Tag: food-storage

Water and Food (Level 1 Prepping & Preparedness)

Storing an amount of extra water and food to be prepared for 1-week is smart and cheap preparedness insurance for many of the “most likely to happen” disruptions that you may encounter one day. You may be surprised that the majority of Americans apparently do not have a solid 1-week …

Best Canned Meat For Your Deep Pantry Food Storage

The RDA (Recommended Daily Allowances) for daily intake of protein is 56 grams for men and 46 grams for women. In other words that’s approximately several ounces per person per day. Note that these min. requirements do not factor laborious working conditions. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) recommends that …

Do Not Underestimate The Value Of Food And Water

This morning while reading an article/interview between Jim Sinclair and Greg Hunter regarding the ‘pressure cooker’ financial/economic time bomb of our current system and how it’s going to blow one day, they were talking about the value of having some gold and silver as a ‘savings account’ for one’s extra …

What Is Your Favorite Rice and Beans Recipe?

This morning Mrs.J said that we’re having rice & beans for dinner tonight. It gave me an idea for today’s post… When we have a meal with ‘rice and beans’, we don’t JUST have rice and beans. There’s more to it… the other ‘stuff’ that goes with it or on …

Calories Per Pound Of Rice, Beans, Wheat

The most common ‘staple’ dry foods for preparedness and long-term food storage are rice, beans, and wheat berries. You yourself may have some of these in your deep pantry inventory. In order to fully grasp how much you actually have with regards to calories and ‘survival day’ equivalent, the following …