My wife totally agrees.
I agree on the price point. However, when it comes to taste I think I’m worth it. I don’t mind the price for 14-day supply once it becomes available again…
You’ll be happy to know that FEMA finally released the new course materials! I’m a CERT Trainer in Colorado Springs. Here’s the link (scroll down for the new materials):
Not being a vegetarian and having no desire to focus on vegetables, i can concur that Mountain House products are delicious! While pricey, they are the MOST LIKELY to be eaten in a dangerous situation. I frequently teach people to only keep foods on hand that they like–disasters are tough enough, why eat something you don’t like? You can buy pails with special easy to seal lids at Home Depot and Lowes that have a unique rubber seal (often referred to as a gamma seal). Buy MH products, put them in the better buckets, and store them some place safe. They last for a long, long time…!
Good beginning. Now, include a good discussion on the application of calibers to what’s hunted. Handgun calibers are good for defensive, close in (under 25 yards) contact for the most part. The larger calibers (.357 Magnum to 500 S&W magnum are often chosen for hunting animals including boars, deer, and cats (mountain lion, etc)…. Beginners need to know which firearm in which caliber(s) for a given set of circumstances…
Any chance you have this as a PDF??? Great material worth sharing and including in files folder on facebook.