On this page you’ll find several books I recommend that will help you with food storage and preparedness.
Store This, Not That!
Crystal Godfreyand Debbie Kent have done an excellent job with their book “Store This, Not That!” I’ve learned what types of foods to store and what I don’t want to store. They are open and honest. A great choice for your library. You can also get it on your Kindle.
I Can’t Believe It’s Food Storage!
Crystal is one of my favorite food storage authors! She has several YouTube videos to help you learn to cook with food storage. In “I Can’t Believe It’s Food Storage!” you’ll learn that you can cook with food storage every day so your family will eat it.
Emergency Food Storage in a Nutshell
One of the first books I read when I began studying food storage principles was “Emergency Food Storage in a Nutshell – Simply Planned and Simply Delicious” by Lisa L. Probert and Leslie D. Harkness. My eyes were opened. I knew I could do this food storage thing. They are on their 3rd edition. It’s available through Deseret Book.
In “100-Day Pantry,” Jan Jackson shares recipes using foods from your pantry shelf. Add a can of this to a can of that. It’s not something I would necessarily use everyday, but it is a book I’d want if we without a power to mix up some grub.
“Survival Mom” will help you prepare for disasters and emergencies. It’s a complete guidebook with lots of great details for moms to prepare. Lisa also authors an excellent website called TheSurvivalMom.com.
The Forgotten Skills of Self-Suffiency Used by the Mormon Pioneers
Caleb is amazing as he teaches you how Mormon pioneers learned to live off the land in Utah in his book “The Forgotten Skills of Self-Suffiency used by the Mormon Pioneers.”There are great photos of the skills he has learned in his own garden. He’s also written several other books you’ll enjoy.
The Prepper’s Pocket Guide
“The Prepper’s Pocket Guide” is not a preparedness bible, but a little book with quick preparedness projects for those of you who want to keep it simple.
Just in Case: How to Be Self-Sufficient When The Unexpected Happens
Learn what to do without electricity, how to pack an evacuation kit and how to rotate your food in “Just in Case: How to Be Self-Sufficient When The Unexpected Happens.” Kathy Harrison keeps things simple but focuses on what is most important.
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