I’ve thought about emergency food and water storage for a long time, but I for sure don’t feel “ready.”
Basically, when I hear about natural disasters, I get really nervous and think, “I have no idea what I would do if we were without power for a week.”
Maybe you’re not a “prepper” per se, but you’ve thought about hurricanes, earthquakes, tornados, and just plain old power outages. And you’ve wondered how you would get through something like that now that you are trying to eat healthy.
It’s a puzzle, isn’t it?
Everyone else is going to be eating Spam®, so called “fruit snacks” and those horrid orange PB & Cheese crackers, but just the thought of those foods gives you indigestion–or worse.
Wherever you are on the “preparedness” spectrum, if you are a “whole foodie”–or getting there, I have something that is sure to help.
It’s a set of 4 Real Food Preparedness Books. At a super-discounted price.
You can get what I consider to be some of the best resources on the market for “whole foodie readiness”–at MORE THAN 78% OFF!
The retail value of these books is $51.88 and you can get them all for just $10.95 – that’s only $2.74 per book!
I’ve personally gone through all of these books and am just amazed at all of the great content.
These ladies have thought, and prepared, and written everything down for you–so that you can get prepared without having to figure everything out for yourself.
Admittedly, I still feel a bit overwhelmed at how much I would still like to do for my family, but at least I have these ladies holding my hand on the way!
(Let’s face it. Preparing for an emergency isn’t easy. It’s scary just to think about what might happen. But there are a TON of details to think about. I need all the help I can get to wade through them.)
By the way, if you choose to take advantage of this great deal and buy through my site (or buy any things after clicking through the links), I will receive a small portion of the sale. Thanks for your support of my blog and you can read my full disclaimer here.
Now here is more information about these great books…
Have you ever wondered how you’d feed your family if the you couldn’t get to the store? Do rising prices and declining food quality make you think you need to do something to become a little more self-sufficient? Getting Started on a Food Supply Plan: Sourcing, Preserving, and Storing Food for Tomorrow’s Uncertain Times by Marie from Rural Living Today, will help you create a system that will help you be more prepared, increase your self-sufficiency, and provide peace of mind (boy do I need that!). Topics include raising your own food, finding local sources, home preserving, and storing food. And a pretty neato explanation of how the whole current food system works. Besides this being a great hands-on help, this would make a great educational tool for family reading.
36 pages/Retail Value: $5.99
Real Food Storage by KerryAnn Foster from Intentionally Domestic is THE go to ebook for whole foodie preparedness. Take it from me–KerryAnn knows.her.stuff. This eBook is chock full of an overview of how to store foods without going off of your whole foods diet–plus over 200 recipes to get you started.
And the book is special-diet friendly too!
Even if you are: gluten &/or dairy-free, paleo, GAPS or more, this book will show how you can begin and build a successful food storage program as food insurance for your family.
All recipes have been kid-tested, are family-friendly, and include: sourdough baked goods, breakfast, quick breads, side dishes, main dishes (meatless, chicken, beef, salmon, turkey, lamb), packaged and processed replacements and desserts (cause even in an emergency–it’s nice to have a treat or two !).
154 Pages/Retail Value: 29.95
Stock the Real Food Pantry- Second Edition by Millie Copper of Real Food for Less Money, is a 55 page book designed to help you make the most of your whole food pantry. She covers TONS of information, including sharing how she created her own real food pantry. You’ll learn how you can use your pantry to stretch your food budget and also how to build your pantry step-by-step. This version (the second edition) has been expanded to include stocking your pantry but more options for food storage and more. You’ll love the practical, budget-focused concepts and ideas presented in this handbook.
55 pages/Retail Value: $7.95
Getting Prepared from Angela of Untrained Housewife, is a beginner’s manual for how to become more self-reliant for unexpected emergencies. We all hope that the worst won’t happen, we all know that it could and we want to be ready. This book will help you get there. From emergency grab-and-go bags, to a 30-day food plan, to clothing prep, to hygiene items, this book will walk you through everything you need to consider. Get words of wisdom from someone who’s done it all (she really has) and can get you there too without overwhelming you (I’m sooo easily overwhelmed so this is crucial for me). If you’ve ever thought about trying to getting better prepared and developing an emergency plan, but you haven’t known where to start, this is the book for you!
176 Pages/Retail Value $7.99
The Good News:
The Bad News:
This sale is only on until August 26th at 11:59pm PST! So time is short.
Click on the chicken (have you ever clicked on a chicken before? I sure haven’t!) to get your copy now.
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Do you feel prepared? Or do your just feel scared?