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Food Storage for Preppers

A Week-By-Week Plan for Surviving An Apocalypse.

Published by Skyhorse
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Do you think that you and your family are self-reliant? If an apocalypse occurs, will you be able to provide for them and keep them safe? Will you be able to survive?

The best way to prepare for the future is not through fancy tools, gadgets, or go bags—it’s having the experience and knowledge that will best equip you to handle the unexpected. It doesn’t matter how prepared you are for disaster, however, if you run out of food. Then you'll be scrounging to survive along with everyone else.  

Everyone begins somewhere, especially with learning how to stock your pantry for an indefinite period of time. In Food Fundamentals for the Apocalypse, you’ll find a project for every week of the year, designed to teach you the fundamentals of canning and preserving any sort of food as safely as possible.

Self-reliance isn’t about building a bunker and waiting for the end of the world. It’s about making sure you have enough food to feed your family should the worst happen. Food Fundamentals for the Apocalypse, an updated version 52 Unique Techniques for Stocking Food for Preppers, is the ultimate instructional guide to preparing food and making sure that it keeps. It is a must-have book for those with their eye on the future.

About The Author

David Nash has been in the firearms industry his entire life. After his service in the US Marines, he began work with the Tennessee Department of Correction where he gained certification as both an NRA instructor and agency firearm instructor. He is currently an NRA training counselor and works as a correctional academy instructor. Nash lives in middle Tennessee with his wife Genny, his young son William Tell, and a pretty smart dog.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Skyhorse (May 31, 2022)
  • Length: 288 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510768260

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