Kosher Emergency Rations for Kids


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Kosher Emergency Rations for Kids

mamaleh | Jan 31, 2011 06:24 PM

My daughter's teacher asked me to help her come up with some ideas for re-stocking the emergency rations at her preschool. I don't know what it is like elsewhere, but in California each preschool is required to keep 72 hours of food and water on site for each child in case of earthquake/lockdown/emergency. It is suggested to have sources of protein, grains, and fruits/vegetables that are appealing to kids and do not require heating. The standard emergency super-food bars are not recommended because most kids will not eat them. The teacher previously stocked tuna, peanut butter, canned fruit and crackers. Does anyone have any other ideas for foods chas v'shalom we should ever need them? The self-heating MRE meals are probably too expensive. Canned are best. Shelf-stable, healthy, appealing for 2-5 year olds, inexpensive ...

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