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If you have a decent water supply, The Lost Ways Review pasta is a good choice, since it will keep for long periods, and...
If you have a decent water supply,The Lost Ways Review pasta is a good choice, since it will keep for long periods, and is relatively calorie-dense.All the foods discussed for an evacuation emergency situation still apply to the disaster at home scenario as well, although with fewer constraints you can store tastier, more satisfying food. Canned beans, vegetables, and fruits are good choices for your at-home kit, since they will happily sit for years at the back of your pantry, and are calorie-dense and don't require extra water. However, you should try to use the perishables from your pantry before resorting to cans.
Things like onions, potatoes, and apples will keep for weeks, but not indefinitely, so they, along with the contents of your fridge/freezer should come first.Another thing to consider when planning an at-home kit is that your neighbors are probably not as prepared as you are, and may come calling if the emergency lasts very long, particularly if they know you are a preparedness type. It never hurts to have extra canned food on hand. Water is by far the most important thing you need to store, replenish and protect. It is said that people can live longer without food, but not without water. It also carries minerals which helps regulate many body functions. Experts advise that each family member should have one gallon per day. Plastic containers are also recommended as an ideal type water storage, because they are lightweight.