Beginners Guide to Family Preparedness-Food Storage, Back to Basics and Survival Facts by Rosalie Mason
This indispensable guide to family emergency storage provides a wealth of information for anyone who is serious about being prepared.
In the eight sections of this book you will find:
Basic food suggestions for home food storage
Food storage facts and tips
Directions on dehydrating, fermenting, smoking, and curing meat
Nonfood necessities, such as medical supplies, clothing, and baby needs
Ovenless baking, soap making, candle molding, tanning hides, using white gas and kerosene, and tips for a survival garden
Recipes for tasty survival foods, including main dishes, breads, and desserts
Techniques for sprouting grain, washing on a rub board, building animals traps, and other handy information
No other literature on the market offers a more in-depth guide to family emergency preparedness. Beginner s Guide to Family Preparedness is a valuable addition to any home or community library!
This useful book contains a wealth of valuable information that can help any family be prepared for emergencies that may arise. It is written in simple language so that beginners can use it, but the information far exceeds that found in most other books.
The beginners guide is conveniently organized in eight sections. Part 1 discusses the why, what, how and where of food storage and recommends basic foods for a home storage program. Part 2 presents food-storage facts and covers fumigation, the storage environment, containers, shelving plans and rotation. Dehydration, fermenting, smoking and curing meat are the themes of Part 3.
Non-food necessities such as medical supplies, clothing, and baby needs are treated in Part 4. Survival mechanics, Part 5, includes ovenless baking, soap making, candle molding, tanning hides, using white gas and kerosene, and tips for a survival garden.
Part 6 is a recipe section for survival foods, presenting simple, tasty recipes for many dishes including cookies and crackers, breads and cereals, main dishes, and desserts. Part 7 presents tips on techniques for sprouting grain, washing on a rub board, building animal traps, storage utensils, other handy hints. The final chapter, Part 8, presents information for a comprehensive survival library.
Beginners Guide to a Family Preparedness will be a valuable addition to any home or sommunitty library. Horizon Publishers recognizes it as an important contribution to the literature on food storage and preparedness and takes pleasure in its release.