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Day 10 – Starting Your 72-hour Kits - Preparedness Mama

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study of the effectiveness of pantry pest deterrents like DE, Bay Leaves, Dry Ice, Freezing, and Oxygen Absorbers. Very informative!

Ramblings Of A WannaBe Writer - Be Prepared

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Designed by a nurse, this First Aid Kit will have you prepared for just about any emergency you could encounter. Tons of great ideas on what to include for your own! Via A Bowl Full of Lemons

Build Your Own 5 Gallon Bucket Emergency Kit. Everyone should have one of these emergency buckets packed and ready to go. If you only ever do one thing for emergency preparedness, put together one of these kits.

72 hour kits organization; this is probably the coolest thing!

Recipe: Homemade Pedialyte 3 1/2 cups of cold water 1/2 cup of boiling water 2 teaspoons of powdered jello, I used strawberry 3 tablespoons of sugar 1/4 teaspoon of salt Directions: Pour the jello, sugar, and salt into a pitcher. Add in the boiling water and stir until the powdered ingredients are completely dissolved. Add the rest of the water, stir, and refrigerate.

This is the ultimate multi-purpose food processor it uses no electricity. Originally designed by an Amish gentleman to stand up to the rigorous processing of large amounts of foods for large Amish families and gatherings, the Little Dutch Maid is built for commercial use.

How to escape zip ties. Every girl should know this information. Awesome.

This is the easiest way to pull together 72 hour kits that I have ever seen. It would be super easy to do for a FHE.

One year of food storage. She breaks it down to just basics, then gives you a list of what you can make with it.

How to Clean, Prepare and Fill a Water Barrel Now that you have purchased your 30-gallon water barrels, do you know how to store water so that it will be clean and safe to drink? Do you just stick the hose into the barrel and fill? No, not a good idea. Here's a step-by-step method to prepare them that will ensure clean, potable water when and if you need it in an emergency.

Becoming self reliant...food storage is only one part of it.

Simply Preparing - Survival blog for disaster and emergency preparedness.

Seriously clever! A headlamp around a gallon of water = ambient light for your tent and a great night lamp when the power is out.