The Prepper's Cookbook

The Prepper’s Cookbook

By Tess Pennington



A comprehensive plan to survive any disruption of the food supply by preserving, storing, and cooking with emergency rations.



Nobody knows when the next disaster will hit, whether hurricane, earthquake, or civil unrest. To survive these inevitable catastrophes, every family must be able to feed itself for days, weeks, maybe even months. The Prepper’s Cookbook shows how to fully prepare an emergency food supply that does just that. This lifesaving book teaches how to maintain a family’s diet using jarred, canned, and dried goods, as well as common emergency staples. The book first details how to stock, organize, and maintain a proper emergency food supply. There are also tips on home canning and other do-it-yourself techniques for making high-quality, shelf-stable foods. Next, The Prepper’s Cookbook presents 101 recipes that turn these stored foods into delicious meals the entire family enjoys eating. It teaches readers how preserves that last a lifetime can maintain their flavors and how even the most basic items can be turned into solid meals.


Tess Pennington

Since 2007, Tess Pennington, founder of Ready Nutrition, has focused on educating the public on topics including disaster preparedness, natural living, homesteading, emergency food pantries, food storage and ultimately self-reliance. She is formally trained in emergency and disaster management response with the American Red Cross. Tess is the best-selling author of three preparedness books.

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Released: January 2013
Price: $15.95

ISBN-10: 1612431291
ISBN-13: 9781612431291

7.5" x 9.25"
192 pages

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