THE PREPAREDNESS COACH

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Preparedness Goals For The Week Of December 4

Preparedness Goals

We are winding down the year now.  Less than a month and it will be 2018.  Where does the time fly?  I am shocked at how life passes by so fast, and we blink and we miss it.  Might I suggest this Christmas, you take time to really savor the precious memories you make.  And […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of November 13

Christmas traditional recipes

Flu season, well it has been a bit crazy right?  Have you been considering what kinds of things you will need to keep stocked up on, that are not included in your weekly preparedness goals?  Things like herbs and essential oils that are useful for fighting flus.  Things like tylenol, and other cold medications that […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of September 18

Preparedness Goals

Another week of preparedness goals, but before I get into it, did you know…. One of the most destructive storms in Canadian history was the 1998 ice storm in Eastern Canada causing hardship for 4 million people and costing $3billion.  Power outages lasted for up to 4 weeks. How crazy is that?  We think of […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of July 24

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of July 24

How are ya all doing with your preparedness goals?  I know having a weekly reminder for me is crucial to my accomplishing anything!  I am a person who lives by lists, and lives by my calendar, otherwise my world seems to run by the fleeting emergency of the moment, instead of by organized chaos!  Haha.  […]

Beans As Economical And Healthy As It Gets

Beans

Today I feel compelled to come back to the basics of cooking with beans.  I guess I always take for granted that people know how to do this, but they don’t!  I guess I think people should understand how cooking with beans is such a money saver, an inexpensive yet delicious protein, and again – […]

5 Ready Made Mixes For Your Pantry

Ready Made Mixes

Ready Made Mixes are one of my favorite things to have in my pantry.  They make life so much easier, not only for me, but for my family.  Sometimes food storage isn’t the quickest way to cook, and sometimes it isn’t the easiest way to cook, but it is definitely the most economical way.  My […]

8 Home Made Soup Recipes

8 Home Made Soups

Soups are one of the easiest things to make, and probably the most economical foods to cook.  They are one of the best uses of your longer term food storage as well.  They are highly nutritious, and delicious!  A great soup recipe begins with a great soup base, which you will figure out soon enough […]

Cook From Scratch With Home Made Mixes

Taco Seasoning Cooking From Scratch

Cook From Scratch With Home Made Mixes One of the best things I have done, is make home made mixes that my family loves. I mix them up, put them into air tight containers, and label them with instructions, so anyone can use them.  Making long term food storage, more user friendly, is a very […]

Cook From Scratch – Basic Essentials

Cooking From Scratch Basic Essentials

Cook from Scratch Cooking from scratch, offers many thrifty and healthy benefits.  It is however, a skill that takes some practice if you are not used to doing it. I believe that anyone can do it, if they can read, and have the desire to make the change.  You don’t have to have a cooking […]

Synergy of Herbals and Modern Medicine

Synergy in Modern and Natural Medicine

Herbal Healing is one of my all time favorite subjects!  Now I am not in any way knocking modern medicine and medical facilities.  In fact yesterday, I had to make use of one of these facilities and I am so grateful that we have them!  But I am also grateful for the knowledge of science […]

Important Herbs for Natural Medicine

For many years people used plants / herbs to cure all kinds of things. Throughout the Bible and other scriptures, throughout history, herbs have been the norm for medicines. Then we all of a sudden jump to modern science and we now use both natural and man-made medications, some of which have nasty side effects […]

Wheat Gluten – Cooking With Food Storage

Cooking with food storage - Wheat

“The time will come that gold will hold no comparison in value to a bushel of wheat.” Brigham Young Gluten is the principal protein part of the wheat, just like eggs, meat, fish, milk, beans, tofu, etc. Gluten holds the carbon dioxide that is made from yeast, which enables the dough to rise. It is […]