Beginner’s Guide to Family Preparedness: Food Storage, Back to Basics, Survival Skills

Beginner’s Guide to Family Preparedness is an indispensable guide to family emergency storage. It provides a wealth of information for anyone who is serious about being prepared. It covers basic food suggestions for home food storage; food storage facts and tips; directions on dehydrating, fermenting, smoking, and curing meat; non-food necessities, such as medical supplies, clothing, and baby needs; tips for ovenless baking, soap making, candle molding, hide tanning, using white gas and kerosene, and planting a survival garden; fundamental survival skills; recipes for tasty survival foods including main dishes, breads, and desserts; and techniques for sprouting grain, washing on a rub board, building animal traps, and other handy information. You’d be hard pressed to find a book that offers a more in-depth guide than this Beginner’s Guide to Family Emergency Preparedness.

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    by Rosalie Mason

    Beginner’s Guide to Family Preparedness is an indispensable guide to family emergency storage. It provides a wealth of information for anyone who is serious about being prepared.

    In the eight sections of Beginner’s Guide to Family Preparedness you will find:

    • Basic food suggestions for home food storage
    • Food storage facts and tips
    • Directions on dehydrating, fermenting, smoking, and curing meat
    • Nonfood necessities, such as medical supplies, clothing, and baby needs
    • Tips for ovenless baking, soap making, candle molding, hide tanning, using white gas and kerosene, and planting a survival garden
    • Fundamental survival skills
    • Recipes for tasty survival foods, including main dishes, breads, and desserts
    • Techniques for sprouting grain, washing on a rub board, building animal traps, and other handy information

    You’d be hard pressed to find a book that offers a more in-depth guide to family emergency preparedness. Beginner’s Guide to Family Preparedness is a valuable addition to any home or community library!

    Chapters include:

    Part One—ANSWERS TO FOUR SIMPLE QUESTIONS

    1. Why Should We Store?
    2. What Should We Store?
    3. How Should We Store?
    4. Where Should We Store?
    5. The Basic Four

    Part Two—FOOD STORAGE FACTS

    1. Fumigation is a Must
    2. The Storage Environment
    3. Storage Containers
    4. Shelving and Rotation

    Part Three—BACK TO BASICS

    1. Dehydration
    2. Fermenting
    3. Smoking and Curing Meat
    4. Brine-Curing Meat

    Part Four—NON-FOOD NECESSITIES

    1. Medical Supplies
    2. Clothing, Material, and Patterns
    3. Baby Box
    4. Bedding

    Part Five—SURVIVAL MECHANICS

    1. Baking Without an Oven
    2. Survival Tools
    3. Soap Making
    4. Candle Molding
    5. Shoe Making and Repairing
    6. Tanning Hides
    7. White Gas and Kerosene
    8. Survival Garden

    Part Six—DIVERSIFIED FOOD PREPARATION

    1. Cookies and Crackers
    2. Breads and Cereals
    3. Main Dishes
    4. Desserts

    Part Seven—TIPS ON TECHNIQUES

    1. Sprout Your Grain
    2. How to Wash on a Rub Board
    3. How to Build a Small Animal Trap
    4. Storage Utensils
    5. Handy Hints

    Part Eight—SURVIVIAL LIBRARY

    1. Other Sources of Information

    5″ x 8″

    160 pages