My friend Donna sent this to me.  It is a list of food items for a 72-hr emergency kit.  This is a great kit to have on hand in case you lose all power, have to evacuate due to weather conditions, or come across any other emergencies.  Especially with food allergies, emergency shelters will be hard pressed to be able to accommodate your needs (especially if you are also allergic to gluten…I can’t imagine!).  I plan on updating my 72-hr kit this month:)  (Note:  With a dairy-only allergy, you can add things like graham crackers or teddy grahams (double check labels!!!), saltine crackers, dairy-free granola bars and the like, if you want to supplement your food.  You can also substitute soymilk or rice milk for the almond milk.)

Gluten & Dairy Free 72 hour kit (Compiled by J. Dalley)

Contents:

3 Larabars
1 pkg Lundberg Rice Cakes
1 bag of GF Granola (like Bakery on Main)
4 Beef Jerky
1 Can of Chicken or Tuna
1 box of Mary’s Gone Crackers
2 cans of Dinty Moore Beef Stew
1 can of Hormel Chili
2 Applesauce
2 Canned Fruit
3 Fruit Leather
3 Fruit Roll-up or Fruit Snacks
2 boxes of raisins
2 boxes of Pacific Almond Milk
1 juice box
1 container of Country Time Lemonade
1 jar of Peanut or other Nut Butter
1 small jar of Honey
1 gallon of water
1 Big-E Cup of Eclipse Gum
Condiments: Jelly, Mayo, Mustard, Pickle Relish

Menu:
Day 1
Breakfast: 1 Larabar, 1 Applesauce
Lunch: 2 Beef Jerky, 1 Canned Fruit
Dinner: 1 can of Beef Stew, 4 crackers
Snack: 1 box of raisins, 1 fruit leather, peanut butter & honey, gum
Drink: Almond Milk, Lemonade/Water

Day 2
Breakfast: 3 Rice Cakes w/ Jelly, GF Granola
Lunch: Chicken Salad w/ crackers
Dinner: Chili, 4 crackers
Snack: 2 fruit roll-up/fruit snacks, peanut butter & honey, gum
Drink: 1 juice box, Lemonade/Water

Day 3
Breakfast: 1 Larabar. 1 Applesauce
Lunch: 2 Beef Jerky, 1 Canned Fruit
Dinner: 1 can of Beef Stew, 4 crackers
Snack, 1 box of raisins, rice cakes with peanut butter & honey, gum
Drink: Almond Milk, Lemonade/Water

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