|104 pounds of sugar|
After many years of backpacking, there is no better brand than Ziplock. The Quart size will allow me to gently massage the sugar back into granules if this experiment fails.
I bought a Ziplock Vacuum Sealer for $10 as a Black Friday special last year, and ideally two people and two sealers would make the process go much faster. One making the bags, and the other sealing them.
Between the sealer bag and the Ziplock bag, I put 4 ounces (1/4 cup) of rice, then vacuum sealed the contents. In theory, the plastic(s) will allow some exchange of air and the rice should act as a moisture barrier between the two bags. Sugar does not have an expiration date, so unless a major failure, these should be good to go for 25 years with the plastic determining the failure date.
I've got some more vacuum sealing to do, but the finished products are placed in these square food grade buckets for the pantry.
I'd love to hear your thoughts and comments on my idea of long term storage for sugar in humid climates.
(104 pounds of sugar = 182,520 calories = $25.74 = 91.26 days of 2000 calories /day)
Keep Right On Prepping - K