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Fox News’ Sean Hannity Lays Out Closing Argument For Election Day

“In my mind, tomorrow is an important day. The answer couldn’t be more clear. So if you’re in a swing state. If you’re in Florida. If you’re in Ohio. If you’re in Iowa, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada. If you’re in Maine’s second congressional district. North Carolina. We need you. It’s up to you. You can decide tomorrow to save America from the declining state it is in and stop this downward spiral. That’s what this election is about. Tomorrow night, if Hillary Clinton is elected, those who didn’t support Donald Trump, voted for Hillary, or NeverTrumper, I’m telling you right now. You own her Supreme Court. You own her unvetted refugees. You own her tax increases. You own her open borders. You own ObamaCare. And you own her ‘energy independence.’ You will own it.”

-Sean Hannity, American radio/TV show host, author, and conservative political commentator, on the Fox News TV show Hannity Monday night


“Sean Hannity: If Hillary wins, you own it”
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By Christopher E. Hill
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Product Review: Daily Bread Freeze-Dried Food

As part of my “Project Prepper” series of posts, I recently mentioned that I picked up a couple of Mountain House Classic Buckets of freeze-dried food at some terrific prices.

I bought the Mountain House brand despite never tasting it. That being said, I did do a significant amount of research beforehand, and most reviews of that label were very positive.

Still, probably not the best way to go about selecting emergency food. After all, what if it tastes like crap? Kind of demoralizing if WTSHTF I’m stuck eating something I’d rather not.

I’ve decided to conduct some “product reviews” of freeze-dried food on this blog in the coming weeks. While taste is subjective, I’d like to see if I did okay in acquiring those Mountain House buckets, or if other “major-brand” foods of this type are more “tastier.”

First up is Daily Bread (offered by Food Insurance). I blogged on March 21, 2013 (Project Prepper, Part 11):

Now, some time ago, I was introduced to freeze-dried foods by the folks over at the National Geographic Channel as part of a “thank you” package for blogging about Doomsday Preppers. I received a sample of beef stroganoff from a well-known company that prepares and sells such food. Busting it out for lunch one day, I found it to be easy to make (open package, add boiling water, seal, and wait), and rather surprisingly, it didn’t taste all that bad. A little bland, but some pepper cured that.

More recently, I had the opportunity to try some different freeze-dried food samples from a company called Daily Bread, which according to their website is “nationally recognized as the leading brand in the emergency food supply industry.” I understand their products are recommended by Glenn Beck of TheBlaze TV and Sean Hannity of FOX News. I received samples of their beef stroganoff and lasagna with meat sauce and had them for lunch on two different days. Once again I found them easy to make. However, I experienced first-hand why Daily Bread received the recommendations it did from these two media personalities. Their beef stroganoff was considerably more tastier than the other brand (no pepper needed this time). And the lasagna with meat sauce was delicious.

Now, I noticed some of the noodles in each beef stroganoff sample were a little “crunchy” upon eating. I suspected that might have been because I poured the contents of each package into a bowl (which was permissible per the directions for each) upon completing their preparation rather than letting the food sit in their pouches and eating it from there. When I had the lasagna with meat sauce for lunch, I just ate it right from the pouch. And you know what? Perfectly “cooked” with no crunchy food.

Anyway, that’s been my experiment with freeze-dried foods to date. And I’m thinking they’ll probably play a major role in my emergency food supplies based on my experience so far.

Now, sometime after I wrote that, I decided to obtain another sample of Daily Bread freeze-dried food through Food Insurance. A 2.54 oz (72g) pouch containing “Freeze Dried Chicken Teriyaki with Rice” was sent to me. It was billed as “A Sweet Combination of Oriental Flavors.” We shall see…

Daily Bread Freeze-Dried Food Pouch

Preparing the meal was easy. I tore open the pouch, removed the oxygen absorber, added 1 cup of boiling water to the pouch, stirred the contents, pinched the pouch shut, let it sit for the maximum recommended time (9 minutes) to ensure it was perfectly “cooked,” and then busted it open. Here’s the final product:

Daily Bread Freeze-Dried Food Cooked

After bringing the freeze-dried entrée back to life, I grabbed a glass of water (will just be drinking water during this series of reviews to ensure my taste buds aren’t compromised) and carried the pouch plus water over to my front room so I could chow down on what was going to be my lunch.

By the way, the pouch had some heft to it (stirring in the boiling water makes one 10 ounce serving).

Verdict

The Daily Bread chicken teriyaki with rice was thoroughly-“cooked”- nothing crunchy- and was excellent tasting- not too sweet, and definitely not bland.

I was also pretty full after eating that single serving, with no immediate desire for a side dish or dessert.

