I’m excited to introduce my newest book today, Prepper’s Pantry: Build a Nutritious Stockpile to Survive Blizzards, Blackouts, Hurricanes, Pandemics, Economic Collapse, or Any Other Disasters.
This book may be familiar to some of you who have been around for a while – it’s an updated version of my out-of-print book, The Pantry Primer, which I self-published a few years ago. This edition is new and improved, updated with today’s shopping ideas. The section on special diets is far more extensive than the previous edition, and you’ll also find brand new ideas for stockpiling for your pets, babies, and toddlers.
This book is very high quality, with glossy pages and beautiful, full-color photos. (PHOTOS, you guys! I never had a book with photos before!) The book contains menu plans, shopping list, and even some budget-friendly, stockpile-building recipes. You’ll learn how to use home-preservation and bulk purchases to beef up your pantry, and I’ll teach you a thrifty new way of shopping that is so budget-friendly just about anyone can afford to build up their emergency food storage.
A bonus for you!
Originally, this book was going to be published in August but it turns out that this and my other new book, Be Ready for Anything, are coming out back-to-back. I want to offer a special gift to my readers who are purchasing Prepper’s Pantry, so if you send me a screenshot of your receipt to books at theorganicprepper dot com, I’ll send you a full-length 52-page PDF of The Stockpile Cafe, a cookbook which contains recipes to feed your family for an entire month using only shelf stable ingredients.
It’s got menus for 7 dinners per week, along with serving suggestions and a shopping list. There are some ideas for thrifty stockpile breakfasts and lunches, too.
The meals are mostly quick to make and nearly all can be translated to cooking over a fire or wood stove. You can make them as healthful and high quality as you want, depending on the quality of the ingredients you purchase. There are a few convenience items, some dehydrated and freeze-dried ingredients, canned goods, and potato flakes.
Many of the meals have vegetarian alternatives. Most recipes feed 4 people and can be easily reduced or doubled (or tripled.) These are all creations that we’ve tried here at Casa de Luther. The Stockpile Cafe even has a shopping list to help you gather all the ingredients to make these tasty, shelf-stable meals.
Please check out Prepper’s Pantry today!
This high-quality book is on sale for only $10.39 at the time of this posting. I hope this will help you create a pantry that will see your family through thick and thin. Grab it from Amazon now and don’t forget to send me your receipt so I can send you a free PDF copy of The Stockpile Cafe.