Journal of Civil Defense 2009 Vol. 42 No. 1 Food Preservation

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In this issue of the Journal of Civil Defense, we discuss food preservation techniques, food dating, and many other valuable tips on survival based on food.

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Journal of Civil Defense 2009 Vol. 42 No. 1 Food Preservation

In this issue of the Journal of Civil Defense, we discuss food preservation techniques, food dating, and many other valuable tips on survival based on food. Many of you have planted gardens this spring, wondering how your food stocks would be preserved if you suddenly lost power. Lightening and ice storms, high winds, tornados, and hurricanes all pose threats of a short-term power loss. Short-term power outages are easily managed. Eat from the refrigerator first, the freezer second, and the pantry last. Anything longer than a week, however, becomes a challenge. Inspired by a request from a reader, we have included several
fine articles on food preservation. We hope you will find them to be helpful.

IN THIS ISSUE:

2 President’s Message

Annual Meeting Agenda

From the Editor

3 Letters to the Editor

4 Food Dating

Codes, dates and what they mean.

5 Cruising Without the Fridge

By Beth A. Leonard

Fridge-free tips and tricks that work even in the tropics.

13 The Traveler

By John S. Farnam

Meth labs in motels.

14 The Pressure Cooker: An Overlooked Preparedness Tool

By N.J. SurvivalBlog.com, Jim Rawles (JWR)

17 My Daughter’s Death Will Not Be In Vain!

Darrell Scott’s testimony given before the House Judiciary

subcommittee on crime.

18 Living a Sheltered Life

By Paul Seyfried and Sharon Packer

Shelter design.

20 North Korean Threat

Is it real?

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Weight 7 oz
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × 0.19 in

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