Preparedness

31 Mar 2009 by filed in Preparedness
You’ve Got it All—Now How Do You Keep It?       After years of concerted efforts, budgeting, canning, lifting, organizing and educating, you feel reasonably confident that you finally have enough food, water, and other emergency supplies to last you one year.  But here’s the real question.  Now that you have it all, how are you going to ensure that you’ll get to use it when all heck actually does break lose?   I’ve posed this question to many and I’m dismayed to hear many of their responses...
27 Mar 2009 by filed in Preparedness
    Well, at least those of us who are addicted to cheese anyway. Can you name at least 10 different kinds of cheese that you love? Do you believe that cheese should be its own food group? Are you helpless to abide by your diet unless it involves huge amounts of melted cheese? Then this article is for you!   So picture this.  It’s a bona fide emergency survival situation.  You are holed up on your home and living off of the emergency preparedness supplies you stored.  And you’ve got...
17 Mar 2009 by filed in Preparedness
  I’ve had cats and I’ve had dogs. Regardless, they have always felt very much a part of my family.  My concern for their care in an emergency is every bit as important to me as anyone else in my family.  Here are some tips for you to implement in order to have peace of mind in case of an emergency.   1) Start training your pets now how to properly greet and interact with others.  You must teach them when it is appropriate to “bark” now or you could compromise your safety in the future.  ...
10 Mar 2009 by filed in Preparedness
    I confess that it is doubtful I will make any friends with this particular posting.  It is inconvenient information that I share with you today.  While I happily provide you with a yummy recipe at the end of this blog, one in which you can make from your food storage supplies, I realize that what I am about to share is an unpleasant thought.   Less than one percent of our population claims farming as their occupation--down from 10% in 1997.  Over 40% of those farmers are north of the age...
03 Mar 2009 by filed in Preparedness
  Another message and another recipe.   This time I’m going to start with the recipe.  It’s called Chicken a la Queen, and it’s great whether you find yourself in an emergency survival situation and living off of your food storage or not. Chicken a la Queen   2 5-ounce cans of boneless chicken or turkey meat 2 cups of uncooked elbow macaroni ½ cup of minced onion 1/3 cup cooking oil 2 8-ounce cans tomato sauce 1 ¼ cups of water Salt and pepper to taste ¼ cup of grated cheddar cheese. (Of...

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