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The 50-dollar 30-day Emergency Food Kit

The 50-dollar 30-day Emergency Food Kit

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The 50-dollar 30-day Emergency Food Kit - All of the foods that are mentioned in this article store well with the exception of the raw eggs. But if you look on my website I have done a post on how to keep eggs fresh for up to 12 months.

This kit costs about $1.67 a day and has around 2800 calories. Of course, you do not need to eat that many calories a day BUT if SHTF you may need to eat more as you may be more physically active.

All of the foods that are mentioned in this article store well with the exception of the raw eggs. But if you look on my website I have done a post on how to keep eggs fresh for up to 12 months.

See the full article below and remember that being prepared, even if it’s just a little is better than nothing at all. Help your family by doing them a 30-day food kit and tell them it’s for a storm, they will be prepared without even realizing it 🙂

The 50-Dollar 30-Day Emergency Food Kit

The 50-dollar 30-day Emergency Food Kit - All of the foods that are mentioned in this article store well with the exception of the raw eggs. But if you look on my website I have done a post on how to keep eggs fresh for up to 12 months.



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root cellar that can be used as a bunker

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