Tag: Food Storage
The largest and most fragile outer ring would be the nation itself. Operations of federal government, supply chains, national banks, military chains of command, etc. are highly vulnerable to attack because they are literally exposed to all of the danger in the world. You have little or no control over what happens on the national level.
Even if you’re pretty sure you’ll never really need your stores and prepping skills, the prepper lifestyle is a great way to help ease the stress of transitioning from active duty to civilian life.
The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has brought a lot of attention to preparedness communities, or “preppers.” These networks have become expert in researching and devising ways to prepare their homes to be havens of health and security in the case of local or national collapses.
These are fearful times. That fear comes from uncertainty, the dread of what could happen. That dread can be replaced with calm and resolve. All we have to do is take a few days, and plan and prepare to make our homes places of refuge.
I love fruitcake. And since Heavenly Father has a special love for all good things that fall into the disfavor of the wicked world, He loves fruitcake too.
. I am speaking of the most basic form of home preparedness; that which consists of a full larder and a well stocked medicine cabinet. The following is a list of items and their uses that will help almost anyone in any economic situation to be prepared.
One of the reasons people hesitate to stock their pantries and fruit cellars with shelf-stable foods that will provide essential nutrition during a time of economic downturn or man man or natural disaster is the idea that canned food is gross and boring.
We are like the Egyptians, the Hebrews and the gentiles of Joseph’s time, and the seven starving years are marching across the threshold