Baking & Communication Preps
Baked Goods: Buy In Bulk
- Baking Powder
- Baking Soda
- Evaporated Milk
- Powdered Milk
- Corn Starch
Communication Preps 2
The ability to communicate has been cherished since the beginning of time. Even you lone wolf preppers out there might want the ability to search the radio waves for updates after the SHFT happens. Maybe you are prepping only to survive a flood or earthquake and not a believer in TEOTWAWKI, ( The End Of The World As We Know It), you will still want to be able to communicate. I have prepped radios to scan for news and radio chatter, radios to communicate with family members, and radios to back up my other radios. Do not over look the power of communication and information!
- Short wave radio that is compact, portable, general coverage AM/FM/weather band/CB/shortwave receiver
- Transceivers such as a Ham Radio and MURS walkie talkies
- CB radio with SSB capability
- Field telephones with extra communication wire
- Table radio with shortwave bands
- Extra communication gear (i.e., headsets, antennas, etc.)
- Extra batteries
- Get smart about survival and research the importance of having certain food sources in your diet.
- Further, research how versatile this food source can be for your food pantry and for your overall survival.
- Use the Ready Nutrition Food Storage Calculator to find out how many essential baking items you need to add to your storage supply.
- Bear in mind, daily caloric intakes are different with each person, so research how many calories you need to stay at your optimum health.
- Those with special needs (such as pregnant women) are advised to get more nutrition and calories daily, so keep this in mind when purchasing.
- Learn how to package and store your bulk foods for long-term storage.
- Store your purchased products in a suitable environment where it is not exposed to natural elements. Click here to learn about the do’s and don’ts of food Storge.
- Read the full instructions on your emergency communication device.
- Determine whether you need licensing to operate your emergency communication device.
- Learn alternative emergency communication sources, such as Morse code.
- Practice using your emergency communication device regularly in order to feel comfortable using it.