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Although I am not into sweets or empty calories, it seems to me that both white sugar and hard candy, if kept dry, would keep a very long, long time. I have not seen much mention of this food in survival discussion, so wondered if I am missing something important about simple sugar. There are a lot of calories in a 5 lb bag of sugar, and it makes a lot of other foods more palatable.
 
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I have never really thought much about it either, but you bring up some great points. You have my attention.
 

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Sugar does have a very long shelf life. Indefinite? I do not know. But a very long time. Honey, I know will outlast all of us and probably all of our great great great grand kids....They found honey in the pyramids, And it was still good. And thats a long ass time.
 

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In the hurricane section of my site I have a couple of databases that list food shelf lives and another that calculates what you what what you might need etc.

http://www.drzero.org/hurricane/
 

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Elokoman said:
MY PC couldn't download your data format, do you have it anywhere else?
The files are compressed using Winrar its like a ZIP file just named .rar here is a link to the program it will do any archive format you can thow at it just about.http://www.rarlab.com/

Once you open the .rar its in Excel and here is a link to a program for the database just in case you dont have Office.
http://www.openoffice.org/
 
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