07 May 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
Deseret News article actually substantiates the Preparedness Pro story regarding the changes to LDS Church Canneries   This evening I was e-mailed links to an article posted by the Deseret News. While it seems to be written to “debunk” the story which I published over the weekend that the LDS Church owned canneries East of the Mississippi would be halting the canning of goods in their facilities, anyone with any reasonable reading comprehension skills will see that instead of debunking...
04 May 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
  An official handout of the Greensboro, NC LDS Cannery, given to all patrons earlier this week. Copyright 2013 All Rights Reserved Preparedness Pro     Breaking News: LDS Canneries East of the Mississippi to HALT CANNING! Update: The conclusion which I lay out in this article regarding the changes to the canneries made to the LDS Church Canneries has actually been verified with a recent official press release with respect to the fact that the canneries will HALT canning but does NOT affirm...
02 May 2013 by
Filed in Mental Preparedness
  Mental Preparedness Preparing for Fog of War PreparednessPro.com   The term “fog of war” is heard frequently amidst the fighting terrain of our soldiers.  In the middle of a shoot out between our forces and enemy combatants, time seems to warp, speed up, and just plain stop, depending on which soldier you speak with. This phenomenon is a result of the mind assimilates all that is going on around them at the time of a high adrenaline state. This altered state doesn’t just occur on the...
elk
24 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Recipes
I frequently hear how people plan on "hunting" for their food in a crisis or they are stocking up on the fruits of their present hunting endeavors but seem to be finding it difficult to make creative dishes. So I thought I'd provide one of my go-to methods for cooking elk or venison. I  will also add that this recipe is surprisingly good over salmon cakes. (I know! Who knew that salmon and cranberries got along so well?!)  I adapted this recipe from one I found in an old cookbook of a famous...
23 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Financial Preparedness
  A typical Mittleider Garden (courtesy of Food for Everyone.org) Notice the wide aisles which cut down on pests without cutting down on production.   What if you could take your little spot of yard space (as little as 20' x 50' footprint for a family of four) and turn it into a highly productive spot that could not only provide premium quality food for your family but even help to financially SUPPORT your family too?!  It's possible IF you have the benefit of the knowledge of THE BEST...
seed box
19 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
What’s the LEAST you can get with the LEAST amount of money and still be able to take care of your family’s nutritional needs? Today I share with you the simple, affordable bare bones so that you can eliminate some of the overwhelming feelings that the current worldwide events might be causing you. After today you’ll have a very simple, cost-effective plan to fully address your Food Preparedness needs.   With all of the mayhem going on all around us, it has a tendency to make some people...
Map of North Korea
17 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Preparedness
  Grant it, Mr. Shorty Pants in N. Korea does come across as a petulant child who says “I hate you” only to stomp off and get distracted by a bright shiny object somewhere else, but unfortunately, in spite of the lulls between the moments of saber rattling, I have some genuine concerns that the several nations of the world will find themselves involved in a war with N. Korea and here’s why.   Though it’s long been known that the U.S. dollar is no longer backed by gold, most persons don’t...
texting
11 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Communication Preparedness
Even though Communication Preparedness is one of the Ten Principles of Preparedness, it tends to be treated “like a red-headed step-child” sometimes. I’m even guilty of that on this site as I believe I’ve only written about the topic a handful of times out of 800+ articles; it’s so easy for me to get sucked into the other Principles that I get excited about such as a new recipe that turned out perfectly, Apple Bacon au Gratin (SOOO good!).   Today’s communication tips are primarily for times...
09 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Preparedness
  Tattler Lids   TATTLER Reusable Canning Lids is offering select items up to 30% off, through midnight 4/9/2013. Don't hesitate to grab some of these, Friends!  To see how I truly feel on the matter, here's the initial article we wrote about Tattler Lids when we first discovered them. Here. To take advantage of this purchase special just go Here: http://50.63.60.221/One%20Day%20Landing.aspx We're head over heels in love with the Tattler Lids!  They are 100% REUSABLE and unlike your regular...
gold bar
04 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Financial Preparedness
Today a reader asked me, “Do you think that we’re at risk for the government to confiscate our gold again?” Answer—No. For two reasons: First Reason) When FDR confiscated gold the first time he did it by Executive Order. That's the ONLY way such a request would be valid in this country thanks to the freedoms of owning property--gold being one's property. The original request was done by Executive Order, specifically 6102. Executive Orders are NOT valid or enforceable against everyday Americans...

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