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Monday, March 31, 2014

Steel Cut Oats Vs Rolled Oats

Steel Cut Oats vs Rolled Oats

There are several things to consider when choosing oats to make your oatmeal with. While rolled oats are certainly the most popular type sold today, there are advantages to steel cut oats that many people don't know about.

Steel cut oats, or Irish oats as they're often called, are made when the groats are cut into smaller pieces. That's it. There is no other process. Unlike the rolled variety, which are further processed, these oats look similar to rice and have a more grainy texture when cooked. They are also more chewy and have a nuttier flavor. Some people, however, prefer the mushy taste of rolled oats instead.

Steel cut oats are definitely the best choice for consumers who are more health conscious. They contain no additives and nothing artificial and are usually sold either in tin cans or boxes. They are 100% whole grain, high in fiber, and very nutritious. A popular brand that is sold in the United States is McCann's Irish Oatmeal.
One of the advantages of steel cut oats is they have to be cooked longer than the rolled brands. This can make them very inconvenient for those of us who are often in a hurry in the morning and need a quick breakfast. While regular oats can be prepared in just a few extra minutes, steel cuts oats often take thirty minutes or longer to fully cook.

On the other hand, they are more flavorful than the rolled oats. The reason being that the process steaming and rolling oats takes some of the taste out of them. So it is a tradeoff between quality and flavor versus convenience. Depending on how seriously you take breakfast, sticking with the old fashioned Quaker brand may be a better solution. Really, it is a matter of personal choice.

If you look at the back of a box of steel cut oats and compare it to a brand of rolled oats such as Quakers, you'll find that the nutritional labels on each is virtually identical. So while there are a few health advantages to the Irish oats, the overall difference between the two types is negligible. You should simply choose the one that you like best. If you enjoy a chewy oatmeal, then Irish oats are a great choice. If you're used to rolled oats and don't want to change, then that is fine also. You aren't missing much.

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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Survive the Global Crisis

Survive the Global Crisis was a free kindle book when this post was written.

You can continue lying on your sofa and wait, until everything is totally messed up, swim around in your depression and feel sorry for yourself, blame everyone else for your sorrows, protest and occupy with the masses and close your eyes to reality, swear at and condemn those across the ocean or on the other side of the continent while everything reaches boiling point… Or you can grab this opportunity and contribute to real change; change within you, change in your environment and ultimately change around the world. SURVIVE THE GLOBAL CRISIS offers you 100s of practical tips!

Friday, March 28, 2014

Economic Collapse Survival Quiz For Would-Be Preppers And Survivalists

You don't have to be a "Doomsday Prepper" to see that America is headed for some rough times, and learning how to prepare for an economic collapse makes sense. Take the following quiz and see how you measure up with preppers and survivalists.

1) If the cumulative inflation rate hits 100% for three years, then it is called what?

2) Name at least one country that has experienced hyperinflation in the last 100 years.

3) What kind of money is best to have during an economic collapse?

4) What causes food riots during economic collapse?

5) How are public services and utilities impacted by economic collapse?

6) What is the best way to pack dry foods in your food storage so that their shelf life is lengthened?

7) How long can wheat, oats and other dry foods last in your food storage and still be good?

8) How many drops of bleach are needed to purify a gallon of water?

9) Can water caught from your downspouts off the roof be considered safe to drink?

10) What is the best way to cook if there is a power outage and you have an electric stove?


1) Hyperinflation

2) Germany before WWII is the greatest example, although Zimbabwe, Argentina and Russia are more good examples

3) Precious metals and foreign currency (like the Swiss Franc, which is regarded as one of the most stable).

4) Panic and supply chain issues. It is almost never caused by actual food shortages in the country, but rather distribution problems and a "run" on the stores.

5) Repairs and maintenance get put off and this causes breakdowns and power outages to make utilities much less reliable.

6) In sealed mylar bags with oxygen absorbers, in 5 gallon buckets.

7) If sealed as mentioned above, the shelf life is 10-20 years.

8) Sixteen drops per gallon, unless the water is cloudy or the bleach is old.

9) No, rainwater running off the roof is contaminated by the asphalt shingles on most roofs.

10) By using your barbecue grill or a propane camping cook stove.

