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Shelf-Stable-Protein With 10-Year Shelf-Life

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jan 7, 2009 • References: mredepot and supersizedmeals
If you camp a lot, have a platoon of hungry soldiers to feed, or you simply don’t like to cook, Yoder’s Canned Bacon might be something worth looking into. Each can contains 40 to 50 fully-cooked slices and will set you back about $10 when ordered in cases of 12 cans. The MRE bacon gets favorable reviews by the same guy who gives Cheeseburger in a Can a wobbly thumbs-up.

I question the wisdom of eating a food with a 10-year shelf life. I have a fruitcake in the cupboard that’s about half that age, but as far as I know, no one actually recommends eating fruitcake, it’s usually held in reserve in case the need arises for an item to re-gift.