Monthly Archives: October 2012

  • Storage on a Shoestring

    Storage on a Shoestring

    With the daily cost of living tugging at your pocketbook, you may wonder how in the world you can afford to add one more item to your budget. You may want to store food, but don’t see how you can stretch your income any further. The following tips may help you see how to put together a food storage program without exceeding your budget:

    Set aside a plot of land to grow specific "food storage" plants. (...)

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  • Introduction to Food Storage

    Like water, food is essential to survival. In a natural disaster, the food supply we rely on every day can be disrupted or cut off. In this situation, having an emergency supply of non-perishable food (canned goods and dry goods) at home can ensure that you and your loved ones are provided for. Another (more likely) crisis would be the loss of a job or reduction in income. Food storage allows you to feed your family when you’re unable to obtain food from third-party sources for whatever reason. (...)

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  • Emergency Kits

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  • Food Storage: Insurance you can Eat

    We use insurance to hedge against risk of loss in many aspects of our lives. We buy health insurance in case of injury or illness. (...)

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