au gratin potatoes

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Camping, hiking and/or trekking offers endless opportunities for fun, adventure, and fitness. Being prepared for any situation is imperative for subsistence as well as fun. No matter what event you’re planning, an emergency food supply is the most important part of the planning stage to ensure comfort, nutrition, and survival in case of unforeseen occurrences…. Read more »


1 Month Family Food Pack

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I am the only 21-year-old I know that has a personal food storage. I’m sure there are others like me out there, but my friends disagree. I have been teased from here to South Africa (literally) for my month-supply of emergency food and water. But the joke is on those who think they will just… Read more »


heart of raspberries

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Apart from the heart-shaped cards, cookies, and candy, February also happens to be American Heart Month. This means that while we are busy eating chocolates and making Valentine’s cards, there might just be a different kind of heart we should spend some time considering. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease… Read more »


woman sneezing

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At the beginning of this month, I was making my final preparations to return to college after the winter break. While I was worried about starting new classes and buying new textbooks, my mother had another concern on her mind. She was adamant that I get a flu shot before returning to college. I was… Read more »


eFoods morning rush

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World events lately have reminded us of the importance of being prepared for the big emergencies like natural disasters. However, we often overlook the smaller, daily emergencies that can be just as distressing if not properly prepared for. The “little emergencies” that you might consider preparing for depend on your stage in life, but here… Read more »


eFoods grow money

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With a recent slam by a hurricane, many have delved into a personal inventory. Am I  prepared for a disaster? Some may revisit their food storage, others check on batteries, first aid kits and other necessary items that will be invaluable if such a disaster were to strike. Preparedness is vital. It ceases worry for… Read more »


eFoods winter hills

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Fall is the favorite season for many people.  I live in Utah, a cold-weather, desert state, and now the scorching heat of the summer has given way to pleasantly warm days and cool nights. The mountains are ablaze with vibrant colors of the changing leaves and what a beautiful fall we have had this year!… Read more »


eFoods highway

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Turkey, leftovers, long hours of commuting over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house all contribute to what is historically known as one of the deadliest weekends on the highway.  As millions of Americans hit the roads (90% according to the AAA auto club), taking a few extra precautions may keep you safer…. Read more »


eFoods Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal

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It turns out that Thanksgiving is not the only food related holiday in November. Last Friday, November 16, was National Fast Food day. This holiday certainly does not hold the same traditional and historical significance as Thanksgiving, but the fact that it exists at all says something about the growing role fast food plays in… Read more »