Emergency Pantry Handbook How to Prepare Your Family for Just about Everything
Intoday’s world, anything can happen—medical emergencies, power outages, naturaldisasters. In less time than it takes to sign off on an insurance form, theworld as we know it can be brought to a standstill. There can be no question: It’sbest to be More...
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Intoday’s world, anything can happen—medical emergencies, power outages, naturaldisasters. In less time than it takes to sign off on an insurance form, theworld as we know it can be brought to a standstill. There can be no question: It’sbest to be prepared.The Emergency Pantry Handbook by cookingexpert and readiness enthusiast Kate Rowinski offers tips, techniques, and adviceon how to keep your family safe, well-fed, and fully supplied in the event ofany crisis. With simple instructions, Rowinski demonstrates how to create anemergency strategy; how to protect your house, documents, and keepsakes; andhow to prepare for specific disasters.Offeringa unique twist on preparation handbooks, Rowinski focuses on food storage andcooking—put simply, how to plan nutritional emergency meals and avoid “making due”on canned meats and chocolate bars. TheEmergency Pantry Handbook details:StoragetechniquesPersonalizingyour food planStockpiling,shelf life, and rotationPickling,canning, sprouting, and dryingMakingdelicious dinners out of your storage pantryWhethera disaster lasts for twenty-four hours or twenty-four weeks, The Emergency Pantry Handbook is theultimate guide to keeping your family eating healthily and maintaining propernutrition, even in the worst of circumstances.
Kate Rowinski is co-author of "The L.L. Bean Outdoor Photography Handbook." She lives in both Yarmouth, Maine, & Charlottesville, Virginia.
|Introduction: Why Do You Need a Food Pantry?|
|Preparing Your Family for an Emergency|
|Storing and Handling Water|
|Planning Your Long-Term Storage Pantry|
|Building Your Pantry|
|The Specifics of Food Storage|
|Cooking Off the Grid|
|Using Your Storage Pantry|
|Recipes from Your Pantry|
|Growing, Gathering, and Preserving Your Own Food|
|Home Remedies from the Family Pantry|
|Food Planning Chart|
|Family Pantry and Emergency Resources|