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    All You Need to Know Show

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    : All You Need to Know Show with author and family preparedness expert Joyce Moseley Pierce. Join Joyce today as she intervews the Freeze Dry Guy As a young Paratrooper the FDG had the opportunity to jump out of many perfectly good aircraft carrying a heavy laden rucksack, generally weighing well over 100 pounds that my employer deemed necessary to the performance of my job. That heavy load usually allowed for no more than about 8 days worth of our beloved canned C-Rations. C-Rations were bulky and heavy, although actually pretty good tasting but they weighed in at around 3 pounds per day if we carried the entire ration. One day we were introduced to the Long Range Patrol Rations, AKA LRP’s. We were in love; the LRP Rations were lightweight, delicious, quick and easy to prepare and were very compact. We could now carry as much as 24 days of LRP Rations for about the same weight as 8 days worth of C-Rats. The individual items within the Freeze Dried rations averaged around 1/3rd to 1/5th the weight of the wet pack canned rations. I became so enamored with the LRP Rations that I called the manufacturer and asked to become a dealer for their products. They thought this was odd as I could get the foods free, but no I told them, I wanted to sell these products during my off duty time. Thus I became the first dealer of #10 cans of Mountain House Freeze Dried foods in the USA. The LRP Ration was the father of the Freeze Dried foods packed in cans and pouches that we sell today



     

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    All You Need to Know Show

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    1:00PM-2:00PM CT: All You Need to Know Show with author and family preparedness expert Joyce Moseley Pierce. Join Joyce today as she intervews the Freeze Dry Guy As a young Paratrooper the FDG had the opportunity to jump out of many perfectly good aircraft carrying a heavy laden rucksack, generally weighing well over 100 pounds that my employer deemed necessary to the performance of my job. That heavy load usually allowed for no more than about 8 days worth of our beloved canned C-Rations. C-Rations were bulky and heavy, although actually pretty good tasting but they weighed in at around 3 pounds per day if we carried the entire ration. One day we were introduced to the Long Range Patrol Rations, AKA LRP’s. We were in love; the LRP Rations were lightweight, delicious, quick and easy to prepare and were very compact. We could now carry as much as 24 days of LRP Rations for about the same weight as 8 days worth of C-Rats. The individual items within the Freeze Dried rations averaged around 1/3rd to 1/5th the weight of the wet pack canned rations. I became so enamored with the LRP Rations that I called the manufacturer and asked to become a dealer for their products. They thought this was odd as I could get the foods free, but no I told them, I wanted to sell these products during my off duty time. Thus I became the first dealer of #10 cans of Mountain House Freeze Dried foods in the USA. The LRP Ration was the father of the Freeze Dried foods packed in cans and pouches that we sell today



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  • 00:58

    All You Need to Know Show

    in Family


    : All You Need to Know Show with author and family preparedness expert Joyce Moseley Pierce. Join Joyce today as she intervews the Freeze Dry Guy As a young Paratrooper the FDG had the opportunity to jump out of many perfectly good aircraft carrying a heavy laden rucksack, generally weighing well over 100 pounds that my employer deemed necessary to the performance of my job. That heavy load usually allowed for no more than about 8 days worth of our beloved canned C-Rations. C-Rations were bulky and heavy, although actually pretty good tasting but they weighed in at around 3 pounds per day if we carried the entire ration. One day we were introduced to the Long Range Patrol Rations, AKA LRP’s. We were in love; the LRP Rations were lightweight, delicious, quick and easy to prepare and were very compact. We could now carry as much as 24 days of LRP Rations for about the same weight as 8 days worth of C-Rats. The individual items within the Freeze Dried rations averaged around 1/3rd to 1/5th the weight of the wet pack canned rations. I became so enamored with the LRP Rations that I called the manufacturer and asked to become a dealer for their products. They thought this was odd as I could get the foods free, but no I told them, I wanted to sell these products during my off duty time. Thus I became the first dealer of #10 cans of Mountain House Freeze Dried foods in the USA. The LRP Ration was the father of the Freeze Dried foods packed in cans and pouches that we sell today



