Food – Ration paks & what to prepare
Selected Youtube videos on emergency food packs and how to plan for food. (more…)
Your next family home evening could include a short preparedness activity.
Plan to have everyone’s Go-Pak available. Open your Go-Paks and see what is inside.
As each family member notices something missing from their Go-pak, write it down and buy it for your next family home evening when they each can add it to their pack. (more…)
Within hours of an emergency you will need a cooker. Here are some ideas about a cooker.
Expect to cook without power. You will not be able to rely upon those handy electrical appliances such as can openers, blenders, food processors, and the like. Be sure to have manual equivalents, including a bottle opener. (more…)
Rotate your emergency food annually.
Either eat it at home, on family camps, give it to the youth to use on camps or donate it to a food bank.
Even if the food has a long shelf-life, it is a good routine to plan to use it all within a year and replace it. Then you will know how to use your food. Your food will be fresh for when you need it.
This is the best choice for 72 hour packs I could find in NZ.
Get them here at cost price. They are two-serves.
Ten two-serves per family box (20 meals). Give one of these as a gift to each member of your family for their Go-Paks. (more…)