Blog note: Rather than stocking up food in your ‘bunker’ for the Tribulation why not consider the ‘bread of life’ instead.
John 6:33 … For the bread of God is the bread that comes down from heaven and gives life to the world.”
John 6:35 … Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.
John 6:48 …I am the bread of life.
John 6:51 … I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats this bread will live forever. This bread is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.”
Emphasis added. You don’t need a ‘bunker’ or ton of pre-made food that will last longer than cockroaches on the earth. You can escape the coming tribulation. End of note.
Your Tribulation Doomsday Prep Work Is Done Thanks to This 27-Pound Bucket of Mac and Cheese With a Crazy Long Shelf Life till 2039. Snap! It’s already sold out and out-of-stock.
Time•January 11, 2019
If you decided it’s best to spend the rest of your life holed up in the safe indoors, you’re going to need supplies.
Luckily, Costco is selling just the thing—a 27-lb. bucket of one of America’s favorite comfort foods. The big box retailer is offering a massive bucket of mac and cheese with a shelf life so long that you won’t need to venture outdoors until the year 2039.
The Chef’s Banquet Macaroni and Cheese Storage Bucket comes with 180 servings of elbow pasta and 180 servings of cheddar cheese sauce, stored separately in easy to open zip-seal pouches designed to ensure the mac and cheese will survive its estimated shelf life of 20 years. And while the website claims this can serve 180 people it can also feed just one really hungry one.
To make it easier to never leave the house, Costco will deliver the bucket of joy directly to your bunker via its website. The only downside to this product is that less than 24 hours after People reported about the existence of this life-saving product, people have flocked to Costco’s website and now the mac and cheese bucket is listed as out of stock on Costco’s website.
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