The Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage
by: Gaye Levy
Not too long ago my brother asked me about purchasing some MRE’s. “Why would you want to do that?” I asked. The only long-term food storage that he was familiar with was MRE’s. Because he knows that our world is so fragile and he now has a family that depends on him, he wanted to put away some food for emergencies.
I talked him through some of the options out there, but I really pushed the rice and beans in mylar lined buckets with O2 absorbers first. This is cheap and easy to do. I sent him some links from PW, articles and videos. But if he was to ask me today, how to go about starting a food storage program, I would just get him the new book by Gaye Levy, The Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage.
This is a no nonsense book. It’s a quick read, concise, has all the info. that you would need and comes from someone I know really believes in preparedness! In the book, Levy covers: The 20 Items to Kick Start Your Food Storage, Tips for Building An Emergency Food Supply, Common Food Mistakes and Moving Beyond Pre-Packaged Foods.
You can surf all over the internet and find this stuff, or you can spend the very reasonable $3.99 and have it in a concise e-book form that lays it all out for you. The book is 59 pages long and can be purchased at Amazon.
Make sure to visit Gaye’s website – Backdoor Survival for great preparedness articles.