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Pocket light review

by Emily Jacob (2018-12-15)

We live in uncertain times. Pocket light While you may not be at the point where you leave the city to establish a self-sustaining remote compound, there are some prudent and affordable ways to prepare for the unexpected. One of the best ways is to have a 30 day supply of food on hand for your family. Here are the basics of getting that stockpile ready.

Water. Water is the most critical element of your food storage plan. It is so essential, in fact, that most survivalists put water in its own category of survival preparedness, but because water and food are so close I've decided to include water here. In the event of a serious emergency, water supplies are frequently compromised. You will need at least one gallon of water per person per day to stay in good shape. If you have pets, allocate water for them too. And, of course, if you want to be able to help even one or two neighbors, keeping some extra water on hand is only prudent.