I have read the other reviews and decided to read the booklet itself. I have also read the comments from Jason Stanek (the author's husband or brother, perhaps) where he disagrees with negative reviews. I understand that this is a book touted as a "simple" emergency food storage book. The concepts are glossed over without expansion. I do also agree with other reviewers that there should have been some basic editing to the writing! Someone should have been asked to proofread it before publishing so that the misspellings, the incomplete sentences and the run-on sentences would have been edited out!
I also saw the "paranoia" factor throughout this book. "The food you have stored may save your life one day,and if other people know about it,they may try to take it from you when disaster hits the town, city, or community. This may sound absurd, however when 99% of people are placed in a survival situation they will become irrational, and they want to survive as well. If anyone knows about your emergency food storage then the first place they will think of going will be to your home! If it comes down to "you or them", wouldn't you rather have it be YOU who survives? YOU planned ahead. You prepared yourself for an emergency. You have the supplies to feed yourself and your family, no one else. If those supplies are used by another person will you have enough to survive? This is about your personal survival. Keep it private and protected."
A very sad perspective of the world.