On a side note, I actually found myself trying to scrape up any last morsel of the meal with my spoon while watching TV.

“Give us this day our Daily Bread.” That’s for sure.

Daily Bread freeze-dried food is sold through Food Insurance (one of this blog’s affiliate marketing partners- reviewed here), and right now the Kaysville, Utah-based company is offering a completely FREE entrée sample to the public- meaning no shipping and handling charges, and no obligation to buy. This free food sample pack is being made available for a very limited time only.

Interested in obtaining a sample or checking out the Daily Bread offerings? Click on the banner ad below and you will be taken to the Food Insurance website. Please note that I receive a commission from any purchases you make on the site.


Christopher E. Hill
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Advertiser Special: Food Insurance™ Buy Premium 2-Week Bug-Out-Bag, Get Free 2-Week Bug-Out-Bag

Yesterday afternoon, I received an e-mail about a limited time special offer from one of the advertisers on Survival And Prosperity, Food Insurance™ (reviewed here):

It’s a Bug-Out-Bag bonanza at Food Insurance™! Purchase our top selling Premium Bug-Out-Bag and receive a FREE 2-Week Bug-Out-Bag ($199.99 value). These ready-to-go kits are ideal for home emergency preparedness, are compact enough for college students, and they make great gifts.

Food Insurance™ Bug-Out-Bags include:

• 2-week food kit (3 meals per day for 1 adult)
• Water filter bottle (filters 100 gallons)
• Cooking stove and fuel
• Flashlight/Radio combo (premium only)
• Emergency all-in-one tool (premium only)
• First aid kit (premium only)

No offer code is required, simply add the Premium Bug-Out-Bag to your cart and an additional 2-Week Bug-Out-Bag will automatically be added to your order for FREE*. There is no limit on how many Premium Bug-Out-Bags you can order. Don’t miss out, these popular Bug-Out-Bags will sell fast. Don’t delay, order today!

Be smart, be prepared,
The Food Insurance™ Team

*Only valid while supplies last.


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In case you’re not familiar with this terrific company, from their website:

Having an emergency food supply isn’t a new idea. Many of our customers have shared memories of food storage rooms full of canned goods in their parent or grandparent’s basement. What we have found is that many people want to have survival food storage on hand, but don’t know how to get started.

Food Insurance has the perfect solution. We provide gourmet emergency food supplies that are easy to prepare, compact to store, last 25+ years, and are affordable. With Food Insurance emergency food supplies, you can be confident that your family is prepared for whatever life may bring your way.

By the way, did you know Food Insurance™ has been endorsed by both Sean Hannity of FOX News and Glenn Beck of TheBlaze TV?

Remember, this a limited time special offer. Did you notice that “*Only valid while supplies last” message?

If you’re interested, click on the banner ad below and you’ll be taken to the Food Insurance™ website. Please note that by clicking on the ad and purchasing a product, I receive a commission from the sale.


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Food Insurance™ Memorial Day Sale: 25% Off 3-Month Basic Bundles

Another affiliate advertising partner of Survival And Prosperity, the emergency food supply company Food Insurance™ (reviewed here), is also having a Memorial Day Sale. From their e-mail:

This week only, save 25% on Food Insurance™ 3-month basic bundles. With three new bundle options, including a 6-pack of water bricks, a 2-week bug-out-bag, or a volcano stove, there is a bundle option that will fit everyone’s preparedness goals.

The sale ends Monday, May 27, 11:59 PM EST.

Founded in 2009 and initially focused on offering emergency kits that were tailored to FEMA guidelines, Food Insurance™ has expanded since then, offering both long-term emergency food supplies and non-food emergency products.

The company has been endorsed by both Sean Hannity of FOX News and Glenn Beck of TheBlaze TV.

By clicking on the following banner ad you will be taken to the company’s website where you can find out more information about the sale. Please note that by clicking on this link and purchasing a product(s) on the Food Insurance™ site, I receive a commission from the sale(s).

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Food Insurance™ Warehouse Sale Ends Today

Last chance to take advantage of the Food Insurance™ Warehouse Sale that I blogged about last Friday and which ends today. From that post:

Just wanted to pass along an e-mail I received from emergency food supply company Food Insurance™, whose affiliate program I belong to. You may remember my review of the Kaysville, Utah-based business back in January.

Food Insurance™ is having a big warehouse sale this weekend. From that e-mail:

Don’t miss your chance to receive extreme savings on your favorite Food Insurance™ products. This weekend only, receive 20% Off and Free Shipping on all orders over $100.

The discount is reflected at checkout with minimum purchase of $100.

Sale ends Monday, May 6!

