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Monday, October 29, 2012

Food Storage Recipe = No Bake Oreo Truffles

No Bake Oreo Truffles | chef in training

Awesome no bake recipe that has 3 ingredients that should be in your stockpile. Great treat for the kids that can be made with no power.

Hurricane Preparedness and Evacuation Tips

If you live in an area where there is a possibility of a hurricane coming onshore you need to know how to prepare for these storms. Unlike a tornado, these storms have enough warning time for the citizens in their path to prepare. The following tips will help you to prepare your family for the stormy days ahead.

Prepare an Evacuation Plan

The number one thing that you need to do before a hurricane strikes is have an evacuation plan ready. These plans are best made when there is not a storm threatening you.

• Plan where you will go in the event that the storm comes inland in your area.

• Decide who will be driving the vehicles that you are taking

• Decide which family members will be riding in which vehicles

• Make plans for carrying your pets with you

• Have emergency rations packed. Make one person responsible for packing the emergency rations in the vehicles.

• Have a check-list of things that need to be done before you evacuate so you can make sure you have everything you need

Packing Emergency Rations in Advance

It is a good idea that you keep a container packed with the emergency rations you would need during an evacuation. Pack these items in a container that is waterproof and has a good lid. Keep them in one place in the house and make sure everyone knows where they are located. Assign the job of placing these rations into the vehicle to one family member. Practice what you would do if ordered to evacuate so the person in charge of these rations can be familiar with their responsibility.

Things to pack in the box:

• A flashlight and batteries for the flashlight

• Enough water for everyone that will be evacuating to have drinking water for at least three days

• Non perishable food products. Pack enough for each person to have adequate food rations for three days

• Blankets and pillows

• Food for your pet

• At least three changes of clothing for each person

• Non prescription first aid medications like aspiring, Tylenol, allergy medications, bandages for minor cuts, antibiotic ointment, teething gel for infants, etc.

• Prescription medications for each person. The pharmacy will generally refill your prescriptions even if it is not time when a storm like this is threatening your area.

• Emergency cash

• Toiletries like shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, and feminine hygiene products.

• Your important documents like passports, deeds to land, titles to vehicles, birth certificates and professional licenses.

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Friday, October 26, 2012

Strategic Relocation--Move To A Safer Place This Year!!

This is a book that we all need. A great resource for finding the perfect and safest place to move our families too. Over 400 pages full of usefull info.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION :
This is the long-awaited update of Mr. Skousen's classic book on relocation for security. Nearly 3/4 of this 3rd Edition is rewritten and it is expanded to 400 pages. In the process, the authors created all new graphics, charts and tables. There is also a new section on international retreat potential and 200 additional pages of analysis on every state and province of the US and Candada, complete with color maps.
The maps are chock full of detail, including private and public land use, satellite terrain features, military target areas, roads and graphic depictions of population density---one of our major threats to security in a crisis.

Despite the ongoing illusions of peace and prosperity, our world is getting less stable, not more. The economic foundations of the US and the world are all based on fiat money and are crumbling. Earthquakes, Hurricanes, War and terrorism are ever present threats, and the secondary effects of social unrest in large metropolitan areas will be disruptive and dangerous if there is a shortage of essential commodities that cause people to panic.

When you relocate or retire your prime concern should be long-term security, not recreation. Sometimes you can have both. This book is designed to help you relocate around serious threats and to develop contingency plans when you can't relocate due to work or family ties.

