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What if your life was disrupted by a natural disaster, water or food supply contamination or any other type of emergency?
Do you have the essentials to provide for your family?
Do you have an emergency plan in place in the event that your utilities supply is cut off for an extended amount of time?
How prepared are you?
While you can't predict when a disaster will strike, the better you plan when you begin prepping, the better prepared you will be to deal with it when it does. By practicing prevention, you can mitigate the risk of a disaster.
Tropical storms, blizzards, flash floods, whatever the disaster, it pays to be prepared. Disasters like these can disrupt the supply of groceries, food and other critical items.
By taking some time to store emergency food supplies and water, you can provide for your entire family if the worst does happen.
Survival Family Basics - The Prepper's Guide to Survival Food Storage covers the basic information that you need to know to stockpile food for emergency situations.
Here's just a sampling of what you'll learn in this short concise book:
- How to create an emergency food storage plan that works for YOUR family
- How to store your food and rotate it properly so you don't waste a ton of money on spoiled
- The Basics of Prepping Your Own Food
- How to Sprout Beans and Seeds
- How to Make Homemade Yogurt
- How to Dry Marinate Vegetables
- Basic Canning Methods with simple recipes to can tomatoes, potatoes, and chicken
- and much more!
From building your emergency food supply to stockpiling food, the book is aimed at helping you and your family plan for a variety of emergency situations, persevere during these times and recover when it is over.
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