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If you live in an area where the fall and winter are cold, you might want to consider a root cellar for storing some of your garden produce, such as, potatoes, carrots, squash, pumpkins, and other root vegetables. Fruits like apples and pears can also be stored this way; plus it's a good place to keep all your canned foods if you don't have a basement.
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More self reliance could have saved many people, but FEMA will not and cannot save people.
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Dehydrated food, bulk food storage, is economical and has a very long shelf life.
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Food storage for beginners - If you are in the 'beginner' stage of food storage, it can all be overwhelming. Where do I start? What kinds of foods are best? Where do I find the best prices? How much do I need?
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Food storage guidelines - Where to start, what to store, know the shelf life of food, which foods are long term and which are short term and how to rotate them.
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Why do we need a 72-hour survival kit? There are many situations where this kit could come in handy - not just during a disaster. There may be short-term reasons to keep a 72-hour kit in your car, in the office, as well as at home.
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Comfort foods are not necessary but may be comforting during stressful times. And why have them? Comfort foods are basically 'treats' that you usually give to your children after school, to tie them over until the next meal, to keep them occupied when you're busy or . . . just because you love them.
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Emergency Heating - How to keep the family warm when there is a power outage: space heaters, blankets, survival sleeping bags and ponchos.
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During the melt down of the reactors in Japan in 2011 and again now, with North Korea threatening to send nuclear bombs our way, potassium iodide has flown off the shelves. This may not be a good thing, or even necessary for everyone.
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