Depending on your particular situation and location, it is always a very good idea to hide the majority food? I wrote in previous articles that when things get really bad, that about eighty percent of the population is not prepared. These unprepared people will panic, will turn into looting mobs and start ransacking businesses and… Read more »
During a crisis, you’ll be glad to have an extra supply of food. The problem is that most people don’t prepare ahead of time and wait until there is a potential crisis. The benefits of a 3-month supply are many—and 3 months is just a starting point.
“Let this sink in. We have arrived at a place where an astounding 75 million people are waking up to discover that the money they were counting on to survive on simply isn’t there.”
Another type of food to consider for your survival food stores is Emergency Food Rations. These types of foods include Emergency Food Rations, Energy Bars and Survival Food Tabs and can be an excellent food supplement to your regular survival food stores.
Some people ask why eFoods Direct doesn’t provide basic cooking supplies. The answer is that it is often easier and more economical for you to purchase a few items yourself. Here are a few things that you should consider purchasing along with your one-year supply preparations. (Quantities suggested are for one person for one year.)
These types of foods are something to consider when planning and preparing your survival food stores. These kinds of foods are good for the short haul and need no refrigeration. Especially if you have the resources like a dehydrator and or a smoke house and a place to store the food.
Here’s a tip for the day. Properly dried and stored food generally does not spoil so it has an almost unlimited shelf life. You’ll see food storage companies quote the shelf life of their products from 5 years to 50 years, with most people thinking the higher the shelf-life, the higher the quality….the better the… Read more »
When considering the types of foods to put in your disaster food stores, do not forget to add some psychological foods. Psychological foods are the types of food that will bring a smile to your face and a thank you from your family or group.
When it comes to the storage of grains and legumes that include beans, corn, oats, rice, wheat, etc. for your survival food stores, there are some basic rules to follow. When storing them for the best and longest shelf life possible, store them whole, not grounded up. Their natural shells are a perfect storage container… Read more »
Like I said in a previous article, there are three types of food one should consider investing in for your survival food stores: Cans, MRE’s and long shelf life food (dehydrated or freeze dried).