Dehydrated orange juice?greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
None of the many supply sites I've seen mentions OJ, which is a major component of our diet (we're 1500 miles from the trees, unfortunately). Any ideas on how to stockpile OJ without taking up an unreasonable amount of room (i.e., not just buying regular canned OJ; we would have to devote half a room to it, and it freezes up here). I like the idea of canned juice concentrate, but none of them seem to be real juice, rather they are "juice drinks" made with corn syrup, etc.
-- judy (email@example.com), February 05, 1999
I know Adventure Foods (adventurefoods.com) has lemon juice, probably OJ too.
-- Old Git (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 05, 1999.
Not real OJ .. but 100% daily vitamin C plus others.
-- Dan (DanTCC@Yahoo.com), February 05, 1999.
Well, if Tang is good enough for the astronauts, it should be good enough for us in a pinch! I bought several cannisters of it at Costco, it has Vitamin C and it tastes good.
-- ~~ (~~@~~.com), February 05, 1999.
Judy, check out the local health store to see if they have OJ in powder form ? Never know ? Country Time also has powdered drinks assorted flavors I found these at grocery stores top shelf. But if push comes to shove any orange drink will be comforting to know you have it stored up. Furie...
-- Furie (email@example.com), February 05, 1999.
I found lemon powder at the health food store the other day...so I'm going to try dehydrating some orange...
Also bought Tang...tried it out on the grandchildren: they love it.
-- Shelia (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 06, 1999.
Anyone know OJ processors who could be contacted?
Thanks for the post Judy.
-- Watchful (email@example.com), March 21, 1999.