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Learn how to carefully and efficiently stock your pantry to create delicious, nutritious meals for your whole family even during turbulent periods and disasters with the cookbook that Real Food Living says has "great ideas for even the seasoned prepper." When pandemics, disasters and catastrophic economic collapse cripples society, grocery store shelves can empty out within Learn how to carefully and efficiently stock your pantry to create delicious, nutritious meals for your whole family even during turbulent periods and disasters with the cookbook that Real Food Living says has "great ideas for even the seasoned prepper." When pandemics, disasters and catastrophic economic collapse cripples society, grocery store shelves can empty out within days. But if you follow this book’s plan for stocking, organizing and maintaining a proper emergency food supply, your family will have plenty to eat for weeks, months or even years, with comforting, nutritious meals such as: • French Toast • Black Bean Soup • Chicken Pot Pie • Beef Stroganoff • Fish Tacos • Potatoes Croquette • Asian Ramen Salad • Quinoa Tabouli • Rice Pilaf • Buttermilk Biscuits • Peach Cobbler  . . . and much more Packed with tips for off-grid cooking, canning charts for over 20 fruits and vegetables, and checklists for the best emergency pantry items, The Prepper’s Cookbook will have you turning shelf-stable, freeze-dried and dehydrated foods into delicious, nutritious dishes your family will love eating.   "The Prepper’s Cookbook is an excellent resource and foundation that covers many topics of preparation. Especially helpful for the seeker and the new-to-prepping, however, there are great ideas for even the seasoned prepper." —Real Food Living   "It’s more than a cookbook. It’s also a handy guide for beginning preppers who have wondered, 'So what do I actually do with all this extra food I’m buying?'" —The Survival Mom


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Learn how to carefully and efficiently stock your pantry to create delicious, nutritious meals for your whole family even during turbulent periods and disasters with the cookbook that Real Food Living says has "great ideas for even the seasoned prepper." When pandemics, disasters and catastrophic economic collapse cripples society, grocery store shelves can empty out within Learn how to carefully and efficiently stock your pantry to create delicious, nutritious meals for your whole family even during turbulent periods and disasters with the cookbook that Real Food Living says has "great ideas for even the seasoned prepper." When pandemics, disasters and catastrophic economic collapse cripples society, grocery store shelves can empty out within days. But if you follow this book’s plan for stocking, organizing and maintaining a proper emergency food supply, your family will have plenty to eat for weeks, months or even years, with comforting, nutritious meals such as: • French Toast • Black Bean Soup • Chicken Pot Pie • Beef Stroganoff • Fish Tacos • Potatoes Croquette • Asian Ramen Salad • Quinoa Tabouli • Rice Pilaf • Buttermilk Biscuits • Peach Cobbler  . . . and much more Packed with tips for off-grid cooking, canning charts for over 20 fruits and vegetables, and checklists for the best emergency pantry items, The Prepper’s Cookbook will have you turning shelf-stable, freeze-dried and dehydrated foods into delicious, nutritious dishes your family will love eating.   "The Prepper’s Cookbook is an excellent resource and foundation that covers many topics of preparation. Especially helpful for the seeker and the new-to-prepping, however, there are great ideas for even the seasoned prepper." —Real Food Living   "It’s more than a cookbook. It’s also a handy guide for beginning preppers who have wondered, 'So what do I actually do with all this extra food I’m buying?'" —The Survival Mom

30 review for The Prepper's Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brianna Graham

    Growing up without a lot has made me extra frugal as a parent and homemaker. I've always meal prepped and used meat sparingly to stretch ingredients into multiple mealtimes. This last year with current events have pushed me to try even more to stretch what we have and be more prepared. This book has been on my list for a while and I finally purchased it thinking I would keep as a reference but what was supposed to be a quick glance through turned into reading through the whole thing within a cou Growing up without a lot has made me extra frugal as a parent and homemaker. I've always meal prepped and used meat sparingly to stretch ingredients into multiple mealtimes. This last year with current events have pushed me to try even more to stretch what we have and be more prepared. This book has been on my list for a while and I finally purchased it thinking I would keep as a reference but what was supposed to be a quick glance through turned into reading through the whole thing within a couple of hours, learning so much and taking notes throughout. Though this is listed as a "Preppers" book and is very much that, it also just has a multitude of meals that can be made regularly, with reasonable substitutes, along with simple, basic recipes, such as tortillas and no rise bread. It also has tons of information on canning, which I did not have any prior knowledge on, but was so easy to follow the step by step instructions. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to learn basic recipes, substitution in meals and baking, and how to be more frugal and prepared with your groceries.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lora Reed

