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Couild one of Master Prepper Survivalist get me started...I have no celler or base just a house encased in bars

 
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10/02/2016 03:14 PM
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Couild one of Master Prepper Survivalist get me started...I have no celler or base just a house encased in bars
I want something to be able to hold me and maybe one other alive for a few months I guess assuming the house is still standing. I live in Puerto Rico, the middle of the island area and want to know what it will take to keep me alive for a bit. How much water....can it be in gallons..what canned foods do i need. I want an option for suicide if the situation warrants it....I dont have a gun so...I dont know maybe poison..anyways.. can some of the resident Master Preppers here give me some tips so I can store things in the spare room I have. I do have a small chamber in the back of the house cut into the base thats under padlock but I cant see myself being able to survive in that coffin space very long.
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Re: Couild one of Master Prepper Survivalist get me started...I have no celler or base just a house encased in bars
Store rice, flour, sugar, beans, honey, peanut butter, coconut oil, and as much water as you can. All those things csn store at room temperature and last for years.

Just establish an emergency stock and rotate in new products so if you ever need to use your supplies they'll always be relatively fresh. Oh, and a small pressure cooker will greatly shorten the time and fuel needed to cook rice and beans.
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10/02/2016 04:04 PM
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Re: Couild one of Master Prepper Survivalist get me started...I have no celler or base just a house encased in bars
Quick. Grab the following:

1. Love
2. Honour
3. Courage
4. Humility
5. Respect

Now open your heart...
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Re: Couild one of Master Prepper Survivalist get me started...I have no celler or base just a house encased in bars
I have tried most of the long term storage foods, and I recommend Wise foods. They have up 25 years shelf life, so you don't have to worry about going bad.If you can't do that, just get what you can afford. Canned goods are generally good for a few years, but you would need to rotate your preps regularly. Stash cloths and toiletries with you food, as well as any meds you may need. Of coarse weapons to protect your preps are a necessity. If you can swing it, an extended energy source would be great. You will probably want some light, so candles and lanterns are a good prep, but store lamp fuel carefully. The hard part is deciding your priorities since none of us has enough room, or money, for everything we want to stash away. Sit down and make a plan. Sketch out your space and try to decide what you can put in it. Food and water are always number one. You should have enough to keep you alive for the longest disaster you can imagine. On an island, that is probably a hurricane. Look at how long Haiti was without services. I would go at least three months, more if you think the global monetary collapse is going to be your big disaster, that could go years. Always remember, you will have to protect your preps from roving gangs, so weapons are very important.
Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
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10/02/2016 04:42 PM

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Re: Couild one of Master Prepper Survivalist get me started...I have no celler or base just a house encased in bars
Find a Mormon cannery in your area.

or you can order online. They also have calculators online to give you an idea of how much you need of any given items.

[link to providentliving.lds.org (secure)]

Thrive freeze dried foods are also good.





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