Canned Goods

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My closest grocery store has a special big sale periodically, and I took full advantage of it this time. It’s a “Case Lot” sale, where canned goods and other items are cheaper by the case. I bought several cases of canned items we use regularly. It feels good to know that I’m quite a few… Read more »


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Here’s the scenario – you are in the aftermath of an Electromagnetic Pulse of some kind. The stores are closed, no services are available and you are in a rural setting. How do you see yourself, stockpiled with all the supplies you might need or just enough supplies to get you by for a little… Read more »


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The other day, I was looking through my pantry in search of something I needed. While I was there, I noticed some things in my food storage that need to be rotated – asap. Some things tend to be easy to rotate – like baking supplies (flour, sugar, etc.) and canned goods (soups, etc.). Other… Read more »


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A friend who has known me personally for years recently wrote me the following: “What’s with the Jekyll and Hyde? The Rock Waterman I know is a cheerful, upbeat, pleasant optimist. Yet when I read the stuff you post on your food storage blog, you seem like a completely different person. You are full of… Read more »


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Let’s face it, we like the convenience of the city. Jobs are there, restaurants are there, stores are there, so we live there. What’s in the country? I look out my car windows and see cows and corn fields. What I also see is open space, creeks and rivers, the random deer jumping out in… Read more »


World Map

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There are a lot of good reasons to be a prepper in our world today. Let’s take a look at five of them. 1. The economics in our world are unstable. While it may be tempting to stick our fingers in our ears and sing to drown out reality (like many people we know do),… Read more »


hunting

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Whenever you are getting ready for something, you should have a clear end goal in mind. If you are preparing for hurricane season you’ll have a different list of to-do’s than if you’re preparing for potential winter snowstorms. A lot of things come into play when you are preparing for a specific type of disaster…. Read more »


Rocky

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There are a lot of different demographics you must take into consideration when planning your food storage: Elderly, children/babies, sick, handicapped, etc.  But we’re forgetting one very important member or members of the family, the pets. Most pet owners, I will direct this post specifically towards dogs, buy one bag of food and then head… Read more »


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Every Friday is Black Friday at eFoods! Five Fridays in November means more savings from eFoods Direct! Each Friday in November eFoods is offering deep savings on a different customer-favorite product. Plus Free Shipping on orders over $125.  Promotional prices are good on specified product from Friday through Monday midnight each week. Black Friday November… Read more »