List of the Most Important Items To Have On Hand For Emergencys
ur emphasis is on healthful raw and organic food and natural organic clothing supplies. However, the following details contains many non organic items.
This list was compiled for families who may wish to share their supplies with neighbors, friends as well as use for bartering. If they are on the road, they might want to have treats and small shareable treat packs for children they might come across.
It is important to think of self preservation and self protection. However, rather than adopting an isolationist viewpoint, it behooves one’s best interest to focus on on community involvement.
Know your neighbors and community members. In emergencies, work together for the common good. A community that works together stands strong together. Acting as independent, self supporting individuals rather than a group, a community will crumble. This is because there are powerful and far reaching benefits when people pool their talents together in a supportive, cohesive group.
As always, a good premier rule is, Love Thy Neighbor As Thyself. Equally important, Do Unto Others As You Would Have Them Do Unto You.
Food List, Rotated Regularly
All should be organic and natural as possible
Raw organic sugar (sweets good for children who may need as a seasoning)
sprouting kamut, wheat, rye (sweet, delicious), sproutable barley, oats
Water, portable water purification system
Honey, honey comb
Organic sproutable vegetable seeds – cabbage, broccoli, etc.
Seeds of all types
Water packed salt free sardines
Water packed wild salmon
Flower seeds, vegetable seeds
Peanut butter (in case for children)
Dates, raisins, dried organic fruits for rare treats
Some nuts in shell for rancidity issues
Raw 100% unprocessed mountain salt
Seasonings, herbs, tea, organic instant coffee
Dried organic fruit
Nitrogen packed organic cold-pressed oil in tins or black jars
Organic Tomato Paste
Dried organic spaghetti (Can be eaten raw)
Potable Water (Most important)
Grain alcohol for sterilization
Bahrenjager Honey Liqueur for medicinal purposes (invaluable)
Dried Nutritional Yeast
Bone and Meat Powder
(They are carnivores, after all… sigh!)
Personal Preference Additions
Bee and Tree Pollen
Powdered grasses and grass juice
Prepared instant meals, MREs (Meals Ready To Eat)
We find the sproutable grains, legumes, seeds and nuts the very best as far as versatility and nutrition are concerned. They are truly the most convenient, compact, versatile and nutritious.
Tools, Hardware, Incidentals, Sundries
Backpacking kitchenware (we use everyday in kitchen)
Health and safety kit
Thin cutting board
Axes for wood shopping
Fishing twine (very handy)
Sealable storage containers
Grinder, pestle & mortar for seeds, grains, nuts
Small bits gold jewelry (tradeable)
LED lights – cranking
Basic carpenter tools
Fuel Starters, waterproof matches
Atmospheric water collection system
Small worms, environs in nourishing starter soil
Kelp fertilizer starter
Book and knowledge of wildfoods
Cards, small game set
Medicines including antibiotics (rotate frequently)
Toothbrushes (easy to forget)
Clean plastic tarps for collecting water
Buckets, containers for water storage
Weapons & Hunting Gear
Some may feel the necessity to stock weapons and ammunition. If so, having a small caliber hand gun, rifle and hunting knife are basic. Stock plenty of ammunition as it will be difficult to replace. Have oil and maintenance tools as well.
Hunting and fishing gear is a matter of personal preference. Hunters and fishermen will know what their preferences are.
For those unfamiliar with such pursuits, have good books on the matter and stock gear safely. Learn how to use your gear properly. Hunting, self protection and fishing gear can cause grave injuries to the novice when improperly used and maintained.
Do you have any ideas or additions? Please let us know. : )