Stockpiling emergency supplies to last you a year seems like an expensive task, but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these prepper rules for creating and storing a year’s worth of non-perishable foods and you and your family will be good when disaster strikes.
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Storage is always a concern for preppers. Stockpiling a six-month supply of food, water, batteries, and supplies is not an easy task. For those living in apartments and small urban spaces, storage is a problem. Some have found solutions by masking storage containers as furniture. Others have buried their cache. Either way, Cheaper Than Dirt! presents 10 storage solutions to keeping food, firearms, ammunition and water safe for when you need it most in The Shooter’s Log’s Essential Preppers Guide to Storage.
Most of us are dependent on the nation’s power grid, so what happens when there is an extended power outage? Prepare for the worst with this how-to guide on surviving power outages.
Although this article focuses on tips to help you begin stockpiling non-perishable food items the same tips work in regards to perishable items as well as toiletries and other products such as cleaning supplies. The biggest difference between non-perishable and perishable items are the storage needs because most perishable items need refrigeration or freezing in order to properly store them. Read these tips for successful stockpiling.
There are a number of scenarios where you could find yourself having to fight for your survival. One wrong turn or a simple slip on a rock could end in disaster if you aren’t prepared before heading on an outdoor adventure. Shelter and water are at the top of these ten essential items for survival list.
Preparedness is no longer just for the doomsday preppers, but becoming a way of life for over three million Americans. Prepping for a disaster is encouraged by our government, as well as many worldwide humanitarian organizations. A natural disaster can strike without warning at any time—leaving you without power and water. Having a stockpile of non-perishable emergency food storage is imperative to survival. For the novice and the seasoned prepper and survivalist alike, here are five articles about food for survival and food storage survival.
Cheaper Than Dirt’s recent Build the Ultimate Bug Out Bag contest showed just how much faith the readers place on Millennium Energy Bars. Over 90% of entrants added Millennium Energy Bars to their wish list.
If you do not have a basement, your long-term survival food might be in jeopardy! Storage is key to keeping your long-term food supplies good for disaster strikes. In this easy seven step how-to, I show you how to stockpile food for when SHTF properly so you do not spoil your preps.
Getting started building a food supply is not difficult, neither is staying on budget, especially if you know what steps to follow. The old saying “the best way to the top of the mountain is to take one small step at a time” is sound advice especially regarding the task of building a supply of food.
Thanks to Mountain House, food designed to be stored for long periods now tastes just as good as a fresh meal. Freeze drying food is the best way to preserve food so when rehydrated it maintains the look, taste and texture of the fresh product. Since then, Mountain House has been a backpacker and camper favorite. Mountain House stands by their statements and I can attest. Their food not only looks like, but also tastes like real food. Every meal I tried is flavorful, not to mention some of them I actually describe as delicious. Backpackers, hunters, hikers, and primitive campers will be fully satisfied packing along Mountain House meals.