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A while ago Rock wrote a really interesting post about bananas, and toward the end he mentioned the eFoods Direct Tropical Fruit Medley.  He called it “absolutely addicting” as a snack.  I value his opinions, so I checked it out online.


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It is sometimes really difficult to plan food storage when you’re on a restricted diet, but for those of us who have to avoid certain foods, it is absolutely essential that we prepare by coming up with a food storage plan that will work for us.


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When you’re dealing with a restricted diet, accumulating food storage becomes kind of tricky. My husband and I avoid most processed foods, as many additives make him very sick. Other people avoid gluten, dairy, soy, genetically modified foods, coloring, etc. It’s all the same challenge: Companies want their food to taste good while they also want to… Read more »


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Are you ready to try sprouting?  You’ll need to gather a few things before we get started, but you may already have some of the supplies you need.


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The following is a list of the most common mistakes that everyday people do when preparing for a disaster.  That’s why it is extremely important to educate yourself on “Preparedness”, especially with food stores, by reading, talking to knowledgeable people and attend preparedness classes.  I have covered all of these topics in previous articles so… Read more »


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When panning and preparing for your survival food stores and basic one-year supply, there are several items that may or may not be considered and should not be overlooked. Keep in mind that it may be more cost effective to purchase these as part of a purchased supply instead of creating your own, but this… Read more »


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Food storage tends to get a bad rap as it is only associated with disasters or emergencies. But did you know that “food storage” items can be easily incorporated to your everyday meals? Food storage is nothing more than saying you keep a supply of non- or less-perishable food so you don’t have to go… Read more »


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“In keeping with my standing as self-appointed purveyor of gloom, I note an article in Monday’s New York Times warning consumers to brace themselves for a 20% hike in the price of virtually everything they buy.”