I know — food storage, survival planning, gathering survival supplies, survival skills — it all seems overwhelming. Every day there are headlines in the news that "should" motivate each of us to prepare as quickly as we can.
Survival planning isn't just for "the other guy." Adversity can happen to any of us. Unemployment, hurricane season, floods, storms that knock out power, and other disasters happen fairly often — somewhere in the world.
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During a crisis, there will be no trips to the store. Substitutions for fresh foods will enable us to cook with whatever is in our pantry or storage.
Recipe ingredients that you will use on a daily basis as you prepare meals from scratch.
Advanced prepper or beginner, you may be wondering how to integrate your freeze-dried, dehydrated, bottled and canned foods into your daily menus.
Evacuation planning is important so everyone in your family will know exactly what to do in case there's a fire, earthquake, flood, terrorist attack or other disaster.
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Off Grid Hydroponics for vegetables all year long. No electricity required.
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