Real Simple says that you should include high-energy, high-protein foods in your emergency stockpile, since you might need to expend more energy during an emergency than you normally would.
The article offers a bunch of helpful tips, such as choosing individually packaged cereals so they don't become stale after opening and keeping a can of Sterno handy to warm up foods indoors. It never hurts to prepare for the worst, so in addition to your food rations, don't forget your 72-hour emergency kit or long-term survival kit.


The items recommended on their food supply list have long expiration dates: peanut butter, for example, and, of course, canned meats and vegetables (don't forget the can opener!). Interesting ideas for your stockpile include basic seasoning and sweeteners to make your food taste better and multivitamins to help replace nutrients.





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