Top 10 Foods to Hoard for “The End of the



Preppers take steps to prepare for everyday challenges, as well as the possibility of a devastating apocalyptic event that could catapult our world back to the late 1800s. No power, no natural gas, no running water, no sewer, and no well-stocked grocery store around the corner.

What are the most valuable foods to hoard for an apocalyptic event, when the world as we know it comes to an end? A substantial stash of basic high-calorie grains, legumes, and dried vegetables, along with a few basic staples that are difficult to produce at home, may prove highly valuable during an extended grid-down or other survival events.

In this video, we share our top 10 picks for foods to store to prepare for incredibly challenging times. The top 10 list includes:

1. Grains
2. Beans and Legumes
3. Potato flakes
4. Dehydrated vegetables
5. White sugar
6. Honey
7. Salt
8. Baking soda
9. Vinegar
10. Ascorbic acid

Oils and fats are also important but they will go rancid and are not long term storage items. Make sure to store them with your short term storage items.

To learn more about the foods that you should consider hoarding go to The Provident Prepper: Top 10 Foods to Hoard for “The End of the World as We Know It”

Top 10 Foods to Hoard for “The End of the World as We Know It”

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We hope that you will get busy and make some progress to build your survival food storage. You may be interested in exploring some of these links.

The least expensive, quality, long term basic food storage can be purchased at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Home Storage Centers. They have just a few basics but the prices are less expensive than anywhere else. You do not need to be a member to purchase food storage.
To find one near you go to:
https://providentliving.churchofjesuschrist.org/food-storage/home-storage-center-locations-map?lang=eng

The next best place is their online store at

https://store.churchofjesuschrist.org/usa/en/food-storage-3074457345616678849-1?catalogId=3074457345616676768&langId=-1&storeId=10151&krypto=eL%2FwAL4cwHBsawit60DqTjm4qO2hl8p5I6yN%2FPI4qUWZEC7ILPqhtvVhO9FAJ4SguhkiEwzrg%2FITTX5d%2FPhOShZ4sbYntVN9tAFzYUdp70ASu0%2Bbh17oE8EKlIJ9PQqIMuVHMtG8iBzoH4U9aR1tWMkkqZPRBGA86YmXS2zNDVQ%3D&ddkey=https%3ASetCurrencyPreference

Once you have the basics we recommend purchasing from Auguson Farms at https://www.augasonfarms.com/?avad=243073_f1900a3b5. They have a wide variety of foods packaged for long term storage.

You can also purchase Auguson Farms products on Amazon.

White rice https://amzn.to/2Rls6rv
Rolled oats https://amzn.to/3aAOoNr
Corn https://amzn.to/2var4FY
Pinto beans https://amzn.to/2GkFXbf
Black beans https://amzn.to/3aztI8y
Lentils https://amzn.to/2GiMq6u
Peas https://amzn.to/36ryBNT
Vegetable pack https://amzn.to/2v9DLAT
Carrots https://amzn.to/36o9GdK
Potato slices https://amzn.to/2Rjr6UF
Onions https://amzn.to/2NUHskr

You might be interested in these also:

Einkorn grain https://amzn.to/38rf6Gu

Country Living Grain Mill https://amzn.to/38D2Gvl

L-Ascorbic Acid Powder https://amzn.to/2TQmsPG

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