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Be prepared for any disaster with this comprehensive food-storage bible, packed with advice from the top experts in canning, dehydrating, stockpile maintenance, and shelf-stable cooking.
Recent history has shown just how important it is to create and maintain a food storage solution in the event of a pandemic, natural disaster, grid-down situation, or whatever causes SHTF. Now this 4-in-1 book collection offers your one-stop-food-shop for everything you need to know, including:
- An affordable, step-by-step guide for stockpiling - Complete instructions on how to can and dehydrate -almost anything - How to make your stockpile last longer - Food safety guidelines and considerations - The best equipment and modifications for grid-down living - Hundreds of creative recipes for well-rounded, delicious meals
The Prepper’s Ultimate Food-Storage Guide is the self-reliant solution to a life-saving food supply that will keep you and your family healthy for a lifetime.
About the Author
Tess Pennington is the founder of ReadyNutrition.com, a popular prepping website with over 160,000 readers a month. She is a lifelong prepper who lives in the Pacific Northwest where she and her family are taking steps to live a more self reliant lifestyle.
Julie Languille is passionate about both food and preparedness. She owns a dinner planning website with thousands of recipes compiled to make dinner planning, shopping and cooking easy for families. She teaches workshops on preparedness and long term food-storage and regularly hosts food packaging parties where families gather to make pre-packaged meal kits to build their own food storage as well as to bless families in need. Julie lives with her husband and family on lovely Whidbey Island, in the Puget Sound near Seattle, and when not cooking loves to read, sail and kayak in the waters near her home.
Daisy Luther is the author of Prepper's Water Survival Guide, The Pantry Primer and The Organic Canner. On her website, The Organic Prepper, Daisy writes about healthy prepping, homesteading adventures, frugal living, and the pursuit of liberty and food freedom. She is also the co-founder of the website Nutritional Anarchy, which focuses on resistance through food self-sufficiency.
Shelle Wells is the author of the popular website PreparednessMama and believes that everyone wants to be prepared for the big and small disasters of life. She helps people do this by teaching them to build their food storage, grow a family garden, and have an emergency kit. Her brand of preparedness teaches practical self-reliance, not zombie apocalypse and while she calls herself a ‘prepper’ there is no doomsday involved. She has been researching topics on preparedness and food storage for over 20 years. A native Oregonian, she’s currently transplanted in Central Texas with her husband, Steve.