Founded in 2009 and initially focused on offering emergency kits that were tailored to FEMA guidelines, Food Insurance™ has expanded since then, offering both long-term emergency food supplies and non-food emergency products.

The company has been endorsed by both Sean Hannity of FOX News and Glenn Beck of TheBlaze TV.

By clicking on the following banner ad you will be taken to the company’s website where you can find out more information about the sale. Please note that by clicking on this link and purchasing a product(s) on the Food Insurance™ site, I receive a commission from the sale(s).

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By Christopher E. Hill, Editor
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Food Insurance™ Warehouse Sale: 20 Percent Off And Free Shipping Site-Wide

Just wanted to pass along an e-mail I received from emergency food supply company Food Insurance™, whose affiliate program I belong to. You may remember my review of the Kaysville, Utah-based business back in January.

Food Insurance™ is having a big warehouse sale this weekend. From that e-mail:

Don’t miss your chance to receive extreme savings on your favorite Food Insurance™ products. This weekend only, receive 20% Off and Free Shipping on all orders over $100.

The discount is reflected at checkout with minimum purchase of $100.

Sale ends Monday, May 6!

Founded in 2009 and initially focused on offering emergency kits that were tailored to FEMA guidelines, Food Insurance™ has expanded since then, offering both long-term emergency food supplies and non-food emergency products.

The company has been endorsed by both Sean Hannity of FOX News and Glenn Beck of TheBlaze TV.

By clicking on the following banner ad you will be taken to the company’s website where you can find out more information about the sale. Please note that by clicking on this link and purchasing a product(s) on the Food Insurance™ site, I receive a commission from the sale(s).

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By Christopher E. Hill, Editor
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Project Prepper, Part 11: From Water To Food

In my last “Project Prepper” post, I blogged about my emergency water supply- which wasn’t much. Two filled Desert Patrol 6 gallon rigid water containers from Reliance Products for my girlfriend and me in our current residence on Chicago’s Northwest Side (plus that case of “el cheapo” bottled water in my car’s trunk).

Make that one water container now.

I wasn’t confident that my repair job on that leaking container would stand the test of time, so rather than deal with a potential mini-tsunami in my pad, I tossed it in the recycling bin. Now, I just need to bust out that Scepter 5 Gallon Manual Venting Water Jerry Can with CRC (Light Blue/Military Style) I ordered from Amazon.com for $20.90 to see if it fits the bill. In which case, I’ll probably order another one unless I come across something better in the next couple of days.

Which would give my girlfriend and me 16 gallons of stored emergency water, or an 8-day supply of water each for drinking and sanitation if I went by Ready.gov’s calculations.

More on my emergency water supply situation next time.

And speaking about Ready.gov, here’s what their website has to say about food:

Consider the following things when putting together your emergency food supplies:

• Store at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food.
• Choose foods your family will eat.
• Remember any special dietary needs.
• Avoid foods that will make you thirsty.
• Choose salt-free crackers, whole grain cereals and canned foods with high liquid content.

Following a disaster, there may be power outages that could last for several days. Stock canned foods, dry mixes and other staples that do not require refrigeration, cooking, water or special preparation. Be sure to include a manual can opener and eating utensils.

Now, some time ago, I was introduced to freeze-dried foods by the folks over at the National Geographic Channel as part of a “thank you” package for blogging about Doomsday Preppers. I received a sample of beef stroganoff from a well-known company that prepares and sells such food. Busting it out for lunch one day, I found it to be easy to make (open package, add boiling water, seal, and wait), and rather surprisingly, it didn’t taste all that bad. A little bland, but some pepper cured that.

More recently, I had the opportunity to try some different freeze-dried food samples from a company called Daily Bread, which according to their website is “nationally recognized as the leading brand in the emergency food supply industry.” I understand their products are recommended by Glenn Beck of TheBlaze TV and Sean Hannity of FOX News. I received samples of their beef stroganoff and lasagna with meat sauce and had them for lunch on two different days. Once again I found them easy to make. However, I experienced first-hand why Daily Bread received the recommendations it did from these two media personalities. Their beef stroganoff was considerably more tastier than the other brand (no pepper needed this time). And the lasagna with meat sauce was delicious.

Now, I noticed some of the noodles in each beef stroganoff sample were a little “crunchy” upon eating. I suspected that might have been because I poured the contents of each package into a bowl (which was permissible per the directions for each) upon completing their preparation rather than letting the food sit in their pouches and eating it from there. When I had the lasagna with meat sauce for lunch, I just ate it right from the pouch. And you know what? Perfectly “cooked” with no crunchy food.

Anyway, that’s been my experiment with freeze-dried foods to date. And I’m thinking they’ll probably play a major role in my emergency food supplies based on my experience so far.

By Christopher E. Hill, Editor
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

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