If you scored at least 8 points, then you are really learning how to prepare for an economic collapse, and you have what it takes to become a real prepper or survivalist.

By the way, do you want to learn how to get started with an easy Food Storage plan? If so, download my free MP3 HERE.

And to learn what 5 things you should always have in your car to be prepared for any emergency, you can go HERE.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Survival Pantry: The Prepper's Guide To Food Storage, Water Storage, Canning And Preserving

Survival Pantry: The Prepper's Guide To Food Storage, Water Storage, Canning And Preserving was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

Survival Pantry

The Prepper's Guide To Food Storage, Water Storage, Canning And Preserving

* Over 5500 copies downloaded! Join the crowd and download now!

Our world is becoming more volatile each and everyday.  Large scale natural disasters, economic collapse, and terrorism are real world situations that threaten our way of life.  Preppers are prepared for any type of disaster, ranging from common natural disasters to unlikely large scale events. By being prepared to survive in an environment where our every necessity is scarce, preppers understand how to take action. How much you decide to prep is up to you, but having an understanding of this information and being able to utilize these techniques could mean the difference between life and death. This book covers food storage and techniques that could determine you or your family's survival should a disaster occur.
This Book Will Cover:
  • Why everyone should have a food storage system in place
  • Common mistakes to avoid
  • Different ways to store survival food
  • Comprehensive list of food you should stockpile
  • The pros and cons of different survival foods
  • Water storage and filtration
  • Food storage for those who lack space
Download this crucial guide today and learn how you can start your own food storage system even if you are on a budget or lacking space.  Join the crowd and download now!

Homemade Cheese - The Ultimate Recipe Guide

Homemade Cheese - The Ultimate Recipe Guide was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

Cheese is an extremely versatile ingredient in the culinary world. It can be used to add flavor to sandwiches, to create rich sauces for entrees, or to complement a bottle of wine. But cheese can also be a pricey item at the grocery or gourmet store. Fortunately for your taste buds and your wallet, you can make your own cheese at home by using a traditional farmer's recipe. We have collected the most delicious and best selling homemade cheese recipes from around the world. Enjoy! 

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Tornado Survival Tips

It is generally considered common knowledge that being underground is the best bet you can make when a tornado strikes, but what happens when you don't have a tornado or cellar available, and what do you do once you're in your safe area? If you live in a tornado prone area, it is very important to know what you should do when you hear a warning siren. Read on for some simple things that you can do to make it much more likely that you will survive if a tornado strikes.
Find The Right Shelter
Have A good Weather Radio!
The best place to be during a tornado is a basement or cellar. If you don't have a basement, go to an interior room of your home like a bathroom or hallway. Stay away from any windows, and if all you have is a bathroom get in the tub. Try to stay underneath a solid structure, like a staircase or large table. If nothing like this is available, pull a mattress over your head. Falling and flying debris can be a danger during a tornado, so coverage over your head and around you is ideal. Cover yourself with heavy blankets and sleeping bags for added protection.

Never stay in a car or mobile home during a tornado. The wind will make your car a very dangerous place, and mobile homes do not offer the protection of a home with a foundation. If you are caught outdoors in a tornado and can't find anywhere safe to get inside, try laying in a ditch or other low lying patch of land. The point is getting out of the path of wind and flying debris, so get as low as possible. Cover the back of your head with your arms and keep your face pointed down. Follow any official drill procedures if you are in a public area, since the primary objective will be getting you to the safest place in the area.

What To Have

Once you have decide where the safe area of your house is located, it is important to make sure there are a few necessities available if you and your family are there when a tornado strikes. Always make sure your safe area has a first aid kit and three gallons of water per person available in case part of the area collapses and you get stuck there for awhile. A radio and a charged cell phone are good things to have, as well as a flashlight and batteries for everything that needs them.

What Not To Do

Several myths about tornado safety are wrong and may get you killed if a tornado actually strikes. Never park and hide under an overpass during a tornado. The opening can act as a wind tunnel, making it more dangerous than the surrounding land. Never light any candles in your safe area while you wait for a possible tornado. If the disaster hits your home, your gas lines may rupture and ignite the flame. Don't waste time opening windows when a tornado is approaching. A tornado will break windows when it hits, and you don't want to be standing in front of them when it happens.

