Food Storage in Utah Stores (PART 1)

While talking with “preppers” around the country many people are surprised when I tell them I can get many long-term food and water storage items right in Wal-Mart. This video will illustrate things that we have available to us that you might not have in stores where you live. One thing I did forget to mention is this Wal-Mart still stock rifles and shotguns.

5 Comments on "Food Storage in Utah Stores (PART 1)"

  1. This is really cool. I think I’d be in heaven if my Wal-Mart was stocked like that. I honestly think that this should be a way of life for everyone, not just Mormons. I started prepping a few years ago and I’ll never go back now. It’s nice to always have what I want around the house and when we both lost our jobs in the same week we knew everything would be ok. I have a lot less anxiety now.

  2. @steeliedan5150 I live in Minnesota so I buy wheat in the middle of winter. I leave it in the car for several days when it’s below zero outside. This kills any critters that might be living in there.

  3. kuernodechivo | July 5, 2010 at 2:33 am |

    @steeliedan5150 Also steelie, at the top-left of my web site (kuernodechivo dawt com) there is a link to a preparedness forum where you can get the opinions from hundreds of “preppers” in the United States, Canada and world-wide. You can either post the question or just ask in a chat room.

    They will not belittling experience, prep-levels or even political views.
    There are all skill levels, experience and specialties at that site. Just tell them Kuerno sent ya! lol

  4. kuernodechivo | July 5, 2010 at 2:56 am |

    What has worked well for me is simply “rotation” . That required a little bit of a change around my home. Instead of Pan-Cake Mix I now use the flour and make from scratch. Instead of buying pizza we now make most of ours. I
    try to make a little bread at least once a month to keep things moving.

    Having said that I know many people “freeze” their wheat just as we freeze are Mac&Cheese when we buy in bulk. It seems once things have been frozen a while not much lives.

  5. steeliedan5150 | July 5, 2010 at 3:41 am |

    What is the best way or secrets to keep the weevels out of flour and dry goods? I heard from an old school mormen that uses spearament gum have you heard of this??

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