe that whatever foods you store should be as healthy as possible and this is why we created thIS ORGANIC FOOD SUPPLY.

    How Should I Store The S2T Organic Food Supply?

    You should store your Organic Food Supply in a cool dry place.  Heat and moisture will deteriorate anything over time so it is best to keep it away from these elements.

    Can I use the Organic Food Supply with Other Stored Foods?

    YES.  The S2T Organic Food Supply was designed to enhance your stored foods.  We understand that the majority of people that store food have other types of food storage.  This is why we created this organic pail was for those looking for alternatives to the other products that are less healthy and nutritious.  Feel free to mix and match, add Garbanzos to your soup or pasta.  There is no exact manual.  You are free to do with it what you want.  

    What is The Purpose of The Miso & Cajun Spice Blend in the Organic Food Supply?

    The purpose of these two ingredients is to add a little flavor that is healthy.  These two items are also organic and are used to make your food taste better.  Feeling good about what you eat is so important and when you eat storable food that is not only highly nutritious but also delicious it makes the experience that much better.

    Is the Organic Food Supply for 1 Person for 40 Days/Nights?

    YES.  The S2T Organic Food Supply is designed for one person.  However, if neccessarry it can be extended out further especially in a crisis situation.  


     

    Customer Reviews

    Good kit but would last at most 20 days Review by Christopher de Vidal
    I may get this kit as it's probably the only pre-packaged gluten-free organic ready-to-go bucket on the market. But be forewarned of the false advertising: It only provides 1,027 calories per day. See the "Nutritional Breakdown" tab.

    They expect you to get through 40 days of crisis on those few calories. A crisis where you may be lifting, hammering, walking everywhere (or running!), etc.

    They defend this decision by talking about empty calories versus nutrition (see the "Calories vs. Nutrition" tab) but that's based on a false premise. To thrive you need at least 2000 GOOD calories per day. Else why not eat just 500 calories of the world's most nutritious foods and be done?

    With my body type and energy output during a crisis I'll need about 3500 per day. So this kit would last me maybe 10-15 days. Others who need fewer calories (small women/children) might stretch it to 20 days, but I can't see going beyond that.

    Interestingly, the provide links on the "Calories vs. Nutrition" tab to validate their premise but instead each of them refutes it. This link says I need 2200 calories (non-crisis):
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Empty_calorie

    This link says processed foods should provide /more/ calories (though I know from experience and common sense that whole foods are better long term):
    http://www.precisionnutrition.com/digesting-whole-vs-processed-foods

    This link says you need more whole food calories than empty ones for the same effect:
    http://www.shapingconcepts.com/blog/empty-calories-versus-supportive-calories/

    The only situation in which you would be able to stretch it 40 days is if you were extremely sedentary. But keep in mind that even sitting still all day, you burn calories. My Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) (the number of calories you'd burn if you stayed in bed all day) is 1921. If you're in a quarantine situation, you could lie in bed all day (only rising to make meals) and probably not suffer weakness.

    So use this as you said to supplement your other storage foods and it'll really help. I love the organic, gluten-free, whole food options it provides. But don't think you'll be able to buy this alone and power through 40 days of crisis without quickly getting weak. (Posted on 7/4/12)
    Good Product Review by Tina
    Finally someone get it! This is a great product. Screw Monsanto! Thanks for supporting Organic. Just proves you can prep healthy. (Posted on 4/15/12)
    A bucket of beans is better than a bucket of crap Review by Dillon
    I agree with what William said. All this is is a bucket of beans and grains...and I LOVE IT! This is real food. I spent hours looking at all the nutrition facts of other stored foods and it basically is like storing fast food. I guess in this country, were people have no clue about nutrition, is why the other stored food companies are thriving. They are all packed with sodium, preservatives, GMO's. If they tell you different they are lying. I asked about the soy (since 95% of soy is GMO) and they couldn't give me a clear answer. That my friends is called a cover up.

    I like this product because it is not trying to hide what it is. Just real food. This is how my parents stored food during the war and I imagine this is the same kind of food the settlers and pioneers used (minus the vacuum part).
    I could probably do this myself but I don't have a organic source for all of these and frankly with 4 kids, a job and a wife who is disabled I don't have the time. This is simple, healthy, and just makes sense. Thanks and God Bless (Posted on 4/11/12)
    Big bucket of beans Review by William
    This is basically a big bucket filled with vacuum-packed bags of beans and grains. This is certainly a healthy route, and we'd all be better off if we ate like this every day. On the other hand, this kind of diet might be a big jump for somebody used to eating a lot of processed, prepared foods regularly. There is certainly no "cheesy lasagna" in this pail. If you are worried about eating like this, you could try a one-day experiment with oatmeal for breakfast, seasoned rice for lunch, and a simple bean soup for dinner. If you feel satisfied, this pail could be right for you. Plus, it's never to early to start eating natural, healthy food - if you don't eat food from factories, you won't care when the factories shut down!

    Having said that, there is no "magic" in this bucket. You could probably buy your own vacuum sealing machine and store the same food yourself at a lower cost-per-serving. On the other hand, if you tend to procrastinate like me, the vacuum-sealing project won't actually happen until it's too late. Buying this bucket is an easy way to start your food storage without needing to figure out a bunch of stuff first. (Posted on 2/22/12)

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