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Although it is impossible to predict what the future holds, there are certainly things that can be done to be as nearly prepared as possible. Emergency preparedness might require some investment (both …Read More...
So you have decided to become a prepper. How do you start? First, make a plan. Don’t just run of willy-nilly. Making a plan will save you money and help you avoid making costly mistakes. Here are four simple …Read More...
One thing we have tried to do in our food storage is to stock items that store well and are versatile. A good example is spam. Hormel says that it will last indefinitely unless the cans are punctured or damaged. …Read More...
Upon first tasting Pack Away Foods Pineapple that I got from Freeze Dry guy, my wife exclaimed, it tastes like pineapple it is really good! This was her first reaction the other day when we got a chance to open …Read More...
There are many different types of powder milk on the market. They have a full range of flavors none of which in my mind taste exactly like fresh milk. The prices vary from around $20 for a number ten can …Read More...
For years, I have heard that we are suppose to store a minimum of one gallon per person for emergencies. I have wondered where that figure came from for some time and have been doing research on the subject. Here …Read More...
Freeze Dry Guy has been a strong supporter of this blog and about once a month I will post his specials. He has good prices on Mountain House foods and is also carrying Pack Away Foods. Now I know that …Read More...
Garbanzo beans can be purchased dried or canned. If you are purchasing dried garbanzos, look for whole beans with less than 10% moisture content. Canned beans are a convenient way to purchase garbanzos, but with a much shorter shelf life. …Read More...