How to Start Prepping /The Basics

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How To  Start Prepping / The Basics for Survival

I need to start prepping but where do I start?  What are the basics? What are the most important thing to get first?  I don’t have a lot of money so I don’t want to waste it on things I don’t need or spend it on something  and then fail to get something more critical for my family and my own survival. So where to start with the most basic stuff and then build from there.  For your particular geographic area and your family’s needs you may have some different or additional critical needs so this is not an absolute list but one you can add to and  fit to your particular survival needs.  It covers the most important elements for survival and you can take it from there.

Multi year storage is not a bad thing but first of all get the next week or two covered – just start- get a few thing each time you shop and build your supplies..  I personally would add a Coleman stove, baking powder,  baking soda, powdered eggs and powdered milk, raisins and vanilla to my basics so it would be easier to cook something like biscuits or pancakes.  What would you add to your must have basics? Chocolate  anyone????

I am personally taking my own advice and getting thing together.  Trouble can come suddenly and I  don’t want to be among those who are unprepared .  It says in the Bible in The Book of James “Be not hearers of the word but doers also” So Just let us DO IT!

Top Ten things to get to start your prepping. Have you wanted to prep but don’t know where to start because of too much info and too many big prepping companies telling you to buy expensive “starting packages”. ………………….. Start this list today. With a little money and weekends worth of shopping you will be well on your way to keeping yourself and your family fed and safe in extreme times.


How To Start Prepping, from Dynamic Prepper YouTube  Uploaded on Oct 10, 2011

 

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