20 Items To Start Your Food Storage Plan

I am asked all the time, “how do I start a food storage plan?” Here’s the deal, you only have to start with a little rice, beans, some fruits, vegetables and some canned meats. Of course, we still need the basics to make bread, biscuits, and tortillas, I will list those items as well. I eat a bean burrito every day without cheese. I take a flour tortilla and add a scoop of beans and roll it up and eat it. If I have leftover veggies I throw them into my burrito.

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Why You Need To Store The Right Food Storage

Do you sometimes wonder why you need to store the right food storage for your family? It’s a little overwhelming, right? Should I buy freeze-dried, dehydrated or what? Do you remember when you were growing up and our parents had a few 50-pound or 100-pound cans filled with powdered milk, beans, and sugar? Ours were shiny green. You can probably picture the wooden shelves filled with jars of canned fruits and vegetables, you know all the food storage we could see at a glance what we had stored just in case. There is nothing more exciting than seeing the food that we produced from the garden stored for the family for the year.

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25 Things You Need To Learn How To Sew

I have 25 things you need to learn how to sew. I have been sewing my entire life, or at least when my foot could reach the sewing machine pedal. My mom started out by teaching my sisters and me how to make an apron. You know the kind with a waistband, the skirt part was ruffled and we made the ties to keep the apron on our waist. Oh, I can still remember how excited I was to learn how to make an apron of my very own. I also remember that I had to make to make two rows of longer stitches in order to carefully pull the “gathers” on the skirt section of the apron. We’ve come a long way baby with sewing machine parts like a “ruffler,” it does the ruffling for you! WooHoo! My sister usually teaches me all the computer stuff and one day she said she wanted to make a ruffle on a handmade quilt. I said to her do you have a “ruffler” she said what is that?

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11 Ways To Prepare Your Family For Survival

I have 11 ways to prepare your family for survival today, of course, number one would be purchasing my book called “Prepare Your Family For Survival!” I thank you from the bottom of my heart if you already have the book and are implementing the tools your family can use. We can all see what is going on around the world, right? I have heard a few people say they never listen to the news on the TV or read it on the internet. A familiar comment may be, “it’s too depressing to listen to.” Well, I’m hoping a few families in your neighborhood are getting together to make a plan to help one another should a disaster hit your neighborhood because it will, it’s not if, but when. Now, this could be a hurricane, flood, tornado, a pandemic, or a terrorist attack. I will say I do not sit around worrying about any of these.

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