Strategic Relocation is more than just pointing out safe areas--simply because the safer the area, the harder it is, generally, to make a living and have access to the conveniences of life. For these reasons, relocation decisions are fairly complex, and Mr. Skousen walks you through all of the difficult choices and compromises that are inevitable in finding safety, without being totally isolated. This book has answers for nearly every situation.
Click here for the new Strategic Relocation DVDThe world is getting increasingly unstable. Debt levels are unsustainable, world financial markets are calling for constant bailouts, and the US is continuing to antagonize the Middle East with military intervention. Any number of these crises can lead to a break down in the social order of the high density urban areas of the United States. Could you survive without public utilities or supermarkets through a winter? Are there enough people around you that are prepared to band together and help one another during social unrest? More and more people are reevaluating their living arrangements to be prepared for prolonged disasters. But what if you have to stay in a big city for work? Have you developed some contingency plans? Are you located in a part of the city that will allow escape through the rural byways? Have you made a transportation plan? And, what can be done to secure your home now in case you can't get out in a crisis? Strategic Relocation has the answers. Alex Jones, founder of alternative new networks Infowars and Prison Planet, presents a full-length documentary/presentation with Joel Skousen, author of Strategic Relocation, North American Guide to Safe Places and The Secure Home, to discuss the long-term power threats facing Americans and how to relocate for safety and security. Joel and Alex examine the information within Strategic Relocation including the effects of natural disasters, nuclear war, long-term power failures, large-scale social unrest and police state tyranny. They consider the pros and cons of countries around the world but give particular emphasis to the state and provinces in the US and Canada. Joel also describes cost-effective ways of securing a residence to protect yourself and your preparations. Whether you are looking to expatriate off-shore or build a dream house away from the serious threats facing us, you'll find answers in this fact-filled interview and companion to the wide-selling book, Strategic Relocation.



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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Ultimate Preparedness Library

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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Food Storage Recipe - Blueberry Pancakes

I woke up feeling great this morning, so I decided to make some blueberry pancakes. I used my food storage items. They were yummy. Kids ate them as fast as I could make them.

Blueberry Pancakes

3 1/2 cups of buttermilk pancake mix

3 cups of water

half of a teaspoon of cinnamon

1 1/2 cup of freeze dried blueberries (I have also used my freeze dried strawberries before , but kids prefer the blueberries.)

In a large bowl mix together the dry items. Add the water and mix well. Gently add the blueberries and cook on a good non-stick skillet. Flip them when the edges get dry and bubbly. Brown the other side.Serve them up with syrup and butter.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Emergency Preparedness Plans: Be Prepared!

Emergency Preparedness Plans: Be Prepared!is another great survival book for your Kindle survival library and it is FREE! This book, only available in digital form, is the definitive guide to help you learn about disasters that occur every day and how to create the best emergency preparedness plan for you and your family to greatly increase your safety and chances of survival. Emergency Preparedness Plans is fully comprehensive and covers highly important subjects such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanoes and tsunamis. Each section of the book helps you to prepare for serious emergencies and includes checklists for creating a family emergency preparedness kit, helpful first aid tips, family communications plan, and provides an extensive list of emergency contact agencies and support resources. If you care about the safety of your family, this book will help you be prepared for natural disasters as well as major catastrophic events such as solar flares, or a pandemic. Being prepared for these events can be a matter of survival or peril - get the knowledge that you need to make a difference.

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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Disaster Preparedness Basics: How to Prepare for Natural Disasters and Emergencies

Here is another book for your Kindle - Disaster Preparedness Basics: How to Prepare for Natural Disasters and Emergencies. Yes natural disasters happen... sometimes it seems like something happens every single day somewhere in the world. Some events are so severe that people are still recovering from them years later. Some last just a few days or weeks, then life goes back to what most of us consider normal. Have you ever considered how you might take care of yourself or your loved ones if a disaster strikes in your area? Do you know whether you would have food to eat or even clean water to drink when it's desparately needed? That's what this book is about. It's not a survival guide or a hardcore prepper manual. Instead it's designed to be an emergency preparedness guide for beginners. It explains common natural disasters, how to protect yourself and your loved ones when disaster strikes, and how to ensure you have adequate supplies until life gets back to normal. Some of what you'll learn in this handbook includes: Emergency Preparedness Basics Storing Food & Water for Emergencies Stocking up on Medical Supplies Consider your clothing, shelter, cooking and heating needs in an emergency Preparing to stay home or leave the area Making a Family Emergency Plan Specific Natural Disasters to Know About Longer Term Preparedness Planning Weather Disaster Glossary This preparedness guide is approximately 100 pages long and includes photos, maps and glossary.

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Saturday, October 13, 2012

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Friday, October 12, 2012

Food Drying: Food Dehydration and Safe Storage

Another great Kindle Freebie!! Food Drying: Food Dehydration and Safe Storage! This book is chock-full of the information you need to get started dehydrating foods. Learn how to safely dehydrate and store the food you grow, catch and buy.

Food drying is made simple using the techniques laid out in this book.

