[Sca-cooks] Pennsic queries....
danqualman at gmail.com
Fri Jul 2 19:18:36 PDT 2010
At those [prices I would but a 4X8 sheet of 2 inch pink foam at lowes use a
construction knife and cut it up to make my own cooler. Simply segregating
you food by meal and having it frozen you can keep a two week supply of
food good with dry ice and regular ice.But you bread and eggs fresh with a
couple of trips to the store. Staples do not need to kept cold. Using some
extra insulation you can use a common ice chest to keep you food fresh. If
you think about it what was done in peroid? Cured meats, or fresh that
day. baked goods that will keep fresk fruits and vegies. We now have the
ability to can food, So you can can your meat to use later. Dried
legumes. Stew with root vegitables.
Dan in Auburn
On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 5:57 AM, Saint Phlip <phlip at 99main.com> wrote:
> Sportsman's guide sells assorted Omigawd sized coolers, designed to
> keep the cold in and the heat out:
> However, looking at the price, Lehman's sell propane and kerosene
> freezers and refrigerators for about twice the price of of one of
> those large coolers.
> Here's some information on them:
> Our solution was to just buy a propane freezer, and a couple 20 lb
> propane tanks handles its fuel needs throughout Pennsic,
> Lehman's is an excellent company to deal with, btw. This year, I will
> have some people without much garb at Pennsic, so I decided to buy one
> of their non-electric washing machines
> and it arrived a week later. Excellent selection of stuff that will
> let you get off the grid.
> Saint Phlip
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