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hi it’s AlaskGgranny Alaska Prepper I wanted to share with you today some easy tips on how to
get started prepping easy ways to start prepping whether you’ve been
prepping for a long time maybe you’ve
started as a prepper but you’re not sure what to do next
or you haven’t begun preparing for emergencies at all these are
some easy tips ways to start prepping and a checklist that you
can go through and see how you’re doing
figure out what to do next a great place
to start prepping beginning preppers is with food storage it’s important to have a good supply of
easy to open food that is simple to prepare foods in your pantry if you can make meals for
several days a few weeks even a month
having that food on hand prepper pantry is a wonderful
way to ensure your family security long term food storage it doesn’t have to be some apocalypse for
you to need to go to your pantry and be
able to prepare a meal from food storage what if someone
in your family is sick and you can’t go
out to the store what if there’s a
winter storm and the roads are closed or
it’s just too dangerous to go out and
drive around there’s always the
possibility that you could lose your job
or get cut back at work and have fewer
hours we don’t ever want to become
redundant at work or get laid off but it
does happen and most of the time it’s
when we least expect it
having a full pantry with foods that are
easy to open easy to prepare and have a
several years shelf life things that you
know how to cook and that your family
will eat those are the kind of foods you
want to stock up on plan them as meals
don’t just put random food in your
pantry plan on how you’re going to use
the food storage items that you choose what can you
have for breakfast what will you serve
for lunch what can you make for dinner
and what about some snacks store foods
that you would normally eat and then
rotate them and add more you don’t have
to buy a month’s worth of extra food all
at once many of us can’t afford that but
when you go to the store every time
choose an additional item or two the
foods that you use everybody can figure
out how to get an extra can of sue
another can of chili another box of
cereal something that you know your
family will eat think of your food as a
working pantry foods that you normally
eat and you’ve planned into your meals
how you’re going to use them and have
extras of those things on hand along
with food we need a supply of fresh
drinking water we can’t always rely that
our water will be running or that the
water flowing from the tabs hasn’t been
contaminated in some way you can buy
extra bottles of water at the store you
can refill a variety of empty food
containers wash and rinse them very well
and then you can refill them with clean
drinking water if the water coming out
of your tap is already safe for you to
drink you don’t need to do anything
extra to the water that you’re going to
store just put on the lid and store it
in a cool dark place
never store water in old milk jugs it’s
nearly impossible to remove all of the
milk residue and they’re simply not a
sturdy container and trust me you will
have leaking problems you’ll have
disasters if you try to reuse milk
containers and you won’t have the water
that you would need to in any kind of an
emergency water takes up a lot of room
and it’s very heavy so make sure before
you buy a large water storage container
that you know where you’re going to put
it how you’re going to fill it up and
that you’ll be able to move it or
relocate it if you need to another great
tip is to have a water purification
filter if you run out of the stored
water that you have then you’ll be able
to filter and purify any other water
whether it’s flowing into your house or
whether you get it from a secondary
source so that you can continue to have
safe drinking water know that some of
the water that you’ll store will be used
for things like hygiene dish washing so
fill a few extra containers of water and
stick them under your sink in your
kitchen and your bathroom so that you
have extra water available where you’re
likely to need it stash some cash money
– there are all kinds of emergencies
where a few extra dollars can go a long
way to smoothing out an emergency type
situation try to have small bills
collect them a little at a time save
them up everybody can afford to put away
a few dollars at a time because if you
think times their heart now what would
you do if times were worse and that does
happen to many of us lots of times so
having the extra cash on hand gives you
an emergency fund whether you need to
fill up the gas of your car you need to
give your kids a few dollars for
something they need for school or you
are in a real emergency situation and
say the power is out and ATMs don’t work
you’ll have cash to continue to provide
the things that you really need keep
your gas tank in your car as full as
possible never let it go below a half a
tank when you don’t fill it up somewhere
you could find yourself in the middle of
the night when someone is sick and you
need to go to the hospital and if it’s
any kind of a distance and you haven’t
filled up the tank of your car you could
have a real emergency on your hand there
are also times when there are fuel
shortages and then gas is just not
trucks maybe can’t get through or there are oil embargoes there’s all kinds of
reasons you might find that gas is not
available when you go to the gas station
I know I’ve experienced that many times
plus if you live in an area where you
have an emergency evacuation from a
forest fire or hurricane your gas tank
is full and you need to evacuate or go
somewhere in an emergency you’re already
ready to go put yourself your Bug Out
Bag in your car and off you can go if
you needed to declutter your home a few
minutes each day look at one drawer in
your kitchen one bedside table get rid
of the things that you aren’t using
clear it up so that you can organize
that you do want and you do need then
organize the things you have in a way
that makes sense put together candles
batteries flashlights put together fire
starting equipment get some lighters
matches dryer lint cotton balls Vaseline
you probably have a lot of that stuff
around your home but it may be scattered
and disorganized and if you clear out a
little bit sort your things out just do
it a little at a time a few minutes
every single day and before you know it
you’ll realize you already have a lot of
prepping gear it was just scattered
around and you didn’t realize it and if
we don’t know where our things are
they’re not useful to us at all think of
ways to use what you already have figure
out how they’re useful to you or how you
could use them in an everyday
environment how you could use them in an emergency and the more you think about
the things you have you could come up
with creative ways to use those things
in every extra way that you figure out
how to use something it means that it’s
one less thing you need to buy because
you already know how to make it out of
what you have there are a lot of ways
that prepping is just interesting it’s
fun it’s creative it helps you have
peace of mind that you have what you
need and also gives you the confidence
that you can make the best of each day
you can figure out what to do next
using the things that you have not sure
prepping is for you try looking at the
news tonight and see if there’s anything
that sparks a little bit of reasoning in
your mind of why maybe you want to
become a prepper too
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  1. It's always worth reminding yourself of the basics every so often, we were all beginners once.

