vitamin E pills, synthetic
12 Feb 2014 by
Filed in Medical Preparedness
Stocking up is about more than just having something good in the (likely) event when our money becomes worthless. It’s quickly becoming obvious that there are many aspects of our lives today that will be faced with a crisis of existence, not costs. My little brother has always been a particularly enterprising person. Somehow he learned the value in having something that other’s wanted but which was in short supply.  I particularly recall his savvy business skills on display every Halloween....
recipe box
31 Jan 2014 by
Filed in Recipes
Today's recipe comes from the recipe box of my mom.  This was one of her go to dishes when she was participating in a potluck.  It was always a hit and she always went home with an empty dish and requests for the recipe.  This would be an excellent addition to your menu for this weekend with the big game happening.  Another great thing about this recipe is that it has only two ingredients, and yes it can be made from my pantry.   Enjoy!   Chili Cheese Dip 2 cans of your favorite chili with...
snow, airplane, travel
23 Jan 2014 by
Filed in Preparedness
The news as of late does a great job reminding me why preparedness really does need to be an everyday focus. We’ve clearly seen that we can’t stop thinking about preparedness just because we are going on a vacation to Paris.  Look at the consequences that so many are enduring all because of the winter season behaving like a winter season. How about all of the travelers all over the world that were stranded in 2010, all because a volcano in Iceland from across the ocean blew its top?   So, today...
freeze dried fruit
16 Jan 2014 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
Tired of feeling like you're wasting expensive freeze-dried food? I’ve heard it a hundred times. “I hate seeing all of those crumbs at the bottom of my cans. It's so much waste!” This is the standard concern that a lot of good boys and girls have who actually USE their freeze-dried products instead of just storing it in some deep, dark corner.   “Why would you use it?? It’s expensive!” you say? Oh, horsefeathers! You need to actually use what you have so that you’re completely familiar working...
raw pork chops
10 Jan 2014 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
This was one of my first ever recipes that I discovered as a teenager. When I started dating, I'd frequently make this recipe to impress the boys and it worked! It's still a favorite of mine today but I make it with either fresh or canned boneless pork chops. I can the pork chops raw, in a wide mouth quart mason jar, with all of the pieces cut as large as I can keep them and still get them to fit into the jar. I just stack the pork chops on top of each other and separate each one with a piece...
09 Jan 2014 by
Filed in Financial Preparedness
2014 will be the year of self-employment on Preparedness Pro. Sure, I’m going to continue to write regarding ALL of the 10 Principles of Preparedness, but this year I feel a sense of urgency, coupled with a strong passion, to really help make a change in the lives of our readers—specifically when it comes to creating and being able to rely upon an independent revenue stream.   Far too many people view the words “self-employment” as some out-of-reach, risky proposal that only the most learned,...
01 Jan 2014 by
Filed in Preparedness
Preparedness Mythbusters  What? You mean Wikipedia and Snopes and the ramblings on Facebook could be wrong? *ahem* When times get tough it’s no time to discover that you may have put stock in some nonsensical homespun tale. Preparedness Pro understands that acting upon correct information is just as important as preparedness efforts. So below you will find some of the more common myths we've heard and we'll be sure to add more as we encounter them. Myth: Rotate your water storage every 6...
Tomato soup, recipe
20 Dec 2013 by
Filed in Recipes
Brrr it is cold outside and when the weather is like this there is nothing more warming from the top of your head to the tip of your toes than a pot of hot, steaming delicious soup. It just hits the spot.  So, today I am double dog daring you to make this soup and not drool over it!  Make sure you have some crusty French bread to serve with it.  And YES it can most certainly be made with shelf-stable foods including powdered sour cream, cream cheese, powdered whipping cream (that you can get...
13 Dec 2013 by
Filed in Recipes
Here's the winning recipe to share with all of you from our EcoZoom Stove Contest. And here's announcing the winner...   Drum Roll Please....... The winner of the EcoZoom Stove Contest is Renee L.!  Congratulations to Renee for her winning entry "Elvis Presley Cake".  Thank you to all who sent in recipes for this contest.  It took us quite a while to go through and test them all, but Renee's recipe just hit us as FABULOUS. And we're going to share it with all of you as well.   Enjoy!   Elvis...
28 Nov 2013 by
Filed in Spiritual Preparedness
Today’s article is the second part in the two-part series of “The Irreplaceable Ultra Important Preparedness Tool.”   The most important preparedness tool that will NEVER let us down and that we can never have enough of is our Spiritual Preparedness. It’s the First Principle of Preparedness not because of some public relations agenda, not because it sounds all warm and fuzzy, but simply because it IS the most important asset that any preparedness-minded person can have. In fact, the strength of...


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