Food Storage Recipe - Make Your Own Cherry Leather

Cherry Leather

 Wash and remove stems and stones from: 3 pounds (10 cups) ripe fresh cherries

 Puree the cherries in a blender or food processor, along with:

1/2 cup white corn syrup

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

 Heat the cherry puree in a medium saucepan just until boiling.

 Put wax paper onto pans that you can dehydrate this in. Grease dehydrator trays with vegetable oil.

Pour the puree onto the trays in even 8-inch-diameter circles. 

 Dehydrate in your oven at 135 degrees for 7 to 10 hours, or until firm but leathery.

 Roll up the leather while it is still warm; then cut each roll into 4 pieces. Let cool completely before storing in individual serving-sized bags. Kids love these and they are great for when you go hiking or camping. A good treat to have on hand.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Prepper's Emergency First Aid & Survival Medicine Handbook

The Prepper's Emergency First Aid & Survival Medicine Handbook (Survival Family Basics - Preppers Survival Handbook Series) was a free kindle book at the time of this posting.

This book contains proven steps and strategies, from over 25-years of Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness, on how to build an emergency first aid kit with traditional items and non-traditional items, identify the signs and symptoms of life threatening injuries that occur during disasters, administering emergency first aid treatment, and having knowledge of essential survival medications both pharmaceutical and homeopathic.

As the roar of the destruction begins to fade in the background will you know how to provide emergency first aid to those around you?

When the public service announcement disrupts your favorite television show, will you know what do following a chemical attack?

After completing this book, you will:
• Be able to identify which injuries are most likely to occur with a disaster and know how to administer basic first aid that may make a difference between life and death.
• Have an understanding of manmade terrorism events and resources to keep you and your family safe.
• Soon view the common household items in your home as rescue items and survival medications.
• And much more!

During a disaster, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and hospitals are rapidly overwhelmed. All too frequently community centers and school football fields becoming make shift triage centers and morgues.

The best way to ensure that you and your family makes it out of a disaster situation with a positive outcome is to plan and Prep. That’s what we’re about to do, so let’s get started!

Confessions of A Prepper- Prepper Mom: How To Plan And Protect Your Family And Friends During Any Disaster

Confessions of A Prepper- Prepper Mom: How To Plan And Protect Your Family And Friends During Any Disaster was a free kindle book when this post was written.

 Understanding how to prepare and survive a disaster scenario often times is the difference between life and death for a family. Unfortunately, many families only have one member of the family who is well versed in survival techniques--usually the male of the household. This trend can be very dangerous and can significantly decrease your odds of survival as a family. This book intends to change this trend and teach every member of your family how to prepare and survive and disaster.

Whether you believe the world is heading towards more violence or you want to prepare for natural disasters, this book is for you. We will cover basic tips and techniques you can use to prepare and survive common natural disasters. We will also cover numerous advanced techniques to help you secure your home and survive a long term disaster. Our tips and techniques can be used in numerous disaster scenarios and will increase your odds of survival as a family.

This book will cover:
Home security
Home defense
Food storage
Water storage
Canning and food preservation
Bug-out bags
Evacuation techniques
and much, much more!

Monday, March 24, 2014

Food Storage Recipe - Bulk Basic Biscuit Mix

Basic biscuit mix without the shortening:

This makes a nice old-fashioned “baking powder” type biscuit. It is a lot like the store-bought biscuit mix and can be used in its place in any recipe. This version has no shortening and has an indefinite shelf life.

10 cups flour

10 Tbsp. baking powder

2 tsp. salt

4 tsp. cream of tartar

 4 Tbsp. sugar

 Measure ingredients in a bowl, mix well, and store in a food safe, large canister. I also add an oxygen absorber into the container with the mix. Better safe than sorry.

To make the  biscuits, measure 2 cups of mix into a bowl. Cut in 6 tablespoons butter, margarine, or shortening until crumbly. Stir in 1 cup milk (or buttermilk for fluffier biscuits). Turn onto floured board and knead for half a minute. Do not overwork the dough. Pat into a ½-inch-thick circle and cut with biscuit cutter. Place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake in a preheated oven at 450° F for 15 to 20 minutes or until puffed and golden. This makes about one dozen biscuits. Stock up on this basic biscuit mix. It will be used a lot.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Home Brewing

Home Brewing: Self-Sufficiency (The Self-Sufficiency Series), this is something that my hubby is wanting to try out.

