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Dinner is In The Jar:
Quick & Easy Dinner Mixes in Mason Jars or Mylar Bags

Earthquakes…First Things First
“Any state, any community or for that matter any citizen that fails to prepare, assuming the federal government can take care of them will be tragically wrong.” Mike O. Leavitt, Secretary of Health and Human Services.
There are many types of disasters that could affect you wherever you live. These could include: earthquakes, severe wind storms, tornados, hurricanes, ice and snowstorms, flooding, fires (wildfires and post-earthquake), and man-made disasters including EMP, biological and chemical attacks. Any of these could happen at any moment, most happen with NO warning.
During an emergency situation you will be assessing damage, taking care of injuries, helping friends and neighbors, etc. Your power may be off. Life as you normally live it will be replaced with a more primitive lifestyle one of stress, simplicity and service. There will be no time for soaking beans or baking bread. It will not be the time for using your long term food storage. But is will be the time for: 72+ hour kits, emergency food water and water; first aid and rescue skills; emergency: shelter, lighting and cooking. It will also be a time when a clear head and staying calm; when having some supplies and a plan could mean the difference between panic, fear, and hunger and a “candlelight dinner”.

Favorite Links

3 Steps to Family & Neighborhood Emergency Preparedness:  The 3 Steps plan is a simple way to organize a neighborhood so that neighbors help each other to get prepared and be ready for any emergency.  It is a way to build community and bring people together for a common cause.

Another Voice of Warning: AVOW is more than a simple forum for preparedness, it's a whole community dedicated to preparedness and spiritual insights. 

Backwoods Home Magazine.  An excellent resource for independent, self-reliant living. : How to dehydrate and cook with dehydrated foods

Dinner is In The Jar: Quick & Easy Dinner Mixes in Mason Jars or Mylar Bags (Use coupon code AVFoodstorage) : Resource for preparations and disaster preparedness

Every Day Food Storage: A great website for food storage ideas

First Aid Supplies: Traveler Supply - for discounts: User Name: LDS, Stake Password: Kit

Food Storage Made Easy : Two young moms blogging about food storage

Fun with Food Storage: A gateway to several sites, put together by young LDS mothers all having to do with planning, buying an using food storage. : Source for preparedness information

LDS Cannery labels: An article with copies of the cannery labels for the dry pack food offered at LDS canneries.

Meridian Magazine : Website for articles of many interests

Prepare and Share : Blog about preparations

Preparedness Help: Website which offers: cooking, heating, first aid, shelter and many other preparedness supplies.

Preparedness Nibbles & Bits: a blog about preparations

Preparedness Pro: Preparedness classes and information Self reliance and welfare resources of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 

Safely Gathered In : A step by step guide to food storage & emergency preparation

Sesame Workshop: Sesame Street develops family friendly resources for emergency preparendess

Storing Food Storage:  So where do I put all this food storage?

The Prudent Homemaker: A website with ideas for menus, recipes, shopping, gardening, sewing and homeschooling

Your Family Ark: Information and resources to become prepared to deal with whatever challenged may arise