    Some good tips here.

  2. Another great video AG. You teach us that prepping is both a mindset and lifestyle not a short term activity. Thank you. K

  3. I was wondering if you could ask your channel if any of them are in Nebraska and looking to join a prepping group

  4. MOST YOUNG PEOPLE don't have a 2-weeks supply of food in their homes. Many depend on fast food restaurants, pizza delivery, or food delivery services like "Grub Hub". NONE OF THESE will be available in a crisis ! During Hurricane Irma (2017 – Florida), much of the State lost electric power. We discovered that most supermarkets, pharmacies, and banks do NOT have emergency generators – and were all CLOSED. Same with most restaurants. IF YOU DON'T HAVE FOOD STORED, and some way to cook it, YOU WILL GO HUNGRY !

  5. Thank you for your video.
    Did you miss me?
    I missed you but I new you would "show up" again, .. and here you are.
    I deleted myself, .. POOF
    A youboob suicide. Took a beak, and now I'm back, … worse than ever.
    Besides, my old account was seven years old and you know, after seven years, every cell in your body is new, so that old past me is long gone and "dead". RIP!
    It's getting late to start prepping. Never too late, but it's sure going to cost people more to start prepping now. Just the cost of living these days.
    Are you watching the prices as I am?
    Just in the past year that I've been seriously prepping, the prices are going up, and going up fast.
    I bought the largest bag of Skim Milk powder the store had, and it cost me about $28 Canadian.
    Instant No Name coffee? $2.99 a year ago, now $4.99. Same store. I'm thinking of throwing some serious money that way and stashing a whack of instant coffee. Not that I don't have lots stashed, … Still. "If" I had of thrown $300 towards buying instant coffee a year ago, it would be worth $500 today. But don't fool yourself because all "food investments" are bound to turn to sh!t. True story.
    And dry beans? They were "on sale" for two bags of 2 lb each for $5. I threw $10 towards them and filled four quart mason jars and had lots left over for the house pantry. I figure a quart mason jar holds about 750 grams of black eyed beans. lol I complained last year when the price of dry beans hit a dollar a lb, now they are $1.25 and that's on sale. A two pound bag of mung beans cost almost $5. It's freaking nuts.
    I "found" 15 dozen eggs.
    Now I've pickled lots of eggs in my past but I still have lots of pickled eggs from the last batch I made. So this time I did some research and taught myself how to "hot pack" and water bath pickled eggs. So far, so good. I can fit 11 to 13 eggs in a quart depending on the size of the egg but most average out to about 12 a quart.
    And the "dry goods" I got bottled and vacuumed with an oxygen absorber today blew my mind. There's must of been ten half pints of assorted spices and thirty pints and quarts of other assorted dry goods. And I've been "lucking out" with the spices lately. Man, they have been fresh. I love it when I bust open those heavy duty plastic bags they come packed in to repack into glass mason jars, and the smell hits me. Found some huge bags of course ground black pepper in the "international" section of our big box store for $7. I must pick up more. You can even smell this pepper through the wrap. You know it's good pepper when, …. I also found bags of whole peppercorns at the local dollar store for $2, … they are a new item and I only bought two to take home and "see". When I busted them open to repack, they were fantastic as well. Picking up more of them as well.
    Have a great one.