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A Note from your Will Anderson about Preparedness

A few of you may now that I was trained as a executive for The Boy Scouts of America. I spent 30 years in and out of Utah since 1977 where Food Storage is a "commandment." Both my first LDS wife Joanne (who passed in 1995) and my second LDS wife Betty (who passed in 2007) were "canning fools." If need be, they would can tomatoes ever year over a campfire!

So, it could be said that I am a "Be Prepared" kind of guy, with a LOT of background in this subject.

I have been teaching about preparedness since 1981. In 1985, because of my unusually extensive studies into prophecy, I told my friends in the Officer's Cadre of Oregon National Guard Reserve that we would become allies with the Russians in a few years, and I was roundly laughed at. Well, as we all know now, The USSR dissolved in 1989, and The Russian Federation joined NATO when George H.W. Bush was president.

Between 1977 and 1998, I packed tons of food storage from city to city -- as I moved with my family from job to job, and felt good about it, because it was cheap INSURANCE. When I was out of work, we ate our food storage.

When I was attending university at BYU, Billy Casper (then the 4th all-time money winner in the game of golf after Lee Trevino) was my landlord. I became a good friend of his mother-in-law and her husband, who ONLY ate from #10 cans of Nitrogen packed food storage... and loved it. Sure, they grew fresh salad greens in their garden, but rarely went to the supermarket. When they did, they bought in bulk.

Now that food prices are expected to rise with the coming inflation (probably hyperinflation) if all this doesn't interest you, you are totally unconscious! You can now buy a years food storage at today's prices, "freezing" that price. Use a credit card, pay the interest... and STILL save money. Walmart is already publishing statistics on food inflation -- which completely backs up what Glenn Beck has research and revealed... and it is very ugly picture.

Wise food is fresher than supermarket food, because it is prepared within a short period of time after being harvested!

Back in the day, 30 years ago... Nitrogen packed food was only available in #10 cans, and was more expensive per calorie... and more bulky, but NOT ANYMORE! Now, freeze-dried food is not only more nutritious -- it is cheaper! An entire 300 calorie entree costs about $1.80. Served it over rice, beans or freeze-dried potatoes (which has recently gone up 30%) all of which should be bought in bulk and stored. A Wise Foods entree weighs only about 3 ounces before re-hydrating it to one quart of great tasting food. No cooking necessary... just heat water, pour it in the package, let it rehydrate... and enjoy!

There are ten different lunch/dinner entrees, and three different breakfast entrees... probably more variety than you are enjoying right now:

Honey Glazed Granola
Brown Sugar Oatmeal
Multi-Grain Cereal

Cheesy Macaroni
Chicken Ala King
Beef Teriyaki and Rice
Creamy Chicken Pasta
Creamy Potato Soup
Chicken Teriyaki
Cheesy Lasagna
Southwest Bean and Rice
Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

A year's supply of entrees for two people can be shipped to you for about $2600.00, or you can buy it in smaller increments, and build up a year's supply.

We all pay insurance on our cars, homes, etc... but we only keep a few days "food insurance" around. 30 years ago, the USA supply chain kept about 2 weeks warehoused... and now it is only THREE DAYS, and it is mostly warehoused in containers on railroad sidings! To me, trained as a strategic thinker, all this makes me think that Americans are being set up for starvation. No such situation exists in other countries! Add to that the freezes in Mexico that destroyed fruit and vegetable crops a few months ago. Add to that inflation, honeybee die-offs, GMO foods, et. al..

Now, I know the traditional Hopis personally, and they store food for 7 years. Early Mormons were told to store for 7 years, and that was revised to 2 years, then later to just 1 year around 1900.

I can also tell you that packing around heavy water-packed food, with a storage life limited to about one year, is insane. 40 or so years ago, nitrogen-packed foods became available... and more recently freeze-dried foods have been all the rage... but is has traditionally been more expensive, and only for the backpacking and outdoor market -- but not anymore!

