Date of publication: 2018-01-10 03:10
About crackers. I always have saltines and oyster crackers for use with my soups or for making peanut butter crackers, but for long term storage I buy pilot crackers in #15 cans. On sale they can be pretty reasonable, especially for a store and forget kind of food. I think I 8217 m up to 15 of the #15 cans of pilot crackers so I have something other than rice and pasta to go with the canned meats and soups I 8217 m storing. Variety is the spice of life. 🙂
The goal is to have a manageable number of things to do in a finite amount of time. At the same time, you will be able to do so with a limited cash outlay. And instead of looking at a task list 15 pages long, you will have a short list that is eminently doable in 85 days or less.
Thanks! I will definitely clean them out first and then add some colloidal silver to the water. I don 8217 t use laundry soap or fabric softner I use 2 really strong magnets and it cleans my clothes really well. And they are just as soft as ever without any residue from soap or softners. And for cleaning, I simply use vinegar & water for most everything.
But I can always use the water jugs for flushing the stool if it isn 8217 t too long of a period. Then I wouldn 8217 t be wasting drinking water I 8217 ll find a use for them somehow.
One of the nice things about prepping well for the most likely events is that one is usually thereby well prepared for the less likely or less severe ones as well. If Floridians are well prepared for a hurricane, they should be in good shape during a truckers 8217 strike.
I agree with Chris, i think its a very good idea to include those items. as well as bartering, it can also be used for cooking and medical uses as well. i dont drink anymore, but if the SHTF, i am sure it would make at least one night look good! Even stale cigarettes are an excellent item as well to barter with!
For videos on how to baton firewood with a short machete (or really big knife like the Marine Raider) go to YouTube and plug baton firewood into the search field.
It 8217 s amazing what can actually be done when you set out a plan and follow it. I 8217 m sure a year felt like an eternity when you got started but as we all know can fly by like it was just yesterday.
Vikki To be honest, I did start a year 2 (months 18 and 19) but they generated very little in the way of views so I abandoned the project. I am going to ramp things up again with new material for year 1 so be sure to watch for the new articles.
Ongoing stocks: Long term supplies (honey, salt, sugar, rice, beans, etc..) and water. First aid kit (accident prone 8 yo..)
Our current projects: 8-6 month food supply.
Chuck Box for our extra kitchen supplies.
Camping box for our conglomeration of scouting gear.
Saving for LifeStraws/Berkey systems and larger wish list items.
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