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03/14/2019 / By Zoey Sky
Prepping can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to this self-sufficient lifestyle. Take things slow and start by building an emergency food supply so you can keep your family well-fed even after SHTF. (h/t to ApartmentPrepper.com.)
Before you head to the grocery store, ask yourself this question: Do you want to buy pre-built food storage packages, or do you want to create your own?
If you want to quickly add supplies to your stockpile, the best option is to purchase emergency food kits. You can buy emergency food kits at online stores, or you can visit stores that offer outdoor goods. Regardless of where you buy your supplies, always purchase products from trusted brands. When SHTF, you don’t want to be stuck with food that has already gone bad even before you start consuming it.
For those who want a more hands-on experience, creating your own kit is the best option. This way, you can personally select what kind of item goes in your kits.
Consider these factors before you start purchasing items for your pantry:
Below are some suggestions if you’re not sure what kinds of items to include in your emergency food supply.
Below are some tips that can help you build an emergency food supply for your family.
Follow these tips and start setting up an emergency food supply so you have access to nutritious food even if SHTF.
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