You can get some FREE SAMPLES from Wise Food's Facebook website.


On a personal note, I was recently considering investing in food insurance, and I actually did the math -- it all came down to comparing the cost of a ONE calorie of typical water packed-foods from WalMart, against Nitrogen-packed food from Nitro-pak, against Wise Foods freeze dried.... and the math convinced me that Wise Foods was the wisest (and cheapest) choice.

So, for the first time in many years, food storage is beginning to make good sense to me once again... but I thought "who can afford it?" Well, if you go to the supermarket right now, and take a look at a can of your favorite meal-in-a-can type of product, it will run around 300 calories, and cost you MORE than a comparable Wise Foods meal... and that Wise Foods meal will store for 25 years with no rotation.   

Vicki Tate, author of Cookin' with Food Storage is a longtime friend, and I highly recommend her book.

Emergency Essentials

Sep 4, 2008 by BT from

No matter if you live alone or with your family, it is important to be prepared for an emergency. Having the emergency essentials to take care of your needs and those of your family is important to helping you make it through an emergency unscathed. Emergencies come in all different forms, including weather, war or terrorist attacks, accidents, natural disasters, and disease. It is important you consider the different types of emergencies so you can gather the emergency essentials that will help your survival and comfort.

Water - Storing Water

Having a backup supply of water is important, for drinking, cooking and cleaning. Although we are used to turning on the faucet and having water, some types of emergencies can occur that can stop the flow of water into our homes, or make water from the tap unfit to drink. By stockpiling one gallon of water per person per day, you can help ensure that dehydration won’t be a concern during an emergency. And don’t forget water for cooking and cleaning.

Stocking water raises the question of what to store it in that keeps the water potable. There is so much concern about plastics and water (or food for that matter) you may want to consider glass, metal or crockery for storing your water. The challenge is finding such containers for reasonable prices. In my opinion, water stored in plastic would be OK for cleaning or flushing the toilet, but I personally don’t want to drink water that’s been stored in plastic. Storing water

Food - Storing Dry Food

Food is necessary for survival and your list of emergency essentials should include some type of food for you and your family. Whether you choose non-perishable MRE’s (meal, ready-to-eat, or K-rations), protein bars, or dried and canned foods, you want to be sure you have at least 3 days worth of food, and more is probably more prudent.

Check out the other Food Storage suggestions, as well as Gadgets and various Emergency articles I have on this site. You should be able to gather lots of useful ideas on what you want to consider an emergency essential.

Shelter and warmth

We all assume that we will be able to take shelter in our homes, but what if your home is destroyed by a hurricane, flood, or other event? Or if you just can’t be in it because of being evacuated, or not having access to it? What would you do then? By having basic components of a shelter, including plastic sheeting and tape, or a tent, you can keep yourself sheltered from the elements. Include blankets or a sleeping bag and maybe a portable heat source to help you to stay warm during the cool and/or damp months as well.


A hand-crank radio or a battery powered radio with extra batteries can allow you to find out information about what is going on around you. This can come in handy for finding help and assistance during an emergency.


A basic first aid kit is definitely an component of emergency essentials. This includes basic bandages, antibiotic ointment, alcohol or iodine, and other supplies to take care of basic first aid needs. Prescription medication and nutrients should be included in your emergency essentials kit as well. If you are not sure how to do first aid, a basic book outlining care can be helpful.


Other supplies you will want to be sure you have as emergency essentials include a flashlight, garbage bags, moist towelettes, dust mask (NI95 is a good type to have), diapers, formula, etc. Any items that you and your family can’t live without should be considered. And don’t forget entertainment options, be it books, toys, music or movies. Keep in mind, however, you may have to carry these items, so you may want to have a priority list of what you have in this list. Weight can be a huge consideration in your decision-making process.

5 Main Enemies to Storing Food

Temperature – Humidity – Light

Nitro-Pak--The Emergency Preparedness Leader

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