What exactly is a survival pack? The two survival packs that we carry are designed to expedite your emergency preparations and get you on the road to your goal quickly.
The 72 –hr pack is designed to ensure that you are self-sufficient for at least three days, either in your home or, in case of the need for evacuation, on the go. With the basic needs of clean water, food, light, and radio communication met, you rest assured that you will have these items available on a moments notice if you need them.
The one-month survival pack is designed to ensure that you are able to take care of your basic needs for one month, in case of a prolonged power outage or another event, that disrupts the normal flow of supplies into your area. With a water filter, one month of Alpine Aire survival food, wind-up flashlight and radio and a basic guide to emergency preparedness including checklists, you are well on your way to preparing to survive the emergencies of our times more comfortably.
Make each pack more useful by personalizing it. We suggest you add to either pack the first aid items, clothing and personal toiletries that would contribute to your comfort in any situation.
It is important to invest in a good grain mill as part of your emergency preparations. Since the bulk of most long-term food programs is made up of grain, it is a good idea to have some sort of non-electric means of turning grain into flour and meal, a very important basic thing for your family.
The best way to store grains and beans is in their whole state. They will last almost indefinitely in this form. Whole wheat was found in the pyramids and it was still edible. However, the best, most efficient way to use these same grains and beans, corn, etc. is to grind them into flour, meal or a cracked cereal consistency. The cooking time is greatly reduced when you grind the grains and beans. They often become more digestible which is a very important consideration during an emergency situation.
These grain mills are easy to use and both have an option for motorizing if you want to have fresh grain on a daily basis, and make sure you’ve got a working emergency plan and be ready during the coming year!
Stocking up on food, now while it is readily available, is the second most important emergency preparation, after clean water. During an emergency is not the time you want to be hungry or have hungry children. It is not the time you want to try to survive for three days on one protein bar. It is not the time you want to be introducing a diet of beans, grains and powdered milk if your family is used to getting flavorful entrees. Enter AlpineAire food.
AlpineAire food is not a newcomer to the food marketplace. AlpineAire has been producing quality food for over 24 years. They are actually pioneers in the field of backpacking food as well as long-term storage food. The reputation AlpineAire Food has for excellence is only surpassed by their specific distinction for a taste that is outstanding. AlpineAire is the producer of dehydrated, freeze-dried, and ready-to-eat instant food in all shapes and forms and comes as side dishes, breakfasts, soups, entrees, and desserts. See also this lighting preparedness article.
AlpineAire’s products are good for everyday use as an addition to your everyday grocery items yet they are also great for hiking, backpacking, fishing, hunting, or long-term food storage. They also offer selected items for people with gluten-intolerance. AlpineAire has recently introduced a new line of low-carbohydrate soups. When you get into an emergency situation, it is crucial to be able to work efficiently so read also this post about how to learn anything within twenty hours.
When we watched the “March of the Penguins” we noticed that the individuals studying and filming the penguins were eating AlpineAire food. The military fed its soldiers AlpineAire food during Desert Storm as well as subsequent wars. AlpineAire food is a favorite for those involved in distance racing, climbing, and other strenuous sports as well as campers and backpackers around the world.