Be Prepared For The Unexpected!
The world is full of unexpected events that can disrupt your life. We have personally been through winter weather emergencies and floods that made it impossible to get to a store or even to leave our town for several weeks.
Most people will experience some kind of unexpected large-scale emergency from time to time, but you don't have to be caught off guard!
Maintaining a stockpile of food, water and other necessary items can prepare you for unexpected emergencies, including natural disasters like winter storms, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and more.
Preparing now can dramatically reduce the stress and panic of sudden, life changing events.
A practical stockpile is also a good way to prepare for other unexpected events like supply chain disruptions, shortages at the store, job loss, economic downturns or political unrest that might make it difficult to buy needed items at the store.
You don't have to become a hardcore prepper to keep a stockpile. This printable e-book is designed to teach regular people how to build and use a practical stockpile that the average person can use.
Be Confident In Times Of Trouble!
In our Practical Stockpile Printable e-Cookbook, you will learn how to gather items you need to build and maintain your own stockpile so your family is prepared. You'll also find easy recipes specifically designed to prepare stockpile food in case other food is not available.
Here are some of the things covered in the Practical Stockpile Printable e-Cookbook:
- What Is A Stockpile And Why Should You Have One
- How Long Does Food Last On The Shelf?
- Places To Store Your Stockpile If You Have Limited Space
- What To Do In Case Of Power Loss
- Uses For Various Stockpile Items Like Dry Milk, Mashed Potatoes, Rice And Canned Goods
- Easy Tip And Recipes Using Only Stockpile Food
- Sourdough Starter Bread (Tips And Recipe) - How To Make Sourdough Starter And Care For It And How To Make Bread From The Starter.
- Miscellaneous Prepping Recipes Like Homemade Cough Syrup, Toothpaste, Deodorant And Homemade Ice Packs.
- How To Stockpile Food On A Budget ($5 Per Week) Printable
- 125 Things To Stockpile
- 50 Things You Can Eat Without Cooking