March Is All About the Gold!
Not just any gold, the super import kind of gold… As in First Aid, 72 hour kits, and so on! I mean how hard was it to get March of 2020?? So hard, if you didn’t go right when they were put on the shelves that day you couldn’t get it. Covid-19 had everyone in a panic. Bandaids, cotton balls, toilet paper it was crazy how hard it was to get this stuff, still is as of today! So just follow the plan below the best you can and get a start.
Okay… 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 March….
First aid kit: gauze patches, Q-tips, cotton balls, bandaids, Neosporin, Calamine lotion, hydrogen peroxide..
Mixes: pancake, muffin, bisquick, cookie, or make your own! Don’t forget to date when things are purchased. Beef Dried or fresh to freeze it
powdered milk. Rolled oats, 30lbs per person, Diapers & Wipes
Non-food: flashlight, batteries, candles 30-10inches. Kerosene, oil or propane lanterns, and fuel, wood, coal, briquettes canned heat, matches, flint, steel wool. AGAIN DONT PANIC just decide what is most important and get what you can afford DONT BRAKE THE BANK baby steps!!!!!
Water! same as January