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How To Be An Urban Prepper

In the developed world of the 21st century, it can be all too easy to forget how quickly the comforts and systems we’re used to can go out the window: All it takes is a bad storm or a major power outage. You may be well-versed in the 1,2,3’s of wilderness survival, but the idea of having to apply some similar tools and techniques as an urban prepper may be a new one. In this article, we’ll explore the concept of urban survival and what it takes to be an urban prepper. Urban Survival There are plenty of scenarios that might … Continue reading

Emergency Food Supplies: What to Buy and How to Store It

Stocking up on a supply of emergency food isn’t just a fascination of the prepping community. Even as society evolves, the demand for emergency food remains. From power outages to those nights you simply just don’t have the energy to cook, a supply of instant meals can help give you peace of mind no matter what. Of course, everyone’s needs are different. In order to determine what kind of food you need to include in your emergency food supply, you’ll need to ask yourself a few basic questions. Determining the answers to these questions will make shopping and planning a … Continue reading

Multi-Phased Approach to Emergency and Survival Food Storage

All Food is “Survival Food” Having emergency food on hand is like having a savings account. You should keep cash savings to help you manage unexpected financial shocks—like needing a new transmission in your car. Similarly you should have extra food on hand as a buffer to help you weather difficult times. The recent icy arctic blast experienced by much of the country has made travel difficult and serves as a prime example of the benefit of having extra food on hand. Healthy savings accounts and having extra food in your pantry provides peace of mind that your family will be taken care … Continue reading

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