Free Food Storage Buyers Guide

food guide

When you really first start prepping and are getting your food stocks going it can be overwhelming.  Knowing where to start and the benefits and limitations of your food storage will definitely help out in the future. has written a great in depth guide on some of the problems and how to pick your storage food for prepping.  They have allowed us to give it out to our readers to educate preppers on what types of food and how much food we should have.  They also have some great tips for storing food and do a great job of going over the storage foods that are out there.

The one thing they don’t go over(as it is only about food storage types of food), but can be very beneficial during a TEOTWAWKI scenario is what I call renewable foods.  Renewable foods would be your garden veggies and fruits and trees.  This could also include rabbits, guinea pigs, goats, cattle and chickens.  These are the type of food that will keep producing and can be reasonably priced and easy on upkeep.  It is also a good thing to learn and new knowledge is one of the most important things for a Prepper.

Click on the picture below to download the PDF Food Storage Buyers Guide.  You will need a PDF reader to view it but most computers are equipped with one.  If not download it from

Food Storage Buyers Guide

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I am Josh the owner of Beat The End. I am a prepper and trying to be more self sufficient. The most likely thing I am preparing for is an economic meltdown/civil unrest. I am a hunter, fisherman and outdoors man. I have also made a part of the website to explain and inform to my readers the importance of liberty and freedom and libertarianism. If you would like to see the political part of the site please go to

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