Are you braced? If you are one of the “smart” ones and have started to purchase bulk foods, grains, cereals, etc. and have started a home food storage program, make sure you implement the following tips to ensure your food stays dry, fresh, and insect/ pest free.
Get out the back packs and fill them with supplies you’ll need for the day, before taking off together for the nearest hiking trail, bike path, or just for a walk to the library and park across town. When you reach your destination, sit down to rest and bring out those snacks and cans of soda. Yum.
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A nice aspect of this pack is that it is part of the larger MOLLE system which means that there are a number of different packs, pouches and other items that coordinate with this pack. In addition to the asault pack that is shown in the picture, I also have the larger main pack which I use to pack extra clothes and footwear.
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Survival supplies. You will want enough food to keep you and your loved ones going for 24 hours. Granola bars, crackers, peanut butter, dried fruit, cookies, hard candy, and don’t forget bottles and formula if you have a baby. Throw in a foil packet of pet food for each animal. Avoid canned goods as they are heavy. In an emergency you should be more interested in concentrated calories and energy than with vitamins and a balanced diet.
To ensure the longest shelf life, store your food supply in a cool and dry area. This should be an area that is not exposed to direct sunlight, and does not reach consistent temperatures of over seventy-five degrees. These foods will last for a while under these conditions, but they may indeed decrease their shelf life. All food and water should be left unopened until the time in which they are to be consumed.
Don’t take chances when storing food for a disaster situation. Although you can go a long time with a limited amount of food, you will want to have enough to eat to avoid going hungry. Proper storage of your emergency food supply will help you avoid this situation.