water

11 Aug 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Tap Water photo c/o scienceblogs.com Water Storage Myth: Treat your water and then store it. Water Storage Fact: Actually, if you use regular tap water, it’s already treated. There’s no need to add any additional chemicals to it when it’s just going to be sitting in a container. If your water needs treatment, do so at the point of using it, not prior to storing it. Water Storage Myth: Don’t store your water barrels on cement. Water Storage Fact: Actually, there’s always a missing component...
01 May 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Get the most from your water in an emergency by observing the following tips: A Vegetable Water Bin: When you open a can of vegetables, (peas, corn, etc), instead of draining the liquid and throwing it out, drain it into a large bin, covered with a lid.  Drain all of your vegetables in the same bin.  Then when you make a soup, rice, or pasta, you can use this water to cook with instead of having to use fresh water.  The same holds true for any water that you use to cook vegetables in on...
08 Dec 2008 by filed in Water Preparedness
Recently I’ve been inundated with requests from readers to know how I’ve personally prepared for the future.  These requests have come about as a result of my blog post of Gerald Celente’s economic forecasts (see link here).  In fact, I’ve even created an entirely new blog called Preparedness Pro, devoted exclusively to emergency preparedness in the categories of food (including cooking), water, first aid, self-defense, finances, and emotional preparedness.  Be sure to add Preparedness Pro to...
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