This new handbook book includes everything you’ll need to brew a variety of beers at home, from the equipment and techniques needed, to inside secrets from a professional brewer. John Parkes, an experienced brewmaster, explains how anyone can produce delicious beer with the help of just some basic equipment and a few key skills. Those new to home brewing will love the easy-to-follow instructions; adept home brewers will be delighted by the original recipes. Made without unnecessary chemicals and additives, the beers featured here will appeal to anyone seeking a more self-sufficient lifestyle—and they taste great!

The Ultimate Guide To Food Dehydration and Drying: How To Dehydrate, Dry, and Preserve Your Food

The Ultimate Guide To Food Dehydration and Drying: How To Dehydrate, Dry, and Preserve Your Food was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

The Ultimate Guide To Food Dehydration And Drying
How To Dehydrate, Dry, And Preserve Your Food

* Over 5000 Copies Downloaded! Join The Crowd and Download Now!

Good preparation means being ready for an unexpected shortage in basic necessities. This makes home food preservation techniques as important as ever in today's uncertain climate. Learning these practical and easy to learn methods will ensure that you're prepared for months up to years with a wide range of nutritional foods.
But being prepared isn't the only reason to preserve food; there are several economical, nutritional, and fun reasons to join this movement. Whether you've never considered food preservation or if you're drying food right now, there's something in this book for you. We'll cover food drying and dehydration methods as well as freeze-drying and pickling techniques certain to change the way you look at food.   
This Guide Will Cover:
  • An in-depth primer into food preservation
  • The awesome benefits of drying, pickling, and freezing
  • Step by step methods and strategies
  • The best foods to preserve at home and why
  • And much more! 

I CAN CAN RELISHES, Salsa, Sauces & Chutney!!

I CAN CAN RELISHES, Salsa, Sauces & Chutney!! How to make relishes, salsa, sauces, and chutney with quick, easy heirloom recipes from around the world ... or sell (I CAN CAN!! Frugal Living Series) was a free book for the Kindle when this post was written.

Introducing the newest book from the I CAN CAN Frugal Living Series!!

Whether you are a beginning home canner or a pro, canning for gifts or interested in large quantity food storage, canning to save money or to improve the quality of food you feed your family, you will find something of interest in this book!

Step-by-step instructions

Gain the confidence to add home canning to your skillset. Each recipe is written with simple, crystal clear instructions to promote safe canning technique that can be followed by even a first time home canner.

Great recipes

Enjoy delicious recipes from the Deep South and around the world that will appeal to even the most experienced home-canner who wants to add some new items to their pantry or farm stand sales items.

Folk stories

Read stories that add context and meaning to the recipes. They add elements of humor and love to every recipe that will stir memories of your own.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Rain Barrels: Free Water For Your Lawn and Garden

Save money and water this year by installing a rain barrel. A rain barrel collects storm water from your roof, and stores it for later use on your lawn or garden. This is a great way to reduce storm water run-off from your property, while at the same time providing you with a free source of water for your lawn or garden without burdening your well, or increasing your water bill.

During the summer, watering your lawn and garden can account for nearly half of your household water usage. During dry spells this can place a great burden on your well. If you are on public water, the thought of reducing your water bill in half can certainly be very appealing. On an environmental level, it makes much more sense to water your lawn and garden with rain water, rather than using expensive highly treated water intended for drinking. You would never think of watering your lawn with bottled water! Using public drinking water for this purpose really doesn't make much more sense.

A rain barrel in its simplest form is a plastic 55-gallon drum connected to your gutter downspout, with an attachment for a garden hose at its base. Rain barrels can be constructed fairly simply and inexpensively using common items found at a hardware store. A search of the internet will reveal a variety of plans that you can follow.

Many companies and hardware stores now offer readymade rain barrels in a variety of designs. While these readymade designs will be more expensive than building your own, you will have the advantage of choosing a design that fits with your property, and that is appealing to the eye in addition to providing functional value. Also, check with your local town hall for a less expensive alternative. Many towns and civic groups offer programs that enable you to purchase a readymade rain barrel at a reduced price, while also supporting this organization.

