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Valley Food Storage Food Review

If you don’t have much time to read, let me put this as quickly as possible.

Do not purchase Valley Food Storage food. There must be something better out there. 321 more words

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7 Nutritious Foods That Can Last Forever

It seems that with each passing day more and more signs arise that put things into a disturbing perspective: modern society is getting closer and closer to the edge and is soon to fall to its demise. 181 more words

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Feasting on Food Storage: Delicious and Healthy Recipes for Everyday Cooking

Title: Feasting on Food Storage: Delicious and Healthy Recipes for Everyday Cooking
Author: Jane P. Merrill and Karen M. Sunderland
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.
ISBN: 978-1-4621-1289-0… 402 more words

Book Review

Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Dependency vs. Preparation

This video is a commentary defending “preppers” (those prepared emergencies):

This point about emergency preparedness is well made.  However, it’s the opinion of this blogger that this opinion comes across as a bit too harsh and insensitive about the general situation of those people on the US East Coast and the Caribbean, who have been left unprepared during this “storm of the century.”  A few of those people were prepared for a long-term emergency situation.   223 more words

Alex Jones

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

Inspired by the delight of the South, quick-and-easy buttermilk biscuits are guaranteed to impress! Serve these delicious, flaky biscuits for your next breakfast menu or dinner side dish. 11 more words

Backpacking Food

Tennesee Cornbread Muffins!

Our warm, homestyle Tennessee Cornbread Muffins are SO GOOD they’re fit for ‘the King’. So experience a little Graceland and enjoy these scrumptious muffins for breakfast, afternoon or the perfect snack before you “shake, rattle and roll”. 9 more words

Backpacking Food

Bare Cupboards at Food Banks

What happens when the Food Bank Shelves are bare? Read this By Steve Shenk, food security expert

One of the most iconic images from the Great Depression are those of down-and-out men, women, and children standing and waiting patiently in breadlines for a meager meal that was meant to provide just enough to get them through to the next day. 705 more words

Steve Shenk