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  1. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Jack

    No-nonsense, Practical Guide to Food and Water Prepping Most likely written in response to our current pandemic, this book is actually a fairly decent no-nonsense guide to what you should consider stockpiling in terms of food and water in case some unforeseen event happens where you would need such a stockpile, like when you're out of work for an extended time, ill, or when the electricity goes out for a long time. (When I lived on the coast, that happened once per year during the winter.) The em No-nonsense, Practical Guide to Food and Water Prepping Most likely written in response to our current pandemic, this book is actually a fairly decent no-nonsense guide to what you should consider stockpiling in terms of food and water in case some unforeseen event happens where you would need such a stockpile, like when you're out of work for an extended time, ill, or when the electricity goes out for a long time. (When I lived on the coast, that happened once per year during the winter.) The emphasis in the book is on storing enough food and water for you and your family. He states this several times. He also says that other prepping—including some of the cool tools and gadgets—if you have the interest to do so, should be addressed after the food and water stockpile is set up. The book is organized logically, first getting you to think about what you and your family might want for food choices in such an event. He recommends pulling out favorite recipes, seeing which ones are stockpile friendly, making lists of what is precisely needed to make them, and how to figure out quantities based on how often you want to make them. He guides the would-be food prepper on how to shop for (including saving money) and store the stockpile. He gives some basic guidelines for how long certain foods last and how to best rotate your stock. He suggests when you rotate your stock that you should also practice cooking the recipes you had previously selected using the equipment you may have to use if the worst happens. Not a bad suggestion. He also gives some brief mention of alternative food preserving methods like home canning, dehydrating, and even home freeze-drying (if you have the extra $2,000 for that machine). At the end, he gives a list of do's and don'ts, at least one of which is more liberal than I thought he would be. The pictures in this book at times don't really go with the topic. When he shows the stockpiled food, he shows just home-canned food. While he suggests canning and preserving as a part of stockpiling, he certainly doesn't say this is the only way to stockpile food. Other than that, I found this to be a level-headed guide to keeping enough food and water around for you and your family in case you need the worst-case scenario. Given what happened during this pandemic, I would recommend stockpiling toilet paper and other paper products as they were some first items to become scarce during the pandemic. Wait until the pandemic is over, though, before you buy anything in bulk. Be sure to leave enough for others! I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review. My book blog: https://www.readingfanaticreviews.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Richetta

    This was a good book for introducing people to survival prepping who are not familiar with the concept. It is very timely considering the shortages due to the pandemic and is a good resource for those who are interested in learning about the basic aspects of being prepared for a long-term emergency. It is not overwhelming and provides the reader with the basics of getting started. The categories of information he hits on address many of the questions one would have if they were going to begin pr This was a good book for introducing people to survival prepping who are not familiar with the concept. It is very timely considering the shortages due to the pandemic and is a good resource for those who are interested in learning about the basic aspects of being prepared for a long-term emergency. It is not overwhelming and provides the reader with the basics of getting started. The categories of information he hits on address many of the questions one would have if they were going to begin prepping. For example: How much should you spend? How do you store food and water properly? How do you use your resources if you are in a crisis? The plus and minus of this book are the same: it is very short. It's a great quick start guide, but if you really want to get into it, you will need to find additional resources. Because this was written in 2020, the author's advice and resources are up-to-date and relevant. Basically, you can use this book to get started prepping today if you wanted. The Do's and Don'ts chapter was valuable at the end for keeping things in perspective before you begin prepping. You will definitely want to read more into the topic of prepping if you want to get serious about it, but this was a good start. I also appreciated that the tone was very even and didn't incite fear for when SHTF. It is very practical for those who would like to establish a minimum of a 2-week emergency supply. I voluntarily reviewed this book after receiving a free copy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    This Prepper's book is great! Covers the top essentials (food and water), what to store, and how to safely store it. This is a quick read and it's really all you need to get started on your water and food stockpile. (Don't forget other necessities such as medical supplies, obviously.) I'll definitely be recommending this one. Disclaimer: I received a free ARC of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest review. This Prepper's book is great! Covers the top essentials (food and water), what to store, and how to safely store it. This is a quick read and it's really all you need to get started on your water and food stockpile. (Don't forget other necessities such as medical supplies, obviously.) I'll definitely be recommending this one. Disclaimer: I received a free ARC of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda Ater

    Stockpiling During this pandemic we are starting stockpile good and water so this was a quick and helpful start. I have already started with canned goods.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jessie Schmidle

    Very basic This is good for an introduction. Not a lot of ideas for those already starting to prep. Good advice, just very basic.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Smith

    Basic information for someone just beginning in prepping. Doesn't give much detail, but let's you consider what you'll need to do more research on. Basic information for someone just beginning in prepping. Doesn't give much detail, but let's you consider what you'll need to do more research on.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Neal Cornett

    Nothing more than a brochure Basic details available from a search of any government emergency website. Good editing and we'll organized but not enough here to be called a book. Nothing more than a brochure Basic details available from a search of any government emergency website. Good editing and we'll organized but not enough here to be called a book.

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    Valerie

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    MJ Cahill

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    Charity Bartley Howard

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    Barbara Holford

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    Dave

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