A disaster may eliminate water and power sources, cutting off any heating devices. What should you do about preparing your food? For meals that can be prepared on their own without any outside assistance, self-heating entrees have all of these sustaining qualities. Sold through Survival Supply, self-heating meals require no fire, heat, or gas and, designed to feed the military and first responders, have a shelf life of five years. These self-heating entrees also cook 20-percent faster and are 50-percent larger than regular MREs.
Cooking a self-heating meal is simple. All you need to do is lay the entree top side down on the heating pad inside of the heating bag. Add water to the pouch, fold, seal, and place on a heat-safe surface. In 10 to 20 minutes, your food is ready to eat.
To prepare for such extreme instances of disaster, vary your food supply with self-heating entrees from Survival Supply.