Food storage are you and your family prepared? Most people don’t like to think about the possibilities of a food shortage. If you are the type of person who thinks it won’t happen to you, please wake up. Reality is it can happen tsunamis, hurricanes, snow storms, tornados, droughts, earth quakes, floods, shaky global economy the list goes on and on we do not live in a perfect world.
Invest in flashlights, batteries, oil lamps and pillar or jar candles: Let there be light! We own two battery-operated camp lanterns that will run for 100 hours. When the electricity goes out is not the time to start looking for the batteries or filling the oil lamps.
Garlic is a seasoning that crosses cultural lines. Italian, Latin, Southern, and classic American cooking all call for garlic. Used alone or with only salt and pepper, it rounds out the flavor notes of many dishes, giving them depth. It has a heady, spicy aroma and can be used fresh, dried, or powdered. Try in spaghetti, garlic bread, and in soup bases with fresh onion and olive oil.
A major concern when mountain biking over rough terrain is the braking system so you must make sure your bike has a good set of brakes. You will need to brake often and sharply so, for your safety, you need to check the brakes every time you set out on a ride.
Now that you have both water and electricity, setting up your shower is simple and easy. With a 12 Volt DC water pump you can plumb your trailer just like your house. Build your shower enclose within your cargo trailer, or open air with a plastic tarp offering privacy.
This spice isn’t as widely used as garlic, but it should be. Its flavor is a few notes off of garlic’s and can be used to complement and heighten dishes in the same way as, or along with, garlic. It can be used alone to create intense flavor, especially when used dried or when simmered in butter or olive oil. It is a good spice to keep in your Survival Food storage because it keeps its freshness for a long time and can make an otherwise bland meal quite satisfying. Try ground beef with dried onion, steak with onion powder, salt, and ground pepper, or onion powder with sage on turkey breast.
“One-Day” treks are not only fun, but they teach your kids that you don’t have to go to Disney World to have a good time—or even on a camping trip. There are lots of things to enjoy and explore right in your own vicinity so take advantage of it. You might even give each member of the family a “One-Day” trek day of his or her own in which all the planning of where to go, what to take, etc. is left up to that person.
Pain to safe drinking water in containers and keep some ready-made chlorine tablets to disinfect water for drinking. You can do all this and more on the cheap it’s just not as simple as the purchase of emergency food aid already made. In any case the choice is quite good. Just come with a set of food and survival to be prepared to hunker down. Be prepared.