What FOOD STORAGE looks like for one person for one year! And, that is just the BASIC’S!

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Home Food Storage What FOOD STORAGE looks like for one person for one year! And, that is just the BASIC’S!
Published on June 30, 2016

At the end of this video I answer a subscribers question of whats the difference between a prepper and a hoarder

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  1. hi.what are some book titles for recipes with these products?

  2. Sorry my food is so much fresher I just kill it if i need to eat it LMAO

  3. Any bean can be ground as flour.

  4. I'm a senior, I'm Gluten free, I can't have grain, nuts, dairy, flour, corn,poultry, seafood, and peanut butter, barley, chocolate, so I'm limited to fruit's and veggies and I buy non-gmo, gluten free from Thrive Life.

  5. Ibpn

    a prepper stocks up on supplies when they are abundant before a disaster. a hoarder takes more than their fair share when supplies are scarce and rationed after the disaster. when a real nation wide shtf happens the government will label preppers as hoarders and under the NDRP take (by force if necessary) your supplies for the good of all.

  6. WAAOF

    Some people have inferred that I am a hoarder. These people also tend to be more 'new agey' kind of people who believe that as long as you maintain a positive mind set and stay out of fear that the universe will protect you. They say it's the law of attraction and that my storing food and other things like hygiene products, batteries, etc. is attracting such negative possibilities. I say 'hoping for the best but being prepared for the worse' is NOT being negative and it isn't hoarding. And, in the event of a SHTF scenario, you can bet those same people will be knocking on MY door looking for help. Besides, what isn't used and is ready to be phased out, goes to the needy.

  7. HI how would I store cat food dry, for long term? Thanx debbie

  8. Thank you so much. I'm so behind my prepping, unbelievable.

  9. personally older folks don't eat anywhere near this much in a year. So I can sit down and figure out how much I can consume in a certain time frame and multiply it out. There is just the two of us and I have a pretty good selection started but realistically only enough for probably a few months.

  10. Great video. Thank you!

  11. If a person wants to see what a hoarder is, please watch episodes of "Hoarding, Buried Alive."  Preppers are preparing for hard times, grid down situations, natural disasters, storms, whatever.

  12. Hi Linda I will email you on my next day off thanks

  13. Hi Linda, yes I would like to speak with you. I can give you my e mail if that would be okay. if we can e mail, I can give you my number from there.

  14. Hi Linda, Yes I do use bean flour's, also coconut and sorghum flour. I've been looking for eggless recipes to use these flour's more.

  15. This is great. Well done. I just subscribed. You may like my channel too as its survival and primitive skills. Check it out if you like.

  16. Some pretty good ideas for home owners. But for us apt. dwellers, we better have some kind of generator for when the 'lights/electricity' goes out, lol. Otherwise all that prepping be good for is bartering.

  17. ML S

    I know Obsessiveprepperaz no longer videos, but I would like to mention on this video that I have have stored a years supply for over 4 decades . I have learned that multiplying your supply by number of family members creates an excess and is unnecessary. All whole foods are highly nutritious especially grains and in that alone is when I realized that less is more. ONLY STORE WHAT YOU WILL ACTUALLY EAT THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!. Be mindful of what you plan to do for the next year. When we downsized we ended up spilling wheat over the land because we gave away as much as people would take. A complete waste. Yes I made bread weekly but folks a cup of wheat grain makes 2+ cups of flour. I had an ongoing 300# lbs or more of wheat for a family of 8 and we never used it all in a year ,while maintaining other supplemental goods. The # she uses per person on any single item is when you only have that item for survival. Every time you add a food to your supply, you decrease the need of the first item stored. i.e. I add 50# oats to an existing 100 lbs of wheat so now I may not need wheat for quite some time. Then I add 25# rice and 25# of beans and now I will not eat as much wheat or oats, etc. Add canned goods and now you are building a pantry for a year. Get the idea? A prepper uses what they store and stores what they use! A hoarder uses nothing and rarely knows what they have. Hoarders are diseased, preppers are prepared for any eventuality.

  18. C Carm

    this is a great video… wanted to know how much does a case cost…need to find a cannery in chicago

  19. omg I am so screwed. I have wheat, oats, soy, rice, and many other allergies. I'll kick the bucket early.

  20. People can have opinions of the products you store, but for my part, I think your video is very educational in the big picture of to be prepared.
    Keep it up and greetings :)

  21. I like to count drink mixes in the sugar count: hot cocoa, tang, lemonade, etc…

  22. Cases of bottled water? Or do you have z better way?

  23. "Prepper" is a term of derision which was introduced by the media to stigmatize taking thought for the morrow.
    "Hoarder" is another term of derision also introduced by the media to describe any poor or middle class person that, in the opinion of filthy rich people, has "too much".
    (Ever heard of a rich person with great quantities of material wealth, even ludicrous amounts, described as a "hoarder"? ask yourself why it only applies to everyone else.)

  24. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS VIDEO.
    FYI – it was NOT "long". Long is BORING. There was never a moment where you were NOT dealing with the topic I  expected to learn about. 
    Sorry to hear about your little boy. I think we get some hard life experiences so that we take things seriously and survive later experiences. I think you have been prepared to watch out for your children. And I applaud you for your efforts. 
    Thank you for teaching those of us who want to learn. 
    I am very grateful for your efforts. 
    I'm clicking the subscribe button 8-)

  25. Tj Cox

    I like seeing what others need but think I would can first.

  26. Radar

    I would not know what to do with this stuff if I had to cook it? Wheat? I don't know how to make bread. How do you use it? I didn't grow up with a very domesticated mother that taught me how to cook or process anything.

