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Prepper's Pantry: A Survival Food Guide [Kindle Edition]

Robert Paine
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)

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Prepper's Pantry: A Survival Food Guide is an excellent resource and foundational guide that covers many topics of food preparation. Especially helpful for the seeker and the new-to-prepping, there are also many great ideas for even the seasoned prepper.

The reasons why you prep really don’t matter. What matters is how long you’re prepping for, and the means you go about doing it. This guide will show you how to determine your food needs, no matter how long you will be prepping for, and will discuss various methods of obtaining and storing food stockpiles.

Do you worry what would happen to your family in an emergency?

With the Prepper's Pantry, you'll learn the following:
- Discover how much is enough when prepping for survival - more or less than you think?
- Learn which foods store well, which you should avoid and why you shouldn't follow someone else's disaster preparedness plan.
- Consider commercial versus home prepared food storage techniques and devise your own best strategy.
- Get to grips with the what, where when and how of food storage basics and self sufficiency.
- Understand food and water safety and how to cook with stored foods.


You'll learn all of this, and so much more, with Prepper's Pantry: A Survival Food Guide!


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  • File Size: 1295 KB
  • Print Length: 50 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F5BVUCG
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Basic primer September 21, 2013
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The Prepper's Pantry: A Survival Food Guide by author Robert Paine is a basic primer on how to prepare for an emergency. Paine offers basic tips on how to set up your pantry using different methods of food preservation or storage. He also suggests ways to purchase pantry items inexpensively. I loved his tips especially his tips about how to store grain safely.

If you are looking for a basic prepper's book you will like this book.

There is an interactive table of contents making navigation easy.

Recommend.

Penmouse
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Very Light on the Info February 23, 2014
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At only 50 pages, this is a quick read, but extremely light on the information provided. I'm afraid I didn't find anything useful in this book.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Prepper Since Before Prepping Was Cool. March 27, 2014
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I've been a prepper since before prepping was the cool thing to do and some of the things that Mr. Paine recommended, I would not do and some things that he said he recommended, I would never do. For instance, I have priced sugar in the grocery store numerous times over the past couple decades, and I have never seen 25 pound bags of sugar that were less expensive per pound than 4-5 pound bags. I also have never found that using coupons ever really saved me much because I tend to cook from scratch. Also, I have discovered that making mixes like bisquick and the like is a waste of time and they go bad a lot more quickly than the raw ingredients.I have been canning meat for a number of years and have never had sealed meat go rancid no matter what the fat content. I do however agree with Mr. Paine that grains are better stored as whole grains rather than flour.
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4.0 out of 5 stars ~~Interesting Information~~ October 23, 2014
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This short book covers the needs of the individuals, the manner in which to stock items and also the list that one should follow in order to prepare your pantry.

I am always looking for any additional useful information and in this book I learned at least four things. The first is that garlic is susceptible to botulism. (Excellent to know). Second, that honey works well to dress wounds. Third, dehydrated potatoes work well in soups and stews. And, finally that "Food Fatigue" is one thing that can be avoided if planning is done correctly.

All in all, a most interesting read for me and am glad to have gained more knowledge.

Highly recommended.
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I give this one a four star rating, not because it is not worthy of five, but simply because it is a only a springboard guide. It does serve the purpose of pointing one in the right direction and starting them off on building a survival food stock, but does not go into great detail of "how" to build that stock. I do not feel that is a fault, it is hard to detail all the various methods one can use to build stock though the ideas of "what" are there. It's a quick read for anyone looking for a little bit of guidance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very well written, great guidance September 14, 2014
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While I don't consider myself a prepper, per se, I do make a point of learning various DIY skills common to the prepper set. This is not out of fear or paranoia, but rather enjoyment - I like building things, making things, and then sharing the results of my efforts. This book offers some sound strategies and guidelines for stockpiling food in prepper scenarios. It is also very well written - a refreshing change for a free Kindle offering.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Suggestions for Everyday July 19, 2014
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Especially helpful were the suggestions on meal planning/grocery shopping, which can be used whether or not there's an emergency or survival situation. Also, that the body will reject food if it's the same thing over and over. That was new information for me; I thought it was more of a mental thing (boredom). But throwing up is definitely physical.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Things we really need to know. September 27, 2013
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I liked this book. It laid out the foundations for prepping. It stressed the issue of organizing your preparations, so you know what you have and how to move the oldest products first.
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More About the Author

Robert Paine is a survivalist, in all sense of the word. He is a former U.S. Army Intelligence officer and now works as a full-time blogger, retreat consultant, and freelance writer.

Robert is an avid outdoorsman and spends much of his free time in the mountains hunting, hiking and mountain biking or near the ocean scuba diving and sailing. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and children.

His goal is a community that will thrive in any economic collapse, power grid failure, nuclear fallout, or some other catastrophe that will require people to fend for themselves when the structure falls again.


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