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Paleo, Primal, and Real Food Storage & Disaster Preparedness

Paleo, Primal, and Real Food Storage & Disaster Preparedness

For most of the last 11 years, I've lived in cities with higher-than-average risk for natural disasters. More specifically: I've lived in hurricane risk areas. From 2002-2008, I lived in the wonderful city of New Orleans, Louisiana. And yes, I was there in 2005 to see first-hand the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. I am grateful to my friends who convinced me to evacuate just in the nick of time, but just a few weeks later, I was back in the city, and was lucky to be staying with people who had properly prepared to deal with a (very) extended power outage and lack of potable tap water. For the past year and a half, I've lived in Miami Beach, FL. So, food storage and preparedness is something I've got quite a bit of experience with and take very seriously. However, I am somewhat new to the concept of maintaining a Paleo/Primal/Real Food way of eating during a hurricane. Find out what I keep in my hurricane kit now in this post. 

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