    Anyway…..a lot of that stuff would hatch bugs in it in the humid climate here in Houston, Texas. I have to keep all of my flour and stuff in my freezer and that is just for normal use.

  27. I looked at the LDS store and they seem to be MUCH cheaper than the other sites. Can anyone buy from them and is it any good? Thank You.

  28. THANK YOU YES; My Family do strongly believe that I am a hoarder but when a disaster hits I know how many boxes can go to a single friend or a Nephew with five kids  and a sometime girl friend but I am now on Medicare -Medicaid most of my food stores are gone  

  29. jlwftl

    wow thats a lot of food for one person 

  30. HOARDER: THE MINDSET THAT JUSTIFIES THE NEED OF AN ITEM[S] THAT WILL UNLIKELY SERVE ANY PURPOSE. PREPPER: AN ADVANCED BOYSCOUT, FOLLOWING THE MOTTO TO ALWAYS BE PREPARED. I HEARD SOMEONE SAY THAT PEOPLE FROM MONTANA HAVE A SAYING, YOU WANT THE MAP BEFORE GOING INTO THE WOODS.

    THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO STAND IN LINES FOR CONCERT TICKETS, THE NEW TECH GADGET AND MAY LIKELY DISTAIN THE THOUGHT THAT ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN SO DRASTICALLY THAT THEY WOULD EVER NEED TO "INVEST" IN THEIR OWN SURVIVAL.

    IN LOS ANGELES, IT WAS SAID, EITHER IN AN EARTHQUAKE SENARIO OR THE CIVIL UNREST AFTER THE RODNEY KING VERDICT THAT THE JEWISH COMMUNITY HAD PREPARATION IN PLACE THAT THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO BE CONCERNED IF THEY COULDN'T GET ASSISTANCE FOR A PERIOD OF TIME…AND THAT ALL THE ABLE BODIED FEMALES HAD MEDICAL TRAINING.

    THAT IS PREPPING. 1N 1980 WHILE DOING CELEBRITY PROTECTION I MET A WOMAN WHO OWNED A STORE IN NORTH HOLLYWOOD, THAT OVER TIME SHE ONE DAY REVEALED THAT SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF LDS. SHE SAID THERE WAS AN 'UNWRITTEN LAW' THAT YOU SHOULD HAVE 1 YEAR SUPPLY OF FOOD AND WATER FOR EVERYONE IN YOUR IMMEDIATE FAMILY AND ALL YOUR BILLS PAID.

    IT HAS BEEN ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE PIECES OF INFORMATION ANY ONE HAS EVER SHARED WITH ME. THINK ABOUT HOW COOL, CALM AND RELAXED ONE COULD BE WITH THIS FORMULA IN PLACE. AND, AS MENTIONED IN THE VIDEO, A REAL OCCURENCE THAT HAPPENS MORE OFTEN THAN WE MAY WANT TO ADMIT…J.O.B. [JUST OVER BROKE] LOSS.

    I THINK THE STORY OF JOSEPH TALKS ABOUT PLANTING AND HARVESTING. IF NOT THERE SOMEWHERE IN THE BOOK IT TALKS ABOUT 7 YEARS OF FEASTING AND 7 YEARS OF FAMINE. IT SHOULD BE OBVIOUS, IF YOU DON'T PLAN THE SEED, NOTHING GROWS AND YOU THEN HAVE NOTHING TO HARVEST.

    FOR THE PEOPLE WHO SURVIVED KATRINA..IF THEY KNEW A YEAR BEFORE WHAT WAS COMING MANY MORE OF THEM WOULD BE ALIVE TODAY. WE WERE TAUGHT IN CHURCH TO 'WATCH AS WELL AS PRAY.'

    CARE ENOUGH TO PREPARE. [1] SO AS NOT TO BE A BURDEN TO ANYONE ELSE [2] SO THAT YOU  MAY BE IN A POSITION TO  HELP.

    SEE THE MOVIE "100 MORNINGS" AND ASK / TAKE NOTES AND DRAFT A PLAN..ON WHAT YOU WOULD DO DIFFERENT, HOW TO AVOID SOME OF THE CHALLENGES THEY ENDURED.

    GOD BLESS. 

  31. This stash is all well and good but I'd rather be dead then eat bad food. If you want to fart your way into the new world order that's plenty of bean's try to remember that prepping doesn't have to be just beans and rice. I would much rather see multiple cases of soups, different type of canned vegetables and fruits. Many of which could be rotated into your existing day to day food needs
    Also foods that are nearing there expiration date can be donated to food banks and shelter. Every year I check my inventory and make a drop off, and they will write you a receipt. Happy Prepping

  32. What ever event happens you will be less picky as time goes on not eating 1 week. Don't worry about flavor but worry about living. When you are starving taste buds don't exist. 

  33. Well a prepper is exactly what the name implies. They are preparing for the future. A hoarder destroys their present by collecting the past without thought of what the future holds. Big difference.

  34. T thank you so much for that .Thank you for that info Im new at this so Im always looking for ideas. bless you. Las Vegas

  35. Megan L

    did I miss the fruits and veggies here or were they left out?

  36. love your videos on canning and this  prepper  supply vid is also great, thank you

  37. This video was very helpful.  Thanks!

  38. Be careful not to store foods that are not good for you…hydrogenated oil,GMO foods are bad bad.We had to give -throw away some of our stuff till we learned what might harm us.Knowledge is power.If you fail to prepare be prepared to fail.God bless be safe.

  39. FYI, the "Mormon Canneries" changed their name a while back to "Dry Pack", and are dropping the cans and 25lb bulk bags. They will continue selling the current stock on canned and bulk bagged stuff, but will be transitioning to smaller bags only.

  40. You can save soooo much money if you make a lot of those items too. I make most all of my own staples.

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