- Your choice of beverage mix: tea bag instant coffee packet, powdered drink mix packet
- Gum or mints
- Granola bar
- Packet of instant soup
- Mini-sized candy
- Small bag of pretzels
- Small packet of nuts
- Small box of raisins
- Packet of dried fruit (apricots, mangoes, etc)
- Dried fish (like dried cuttlefish found in Asian stores)
- Nut butter squeeze packet
- Tiny seasoning packets: salt, pepper, sugar, Tabasco, etc
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Thursday, June 5, 2014
A Tiny Emergency Food Pack
How many times have you been caught out at meal time and there was no meal in sight (or there were some restaurants/fast food places but they happen to have sky-high prices because they are at venues with a captive audience)? The answer to this problem is to make a tiny emergency food pack that can be kept in your briefcase/day pack/messenger bag and utilized under these emergency conditions. Here are some items to include:
Posted by Code Name Insight at 7:33 PM
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A baggied load of peanuts, M&Ms and raisons does a pretty good job for me. Also include a few Atomic Fireball jawbreaker candies, those are good 'wake me up' for when you are getting the drowsies. A few folks even like dried shrimp - very salty but a packet fits a shirt pocket very handily. And I like the Pop Eyes Cajun Sparkle packages for seasonings, Tony Cachere's Cajun at home is stockpiled. :^)ReplyDelete
I keep a folded Capri Sun package with top cut off in my wallet for a foldable cup. Just about 10 oz. but enough to gather from a drinking fountain to walk around with or stand in line - I've used it more than a few times in the years I've carried it.
Good list - thanks.