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Poverty Prepping: How to Stock Up for Tomorrow When You Can't Afford to Eat Today Paperback – November 3, 2012
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About the Author
Susan Gregersen lives with her husband in an off-grid, solar-powered log cabin in Montana. When she's not working in the garden or canning and dehydrating the harvest, she likes to go bicycling, kayaking, and hiking. With her children grown and on their own she began to write survival and disaster fiction books. Friends and neighbors asked questions about food storage and preparedness, but often followed that with "But I don't have the money to get started". Undaunted, she outlined a plan that almost anyone could afford to follow, and expanded it into this book. She maintains a blog for the book to answer further questions from readers at: http://www.povertyprepping.blogspot.com
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Top Customer Reviews
There are very few people who can not only write how to do it but live it 100% of the time..
As to the one star reviews posted below , since he copy's and pastes every review it's pretty obvious he has no writing skills of his own and must content himself with bashing others who can write.. so lets all disregard him and maybe he will dry up and blow away like the dead fly he is.
Good work from a true prepper!!
What I DO know is that we get snowed-in about every other year for up to a week. The book has helped me to focus on what I should have on hand (not like the 3 bottles of shrimp sauce with no shrimps in the freezer. Seemed like a good idea at the time), and how to build up a supply by just adding a few items to the grocery list each week.