Lady Bug Out Series – Dehydration: Food Preparation, Part 3

Join Daniel AKA THE CON MAN (THIS IS AN UPDATE TO THE ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION) BE AWARE OF THIS MAN PREDATOR and Lisa Marie aka Lady Bug Out as they prepare tomatoes, onions, carrots, and bananas — all organic, from start to finish: dehydrating to vacuum sealing. We also demonstrate how to vacuum seal commonly found items at the grocery store that will save you time and money and provide creature comforts in a bug out situation. Daniel provides some tips on effectively using your vacuum sealer while Lisa Marie experiments with different bandage configurations of a vacuum-sealed first aid kit. You may never know when these packets of food and first aid will be valuable in an urban survival or disaster preparation scenario.

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  1. sanmarcosnewslive
    sanmarcosnewslive 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    wow look at all these hits DO NOT TRUST THE MAN in the video…more later…if you see him BE AWARE…he used my love for humanity as his clothe stay tuned

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  2. Mama Khemmy Flowers
    Mama Khemmy Flowers 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    2 years sorry…

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  3. Mama Khemmy Flowers
    Mama Khemmy Flowers 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    How long do the banas last that way

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  4. dynodish
    dynodish 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    Lose the annoying music, please.

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  5. JSL Phillips
    JSL Phillips 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    One would get the impression you might need to refer to your user manuals on your equipment. Sorry, but it came off scattered and inexperienced.

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  6. garliclover01
    garliclover01 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    I would strongly suggest for women to make re-usable cloth pads, use them and wash and dry them to be ready for use again the next month and so on and on, just like they used to many generations ago. A VERY important item for women!!!

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  7. EnchainedBark
    EnchainedBark 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    This video has a lot of crucial information. Can you please tell me the name of the machine that you use to place the food in vacuum? And if there are any more machines/methods to do that?

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  8. chechnya
    chechnya 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    The crazy is strong in this video.

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  9. javalory
    javalory 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    Fantastic video you guys! Informative, amusing and easy to follow along. Question I have however: How do you know how much water to rehydrate each meals (especially when portions sizes vary)? You made some great options combining your dehydrate bounty, but when you open those vacuum bags, how do know how much water to cook with or rehydrate just a simple fruit or veggie? Thanks and keep up the great vids!

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  10. John Texas
    John Texas 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    You have the auto 3000 series FS that so many have had problems with. Should you get one that has a manually closing lid, you can easily seal the bottom of your intended bag, roll out how large you want the bag, and cut it. Then, you can simply rotate the cut bag 90 degrees and create either one or two seals side by side in the middle of the cut bag. Then you have two small bags! Sometimes I use one seal and just load both sides, then seal the top. I don't think your FS can do that.

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  11. Guru of Random
    Guru of Random 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    Does dehydraing without vaccum sealing it increase the shelf life?

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  12. raistlin89108
    raistlin89108 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    slippery, slimy just like our politicians. lol loved it!

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  13. Darth & Kali
    Darth & Kali 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    Brilliant idea at 17:30, to pop them loose from below

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  14. Saint Sepulveda
    Saint Sepulveda 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    Can you give tips on dehydrating in humidity? Being along the Gulf I'm finding drying times are much longer than given in most manuals.

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  15. Steven Pal
    Steven Pal 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    I feel so unprepared in case of a emergency! Kinda makes me feel so depressed lol

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  16. nangelgirl39
    nangelgirl39 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    it should take that long

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  17. Written Vengeance
    Written Vengeance 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    Vote for Ron Paul May 29th! Tell your friends!

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  18. Chris37075
    Chris37075 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    I misread the title. I thought you where dehydrating lady bugs.

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  19. lisamarie4sanmarcos
    lisamarie4sanmarcos 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    @killakyt07 duly noted city slicker!

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  20. bleucrayonz
    bleucrayonz 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    you guys went on a vacuum sealing spree! lol

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  21. itsjustdeb579
    itsjustdeb579 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    @coldpak82 I bought one just like he has… Walmart 55 dollars. Works great

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  22. coldpak82
    coldpak82 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    Great Video, On your dehydrator does it have a build in fan blower to rotate heat.if so what's the name of your's and where can I buy one at ?. I bought a harbor frieght dehydrator but it's slow there no blower in it, it takes 14-18 hours for bananas.Please reply

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  23. debistogs
    debistogs 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    You should dip the bananas in lemon juice to keep them from turning brown.

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  24. killakyt07
    killakyt07 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    tomatoes not tomatas u stupid fucking hicks

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  25. sanmarcosnewslive
    sanmarcosnewslive 23 June, 2016, 19:24

    V3425 Food Saver. Best Regards.

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