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Prepared-Not-Scared Cookbook - What to Store and How to Feed Your Family for 5 Weeks - cover

Prepared-Not-Scared Cookbook - What to Store and How to Feed Your Family for 5 Weeks

Laura Robins

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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A guide to keeping your family safe, well fed, and stocked with essentials in any emergency.The Prepared-Not-Scared Cookbook reveals how to create a five-week comprehensive menu plan, build and keep a seventy-two-hour food kit, and where and how to shop for food items. It provides a clear game plan during emergencies, and highlights how implementing a food storage strategy can keep you feeling in control during a crisis.   From pandemic viruses and natural disasters to threats of terrorism, we can all be more prepared in our daily lives. Organized according to meals, these are easy-to-prepare, nutritious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and more. For those just getting started, there are shopping lists, storage tips, container information. This is a comprehensive go-to bible on the practical matter of feeding a family during uncertain times. The Prepared-Not-Scared Cookbook reveals: ·       The Perpetual Calendar and the 5-Week Storage Menu ·       Whole Wheat, the Cornerstone of Food Storage ·       Why you need a Good 72-Hour Kit and How to Put One Together ·       The Snack Pack (A Kid-friendly Companion to the 72-Hour Kit) ·       Where to store it all? Consider toilet paper, detergent, first aid and sewing supplies, and more   Recipes include Swedish Pancakes, Chicken & Dumplings, Mushroom Omelets, 10-Grain Cereal, Red Beans and Rice, 15-Bean Soup, Pasta Primavera, Olive Bread, Danish Applesauce, Wild Rice Cakes, Rice pudding, Clam Chowder, Beef Stroganoff, Peach Crumble, Egg Sandwich, Split Pea Soup, Peanut Butter Sandwich Roll-Up, Broccoli Cheese Soup, Greek Chicken & Lemon, and more!  Previously published as Pantry Cooking

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