PREPAREDNESS

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Soul-soothing Sweets

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

On our journey to preparedness, we've discussed several different types of foods to store. We've learned ab...

Ice Age

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Last week, our journey was spent learning about dehydrated foods . These are foods that are dehydrated in t...

Why Buy Dry?

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

When food is dehydrated, the water is slowly cooked out of the food without actually cooking it. You can dr...

M-R-Easy

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Our preparedness journey has recently focused on the lightweight and compact food bars. Well, there's anoth...

You Can Eat Them Here or There, You Can Eat Them Anywhere!

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

We've spent a lot of time discussing food storage basics, but I wanted to take the time to let you know abo...

Sugar, Spice, and Some Fat Would Be Nice!

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

We have already learned about grains , legumes , garden seeds , and milk on our journey through the basics ...

A Milk Moustache, No Matter the Moment

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Our journey continues through the basics of food storage, and our next item is a must have at our home. Wit...

Great Grains

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Did you know that cereal grains provide more food energy worldwide than any other type of crop? They can ad...

Spillin' the Beans

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Beans belong to a group of foods referred to as "legumes." This food group includes peas, lentils, and pean...

Worth the Wheat

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

We are continuing our preparedness journey by stopping at a few very important landmarks. One important sto...