1. Food storage calculator: Use this calculator to determine the minimum food storage requirements for your family for one year. While not an exact science it is a good starting point – you’ll still need to make the final list based on each family members needs.
2. Start your food storage on $10 a week : Good article written by Alan T. Hagan for Backwoods Home Magazine. He states “Depending on what you decide is important to you, everything you will need for a complete food storage program can be had from your local grocer and, perhaps, some other local businesses.”
3. Family Home Storage: Some good information by LDS, even if you’re not religious or a member you’ll find the information useful.
4. Food Storage Videos: Results from a search on YouTube for the term “Mormon Food Storage” – while I didn’t watch them all the ones I did watch looked and good offered sound advice.
5. Prudent Food Storage: More survival food storage information presented by Alan T. Hagan via his free online book Food Storage FAQ. Worth printing and putting in a binder.
7. Preppers List : 10 Things To Do Now! The title pretty much says it all – I posted this some time back so some of you may have already read it, but for those who haven’t I thinks it’s worth taking a few minutes to digest.
8. And a follow-up – Prepper List : Ten MORE Things To Do Now
Please share your best food storage resources in the comments below.
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