On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me, a Case of MREs

By CTD Suzanne published on in 12 Days of Christmas, Food, Outdoors, Preparedness, Survival

For a fast and convenient complete meal ready-to-eat, there is no comparison to a basic, made-for-civilian MRE. Made with quality ingredients, a case of MREs, which includes 12 full meals, is the perfect gift for the prepper, non-prepper, camper or hunter in your life. When bad weather knocks the power out you need food that does not require any of the utilities to prepare. Each MRE in the case includes a heater that only needs water to heat your food. In the case are 12 complete meals—more complete than freeze-dried or cans can give you. Each meal consists of about 1,400 calories and includes a main dish, a side dish, snack, drink mix and condiments and extras such as instant coffee, gum, wet napkin, hot sauce and a spoon. A case of MREs is fun for the kids, great for your emergency vehicle kit and your bug out bag. They will stay shelf stable for at least five years and quite possibly even longer. For a family of four you will need three cases to feed everyone three meals a day for three days.

Picture shows a brown box filled with MREs.

Made with quality ingredients, a case of MREs, which includes 12 full meals, is the perfect gift.

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On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me a case of MREs, eleven Army first aid kits, ten boxes of Allegiance 9mm PowerStrike ammo, nine AccuSharp SharpNEasy knife sharpeners, eight BSA laser and light combos, seven boxes of 7.62x39mm TulAmmo, six boxes of 12 gauge Federal buckshot, five machetes, four boxes of Armscor .223 Remington ammo, three LaserLyte Plinking cans and a LaserLyte Training Tyme Kit, two Allen tactical rifle cases, and a Cheaper Than Dirt Gift Card.

What’s on your wishlist? Tell us in the comment section.

Suzanne Wiley started shooting at a young age when her older brother bought a Marlin 60 and taught her to shoot. She took to shooting and developed a love for it when she realized she was a natural with a .22 LR rifle at summer camp. Suzanne has been an outdoor adventurer since she can remember-being from the Ozarks, there were bountiful caves, national parks, lakes, and camping spots to explore. From a young age, she has camped, fished, rode horses, went ATV exploring, rappelling, and even dabbled in beginner spelunking.
Suzanne joined the content team with over eight years experience at Cheaperthandirt.com. Starting out as a product description writer, Suzanne has extensive knowledge of the Cheaper Than Dirt! product base and is a good resource for suggestions on which products you need. Suzanne specializes in writing for the female shooter, beginner shooter, and the modern-day prepper. Though she prefers plinking with her S&W M&P 15-22, Suzanne also loves revolvers, the 1911, short-barreled AR-15s, and shooting full auto when she gets the chance. Suzanne is a staff writer for Cheaper Than Dirt!

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    While you are at it buy a box of plastic dinner ware , and get the “good” stuff . You may be using it longer than you planned ! ! ! ! OH and don’t forget “cheap” paper plates no use in buying the good ones just to burn them later ! ! ! !

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