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Southern Arizona Preppers Message Board › High calorie food bars?

High calorie food bars?

A former member
Post #: 530
I am looking for some high calorie food bars for our emergency get home bags as well as our bob. Where is a good place to get them please. Thanks, KC
user 20654681
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 169
I get mine from Emergency Essentials. The only thing is the mainstay bars are heavy!
A former member
Post #: 16
I. also, was going to say, 'Emergency Essentials'.
user 75009212
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 6
Hi Sisterpine! Shelf Reliance has high calorie bars also...they have a 1200, a 2400 and a 3600. They are all on sale right now too!
A former member
Post #: 531
I bet they are all heavy! Probably not though when compared with 2 liters of water or a few cans of beans! Thanks!
user 4492913
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 4
I find most of the "bars" to be unhealthy for me personally anyway.
too much sugar, flour, low quality fat. they give me heartburn,
chronic burps, and make me sleepy, and thirsty.
Personally, i find fruit wraps work better.
Sometimes called fruit roll-ups, or fruit leather, etc.
Might be worth a try anyway for you.
I like the ones from Trader Joe's, but i suppose
you could get them cheaper elsewhere.
A former member
Post #: 535
I thought of fruit wraps as well however I dont think they would survive long in the AZ heat in a car or a back pack???
user 4492913
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 8
Good question.
Some of the ones i have tried seem
pretty solid, dry and stable.
But i have never tested them in
a hot car trunk or similar.
Well, i should know by September, ha.
Joe P.
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 152
A former member
Post #: 538
Thank you Joe, that is a really good site and I enjoyed reading about the home made bars...they do not sound good to me at all but then neither do store bought bars!
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