Beef Broth for delicious gravy, noodles, or soups. Keep this in your pantry to enhance any recipe.
We just picked up these broths after being very impressed with the shelf life, price and our taste tests. We’re thinking that they will be great for both long term storage preps as well as every day use. These broths would be great with that rice you have stored away or if you’re into edible wilds, they would also be great to add to you foraged wild edibles. Plus if you’re out hunting and getting wild game, these broths will be great to add as well. We should have a strong, steady and fresh supply, so let us know if you want some.
NOTE: Minor denting that will not affect shelf life may occur with some cans during transit no matter how well we pack them. Please let us know if any of your canned foods have dents that will affect the shelf life and you won’t be refrigerating soon as we may need to make a UPS claim.
Beef, chicken, pork and turkey are made the “old-fashioned” way: Start with very lean meat, cut it into 1-1.5 inch chunks, pack it into the can by hand, add just a dash of salt to bring out the meat flavor, and then pressure cook it in the can. The result is lean and tender chunks in natural juices. The beef tastes like a slow-cooked pot roast, the chicken tastes like baked chicken, and so on. As for our broth, just look at the ingredients, it is just broth, nothing else. The only exception to this is the Beef Broth.
To compare any canned meat products, there are three basic things to look at on the label: 1) is there water added? If there is, then you are losing some meat, some quality. 2) what is the fat content? In canned meats, more fat means lower quality. 3) what is the sodium content? It is common thought that canned meats have high salt content. This is not always true. There are some quality products out there such as these that are not loaded with water, fat, and salt.
Keystone Meats is a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved meat processing facility located in the heart of the American Midwest. Owned and operated by the Dorley family for four generations, Keystone has developed a strong tradition of providing the highest quality products and customer service. Their mission is 1) Safety, 2) Quality, 3) Customer Service, and 4) Competitive Price. There are four divisions of the company:
The USDA-inspected KEYSTONE CANNING COMPANY produces All Natural "Heat & Serve" Beef, Chicken, Pork, All White Meat Turkey, and Broth. The chunk style canned meats are lean and fully cooked with no preservatives or water added. KEYSTONE canned meat offers convenient healthy meals. Perfect for disaster preparation, camping provisions, or simple convenience at home.
KEYSTONE MEATS delivers locally raised fresh meats to restaurants and retailers throughout the Midwest. Their USDA inspected processing plant produces a full range of meat products.
Voted "Best Place for Meat" by the Lima News, KEYSTONE MEATS retail store is the trusted local butcher for Lima, OH.
The facility was completely rebuilt in 1979. This modern and efficient USDA plant slaughters locally grown beef to supply the wholesale and retail operations.
Note On Shelf Life
Canned long shelf life food has a shelf life of at least two years from the date of processing. Canned food retains its safety and nutritional value well beyond two years, but it may have some variation in quality, such as a change of color and texture. Canning is a high-heat process that renders the food commercially sterile. Food safety is not an issue in products kept on the shelf or in the pantry for long periods of time. In fact, canned long shelf life food has an almost indefinite shelf life at moderate temperatures (75 F and below). Canned food as old as 100 years has been found in sunken ships and it is still microbiologically safe! We don't recommend keeping canned food for 100 years, but if the can is intact, not dented or bulging, it is edible.
Canned food labels have tendency to peel off over time, especially if they are kept for years in your basement. In order to prevent this, put a coat of shellac over the label as soon as you get them. This way, you will always know what's in the can years later.
Food cannot be shipped outside the USA.
Recently Lisa made some very tasty food with our canned meats and canned broths and brought it in for all of us to share. Please see below a couple great recipes that had us all asking for seconds. Maybe it’s too much (or maybe not), but I would even add our canned bacon to both recipes too. Plus we also sell the big cans of spices as well as smaller spice selections such as these.
JHL Supply / CampingSurvival.com
2 Boxes Fav. Stuffing
1 can Keystone Chicken Chunks
1 can Keystone Turkey Chunks
1 can Keystone Pork Chunks
Keystone Chicken Broth ( App. Amount for both boxes)
Bring Keystone Broth and app. amount of butter to a boil. Add stuffing and all meats. Mix together. Let sit for 5 minutes.
This was awesome!
1 Can Keystone Chicken Chunks
Mayo or Miracle Whip
Mix all together, makes a really good sandwich! Serve with Chips and Deviled Eggs!
Great Add On Idea - A G.I P-38 Can Opener
The G.I P-38 Can Opener became popular with the troops during World War II and are still popular today. People love keeping them handy in their homes, backpacks, or keychains because they make such small, handy survival tools.
Measuring at a mere 1.5" long, dimensions: 1.5" x 5/8" (inches) with a tip which extends .5", these can openers are a great deal at a small price. You may want to even consider stocking up and taping one to each of your emergency canned food items you have in storage. This way, no matter what you'll always have means to open those emergency cans!
Click here to take a look and stock up on some yourself!