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Real Food Storage Ideas for Real Preppers

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10 Questions to Ask About Your Food Storage

(Editor’s Note: Be sure to check out the podcast on the same topic) Your food storage is one of the most important aspects of your preparedness plan. Food is one of the critical needs we have to maintaining life and the ability to continue functioning. Therefore, it is vitally important to ensure your food storage is going to meet your needs when the time comes for your family to rely on it. Below are ten questions to ask yourself about your current food storage to see if you are on the right track. 1. Do I Have Enough Food Diversity? … Continue reading

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Food Storage is Critical

If you have been following the discussions on the Preparedness Podcast, you know that one of the main focuses of the show has been working on your preparedness plan. We’ve also been harping on the fact that there isn’t a lot of time to get ready. There are many crises currently facing us today and we simply don’t have the luxury of time on our side. Case in point is this story: Walker’s World: New food crisis looms.  The first two paragraphs sums it up: “We tend to forget that the worldwide plunge into recession last year was the result of … Continue reading

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Storing Bulk Food Basics

There are a number of reasons to start storing food in bulk. Whether you’re storing for the current (or the next) pandemic or experimenting with a canning hobby, food storage is a great way to bulk up your preparedness.  When getting started there are some key basics worth keeping in mind as you begin your food storage adventure. Here are some useful tips to help get you started: Pick Nutritional Foods to Store   When it comes to which specific foods to store in bulk, evaluating your relationship with food can and should impact your food storage project. It can be … Continue reading

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How to Make Yeast For Long-Term Storage

“Bread, beer, and wine are all foods that have been part of history for eons, but they all require yeast to make. What if SHTF? Packaged yeasts are great, but they have a shelf-life and in order to make your own bread daily, you’d have to stockpile way too much to get you through.” Read Full Story Here Click here for more Prepper News Watch

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7 Time-Tested Ways Your Ancestors Preserved Food Without A Refrigerator

“Most of America’s food storage today depends on refrigeration or freezing, or processed foods that we purchased at a grocery store and then stocked in a pantry. But there was a time when food storage wasn’t quite so easy.” Read Full Story Here Click here for more Prepper News Watch

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Living Rational: Survival Kits, Emergency Food and Preparedness Supplies

Hello to all readers. We would first like to thank The Preparedness Podcast for an opportunity to introduce our company to you, Living Rational. LivingRational.com is an online retailer of preparedness supplies, with a focus on survival and emergency kits, emergency food, and survival gear. We launched in late 2013, and we are proud to say that we have helped several thousand customers across the United States prepare, whether it be for natural disasters, SHTF scenarios, or both. Our goal with this post is to spread awareness for our brand, and we hope that we can help you with your … Continue reading

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Information on LDS Home Storage Centers

A listener (Katzcradul of YouTube) sent me the following link about the changes going on with the LDS canning centers. I’ve talked about on the podcast how these can be a great resource for people building up their food storage. The article, Concern Over Changes to Home Storage Centers Unnecessary, specifically states, “No home storage centers are being closed, but the Church is making welcomed modifications in its operations at most of these centers that will help to better serve the needs of members of the Church, as well as significantly improve efficiency.” The article continues to state, “In all … Continue reading

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Exclusive offer to Preparedness Podcast Listeners – 10% Off on Legacy Foods!

This promotion has expired. ——————————————————————————– Legacy Premium has give the listeners and visitors of The Preparedness Podcast a limited time offer. You will not see this sale anywhere else! The offer is 10% off your entire purchase from their site. This is in addition to FREE SHIPPING. Another exciting benefit that we introduced on Episode 125 Part 1 is that you can now customize your storage food purchase! You can put together your favorite meals and get more of the ones you want and less of the ones out that aren’t on the top of your list. IF you choose … Continue reading

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And There’s Your Big Food Price Spike – Business Insider

Yup, there’s the spike.  I have a feeling that it won’t last as long as some people are saying, but that’s why we prepare, right?  Having food storage allows us to “skip” over these price spikes and average out the food costs over a longer period of time. [From And There’s Your Big Food Price Spike – Business Insider – ] From today’s PPI report, this chart measures the sequential change in raw foodstuff (food commodities that go into processed foods). Thanks to the drought, that number reversed two straight months of declines, and surged over 5%.

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