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Prepper's Plan, Issue #002 - Storing Your Survival Stuff
May 04, 2014
Welcome to Prepper's Plan
Everyone has been so busy this month gardening, storing up food and planning for the future.
What do you do with all that Survival Stuff you have collected?
How do you protect it from being stolen or destroyed?
Let me spread some light on the subject
Survival Stuff: Spread it around or lose it
We area all spending our time and money preparing for emergencies, but sometime we don't think about what can happen in ourown home. We make plans on where we are going to put all of our gear and food, but have you ever thought what might happen if something happens to that storage area? What would happen to your storage?
This month I want to talk about a safety precaution and how to protect your emergency survival stuff.
You may ask,"Why would I want my survival stuff spread around?"
Have you heard the term, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket?” Well, the same could apply to storing our survival stuff.
Think about any of the personal disasters that you are preparing for. Fire, Flood, Tornado, or even burglary or vandalism. Any one of these could destroy your home (and your emergency preparedness supply) but yet leave a barn, a storage shed or neighbor’s house standing. These are the events we are planning for and all our planning could be destroyed in an instant and we end up in the exact situation we were trying to avoid.Find out how to protect youself from a storage disaster
Good Things to Have
Protecting your food storage is imparative.
I found an awesome product that you can use for water or food storage.It is called the "Water Brick." These heavy duty storage containers are stackable with tight sealing lids.You can use these for:
Ckeck out Water Brick for yourself.
This Month’s Recipe
I was scanning through a very old magazine the other day and came across a recipe for candied apples. I remembered how much I used to love them and how I would have to save part of it for later.
It got me thinking about my favorite dried apple recipe and how I could adapt it to make candy apples.It worked out so well I wanted to share my results with you.
I am giving you the basic recipe in this newsletter, but if you would like a full pictorial...here it is Dehydrated Candy Apples
Dehydrated Candy Apples
Dip the apples so they don’t turn brown:
Make the syrup:
Rehydrate the apple slices in the syrup:
Dry the apple some more:
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We would love to hear from you.
Until next month
"Store What You Eat and Eat What You Store"
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