Food Storage Plans
For Health & Hospitality.
A Preparedness Guide for Families
The ultimate preparedness
cookbook. Thoroughly detailed grocery lists, a phenomenal
undertaking that will save you hours...
The Urban Homemaker
Devastation comes in many forms--hurricanes, tornados, floods,
blizzards, earthquakes, fire, landslides, drought, strikes,
job loss, divorce, death of wage earner, bankruptcy, crime,
famine, war, Chernobyl, and, perhaps, economic threats like
the gas crunch crisis, Y2K, or terrorists' threats. This book
shows you how to prepare to meet the needs of your family and
to become a resource for others who may find their reserves
depleted and their lives devastated.
Four Food Storage Plans starts with the assumption: Eat what
you store, and store what you eat. Beginning with a basic
stock of canned goods found in any supermarket the four plans
introduce an increasing variety of recipes that will help you
adapt to the kinds of whole foods such as whole grains and
beans found in long term food storage programs but at much
lower cost. Economize by building your own storage plan for
$1.70 to $1.75 per meal at 2,200 calories per day per person.
Coping On a Tight, Tight Budget? 27 selected main dishes at
$.20 to $1 per serving will fill stomachs and stretch $$$.
Menus, recipes, and extensive shopping lists
The author draws from her experience in managing food service
for hundreds of junior high, high school, college students,
and families for seven summers at Catalina Island’s Campus
by the Sea without the convenience of electricity, computers,
telephone, or delivery trucks. She also wrote a cookbook for
an expensive long range commercial food reserve program in the
late 70’s, inaugurated a whole foods program at a Southern
California college preparing students for overseas work,
provided food service at camps in Mexico and Honduras, and
taught Co-Mission volunteers in Russia food survival skills.
See Why Food Storage?
for an historical and philosophical background.