When packing food into your 72 hour kit, remember to use shelf stable, non perishable foods that will last a while. I cannot stress enough about the importance of food and water in your Emergency Survival Station. It’s amazing how fast the weight in your pack can add up, especially when adding in water and food! Staying organized is important and if you cannot determine what you have, when you bought it, how much you have, and how long it is good for, then you may run into problems at some point, problems that could cost you money and have an effect on your preparedness. The post Preppers Journal: Record Keeping For Disaster Preparedness appeared first on Preparing for shtf.
Other reasons for having an emergency supply of food can include having peace of mind that you are ready no matter what type of disaster or personal situation arises.
You should have this emergency food supply stored in an area that you will be if disaster were to strike. If you are looking for a quick way to catch up on disaster preparedness, and create your own list, you've come to the right place.


In addition, several people carry a food emergency supply kit with them in their vehicles in case they are in an accident and are unable to get help. In these cases, an emergency food supply is going to be the one thing that you can eat, since it is prepared to deal with natural disasters and the like. Your preparedness and record keeping would not be much different from a large corporation except for the scale.
This time I’ll show you some popular examples to start your emergency canned food supplies.
However, when most people are making a disaster kit, they often put in everything put the food supply.
Of course, you cannot have too many cans of this food or that food, but the money you spend to buy something you already have may have been better spent on something you did not have. You also need to store at least 3 days worth of “easy to prepare” food (with a long shelf life).
Having lived through the March 2011 events in Japan it feels great to share what I've learned about disaster preparedness.


Through having an emergency food supply they can at least ensure that they are able to eat and feed their families. You will find that the shelf life of freeze dried food is higher than canned food, which is why so many people turn to freeze dried food when planning their emergency food supply.
They talk about having a diaster kit prepared that includes candles, flashlights, medication, first aid items, water and food. Whatever the reason, you should ensure that you have canned foods, water and those foods that are freeze dried.
Having the emergency food supply ensures that you and your family does not starve while waiting for help, if help is needed.



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