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Daily Bread Emergency Preparedness Review and Giveaway

…ttled economic times, it is becoming easy to see the importance of doing so. When I thought of food storage and emergency preparedness, my mind immediately turned to Daily Bread !  Here is why:   Daily Bread offers a huge variety of freeze dried goumet foods that taste as good as a homemade meal!  I don’t know about you, but if I was feeding my family in an emergency situation, cans of fruits and vegetables might not go over too well f…

Emergency Preparedness- Week 1

…. and I don’t think that we are quite ready! So, I dug out a paper that received years ago that broke down Emergency Preparedness week by week. It can be overwhelming to do everything at once, so doing just a couple small things a week is perfect. I will post something every Saturday or Sunday . . .So, here is week 1: 1. Obtain a suitable 72-hour kit container (backpack, duffel bag, garbage can with lid). Make sure you have one kit for eve…

Emergency Preparedness- Week 12

{If this is your first time reading our Emergency Preparedness Posts, I suggest you start here. We are putting our 72-hour kits together by adding one or two things to it each week.} Week 12: Add 1 bar of soap to 72-hour kit….

Emergency Preparedness- Week 11

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I am so sorry- I think that I skipped a week or two! It has been crazy around here! {If this is your first time reading our Emergency Preparedness Posts, I suggest you start here. We are putting our 72-hour kits together by adding one or two things to it each week.} Week 11: Add 4 rolls of toilet paper to 72 hour kit . . . so you don’t end up with this problem . . ….

Emergency Preparedness- Week 7

Week 7: Add 2 cans tuna fish/canned meat to 72-hour kit….

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