2013 SHTF Food Storage Update: Re-Organized & Ready!

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Finally got our food storage closet somewhat re-organized and squeezed in all of our recent purchases. We also pulled out a few things that had recently expi…
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25 Responses to “2013 SHTF Food Storage Update: Re-Organized & Ready!”

  1. Waylan Bashrum

    good preppin are you eating out? of your food pantry or is that all extra

  2. Nicolas Jimenez

    Part 2
    They have different sizes and it organizes the? stuff perfecty for the little and the small stuff. Also by 45 gallon trash bags and alot of cat litter. The reason for this is you can lift up your toilet seat put in and close the lid. When someone does there buisness put cat litter on top of it. When its full take it out tie it up and put it in the garbage can outside. Much more sanitary and much easier then the bucket idea everyone has.

  3. Nicolas Jimenez

    Hi I cant make videos because my mom would probably admit me into a psyche ward. I plan to set up a website for free, giving a lot of free info and how I got? started and all of my ideas.Have you ever heard of a water BOB (you probably have but if not) it holds 100 gallons of water and you put it in the bath tub look it up on amazon.
    Also go to sups.com And order a dozen or so flate rate C boxes for FREE, They work perfect for storing cans and stuff. See part 2

  4. RetroPrepper

    Thank you for all of your comments, Nicholas! You have some interesting ideas. I subbed, and I will watch for you to do some prepping videos on all of the different subjects that you mentioned. I like the idea of stocking protein powder, which might work well for? me since I HATE beans. I do have a decent stock of canned meats, though. I’m well stocked on antibiotic ointment, too. I have seen “After Armageddon” and plan to watch it again and show it to my husband, it is excellent. Thanks again!

  5. Nicolas Jimenez

    part 4

    Buy alot of vitamin, that my number? one thing the god quality ones though. Baby powder will save you life google it. Buy a couple 1 pound cans of pepper spray for large gangs. they will cry for there mommy. Buy 120 avian flu masks just incase of a pandemic. Everything i suggested is very inexpensive if you look hard enough. I also rccomend carrying the roadpro 12 volt battery clips. Look it up on amazon

  6. Nicolas Jimenez

    Part 3

    Antibiotic ointment is a necessity in my opinion because you cut your? self, sure you can wash it but eventually the toxins will kill you. Look up on youtube after Armageddon documentary I learned a lot from it when I started prepping. Im more of a stealth prepper because my mom says its a waste of money but hey she will thank me if something happens. Look up on google 2013 coronavirus and china H7N9.

  7. Nicolas Jimenez

    Part 2

    What is a good idea to do is buy rice,canned beans,canned meat and ketchup. try to store edleast 3 months of this stuff. My point to this is because its super cheap and it will take less time to stock up on 3 months of food. Then when you have 3 months of food stored you can go on to the god? tasting stuff like what you have. Just an idea.

  8. Nicolas Jimenez

    Hi there is going to be 2 parts to this comment.
    So I stock up on protein powder and lots of it. They have chocolate and a lot of other flavors. The 5 pound containers have an obserd amount of carbs,protein and a whole bunch of other stuff that is perfect for an emergency. Have one serving in the morning so you can keep up on nutrition. Theres a vitamin called cats claw that stops the reproduction of viruses and bacteria so you can fight off flus and colds faster during an shtf? situation

  9. RetroPrepper

    Yup, I sure am in MN! It’s? been a lovely week here…great lake weather! Thanks for your comment!

  10. Nothingatall

    You in MN? My wife? and i are in the same boat. I can hear the accent.

  11. RetroPrepper

    Thanks for watching! Yes, protein is vital, and since I HATE beans, I am always looking for other ways to add more protein sources to the inventory. ? Thanks for your comment!

  12. RetroPrepper

    That is a good idea. It wouldn’t work for me on the closet doors where I keep most of my food because they are bi-fold doors, but I have a couple of other places? that it would work out great. Thanks for the tips!

  13. Jesse Dark

    Good? set up stick with stuff with Protein Protein is for survival

  14. Caity Dougherty

    use an over-the-door shoe organizer with the clear pouches for your spice? packest and seasonings,and any other packets you need at hand. I also use the organizer to store fruit leathers and wellness bars. very handy.

  15. RetroPrepper

    Yes,? staying organized is always a challenge. Thanks for your comments!

  16. oneeyedpatriot

    We did purchase a smaller pressure cooker for some of those? dried beans, etc…

  17. oneeyedpatriot

    Smart move. Good for you. Our thing is trying to stay organized with ours. I may have seen this video earlier in the year but? I just learned a few new things. Thanks for sharing!

  18. Drago UA

    Hello. I am prepperer from? Ukraine(Eastern Europe). I`d like to communicate with prepperers from other countries. Here, in Ukraine our life is almost like survive. If you want to communicate with me, you can write? me on e-mail drago.quester@mail.ru

  19. RetroPrepper

    I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. It is great that you? can garden, I’m sure that helps a lot. I’m just learning to garden…this will be the second year of having a little container garden. Do you do any canning? I want to get the tools and start learning to can vegetables and jams soon, so I can depend less on the commercially canned products. Thank you for commenting, and good luck with your garden this year! Blessings!

  20. Mary Thompson

    My husband died so? im forced to live off mine bonus…my gardening. God bless u

  21. RetroPrepper

    Thanks for your comment! We have four pounds of sugar, and about a pint of salt right now, although I’d like to get more of each. I’ve got a few things in mind for bartering, but mostly we are just trying to have plentiful stock for all basic needs, so we can barter almost anything. Thanks? for watching!

  22. kim11757

    Stock looks good. I didn’t see any salt or sugar. Even though we don’t really use sugar and we use the 1/2 salt we? have stored some for bartar purposes. I made myself watch our intake for a month and then number crunched to get how much for 6 months, anything over is a bonus and bartar. We are also stocking some alcohol, beer and wine another good bartar. Things to get when you see a sale or have a little extra cash. Good luck. Thanks for the vid

  23. RetroPrepper

    Thank you for the comment! It took a long time to build up to this level. I really hit? the sales when they put canned soup, veggies, etc. on sale, and every few months I stock up a little extra at Sam’s Club when I scrounge up a few extra bucks. Someday I hope to start dehydrating or canning my own stuff. Thanks again!

  24. yarnprepper

    I thought I was doing? good, until I saw yours. I am still at single layer of cans!

  25. RetroPrepper

    Thanks for the comment!?