Getting Your Food Storage

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50 Responses to “Getting Your Food Storage”

  1. michael murphy

    how come you dont put all your grain in food saver vacum bags with oxygen destroyers to? kill all microbes and un hatched bugs then it lasts 25 to35 years

  2. SequelFinalNight

    Can someone PLEASE tell? me? what is the safest food storage you can buy with almost no? toxins like Corn Syrup and GMO’s? Organic if possible anyone please help…..

  3. Laurel Kromer

    It is supposed to be 1 gallon per person per day. At a minimum two weeks worth. Which is? 14 gallons. Maybe she is not talking about just drinking water, maybe it is for cooking, hygiene, etc.

  4. carlos151972

    I’ll be in your? house in doomsday. thanks..

  5. NCaradoc2008

    Yup, sure did…is? a gallon in the States the same a a gallon in Britain? Blimey she’s thirsty…

  6. 1234tfd

    To All Who Didn’t Bother to Back Track to Find Out What She Actually Said About the Water, It Was? 14 Gallons Per Person Per Day!!!

  7. ipokeu3

    finally someone who actually thinks before they speak. and in a emergency or long term crisis water may be all we are able? to drink.

  8. rob1awesome

    I drink way more than 14 gallons of water a year, its all? I drink.

  9. Larry C

    I did not find the? check list you mentioned on you web site?

  10. 2012ANONYMOUSA

    I see not many people in? the world never grow up.
    Is whole wheat the same as Hard Red Wheat?

  11. Brooklyngirl1969

    LOL!!? WHAT-EVA! GOOD BYE!

  12. ipokeu3

    i understand she was talking about drinking but? 14 gallons of water will leave to dehydrated sick and soon dead. she was talking about an emergency supply but that is far from a years supply for one person. if you actually read my post before you had your hissy fit you would have seen i said ” let’s see you DRINK only 14 gallons of water in a year” its great to see someone interested in prepping. i looked over your past comments, just think before you start bashing people or the will bash back.

  13. Brooklyngirl1969

    SHE IS SPEAKING FOR THE PURPOSE? OF STORAGE DRINKING WATER NOT REGULAR USAGE. I WAS COMMENTING ON ALL OF THE NEGATIVE COMMENTS ABOUT THE 14 GALLONS SUPPOSEDLY BEING PER DAY! BEFORE YOUUU START WRITING AND INSULTING YOU BEST LEARN TO READ! SMH….ALWAYS HAS TO BE SOME IDIOT COMING ALONG TO COMMENT WITHOUT REALLY READING! SMH

  14. ipokeu3

    dear god are you stupid. lets see you drink only 14 gallons of water in a year. yes? this isn’t per day but think before you speak dumbass. 14 gallons of water is 2 weeks of water in the summer.

  15. apexdjs

    One of the? best food storage videos I have seen.

  16. Deborah Barnwell

    Rodents can destroy plastic? containers. Use metal or glass.

  17. Brooklyngirl1969

    Y’ALL A BUNCH OF GENIUSES!! IT IS OBVIOUS SHE? IS NOT TALKING ABOUT 14 GALLONS X DAY! SHE’S TALKING ABOUT A YEAR’S SUPPLY!!! L-I-S-T-E-N!!! BUNCH OF DEE DEE DEES!! SMH

  18. drywallit43

    8 pounds of salt per person per day ,week,year OH goes with the 14? gallons of H20 per day = FISH PEOPLE

  19. drywallit43

    14 gallon per dy of h20 REALLY…. maybe ye should do some research and put info between your EARS!! Really how about a video of u drinking? 14 gallons of water then the emergency crew can film as they take u to the hospital or local water storage facility

  20. valhallawelcomesme

    14 gallons per person per day of Drinking water? If you drink 14 gallons of water a day your body would go into shock, you would flush out all your body’s electrolytes and you would? suffer from Water intoxication which is potentially fatal.

  21. HealthyPrepper

    Great video! I have been prepping since? 2008 since the crash. I agree with you. You can never have too much water on hand. I carry a full case in my trunk at all times beside my bug out bag. Its amazing how fast I go through it. I am always replacing it.

  22. DoubleDelishdotcom

    14 gallons of water per person per day? 20 bottles of ketchup for a year? Who? goes through more than a bottle of ketchup PER MONTH? Really? Sucks when companies put vids up and then go out of biz and don’t take their vids down.

  23. TheMagpuller

    14 gallons of water per day per person for drinking? HA AHA HA HAHA HAHAHAH AHAHAH A HAH AHAH AHAH AH AH AH AH AHA HAHA HA HAH AH AH A HA HAHAHH AHAH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AHAH AHH AH AH H AHAH AH AH AH AH AH A HAH AH AH AH AH AH AAHAA A A HA A HA HAH A HA H HH A HA A AH HA HA HA HH A HA HAA HA HA HA AA AH AHAH H H H HA H H A HH AH AH AH AHH AHAHH AAH AHH AH AAHAHH AH AH AH A HA HAH AH AH AH AH AHAHA HAHH AH HAH AHAHH AHHA H HA HA A HH? H AHHH AA HAH HAH AH AHAH HAAHH AHAH AHHAH AH AHAAH AHA