    This book is an easy-to-read, excellent source for everything you need to know about food prepping for disasters. This book has everything a beginning prepper needs to know to get started on their stockpiling. From how to store your food, which kinds of food to store, where to store your food to recipes for your stored food, this book has it all!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sherri

    There's a lot of good info and lip-smacking recipes in here. This is more about being frugal than a "Doomsday Prepper". I was interested in canning ideas or new recipes. Not a lot of photos but good info. There's a lot of good info and lip-smacking recipes in here. This is more about being frugal than a "Doomsday Prepper". I was interested in canning ideas or new recipes. Not a lot of photos but good info.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jena

    So much good information here, including lists for foods that would be nutritious and taste good during emergencies.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Summer Meyers

    I'm glad I purchased it. The beginning section about canning, storing etc I found the most valuable. The recipes look good (can't say I've tried them yet) but I like how she incorporates what you would theoretically store with them. In an emergency you would be able to use most of these recipes (if you had a way to cook them) but there are a few that need eggs. I was hoping for more "meals in a jar" sort of thing, which this is not. But it doesn't negate its usefulness. I'm glad I purchased it. The beginning section about canning, storing etc I found the most valuable. The recipes look good (can't say I've tried them yet) but I like how she incorporates what you would theoretically store with them. In an emergency you would be able to use most of these recipes (if you had a way to cook them) but there are a few that need eggs. I was hoping for more "meals in a jar" sort of thing, which this is not. But it doesn't negate its usefulness.

  6. 5 out of 5

    K B

    I don't think you can build a comprehensive pantry to "survive any disaster" as claimed on the back cover. The cookbook briefly covers methods of long-term food storage and then includes some basic recipes. Most of these are basic cooking recipes as found in any cookbook. A few use dehydrated foods, as would be expected in a prepper cookbook. As far as a basic cookbook goes, the recipes look decent. It's just not what I would expect in looking at a "prepper cookbook". I don't think you can build a comprehensive pantry to "survive any disaster" as claimed on the back cover. The cookbook briefly covers methods of long-term food storage and then includes some basic recipes. Most of these are basic cooking recipes as found in any cookbook. A few use dehydrated foods, as would be expected in a prepper cookbook. As far as a basic cookbook goes, the recipes look decent. It's just not what I would expect in looking at a "prepper cookbook".

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Excellent! This book included so many helpful tips that I had never even considered. There are a few pages devoted to tips for adding items to canned foods to make them go farther-like adding instant potato flakes and dry milk powder to canned cream corn to make a thick corn chowder. I need to buy a copy of this book. It's very handy. Excellent! This book included so many helpful tips that I had never even considered. There are a few pages devoted to tips for adding items to canned foods to make them go farther-like adding instant potato flakes and dry milk powder to canned cream corn to make a thick corn chowder. I need to buy a copy of this book. It's very handy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Denise Cochran

    Loved this book-great recipes-and great directions!!! I am now going to purchase!

  9. 4 out of 5

    BlueDaisy

  10. 4 out of 5

    Woodseli

  11. 4 out of 5

    Leigh Hinton-Ridling

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    Aeokie

  13. 4 out of 5

    Marian Prince

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    Kelly

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    Jill

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    Jenny Cubbage

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    Jane

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    Megan

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    Ricky Smithson

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    Kathryn Sievers

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    Patricia Fowler

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    Brittany Hall

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    Stephen F Koch

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    Melissa Van parys

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    Becca Carroll

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sandi

  30. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Huehnerhoff

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