Food Preparedness

28 May 2013 by filed in Food Preparedness
Will your gardening skills today be enough for your survival tomorrow? Perhaps not, but that can be easily remedied! There’s no denying it, when it comes to our food supply in this nation, we are in deep trouble.  I won’t get into all of the reasons why I say that, as I believe it would be better in a different article, but I will say that I’m convinced enough of this   Gardening Skills PreparednessPro.com Greens Produce     problem that I believe I have to GROW as much of my food as I...
22 May 2013 by filed in Food Preparedness
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...
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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...
25 Mar 2013 by filed in Food Preparedness
  Copyright 2013 Preparedness Pro        Over 300 sausage links in each package   This article will be presented in two parts as this first section is a review on Zaycon’s new product, their sausage links, which will include the results of my canning experience of this sausage product and then tomorrow you'll see all of the detailed canning instructions. Yup, I’ve already ruined the best part of this gripping tale of mystery—hee hee—yes, you CAN can sausage.  Since I’ve already provided you...
12 Mar 2013 by filed in Food Preparedness
  Wilted Celery                       All Rights Reserved 2013 Preparedness Pro   There’s not much that I dislike more than spending money on produce only to have it go bad before I get a chance to use it.  I don’t just view it as food going to waste, but also the money and the time it took to obtain it.  So today I’d just like to share a couple of tips to help you extend the life of your food.  I like crisp celery but nowadays it seems that every time I purchase it, it becomes limp and...
28 Feb 2013 by filed in Food Preparedness
Today we’re going to take another look at beans and all of the GREAT things that you can do with them. I’m so enamored with the bounty of bean possibilities that I’ve set out the past 6 months to ensure that I have several hundred pounds of a variety of beans as well as an assortment of more than 40 different kinds of beans that I can grow which will provide me with endless possibilities of this staple thanks to my ability to acquire organic, non-hybrid, non-gmo beans. (I’m not sure that we’...
28 Jan 2013 by filed in Food Preparedness
Every time the hubster goes out to pick up something at the store he’ll ask me “Do you need anything?” My response is typically “just the basics.” In our household “the basics” always includes white vinegar. (and butter, just in case you’re curious)   I gotta tell you. Sometimes I’m just as grateful for the gift of vinegar as I am a beautiful sunrise. I can use it medicinally, to clean without the chemicals, to preserve foods, and to season. It’s also a GREAT weed control too.  As soon as I...
23 Jan 2013 by filed in Food Preparedness
  Photo c/o youngmuslimmother.com While preparing main dishes for your family is necessary, it’s important to consider food for the non-nursing babies as well.  Due to the lack of preservatives in most baby foods, it’s likely that it's not feasible to have enough "traditional" baby-friendly foods stored in the event of survival living.  It also takes up a lot of valuable storage space.  If you’ve read my articles previously, then you know that I’m always trying to save space and find items...
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