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Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2021
If you have never given thought to what-if situations or how to prepare for possible disasters, this book is an excellent start. This should be required reading for anyone serious about survival, especially during the current pandemic. I also would encourage to have readers to check out this author's second book "When Crisis Hits America" a prequel to this book.

The book covers something never before thought of in survival books, such as special needs and different age groups. as those who have health issues. This lays the groundwork for a solid platform of understanding and knowledge.

Topics include nutrition, health needs and set the tone for the entire book. The author is well versed in the topic and expresses his knowledge that will appeal to a wide range of audiences. He carefully explains the relationship of each topic and how they all relate to the overall method of survival and prepping.

I would like to have seen a list of references supporting the material from the author. Several topics that I am in hopes that he will address in future writings include the collection of water and storage along with purification of it.

Those who require prescription medication may have issues in being able to stockpile medications, depending on the nature of the medical and legal restrictions. This leaves those dependants on prescription medications at a severe disadvantage when prepping. Those that require items such as bottle oxygen or COPD Machines at home need to consider their options in being able to survive during these emergencies, If the power grid goes down and you don't have a generator then what? Also, there was not any mention of those how have p[hsycial disabilities and how they can prepare to cope during this time.

The author does not mention any available course that is available thru local county extension offices. That provides at low cost or sometimes even free courses in areas of canning and food preparation. Nor does he mention learning from various other sources, such as information available about how people in the Southern Appalachian Mountains have served 100s of years before electricity, running water, etc. Additional information about one's area can be obtained from local public libraries and various local and state offices. Knowing the history of the area, and how others have lived helps increase the preparedness
All in all the author does an excellent job of laying out the prepper's pantry. I look forward to more writing from this author and I hope, he will expand on some issues listed in this review.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A excellent place to start for the new prepper or a reference for the experienced .
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2021
If you have never given thought to what-if situations or how to prepare for possible disasters, this book is an excellent start. This should be required reading for anyone serious about survival, especially during the current pandemic. I also would encourage to have readers to check out this author's second book "When Crisis Hits America" a prequel to this book.

The book covers something never before thought of in survival books, such as special needs and different age groups. as those who have health issues. This lays the groundwork for a solid platform of understanding and knowledge.

Topics include nutrition, health needs and set the tone for the entire book. The author is well versed in the topic and expresses his knowledge that will appeal to a wide range of audiences. He carefully explains the relationship of each topic and how they all relate to the overall method of survival and prepping.

I would like to have seen a list of references supporting the material from the author. Several topics that I am in hopes that he will address in future writings include the collection of water and storage along with purification of it.

Those who require prescription medication may have issues in being able to stockpile medications, depending on the nature of the medical and legal restrictions. This leaves those dependants on prescription medications at a severe disadvantage when prepping. Those that require items such as bottle oxygen or COPD Machines at home need to consider their options in being able to survive during these emergencies, If the power grid goes down and you don't have a generator then what? Also, there was not any mention of those how have p[hsycial disabilities and how they can prepare to cope during this time.

The author does not mention any available course that is available thru local county extension offices. That provides at low cost or sometimes even free courses in areas of canning and food preparation. Nor does he mention learning from various other sources, such as information available about how people in the Southern Appalachian Mountains have served 100s of years before electricity, running water, etc. Additional information about one's area can be obtained from local public libraries and various local and state offices. Knowing the history of the area, and how others have lived helps increase the preparedness
All in all the author does an excellent job of laying out the prepper's pantry. I look forward to more writing from this author and I hope, he will expand on some issues listed in this review.
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