Save money and save water this year by taking advantage of rain barrels to collect a free source of water for your lawn and garden. It makes sense for you, and it makes sense for the environment.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Survival Family Basics - The Hunkering Down Guide to Protect and Defend Your Home When Disaster Strikes

Survival Family Basics - The Hunkering Down Guide to Protect and Defend Your Home When Disaster Strikes (Prepper Survival Guide Books) was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

No one likes to think about living in a world where we need to be worried about desperate people, including possibly neighbors, turning against us and trying to take what we have.

But the truth is, we don’t have the luxury of thinking any other way. It is an unfortunate fact that we face potential danger every day of the week and it only increases when disaster strikes.

“Survival Family Basics – The Hunkering Down Guide to Protect and Defend Your Home When Disaster Strikes” is here to help you be prepared as best you can.

The need to defend your home and your family can come in many forms. It can range from a home invasion to an armed encounter with marauders. In times like these making sure everyone in your family is ready to deal with the range of possible scenarios is the only way to put the odds of surviving on your side.

Here are some of the things you will learn…

• How to provide a safe, defensible location for your family to live during and after a disaster or crisis.
• How to fortify that location so that it can provide protection against the new threats brought on by disaster or crisis.
• How to equip that location with the necessary items to enable you to defend it with the members of your family or group.
• How to stockpile the supplies you will need to survive a siege in that location.
• How to develop the skills you and your family will need to defend your home.
• How to provide an escape plan in the event your defenses fall or are overrun.

From doing an assessment of your home to identify weaknesses others can exploit to deciding what kind of supplies you need to stockpile in case of siege, this book contains the information and insight you need to be ready to protect your home and your family in almost any situation.

By taking the steps outlined here to develop your home defense strategy and plan, fortify your structure, stockpile supplies, and increase your skills you are doing everything you can to provide a safety net for your family when disaster strikes. 

5 Reasons to Try Square Foot Gardening For Growing Vegetables

The basic idea is to build a box of manageable size, like around 3 x 4, add soil, section off areas of 1 square foot each and plant one type of vegetable within each square. There are so many great reasons this type of vegetable gardening is so great that it's no wonder even beginning gardeners are having great success.

So if you're still on the fence about whether square foot gardening is for you, keep reading!

Reason #1 - Grow Vegetables Anywhere!

Look, with square foot gardening, you no longer are limited to having a great yard with plenty of space. This method will work on a sunny balcony, an urban rooftop, a backyard deck or even a tabletop in your small yard. As long as the area gets lots of sun, you can place your vegetable garden there. Just build the size of the box or boxes to fit your particular location.  But make sure it's not too wide that you can't easily get to the center squares.

Reason #2 - Much Less Work!

This is a great reason to me. With this gardening method there are no heavy gardening tools to wield, no hard soil to dig through and no tough weeds with which to contend. You'll be working with soft, weed-free soil that makes growing your own vegetables a pleasure, not a punishment.

Reason #3 - Utterly Accessible

If you want your garden on the ground, you can put it there. But, if you're one of the millions of people who have mobility issues, you can place your square foot garden up on a table top for easy accessibility!  Don't go to the plants...bring the plants to you. Simply measure the surface of the table you're planning on using and build the box accordingly. Just be sure to add a plywood bottom to keep the soil in.

Reason #4 - Little or No Pesticides (Organic Friendly)

First of all, depending on where your garden is located, you'll drastically reduce the amount of pests that can get to your plants. It's a simple factor of location. And second, when you have a close grouping of different types of plants, it's easier to keep fungus from spreading from plant to plant. A regular spraying of compost tea usually does the trick.

