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Failing to plan is planning to fail.

…and

Chance favors the prepared.

are two mantras to live by when mapping out what you need to do.

There are many factors to consider when planning for your gluten free emergency. Food is only one of them. You need to consider other things as well. Back up power and electricity options, cooking alternatives, water storage, communications, home protection, and connecting with other prepared individuals in your community should all be a part of your contingency plan. Don’t forget that emergencies are not something we can accurately predict, so planning for the absolute worst should also be part of your mindset. Consider that you might need other tools that could prove to be invaluable should the emergency last longer than anticipated.

 

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