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howdy .... and welcome to the forum and family...there's quiet a few knowledgable folks here that'll gladly tell ya what you need to know,or at least point ya in the right direction and/or give ya a good idea or 2..and by all means jump right on in with any replys you have on a topic.and start new topics if/when needed....
 

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A Warm Welcome! Start with a can or two everytime you go to the supermarket. a bit here and a bit there will be a lot in no time.
 

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Hi there, glad to have more people coming to there senses all the time! I'm from N.E Ga. If I can ever answer any questions I'd be glad to. I prep in lots of different ways but have been focusing on food production and storage alot in the last couple years. Even if I never have another emergency in my lifetime, I eat so much healthier and have better tasting stuff than the grocery store. Another area I've been working towards is being able to function without electricity. Having a secondary heat source, alternative ways to cook, and one really important thing is being able to heat water because I hate a cold shower. Don't get me wrong, I love all our modern conviences, I just want to still be comfortable if we loose them.
 

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