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November’s Easy To Follow Food Storage and Emergency Preparedness Plan. A Week By Week Guide.

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November Easy to Follow Food Storage and Emergency Preparedness Plan. A Week By Week Guide.

November – Oh it’s the best family meal all YEAR! The moist smoked Turkey, the stuffing, the mashed potatoes, pies, ice cream and soooo much more!

November at our house is all about the smells and the tastes! The highlight is the Smoked Turkey, the homemade pie and the homemade ice-cream.

Remember – When you buy your stuff remember to store the oldest date stuff in the front and rotate through it before its expired. The canned or bagged storage food has a 25 year shelf life (not canned beans and corn) actual stuff that has been packaged as food storage.

If you see an item say corn if it where me I might get fresh corn to eat but I would buy a Food Storage Large Can (made for food storage) of dried corn that will last for 25+ years. Sugar for example I will buy 6 thinks of sugar and put all but one in storage and rotate through it. and restock as needed.

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What to Buy in November….

Week 1) 

Powdered foods NOT the back packing packets to expensive and to little get the big cans at Costco and Walmart and YES those are actually pretty good!!! I have canned meats, soups, cheese, honey, butter and so on! these last for 25+ years I love this stuff and it will last a long time.

Week 2) 

Powdered foods NOT the back packing packets to expensive and to little get the big cans at Costco and Walmart and YES those are actually pretty good!!! I have canned meats, soups, cheese, honey, butter and so on! these last for 25+ years I love this stuff and it will last a long time. AND snacks stuff, fruit snacks etc…

Week 3) 

Instant Oatmeal, Cereals, DIAPERS, WIPES, Formula, Baby food, Pet Food

Week 4) 

Emergency Auto-kits (yes we have one in every car) Start one, buy one, update one. All info is below…..

Non-food –

toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, body wash, shampoos, conditioners, razors, hair elastics, face wash

Water for the powder and dry foods

Emergency Car Kit – Since winter transportation becomes more difficult, keep your car in tip operations condition and the gas tank as nearly full as possible. Also it is wise to carry a “winter storm kit” for safer winter travel.

Tow chain, Whistle, extra batteries, axe, signal flag, siphon hose, flares, army shovel, jack, jumper cables, road map (yes actual road map) rescue rope, flashlight, ice scrapers, pocket knife, compass (yes a real one), fire extinguisher, first aid kit, pencil and paper, tool kit, spare tire, oil and extra fluids, extra wiper blades, blankets, water, food, warm blankets.

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Written by Auntie Em

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