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Prepared LDS Family: VERY extensive blog on how to build your food storage and your emergency prep essentials. Things are broken down into WEEKS or MONTHS. Very useful site!

How to Build a Badass Hidden Root Cellar / Storm Shelter. A root cellar is a great place to store your food and root vegetables. Easy and cheap to build.

You are out of excuses! This plan is THE fastest, cheapest and easiest way to start a food storage program. You are done in a weekend. AND there are no hassles with rotating. Pack it and forget. It’s space efficient – everything is consolidated into a few 5-gallon buckets. You’ll sleep content in knowing that … … Continue reading →

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10 ways to prepare for FREE

Food Storage and Emergency prep can be expensive! However, there are many things that you can do to prepare for little or NO cost. I LOVE this site! She even has recipes for 100 shelf stable meals!

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25 DIY Weekend Preparedness Projects

title says it all. http://foodstorageandsurvival.com/25-diy-weekend-preparedness-projects/

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Food Storage Made Easy Binder Review

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!! "You can wax cheese and make it a food storage item, lasting up to 25 years" Latter-Day Chatter: Project Noah-Food Storage and Emergency Preparedness

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50 Last Minute Ways to Prepare for an Emergency

50 Last Minute Ways to Prepare for an Emergency -- 50 great tips submitted by our readers to help you with last minute disaster preparations. Print this out right now!

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Can you prep too much? - Survival Mom

Can you prep too much? Such a great blog entry to keep your head on straight when prepping for emergencies. Love it!

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13 Pioneer Skills You May Need

13 Pioneer Skills You May Need. I doubt I'll ever get on a horse, but no matter why you prep or what you believe, it's just common sense to know how to do most of them.