terryh Posted March 21, 2015 Report Share Posted March 21, 2015 Ok, just to kick off this sub forum. Started thinking about some basics to tide my family over in case of a short term interruption in normal services, by 'short term' I'm thinking 1-2 months. Obviously each persons needs vary dependant on where they live and what they have to hand. My situation is small village in none populist area. We have a well, 6 chickens and run and oil fuelled AGA so some fundamentals are there. When it came to food to store my initial thoughts, after reading some labels on foods leant to rice and pasta as core ingredients then top up with tinned goods and 'flavourings'. One thing that has occurred to me during this process is our dogs - 2 x Springers, can top up their food with local rabbit but need to think about laying in a few bags of their dry foods. Still in the formative stages but here are some links to possibly good info (please excuse some of the sites, bit 'serious prepper' but using other folks research makes sense?) http://readynutrition.com/resources/11-emergency-food-items-that-can-last-a-lifetime_20082013/ https://www.lds.org/topics/food-storage/longer-term-food-supply?lang=eng http://www.theselfsufficiencyshop.co.uk/ T Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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