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Best Prepper Books

It won’t be long before the days shorten, the temps drop and we’re all spending more inside. What to do? Read! Here are some favorite Prepper fiction and non-fiction books: The Flu by Jaqueline Druga –  (Fiction) This author imagines what would happen if the Spanish Flu, thought to be extinct, resurfaced in the United

Tim, OH

“On October 29th 2012 hurricane Sandy hit Northeast Ohio. We lost power almost immediately. Let me tell you it was a godsend to have hot meals from Wise while waiting to get power on. Wise food products are awesome, easy to use and tasty. You need to have access to water for reconstituting it, but

Mike, SD

“Initially we bought Wise Company foods as a way to have food for camping. Needless to say weeks after getting our Wise packs, we had a three week power outage. First we used canned goods, crackers, and water. Days into it we were so sick of eating the same thing. Thinking of what we could

Laurie, WI

“I have budgeted for preparation products for years. After living through Hurricane Charley on Sanibel Island in 2004. We lost the roof and were months without power. Our relationship could not withstand the stress and the loss. I vowed I would never be caught in such a situation EVER again. I moved from the Island

Missy, NC

“I had never heard of emergency food storage until after going through Hurricane Katrina. I started doing research about what was best for long term storage and came across Wise Comany. I ordered my family (over the course of 4 years, now) enough food to last us for a little over 2 years in an

Foraging

It seems like everybody is headed to the back yard for salad these days! Foraging is a great skill to cultivate.  Now that it’s gaining popularity, there is even more information out there about how to do it well and how to do it safely. If you’re ready to forage for dinner or for a

Choosing the Right Compass

There comes a time in life when you realize that trying to give directions using “right” and “left” is confusing and ineffective. It’s especially ineffective if you’re trying to navigate outside of an urban area. Learning to read a compass and to build compass terms into your vocabulary is a critical survival skill. Direction 101:

Angie, IN

“I am a mother of four. We received a Wise emergency food kit before an ice storm hit our area. Of course at the time of receiving the kit, we really didn’t think that it was going to be of use to us, just a precaution. We were terribly wrong. The ice was inches thick

Hazel, TX

“In my husband, John, was in an accident. For us, it constituted a big, fat, hairy emergency. Fortunately, at about the same time, I phoned Wise Foods and received a selection of entrees, fruit and vegetable side dishes with sauces and breakfasts. There was a great variety, so neither of us got burned out, important

Larry, TX

“We haven’t had a disaster here in Austin lately, but I was deployed to Long Island for the Sandy Hurricane disaster. I’m glad I packed several Wise meals as the food that was available to us was not always the most nutritious. Thanks to Wise I was able to have enjoyable and delicious meals and

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