It is a roadmap for showing ordinary citizens that long-term food storage is not something that will overwhelm or burden the family budget.
This book is based upon the author’s own tried and true personal experience as someone who has learned to live the preparedness lifestyle by approaching emergency preparedness and planning in a systematic, step-by-step manner.
If all goes well, there is a book bomb (meaning the book is dropped into the public eye like a “bomb”) and the title soars to the top of the rankings. My preference is to take things a bit slower and more relaxed.
Quite simply, food is the number one concern people have second only to their concern for having an adequate supply of water.
The Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage is a book about food: What to store, how to store it and best practices.
Before I describe the book, I would like to mention that traditionally, when a new book title launches, there is a big hoopla.
Reviewers are lined up in advance, websites are flooded with ads, and readers are asked to make their purchase on a single pre-selected date.
Here is the official description from Amazon: When most people start thinking about family preparedness, they focus on food.
Not shelter, gear, sanitation, power, self-defense or the myriad of other concerns that need to be addressed following an emergency or disaster situation.
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