  24. MmmBBQQ

    Excellent? video! are you married? jk

  25. MmmBBQQ

    How anyone could witness 9/11 go down and not have 30 days stored food is? beyond me

  26. HealthyPrepper

    Wonderful video! I have been working on my food storage since 2008 and the crash. I think this? makes perfect sense ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. Carol Dickinson

    Besides emergency kits,? food, water and? shelter… there is a need for? gasoline free… portable solar panels for energy… to run Frig, Lamps, Fans, Radio, Computer, Phone, TV etc. See… Off The Grid? Survival Products . com

  28. papillonaquatique

    If sewage plants go down do you know where the excess sewage will be dumped? Historically we used to dump? our raw sewage into lake, streams, rivers and ponds. I would not suggest fishing out of anything but a private source that you have stocked yourself and can control from below ground pollutants.

  29. bubbalukajones

    12 months supply of food plus 15% for margin of error. If a cataclysmic event happens and you are still alive you will need more. A partnership with some friends or neighbors to help you protect what is yours, which means guns/ammo and a plan of action. Be prepared to use lethal force to protect what you have or be willing to fail miserably. If you can’t handle the idea of lethal? force don’t bother saving any food at all. Have a water source. Solar power can be achieved. Minimal but workin

  30. Michael Anenberg

    Wrong! Canned food will last 20+ years unopened. The taste is fantastic. tests have been done already proving that fact. But the vitamin content? will be minimal. Hence, take you daily multi-vitamins with the can of food.

  31. eye2eyeize

    COOL. GHOST!?

  32. dave4854

    once you? give away even a few grains of rice after the SHsTF, there’ll be no stopping the flood to your house, after you’ve given away all you think you can, people will take the rest, best not to help anyone except immediate family, if anyone hasn’t prepped by now, that’s their tough S.
    some places don’t have to earth quake proof their houses.

  33. kamalalovely

    Now I know why half the world is starving- this man has all the food! I? joke, of course. You did a great job on that storage room.

  34. xchrisforbushx

    He’s got a TON of good? stuff. But it’s not earthquake proofed. That stuff on top of those shelves would fall all over the place and create tripping hazard. He did mention that though. I would simply build a cabinet door system along the front.

  35. TheDuckielova

    yeah but? tins last for ages ๐Ÿ™‚

  36. kastnmagic

    WOW!! That’s incredible!! He’s done a FANTASTIC? JOB!!!

  37. healthyfoodstorage

    It is a good idea to have a good storage program for use everyday, not just in an emergency. It doesn’t have to be scary. Once you get use to using a storage program in this way, (rotating your food) you will be glad to have it. You don’t have to keep running to the? grocery store eveytime you run out of something! The bonus is that you will also be prepared if you lose your job or have a sudden emergency. The process of storing food can actually be enjoyable.

  38. sheersoxNC

    ya know, food does go bad after a? while!

  39. RBNightlinger

    The bottles won’t fall but they? will joggle around on the shelf and bash into each other in an earthquake. Best to add some cardboard or other padding in between the jars for protection.

  40. daylanrayne

    @USAdude30 canned foods do need to be rotated out , but the other stuff like the dehydrated foods can kept up to 15 to 30 years. And it’s important cause earth quakes, tornados and other can ? happen at any time so get provisions together or be left without.

  41. AuzzDoga

    HOLY CRAP? OLD MAN!!! GOOD WORK

  42. monkadelic13

    do? you accept coupons and or food stamps? ๐Ÿ˜›

  43. ColdBoi

    Man this? stuff is scary…

  44. kidkick43

    Smart Man!! This is my goal.You may think this is a little much ,I don’t !!It may come to this !! Wake up people ,stop sleeping !!!We are just a tornado,or flood or martial law away from needing this.What will you do when your wife and kids say I am hungary !I know you think I am Crazy,…Just remember what this crazy man said It is hard to? tell your fam.we don’t have any thing to EAT !!!

  45. toolatefortherapy

    @USAdude30 Well, I would assume that they use the first in, first out method. The new cans go in the back, and the older ones in the front. You then? continue to rotate them out. Eating the ones in front first.

  46. purity4all

    That is true, and even though you can still eat them well past their expiration they will lose nutritional value over time. They will fill their bellies but will still be malnourished and eventually become very ill. There are freeze dried products you can buy, you can also dehydrate foods and vacuum seal them or you can do what I did and buy already slow dehydrated foods sealed in mylar that will last a minimum of? 15 years before losing nutritional value.( 4longevity.myefoods.com)

  47. AVENGELUS darkchylde

    just the dad in the movie BLAST FROM THE PAST well prepared, well organized
    anything could happen ,terrorism,natural disasters, wars…he? is all set!
    i salute you !

  48. 5904xx560

    what about the sell by dates. most? can stuff only last two three years??

  49. bestSVMS

    I? see alot of baking supplies… yeast, sugar and ime assuming flour… If the elctricity and gas goes out, do you have a way to bake the bread? Cast iron pot as dutch oven?

  50. vividDC

    The only way to truly be prepared for anything is to know and live in the truth about life. Search “truth contest” in Google and click the 1st result, then open The Present and read it. What it says will turn this world right side? up. Pass it along to everyone you can reach.