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    Default Article: Surviving Disaster on a Budget

    How to prepare for a potential disaster such as hurricane, tornado, sudden loss of income, etc when you have a meager budget and limited means

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    Very informative! Now I've got a good starting point to start my emergency supplies.

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    This is an eye opening article, I have a small pantry because it is a 25 mile drive into town to the store.

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    We found out how good our pantry was when my husband got laid off. We has a full freezer and a good supply of dry goods. We cut out all the extras and the money went fairly far.

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    Have started our food preparation but found a good variety on this list to add! Thanks for the suggestions!

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    This is an excellent guideline. I am blessed with ample pantry space and want to make the most of it. This not only offers emergency advice, but suggests some staples that are great for stretching the family budget.

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    I didn't see it on your list But please Do not forget a hand crank can opener. A lot of folks rely on the electric ones and well, you might find yourself with a bunch of food but no way to open it when the power goes out.

 

 

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