Reason #5 - It's Just Plain Fun

Square foot gardening has brought the fun back into this wonderful hobby. It gives more people in more locations a chance to grow their own vegetables, it provides those with mobility issues a way to stay in the garden and it takes away a lot of the guess work that's usually present with traditional gardens. Plus, it's an easy way to get the kids involved in growing vegetables for the family.
Now that you know more about square foot gardening, hopefully you'll decide it's for you and you'll take a stab at it. It's really a wonderful way to jump into gardening for beginners and experienced gardeners will enjoy the break from all the typical work a vegetable garden takes.
So get out there and start gardening!
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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Radioactive: A Dirty Bomb Prepper Survival Story

Radioactive: A Dirty Bomb Prepper Survival Story was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

A devastating attack on the San Diego Naval Base leads to a chain of mysterious bombings across the country. One man, Jim, a contractor and former Navy analyst, finds himself in the middle of the chaos with his friend, Coyle, a fellow mechanic. Together, with Jim's cat, Tigs, they must find a way out of the city to relative safety, amidst the chaos of mass pandemonium, traffic jams, military checkpoints, and immediate danger around every corner. Everything is up for grabs and nothing is as it seems in this must-have installment of prepper fiction. This real-world nightmare scenario provides instructional skills and tips on how to plan for and survive a deadly attack. Download this exciting, edge-of-your-seat thriller today and get the vital information you need involving the very prepper survival tactics that could someday mean the difference between life and death for you or your family.

Cool Dollar Tree Find

Just another cool Dollar Tree find that could come in handy during a emergency andif you have no lights.
Cute little 5 LED desk top lights. They use 3 AA batteries that I also buy at the Dollar Tree and as you can tell from the picture they are very bright.
You might check to see if you Dollar Tree has them. I just found these by accident. They were on the bottom of a shelf in a box with other little trinkets, like sticker collector albums and other small things. Totally hidden. I grabbed one of each color just to see how they work. Might get a couple more just to put back. I always have a stockpile of AA batteries. Everything in our house seems to use them.  

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Surviving Doomsday: Techniques to Help You Survive After a Bio Attack

Surviving Doomsday: Techniques to Help You Survive After a Bio Attack was a free much needed book for the kindle when this post was written.

You wake up in the middle of the night, and there’s no electricity. Thunderous crashes sound from outside. Screams echo from down the street. There has been a biological attack in your town. The worst has actually happened. What should you have done to prepare? What do you do now?

Surviving Doomsday provides tips and techniques to help keep you and your family alive in the event of mass warfare.

This guide covers the following and more:

Biological & Chemical Attacks - How to survive in the event of a biological or chemical attack
Fallout Preparation - What to do before and after you become contaminated
Quarantine Rooms - How to set one up and how to use it
Food Storage - What to stockpile in the event of an attack
Bugging Out - What you need to know if you must leave your home
Weather - How to forecast the weather using only your senses
Home Defense - Weapons and tools needed to keep you and your loved ones safe

*** Also included is a special bonus section about using herbs as highly-effective survival medicine.

This guide is a must-read for any family that wants to be prepared for a potential biological or chemical attack.

Convert A Hot Water Heater Into A Wood Stove

has all the pictures and info on actually turning an old hot water heater into a wood stove. This could really come in handy.

Hit the junk yard!!!

Survival Family Basics

Survival Family Basics - The Prepper Survival Guide to Bugging Out When it's Time to Get Out of Dodge (Prepper Survival Guide Books) was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

The last thing any parent ever wants to have to do is drag their children from the safety and security of their home into a hostile environment. But when a disaster strikes, this is exactly what may be required in order to keep your family safe from harm. “Survival Family Basics - The Prepper Survival Guide to Bugging Out When it's Time to Get Out of Dodge” is here to help you do just that – keep your family safe on the move.

It is an unfortunate fact that no matter where you live, there is always the possibility that some kind of crisis will render your home or the area where you live unsafe. In these situations you may have no other alternative than to “get out of Dodge!”

The need to bug-out creates a greater logistical challenge than any other prepping scenario and for families, the stakes are even higher. While you might be able to go without food for a few days or be willing to risk drinking water that might make you sick, you probably aren’t willing to put your kids in the same situation.

Here are some of the things you will learn…

• How to pick a bug out location
• What kind of transportation options you need to consider when making your bug out plan
• Who in your family needs a bug out bag
• What to do when you are bugging out with small children
• The basic ingredients needed to build your bug-out bag
• Information on the special considerations you need to factor in when you are bugging out with your entire family

From deciding your bug-out destination to creating an inventory system for your bug-out bag, this book provides you with the information and insight you need to get your family and your gear out of the house and on the move as quickly as possible when disaster strikes!
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