What is in our Newsletters?

Some days I hate the internet. Someone asked me today about samples of our Newsletter and now the email has vanished. With the newsletter just $1.00 per issue I don't have a sample issue but I can tell you the subjects I have covered for the  past two years. 

 

Forex Mentor Affiliate Program JULY 2009

Signs of Dehydration

Questions:

Laundry in an apartment

HAM radio

Self quarantine

Pandemic Review

Get Your House Ready for a Trip

Recipes Using Powdered Milk and Condensed Milk:

Sweetened condensed milk

Graham cracker brownies

Lime pie

Hot cocoa

Chocolate peanut butter candy

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Questions;

Immune suppressed patients

23 Uses for a Mylar blanket

Preparing your home for Invaders

Money Saving in the kitchen

Recipes:

Breakfast burrito

Fruity maple cereal

Blender pancakes

English muffin and egg breakfast

Instant oatmeal

Spaghetti pie

Mexican pizza

Frugal tamale pie

Frugal pork tacos

Rotating Peanut Butter:

Maple peanut butter syrup

Thai peanut sauce

Peanut butter cookies

Peanut butter pie

Peanut butter fruit dip

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What Survivors Have Learned

Evacuation

Fire Starters

Wax Your Own Cheese

Recipes From the Garden:

Zucchini Pizza

Zucchini Patties

Broiled Mozzarella Topped Tomatoes

Skewered meal

Tomatoes and Mozzarella

Frittata

Zucchini Casserole

Italian Biscuit topped Casserole

Italian Salsa

Italian Pasta Stir Fry

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Shelf Life and Proper Storage

Survival Skill: Fire Building

Tuna Can Stove

Pandemic Essentials

Rice Packs

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Basic Skills: Water

Winter Warning You Should Know

Get Your Car Ready For Winterizing

Recipes for Rotating Food Storage:

Tex-Mex Chicken and Rice

Chili Mac

Mongolian Beef

Tortilla Bake

Spicy Orange Beef

Homemade Hot Chocolate

Sour Milk or Buttermilk

Buttermilk

Banana Walnut Muffins

Brownies

Applesauce cake

Music Booster Brownies

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Basic Survival Skills…Shelter

Things to do to Pass the Time When Traveling with Children

Recipes for Gift Giving:

Flavored Popcorn

Cinnamon Honey Butter

Mint Apple Jelly

Hot Chocolate

Chocolate Covered Spoons

Glazed Almonds

Sugared Walnuts

Almond Bark

Dip It

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Basic Survival Skills…Signaling

Ground to Air Rescue Signals

When Power Fails in Winter

Make Your Own Master Mixes

Recipes:

Cowboy Salsa

Split Pea Soup

Taco Soup

Apple Crisp

Apple Cake

Autumn Salad

Fried Rice

Karen's Whole Wheat Waffles

Karen's Cornbread Master Mix

Crock Pot Chicken

Focaccia or Pizza

Seasoned Tomato Sauce

Chili Verde

Kids Friendly Recipes:

Instant Oatmeal

English Muffin and Egg Breakfast

Spaghetti Pie

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Making Room For Your General Store

Tip of the Week:

Winter Weather

Family and Individual Photos for Emergency Kits

Travel

72 Hour Kits

Signs of Frostbite

Basic Survival Skills:Water

Recipes:

Crock Pot Chili Verde

White Chicken Chili

Avocado Dip

Breakfast Casserole

Dehydrated Substitution Recipes:

Hamburger Soup

Minestrone Soup

Refried Bean Soup

Spanish Rice

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52 Weeks to Three Month Food Storage

Ordinary Items: Great Survival Tools

Protecting Your Identity

Providing Refuge

Getting Children Involved in Preparedness

Foil Dinners

Recipes: Foil Dinners

Cheeseburger Dinner

Taco Time

Recipes: Power Outage

Instant Oatmeal

Orange Muffins

Buttermilk Biscuits

Breads:

Whole Wheat Bread

Whole Wheat Pancakes

Pull Apart Herb Bread

Germade Bread

Cornbread

Four Bean Salad

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Dental Floss as a Survival Tool

Bread Making

Preparing for City Dwellers

Storing Food Safely

Dutch Oven Cooking

Recipes: Dutch Oven

Easiest Ever Bread

Dutch oven German Puff Pancake with Apples

Dutch Oven Sheepherder's Bread

Biscuits

Texas Dutch Oven Pot Roast

White Bean Chili

Dutch Oven S'more Pie

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Apple Cobbler

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Civil Unrest:

Water

Escape Plan

Get a Tent

Safe Rooms Safe Havens

More Bread Making

Making Charcoal

Mosquito Season

Recipes:

Easiest Ever Bread

Dutch Oven Sheepherder's Bread

Biscuits

Pita bread

Orange Muffins

Instant Oatmeal

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Auto Accidents

Emergency Auto Kits

Vehicle Collision Report Form

Summer Dangers

Summer Safety Tips

Bucket List For Kids and Adults

Teach Cooking

Recipes:

Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast Sundaes

Breakfast Smoothies

Tater Rolls

Pancake Roll-up

Breakfast Cups

French Toast

Apple Pancakes

Banana Maple Cereal

Granola

There you go….those are the topics covered in year one. Articles are designed to be copied and placed into your own personal preparedness binder. Back issues for first year of the Newsletter July 2009- June 2010 may be purchased for only $12.00. Year two July 2010-June 2011 will be available in the next two days. I'm hurrying so you will have the info to get through, and thrive after, Irene. 

2 Responses to “What is in our Newsletters?”

  1. Jeanette says:

    I noticed that on your last post you clarified why it was important to have your freezer full of frozen items before a possible power outage caused by a hurricane, etc., a predictable event.  The person who commented thought that it would be a disaster financially to lose a freezer full of food in a prolonged power outage.  Essentially what you pointed out was that a freezer full of cold air is going to warm up and thaw whatever food is in there faster than a freezer filled up with mostly filled water bottles that were frozen.  That type of full freezer would keep the food in it longer than the air-filled freezer. 
    I was thinking today that the same principle would probably work in the fridge part also.  If you don't have a  lot of food in your fridge, you could also fill it up with containers of water well before the hurricane cut the power out.  It seems to me that a fridge full of cold water would stay cold longer also.  Then the milk and cheese and eggs, etc. would also stay cold longer.  When there is only one or two people in a home, they may not have as much food in the fridge–or may not even be able at that time to afford to have as much food in the fridge as they would like.  Or, they may have gone to the store and the shelves were empty.  So, if they fill the fridge with containers of water, it should keep what little they do  have in the fridge cold longer.  What do you think?

  2. Carolyn says:

    I would turn the fridge down to the coldest setting but not freezing and it couldn’t hurt to fill it full too. I would also unscrew the light bulb as it also produces heat and any heat you can avoid is a good thing.

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