Thursday, June 16, 2011

Let’s Go Dutch!

Squatting heavily in dank basements, drafty attics, and dusty, cluttered garages, these three-legged hulks from a bygone era wait impatiently to release their treasures. Until then, they are pitted by time and tarnished by neglect. For those who will uncover the mystery, their gaping caverns can once again be brimming with magic.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Natural Remedies for the Flu

This article goes into the history behind past flu outbreaks and then suggests some possible alternative remedies to try. It might be good to have a variety of things to choose from, since everyone's body reacts differently to things.

President Hinckley and President Monson have some advice for you.

President Hinckley has said:
The best food storage is not in welfare grain elevators but in

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Medical Emergency and First Aid Uses of Garlic

Many of you may be interested in this information I found about garlic. There is lots of reading about garlic and what it can do for you and your family. I am not a doctor nor am I giving medical information. I'm just passing on some information and you can judge for yourself if it has any merit for you and your family. My family grows all the garlic we use. We also were really blessed to obtain garlic from two families who have been growing it for over 75 years in our town. This garlic is acclimated to our location.

Life Sustaining Water

Obtaining good-tasting, contamination-free water is ordinarily not a problem. But in times of emergency, on outdoor trips, or when traveling in under developed areas, having access to a source of drinkable water is a matter of first priority.

Who is exempt from Food Storage?

Those exempt from having food storage are: Missionaries and Military personnel.

Another Tim Wolfe presentation on Preparedness

This presentation may feel a little like trying to get a sip of water from a fire hydrant but we must start somewhere... Prepare items in the same order that life may be endangered

Common Sense Ideas Learned About Storage and Preparedness

This talk given by Tim Wolfe in 2003 should be a wake up call to many, I can only hope.

Common Sense Ideas Learned About Storage & Preparedness

There are two types of Crises we must prepare for.

If Ye Are Prepared Ye Shall Not Fear

President Gordon B. Hinckley 

We can so live that we can call upon the Lord for His protection and guidance. . . .  We cannot expect His help if we are unwilling to keep His commandments.
President Gordon B. Hinckley

Monday, June 13, 2011

We live in the Days just as the time of Noah: LDS Mormon Prophets and Leaders warn and prepare us
Davidkat99, with the prophets testifying about how we live in days just like Noah. It's a don't miss video!

Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Where do you stand?

Presenting the Queen of Dehydrating

The very talented woman has taught dehydrating in the following videos. She is simple to follow and gives you wonderful information. When you go through her site you'll say wow!

Post-Conference Musings

I have kept this from 2009 from the "Prepare Today Newsletter", and I thought I would pass it along to everyone. It is so revelent today. Make sure you watch the video too. DavidKat99 makes some don't miss videos about the gospel.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Instructions: Simple to Make Emergency Candles

Sawdust or Wood Shaving Emergency Candles are a fantastic light as well as a heat source. You can cook with them and heat a room.

Beans, Beans and Beans


* A pound of beans measures about 2 cups dry, 6 cups cooked

   (Some varities only double in volume).

* A pound of dry beans ground to a fine flour measures approx. 5 cups.

President Gordon B. Hinckley - October 2005 General Conference Priesthood session

"Those of us who read and believe the scriptures are aware of the warnings of prophets concerning catastrophes

Recipes - Hard Tack, a simple life saver

Hardtack is a simple type of cracker or biscuit, made from flour, water, and sometimes salt. Inexpensive and long-lasting,