28 Ounces in Each Can (#2.5 cans), 1-3/4 Pounds of US Raised and Commercially Canned Beef per can, fully cooked and ready to eat! A total of 21 Pounds of Beef.
Perfect item for your Food Storage Plan, Family Preparedness and Emergency Readiness. Made by Yoder's in Ohio, an Amish family tradition for more than 40 years, this product will protect your family and yourself in times of uncertainty. This Canned Meat is non-perishable, requires no refrigeration and is ideal for camping, travel, and long-term food storage. This product may be stored for 10 years or more in airtight sealed cans.
Produced exclusively from US farm raised, USDA inspected choice cuts of meat and commercially canned in the United States under the strictest quality standards for optimal taste, quality and safety.
28 oz. cans
Low fat content
10+ Year non-refrigerated shelf life
100% US Raised and US Canned
Also available from Yoder's: Chicken Chunks, Turkey Chunks, Pork Chunks, Pork Sausage, Hamburger, Taco Beef Filling
How do they can fresh meat?In the canning process, raw meat is placed in cans, the cans are sealed, and the product is cooked in it's natural juices. Yoder's canned meats have become popular because of their convenience, low fat content, and non-refrigerated shelf-life.
Shelf Life 10 years
Beef Stew Recipe:
2 cups of dehydrated Potato Slices
1 cup of Yoder's Beef Chunks
3 TBSP dehydrated Onions
3/4 cup dehydrated sweet garden peas
3/4 cup dehydrated green beans
1/2 cup dehydrated tomato powder
4 TSP Beef Base
1/2 cup dehydrated tomato flakes / freeze dried tomato dices
2 bay leaves
1/2 TSP ground pepper
Bring to boil in large pot 2 quarts water, add potato slices, onions, peas, tomatoes and green beans. Cook for 20-25 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add Beef Base, Beef. In a small bowl, mix tomato powder with 1/2 cup water until smooth, then mix into pot with the rest of the ingredients Continue simmering until all the flavors have married and everything is tender and stew has begun to thicken. Remove bay leaves before serving.