My Food Storage Deals: Great Christmas gift ideas that can help you be more prepared

Great Christmas gift ideas that can help you be more prepared

>> Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Here are a few GREAT gift ideas for the holidays. There is something for everyone, on any budget:

*First aid kits
*Flashlights for the whole family
*Jumper cables
*Fuel for your camp stoves or grills
*Camping stove
*Water storage containers
*Water purifier (such as the Katadyne)
*Heavy duty work gloves
*Warm winter clothing
*Spices and herbsseeds for the garden
*Nice heavy duty blankets or sleeping bags
*Car kits/back packs
*Bottles/jars for canning
*Dutch oven
*Solar-powered radio (or solar radio/flashlight combo)
*Wheat grinder (hand held or electric)
*Ready-made 72-hour kits
*Pressure cooker (small)
*55-gallon drum for water storage
*Rotating shelf systems (small)
*Large solar oven
*Generators (for information on these, read a Popular Mechanics article here)
*Extra gas canisters filled with gas for your generator (fill up now that gas prices are low :)
*A chest or stand up freezer
*Space heaters
*Extra extension cords
*Snow shovel
*Propane Lanterns
*Other camping supplies
*Giving basic food storage items for Christmas is also a great idea! Bags of wheat, beans, sugar, flour, powdered milk, honey, etc. are all GREAT items that can be bought for under $10 that would be a great gift.

Happy holidays!


Maureen November 20, 2008 at 9:49 AM  

Hi, I don't don't live in Utah anymore but I LOVE your site! My friends and I were wondering if you will be branching out soon to other areas... We would love it if you could do it in the San Diego area.

Monte and Brittany November 20, 2008 at 11:06 AM  

i love reading your blog. ive been trying really hard to get a food storage.. this blog has helped me a lot!! thanks so much!!!

Shaylyn November 22, 2008 at 12:05 PM  

I am giving food storage to my brother and sister-in-law for Christmas and even at our family party where we give "gag gifts." There's nothing gaggy about that if you ask me!

Tiff and Jer November 23, 2008 at 10:12 PM  

I love all the information you have on your blog. I stumbled acrossed it through a friends link. Thank you for all the great ideas.

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