Food and Water in the Home

As a man you need to fuel your body, so keep good for you foods in stock and ready to be cooked at home. Don’t think having food means the ketchup packets from the Drive-thru and a loaf of bread in your pantry. Keep Milk, Eggs, Cheese, Bread, Peanut butter, Jelly, Veggies and Fruit, Meat and pasta, rice and beans, salt, pepper and sugar in good supply (or whatever heathy foods you need to keep you going.  You can keep your cost low by purchasing a little extra every time you shop. I suggest you keep a minimum of 10 days’ worth of meals in your pantry at all times for you and everyone that you are responsible for in your home. Over stock on the foods that don’t go bad or that can be frozen. And  men, learn to cook, It will save you money and comes in handy when you are caring for others.

We all have access to Water, but a little beyond what comes from your tap, It is wise to keep a little extra socked away for an emergency, If you are in an area that is prone to unforeseen events, such as Earthquakes, Snow Storms, Tornados, or local flooding or even forecast events like Hurricanes (They don’t sneak up on you) or snow storms then you should have about a gallon of water per day per person in the home that can last about five days. Ten if you have the room. I live in an area that has Hurricanes and floods, and when the city is at the grocery store trying to stock up at the last moment, I am watching them on TV on the news.

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