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Food Storage/Emergency Preparedness

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Make your own 50-hour candles for less than 2 dollars a piece. Great emergency preparedness activity

TEOTWAWKI Blog: DIY Survival Candles

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Meals in a Jar for emergency preparedness w/ a shelf life of 7-10 years.

Chef Tess Bakeresse: 52 jar method

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Mason Jar Match Dispenser

Mason Jar Matches Dispenser

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Pie fixes everything here... and this is how we make it easy!

Freezer Apple Pie Filling - Graceful Little Honey Bee

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Prepared LDS Family: Additional Emergency Supplies for Disasters. -gallon Bucket #2 - Leather work gloves (put near top or in 72-hour kit) Large tarp Folding shovel Hatchet Whet stone 50 ft. nylon cord Duct tape Small folding cook stove with fuel Small hand broom Pliers and wrench Crowbar/prybar

The 5 Gallon Emergency Bucket ... and most of the things in are at the Dollar Store. #themoreyouknow

5 Gallon Bucket: Emergency Kit

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How to Wring Out (manually washed) Clothes with a DIY Clothes press from Live Ready Now (for camping or cabin life)

How to Wash Clothes without Electricity - Mom with a PREP

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Survival DIY

we made Tackle box first aid kit for camping and trips. Still have ours.

37 Unusual Items for preppers to keep or buy while they're still available...

7 core areas of preparedness: food, water, heat, lights, sanitation, medical, safety

Little House in the Big Woods homemade tin lanterns. FREE PRINTABLE INSTRUCTIONS!

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.

Portable Potty for emergency. Brilliant! Kitty Litter Sand for odor control & 8 gal trash bag fits perfectly!

Permanent glow stick! Lasts forever, recharges with any light source. www.uvpaqlite.com...

Cooking without Electricity Here is a calculation for how much charcoal you need to cook 365 meals: FORMULA Take the # of Dutch Oven meals planned for the year____ X 20 briquettes per meal =_____ divided by 30 briquettes per pound = pounds needed. EXAMPLE 365 meals X 20 briquettes = 7300 divided by 30 = about 243 lbs or about 12-20 lb bags, or about 16 – 15 lb bags NOTE: Kingston charcoal was estimated as 18 briquettes per pound

Converting a regular toilet to emergency toilet. Shut off water. Flush water out of bowl. Line bowl with 13 gal. plastic bag. Duct tape edges. Tape handle to prevent accidental flush. You can add a few cups of kitty litter to the bag or simply pour some bleach in the bottom of it. Have twist ties handy for daily disposal. Cover entire toilet with a 30 gal bag to control odor.

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So quick & easy making your own 50 Hour Soy Survival Candles. They cost under $2.00 each too. Toss in a box of matches inside before you cl...

This is a great item to have with you in a 72 Hour Pack. It is a complete oil lamp kit. www.SodaPopAve.com

Create a Family Emergency Plan

Mason jar oil lamp...canola oil and citronella oil-this is a great site devoted to mason jars!

Here's what a BARE MINIMUM 1-year supply of survival food storage for 1 adult person looks like. Approx.. 2,300 calories per day/ (storing only 695 lbs total). All food can be bought at a grocery store. Basically meals of bread and beans. 400 lbs grain, 60 lbs. legumes, 60 lbs sugar, 16 lbs powdered milk, 8 lbs salt, 10 qts. cooking oil, yeast.

A years supply, One week at a time! Deals to Meals: Catch the Vision!

Vegetable Beef Soup ready for canning - I like this better than freezing, less preplanning required.