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Military Surplus- Freeze Dried Canned Shrimp

Military Surplus- Freeze Dried Canned Shrimp

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Prepper Pantry Cooking: Freeze Dried Uncooked Shrimp -Just Add Water and Enjoy!

This Freeze Dried Canned Shrimp is current production and not over-runs. They were manufactured by a large military defense contractor. They are amazing: tender, juicy, with a crunchy pop, and as fresh as the day they were flash frozen and freeze dried! Get these delicious Freeze Dried Shrimp.

Features:

  • #10 Size Cans (aka Gallon Can)

  • 90-100 Shrimp per can

  • First-Run Quality

  • 25+ year shelf life

  • No Refrigeration Required

  • April 2023 Production

Benefits:

  • Long shelf life - can be stored for up to 25 years

  • No refrigeration required - perfect for camping, boating, traveling, or at the cabin

  • Tender, juicy, and flavorful

  • Easy to prepare - just soak in lukewarm water for 6 hours and cook

  • Versatile - can be used in a variety of dishes

How to Use:

To prepare the uncooked shrimp, just soak it in lukewarm water for 6 hours and cook, some pieces may need a little more time to rehydrate completely. We recommend rehydrating shrimp until they look like store-bought pieces.

This Peeled Shrimp is perfect for boiling, grilling, sauteing, or frying. They also can be cooked in ceviche, cocktail, stews, seafood soups, stir fry, sandwiches, sauté pan, cooked in the oven, skewered, grilled, or even broiled. It is completely up to you how you want to prepare them - the possibilities are endless. Once rehydrated, they look just like Peeled Shrimp you would get at your grocer's deli.

Storage:

Once opened, the uncooked shrimp can be stored in a Zip Lock bag with refrigeration for up to 1 year. They can also be stored in a zip lock bag without refrigeration for up to 60 days. Once they are re-hydrated, they can be stored in the fridge for up to 5 days.

Warnings:

Consuming raw or undercooked seafood may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
Please note that the shrimp may contain small bones.

Order your Canned Shrimp today and enjoy the delicious taste of fresh seafood without the hassle of refrigeration!

 Ingredients: Freeze Dried Uncooked Shrimp, Tripolyphosphate, Salt.
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Military Surplus Freeze Dried Food

Welcome to Military Surplus Meals. Here we have a variety of options for you to choose from that are sure to satisfy your needs. From army surplus freeze dried food, to military mre and more, we have everything you need for emergency preparedness and survival. Whether you're looking for individual and family emergency food supplies or bulk military rations,

Major Surplus & Survival is the place to shop! We offer a wide selection of US Army packaged foods such as MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) that provide great tasting and nutritious meals in any situation. Our selection also includes government surplus food items like Canned Chicken, Biscuits and other bulk items that allow you to stock up on provisions at great prices. Visit our store today for all your military mre needs!

What is Military Surplus?

Military surplus refers to the goods and equipment that are no longer needed by the military, typically due to advances in technology or changes in strategic or tactical needs. The surplus is often sold through government auctions or to private buyers for use in other fields, such as recreational activities (like camping) or military reenactments.

Is Military Food Good?

The quality of military food varies depending on a number of factors. Generally speaking, military meals are designed to be nutritious and filling, but not necessarily gourmet. Much of the food served in the military is pre-packaged, shelf-stable items that require little to no preparation.

How long do military Surplus food last?

Shelf life of 10 to 25 years, depending on the type and storage conditions.