     

  • 00:58

    All You Need to Know Show

    in Family


    : All You Need to Know Show with author and family preparedness expert Joyce Moseley Pierce. Join Joyce today as she intervews the Freeze Dry Guy As a young Paratrooper the FDG had the opportunity to jump out of many perfectly good aircraft carrying a heavy laden rucksack, generally weighing well over 100 pounds that my employer deemed necessary to the performance of my job. That heavy load usually allowed for no more than about 8 days worth of our beloved canned C-Rations. C-Rations were bulky and heavy, although actually pretty good tasting but they weighed in at around 3 pounds per day if we carried the entire ration. One day we were introduced to the Long Range Patrol Rations, AKA LRP’s. We were in love; the LRP Rations were lightweight, delicious, quick and easy to prepare and were very compact. We could now carry as much as 24 days of LRP Rations for about the same weight as 8 days worth of C-Rats. The individual items within the Freeze Dried rations averaged around 1/3rd to 1/5th the weight of the wet pack canned rations. I became so enamored with the LRP Rations that I called the manufacturer and asked to become a dealer for their products. They thought this was odd as I could get the foods free, but no I told them, I wanted to sell these products during my off duty time. Thus I became the first dealer of #10 cans of Mountain House Freeze Dried foods in the USA. The LRP Ration was the father of the Freeze Dried foods packed in cans and pouches that we sell today



     

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    All You Need to Know Show

    in Family

    1:00PM-2:00PM CT: All You Need to Know Show with author and family preparedness expert Joyce Moseley Pierce.
    Join Joyce today as she intervews the Freeze Dry Guy
    As a young Paratrooper the FDG had the opportunity to jump out of many perfectly good aircraft carrying a heavy laden rucksack, generally weighing well over 100 pounds that my employer deemed necessary to the performance of my job.

    That heavy load usually allowed for no more than about 8 days worth of our beloved canned C-Rations.  C-Rations were bulky and heavy, although actually pretty good tasting but they weighed in at around 3 pounds per day if we carried the entire ration.

    One day we were introduced to the Long Range Patrol Rations, AKA LRP’s.  We were in love; the LRP Rations were lightweight, delicious, quick and easy to prepare and were very compact.  We could now carry as much as 24 days of LRP Rations for about the same weight as 8 days worth of C-Rats.

    The individual items within the Freeze Dried rations averaged around 1/3rd to 1/5th the weight of the wet pack canned rations.

    I became so enamored with the LRP Rations that I called the manufacturer and asked to become a dealer for their products.  They thought this was odd as I could get the foods free, but no I told them, I wanted to sell these products during my off duty time.  Thus I became the first dealer of #10 cans of Mountain House Freeze Dried foods in the USA.  The LRP Ration was the father of the Freeze Dried foods packed in cans and pouches that we sell today 

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    Doctor Prepper CPR

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    Doctor Prepper CPR Tonight James is pleased to interview the Freeze Dry Guy Be sure to check out the Freeze Dry Guys February Specials 120 Day Meat Variety Unit Does Your Emergency Food Supply “Meat” the Standards for Survival? FDG On Facebook FDG on Youtube FDG on Twitter



     

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    Doctor Prepper CPR

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    Doctor Prepper CPR
    Tonight James is pleased to interview the Freeze Dry Guy
    Be sure to check out the Freeze Dry Guys February Specials
    120 Day Meat Variety Unit
    Does Your Emergency Food Supply “Meat” the Standards for Survival?
    FDG On Facebook
    FDG on Youtube
    FDG on Twitter

  • 01:40

    Doctor Prepper CPR

    in Family


    Doctor Prepper CPR


    Today James is pleased to interview the Freeze Dry Guy


    Be sure to check out the Freeze Dry Guys February Specials


    120 Day Meat Variety Unit


    Does Your Emergency Food Supply “Meat” the Standards for Survival?


    FDG On Facebook


    FDG on Youtube


    FDG on Twitter

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