Topics covered in this book include the following:

- The benefits of food drying.

- The nutritional value of dried foods.

- How to keep dried foods safe by following the Golden Rules of Food Dehydration.

- All of the safe food drying methods are covered, including oven-drying, sun-drying, commercial dryers and freeze-drying.

- How to pre-treat food before you dry it for best results.

- How to dry fruits, vegetables, meats, fish and herbs and spices.

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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Cooking Without Power

So you've stocked up on all the food you'll need after the end of the world as we know it. You've got wheat, flour, dried foods, canned foods, all kinds of food. But if the worst case scenario happens, will you still have power? There might be power in some areas, but always assume there won't be where you are. And if there isn't, how are you going to cook all that food?

In this modern age of TV dinners, frozen pizzas, canned soups and Hamburger Helper, many people never learned how to cook a meal the old-fashioned way. The majority of city-dwellers are dependent on microwaves, electric stoves, and toasters. But what will they do if the power goes out for an extended period? There are several options:

Grill. This is the first and most obvious option. Hopefully you've stocked up on plenty of coal and/or propane. But if you don't have a grill or are out of coal and propane...

Camping stove. Acquiring one of these should be a top priority. Coleman makes a great 2 burner stove that you can find on amazon.com. These, too, should always be used outdoors. Make sure you have plenty of Coleman fuel!

Fireplace. Try roasting hot dogs and other solid foods on sticks in your fireplace. You can also wrap potatoes and other vegetables in foil and leave them in the fireplace to cook.

Campfire. Who doesn't love cooking over a campfire? But you don't want to just roast hot dogs and marshmallows. With a good camp grill you'll be able to cook just about anything.

Dutch oven. This is a cast iron pot that you hang over a fire. It's ideal for making soups, stews, and hot drinks. A 4-quart Dutch oven is less than $50. To hang it over the fire, you'll need a fireplace crane or a campfire tripod.

Sterno stove. These are good for heating up drinks, canned foods such as chili, Spaghettios and soup. The best thing about them is they're portable, weighing less than a pound. I would get a good Sterno stove kit and some extra canned heat. Tip: Try putting your Sterno stove in a fire pit with a few handfuls of charcoal. This way you can grill while using very little charcoal.

Kerosene heater. These are usually used for heating rooms, but are also a great way to boil beans, pasta and other foods or make hot drinks. If the top is flat, just set a pot of water on top. A good kerosene heater can cost over $100, but it's a great thing to add to your survival supplies, especially if you live in a cold climate.

A few warnings:

Grills should always be used outdoors and a safe distance from your home or shelter. The carbon monoxide can be deadly and a few stray sparks is all it takes to start a fire. Same goes for camp stoves.

If you use a fireplace, make sure the flue is open and unobstructed. Don't use treated wood for a cooking fire.

Never use gasoline to get a fire going.

Make sure fires are controlled with metal or rocks surrounding them.

Never leave a fire (not even a candle) without an adult to keep an eye on it.

Happy cooking!

After studying and practicing survivalism for years, Matthew Zornes quit his job and became a full-time Internet Marketer, blogging about self-help products and emergency preparedness at UrbanSurvivalSite.com. Like most people, he lives in the city because of work, family and other circumstances, but he believes it is possible to survive in the city through all the most likely disasters. Download free eBooks and articles from UrbanSurvivalSite.com.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Preparedness Report: How to Be Emergency Ready - Low Cost and Common Sense Steps You Can Take Today in Your Home

Here is another free Kindle book to add your survival library - Preparedness Report: How to Be Emergency Ready - Low Cost and Common Sense Steps You Can Take Today in Your Home! Originally published in 1998 as "How to Start Your Emergency Preparations Even if You Only Have a Dollar to Spare," this reports outlines the simple steps you can take right now without spending a lot of money. It points out the options available so you can work with the ones that fit your budget. For example, Chapter 7 talks about different ways you can store water, three ways to treat your water, and the safest way to get water from a live source. Chapter 9 talks about your options for light, ranging from candles to oil lamps to solar lanterns. Chapter 12 talks about different kinds of portable stoves you can cook with, and Chapter 13 gives you my results cooking with votive candles. See table of contents for more topics covered in this report.

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