If your family has gluten or other food allergies, I’ve got some tips to get you disaster ready. Here’s a list of foods that can be bought or made ahead of time and stored in the pantry or freezer to use in an emergency. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recommends storing a 3-day supply of non-perishable food in case of an emergency. Homemade jerky can be kept in an air-tight container or bag in the freezer for about a year. So this can’t go in a non-perishable bag, but you can make bone broth and other homemade soup ahead of time, and freeze.
While boxed cereals at the grocery store seem like an easy choice to add to an emergency non-perishable kit, they typically contain a LOT of sugar and preservatives like BHT.
You can buy gluten-free crackers to store in a non-perishable kit, or you can make your own and store in the freezer. With the  growing interest in gluten-free, Paleo-friendly nutrition as well as disaster preparedness and survivalism,  I had received several emails inquiring about which foods are the best options for emergency situations. Ultimately, the goal of anyone interested in disaster preparedness should be putting together an abundant collection of nutritious foods that are energy-dense, with high quality protein, quality complex carbohydrates, and healthy essential fats.


While my fellow health nuts and food purists may cringe at the thought of consuming anything high in sugar, the fact remains that in an emergency situation, honey has been and will always be an inexpensive, readily available source of short-term energy. This brings us to how to customize these foods while following gluten-free, Paleo-friendly dietary guidelines. Please don't forget to enter your e-mail address in our subscription box to receive our new recipes via e-mail completely FREE!
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I’ve also got tips at the end of this article on additional supplies to include in your emergency kit. I suggest storing the dried goods listed below in a non-perishable, emergency bag to have on the go when you need it, and grab perishable items from the freezer when you need it (if your freezer is still functioning). Tools such as pliers to turn of utilities. FEMA recommends keeping a set of tools in your emergency disaster kit such as a wrench or pliers to turn of water, gas and other home utilities.
Once the exclusive domain of bodybuilders and fitness fanatics, protein powder boasts of a long list of benefits that make it a perfect item to have for emergency situations.


But forget the spam and stock up on gluten-free, organic grains like rice and quinoa (which is more nutritionally dense than rice). Plus, you can make delicious gummy snacks (here’s a great recipe) that the kids will love and store it in the freezer to grab and go when you need it. When ordering Please put in messages if you would perfer no mixes with dairy and we will make sure your kit is dairy free. Many products are Soy free, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Peanut Free,Trans Fat Free, Low Sodium, and ALWAYS Gluten Free. I’ll show you how to cook wholesome, gluten free (and grain free) meals with real food ingredients to nourish your family.
I?ll be the first to admit that gluten-free and Paleo emergency preparedness were topics I had given very little thought to combined.
Best of all, this can be done while adhering to a Paleo, gluten-free, or other dietary lifestyle.



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