Preparedness

07 May 2013 by filed in Preparedness
It's not often that one finds a stand-up person to wholeheartedly admit mistakes with no intent to deflect the brunt of the wrongdoing, but this evening I received this note of apology from the author of the article which appeared in the Deseret News today, which article had cast doubt on the legitimacy of the "halting of canning" article that was so widespread amidst   Deseret News Issues Correction Apology PreparednessPro.com     the media and the gossip trees of the LDS Church. I want to...
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...
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...
26 Mar 2013 by filed in Preparedness
    Copyright 2013 Preparedness Pro    Zaycon Sausage Links--more than 300 in each box      After doing a full review of what I thought of Zaycon's newest product, their sausage links, in yesterday's article I thought that I'd better give you step by step instructions on how to CAN said links. However, as noted in yesterday's article, I discovered that I could easily can the links raw as well as the innards raw.  As a result, since I have dreams of rows and rows of canned ground sausage that...
19 Feb 2013 by filed in Preparedness
Yes, I'm still alive and NO, Big Brother hasn't shut us down. hee hee   I've received several e-mail inquiries regarding the lack of recent posts.  I had a death in my family two weeks ago which required me to drive cross country in order to make the funeral in time. The trip was really rough on me physically as I'm still dealing with Fibromyalgia and a couple of other issues. I was in such a hurry to get out the door in time that I failed to bring everything I needed to stay on top of those...
31 Jan 2013 by filed in Preparedness
  Politics have everything to do with a person’s preparedness efforts in a myriad of inescapable ways. Local, state and national politics will influence HOW you prepare, WHY you prepare, WHAT you prepare, and WHEN you have to use what skills and resources that you’ve intended to use amidst just about any “society down” scenario.  As such, regardless of what a person’s political views are, it’s critical that we all stay abreast of the political environment in their community and their country...
17 Jan 2013 by filed in Preparedness
Is Martial Law Imminent in the first quarter of 2013? Well there certainly is plenty of such hearsay going around. I can't even begin to tell you all of the e-mails I get with the same alarming headlines each day from readers and newsfeeds. Well, here's my simple take on all of this. Lt. McCoy of an unknown police department in North Carolina is ostensibly a caller on the Pastor Butch Paugh radio show. I get a LOT of these kinds of e-mails, YouTube links etc.such as this one: http://youtu.be/...
10 Jan 2013 by filed in Preparedness
  55 grain It seems to me like a lot of the men roaming the earth seem to possess an innate understanding about the various types of ammo to use for this and that, but a lot of my female friends and any gun novice tend to be more focused on handling everyday life...you know, like how to convert a quart into cups, which jeans make us look fat, pursuit of career and education, and how to whip up a mean dish of something or another.   So, forgive me, my more ammo-savvy readers, for taking time...
09 Jan 2013 by filed in Preparedness
100% Whole Wheat Bread Cooked in the Global Sun Oven 2013 Copyright Preparedness Pro Some time ago, when I first got a solar oven, I chose to do a little experiment. In one pot I threw in a nearly freezer-burned frozen ham into one pan and 2 frozen sausage logs into another. I added no seasonings, no water, nothing but time and a little sunshine. The results were SO tasty and moist. This is a great result in spite of the fact that I used a Sport Solar Oven (not my favorite choice by a long...
07 Jan 2013 by filed in Preparedness
  (Continued from Part 1) “Everyday Preparedness”:   When my husband and I married, we both already had well-stocked homes in terms of tangible things. So when we received cash or checks as wedding gifts, we chose to use that money to create a fully stocked pantry including long-term food items such as whole grains, honey, olive oil, etc. The problem was though that I wasn’t exactly familiar with how to use those kinds of items. Somehow it just didn’t right to purchase items only to stash them...
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