Fri, 14 October 2016
If you were unable to buy food for your family for the next couple of weeks, would you and your family be well-fed or would you be quite hungry at the end?
Today, we tackle the question of food insurance with a discussion of practical steps to take to build your own reserves.
I think it's very wise for you to make sure that you always have enough food in your house to feed your family for at least a few weeks, even better a few months, and perhaps even a year or more.
Since you can fit a year's supply of food under a twin bed, there's little reason not to plan ahead and store up some food.
But, it's tough to know how to do this.
I've divided this topic into two parts. The first show (#384) had a bit of the philosophy behind food storage and reasons for you to store up food.
Today's show (#385) has the practical advice for how to actually do it.