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Jodi Moore

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New Uses For Your Square Foot Garden Veggies

As mid-summer is approaching, you have probably begun to harvest some of your vegetables. This is the absolute BEST part of having your own garden. It is so satisfying to put a meal on the table and ..
(June 29, 2008)
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Why Food Storage Should Be Part of Your Financial Plan

Have you ever been out of work for a week, a month, even longer? Do you wish you could buy foods ONLY when they are on sale and with coupons? Do you wish you had a stockpile of grains now that the ..
(June 29, 2008)
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What Can You Do With Your Food Storage?

Scary Food Storage When my Grandma passed away we had to clean out her house including her food storage room in the basement. Here is an inventory of what we found:10 year old boxes of macaroni and ..
(July 07, 2008)
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Preparing Your Family to Face an Emergency

Disaster has been striking our nation, and the world, recently - earthquakes, tornadoes, severe flooding, tsunamis, hurricanes . . . What would you do if one of these disasters happened to you? Does .
(July 09, 2008)
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Top Ten Reasons I Desperately Needed to Rotate My 72 Hour Kit ..

Problem: While writing the article “How to Make a 72 Hour Kit", I pulled out my own 72 hour kits to take remind myself of how they were put together. I realized the date on them was July 2006! ..
(July 15, 2008)
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How to Make Your Own 72 Hour Kit

Step 1 - Make sure you have saved 1 milk jug and 3 (2-liter) bottles per person. Wash them all out with soap and let dry. Step 2 - Multiply the number of kits you want by the items listed in the ..
(June 28, 2008)
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