Have you ever been on a camping trip that lasts longer than originally planned, and run out of food due to a power outage or natural disaster? If you have ever been in this situation, then you know all too well that it would have been nice to have been prepared for it. There are some simple things to have packed in case of such emergencies. Most of all, if you are not alone, then you will unquestionably want to make sure your family is safe. Keeping these steps in mind could make a life changing difference.
- Have a plan - make sure your family knows where to meet in case of an emergency.
- Have a safety kit - make sure to have essentials such as, a fire starter, radio batteries, and first aid supplies.
- Keep important documents in a safe box - such as ID’s, Social Security card, and medical information.
- Keep updated items in your kit - check every now and then to make sure that no medicine is expired.
Now that we have discussed the importance of safety and survival, another key point to remember is nourishment. You will still need to eat. It is not easy to keep food and expect it not to spoil. So, you might want to consider Freeze dried food. Freeze dried food is very crucial to a survival kit. They are very light weight and compact in size. These packs of freeze dried foods (also known as rations) are characterized by their extreme simplicity in terms of size and is very ideal for carrying in backpacks.
Before you judge on what you might think about taste and satisfaction, there is an expanded number of flavors that some may sure to entice you. First, there are the known basics, such as granola bars, cereal, nuts and dried berries. But, did you know that there is a lot more to offer than that? They have made some delicious flavors such as Savory Stroganoff, South West Rice and Beans, Roasted Chicken, Teriyaki Chicken, Cheesy Beef and Roasted Beef. Another great benefit of having these pouches of nourishment is that they have a 15- year shelf life, so you wouldn’t have to worry about them spoiling any time soon.
Guilio Lacchetty has displayed the contents of army rations for an exhibition, providing the daily diets of the worlds’ military. This item was originally intended for issue to airborne troops, tank corps, motorcycle couriers, and other tactile/mobile forces. The rations included three meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. According to The Daily Mail , the sample illustrates the variety of menus and the different quantities of calories that are provided.
These rations are still being used today out in the battle field and on spaceships. Now, luckily enough we as an everyday people can also have these in our homes just in case of an emergency. Please, feel free to browse our website at www.cpr-savers.com and order some delicious freeze-dried foods today!