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Food supply/survival

Anyone have any tips, websites they might like to share regarding the stockpiling of food for a major shortage, crisis or disaster?

Not just the normal stuff like canned food, dehydrated food, but rather 'outside of the box' type ideas.

Where have you been? I had to work late... Oh these? Yeah, it was 'camo day' at work again .
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Re: Food supply/survival

www.survivalblog.com
www.survivalistboards.com
http://readynutrition.com/resources/...plan_01032013/


on both of these sites you should be able to find links to order prepackaged bulk foods. Also they both talk about gardening in great detail, and about using non-hybrid seeds. Feedback on Berky water filters and products people have used. Lehman's is a great source for products that don't require electric like grain mills and such. The more I have gotten into this the more I find I'm doing things more like my grandparents. I can only store so much food in the pantry. So I am now learning gardening, canning, butchering my own game, etc. Good luck Peppy. Happy to help if I can.

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Re: Food supply/survival

Thanks for those links BH... It led me to some other neat sites also.

I'm just in the beginning stages of getting some ideas on different ways to secure my family during a crisis... Any crises. Actually, not just during a crisis, but also ideas that are less modernized for everyday living.

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Re: Food supply/survival

There are tons of forums for it.

Lots of good info

I think we should all be prepared for situations. Living out in the country this comes natural we always have to be prepared

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Re: Food supply/survival

Peppy, I too am only in the beginning stages of this. I started about a year ago and am learning little by little. I really like learning new methods of more self reliant living. If you find anything cool be sure to post and share.

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I thought this site had some good info.

Family Survival Planning

Where have you been? I had to work late... Oh these? Yeah, it was 'camo day' at work again .
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Thanks Peppy

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Re: Food supply/survival

This is the one I started with...


http://www.lewrockwell.com/creekmore/creekmore11.1.html

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The forums on this site have a lot of self reliant info.

http://www.backwoodshome.com/

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