Thursday, April 26, 2012

Making the Best of Basics

This is an excellent book. If you can only afford one book, this is the one to buy.  I keep my copy of
Making the Best of Basics Family Preparedness Handbook  by James Talmage Stevens on hand at all times..  This is probably the first survivalist book I ever purchased.
Here is a link to his site.  This book is so full of helpful information, you just can't believe it.   

<sigh> this one is exhausting, but well worth the expense... It covers just about every aspect of home preparedness you can imagine; with topics ranging as to the whys, wherefores, and how-to's. 

In additiion to health and nutrition, food storage, water, here is a list of topics:

·                     wheat - the basic grain
·                     basic whole wheat bulgur cookery
·                     basic whole wheat flour cookery
·                     basic wheatmeat cookery
·                     basic sourdough cookery
·                     basic white flour cookery
·                     basic triticale cookery
·                     basic dairy products from powdered milk
·                     basic honey use
·                     basic self help with supplementation
·                     basic sprouting and kitchen gardening
·                     basic in-home drying of fruits and vegetables
·                     energy and fuels storage
·                     Appendices:
  •        websites of preparedness suppliers
  •        FEMA National Emergency Management System

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