I want people to stand in line for food storage. Lest you think I’m a tad off my rocker, read Ready or Not #228: Store Food So You Don’t Have to Stand in Line to see what I mean.
Monthly Archives: September 2011
I like soup a lot. It is filling, it feels good as it warms your stomach up, and it is also a comfort food, especially when you are sick. In Ready or Not #117: Cream Soup Base Mix, I tell you how to make a mix for a cream based soup and then adapt it to make a variety of creamed soups. I also share a recipe for minestrone soup. Yum!
I hope you enjoy these recipes as we are heading into the fall season.
Tornadoes. Hurricanes. Being lost in the winter time. There will be times that you are faced with situations in which you will need to be prepared. And, will you be?
Ready or Not #78: Survival Bread discusses several types of emergency situations. And, it gives a recipe for survival bread that is easy to make and yields tasty and nutritious bread to be eaten in those times of crisis.
If your family had to eat the food in their 72 hour kits, would they really eat it? Or would you have a rebellion on your hands?
Ready or Not #227: Eating Well – Or Not discusses the problem of putting food in your 72 hour kits that your family refuses to eat — and what you can do about it.
I make everything from “scratch”. Okay, not everything, but most everything. It isn’t that hard and it is less expensive and it tastes better. Through the years of creating things from scratch it has become secondhand and I don’t have to put much thought into it. A lot of times I don’t even have to look at most of the recipes anymore.
Ready or Not #226: Where Do I Buy Scratch discusses the benefits of making things from scratch and has an article that will give you a chuckle.
I love homemade bread; the smell of it, the taste of it and it is so much cheaper than any decent tasting bread that you buy in the store. I shared my favorite bread recipe with you in a past article that is good for making sandwiches and is really easy to make. Today I’m going to share two different types of bread recipes that are easy and yummy, but not good sandwich breads.
Get those recipes in our article Ready or Not #116: 5 Minute and Irish Soda Bread.
A friend of mine sent me an article the other day about the fires in Texas. The article described how Shannon Lilie had a mere five minutes to flee her home as a wildfire roared its way toward her home in Austin, Texas. Even though she had rehearsed over and over in her mind what she would do in such a situation, when it became a reality she struggled to have her wits about her. She didn’t know what to do.
Ready or Not #225: Evacuate – Now shares a link to the full article and talks about advance preparation for situations like this.
What is your view of the future? All gloom and doom? Or, are you step-by-step getting prepared so that you can take care of yourself and your family for what the future may bring? Ready or Not #113: No Gloom, No Doom gives thoughts and insights about the happiness and peace you get when you are prepared.