prepping passionately
Passionate Preppers
Three rules for passionate Preppers + cool products

Faith in yourself is the ultimate survival tool. You've always known in your heart the
right thing to do and the inner voice inside will guide you to preparing in the right
way. In times of extreme need, it is your passion that is an assurance for the future.
Unfortunately, sometimes, the people in your life don't see things the same way in
the beginning of your prepping efforts.

At first spouses and significant others will argue about lack of storage space, or the
amount of finances you devote to the passion of prepping to inhibit your progress.
Don't worry, be a Happy Prepper! Here are some tips to help you keep your passion
for prepping (and keep your sanity, too). Eventually those who know about your
prepping will give way. Until that time, here are some good rules to follow when
you're passionate about prepping and others in your life aren't...

Three rules about prepping:

    1. Don't talk about prepping. First rule of Prep Club is don't talk about Prep
    Club! Go about your passion quietly. As you clear space and buy products to
    store, just reiterate the "Be Prepared" scouting motto if anyone asks. It's
    reasonable to be prepared for hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes. No one
    will fault you for that. Just don't talk about an end of the world scenario.

    2. Involve others in prepping covertly. Ask covert prepping questions, such
    as who might take the kids in the event the unthinkable should occur. Arrange
    a camping trip to hone basic skills for building a fire, pitching a tent, fishing and
    hiking long distances. Kids will love camping in the back yard, making food in a
    solar oven, or trying freeze dried foods too. They won't even know they're
    prepping. They'll just think they're having fun.

    3 Give everyone time. When the first news of an earthquake, tsunami,
    tornado, hurricane or other disaster hits the news elsewhere, count your
    blessings. Discuss the relief efforts underway and see how you might help.
    See what transforms in the people around you. Finally, know that prepping
    isn't for everyone, though everyone should prep just a little. When the time is
    right, arrange a morale booster.

Cool Products for Passionate Preppers
No matter what stage of prepping your at, these products should either be on your
wish list or your buy now list, if you're a Happy Prepper.

1. Solar Shower: Imagine enjoying a refreshing warm shower even when you're off
the grid. The portable shower, pictured immediate right does just that. Fill it and
allow it to soak in the sun and you'll feel fresh again in no time.

2. WonderWash. The WonderWash, pictured right, uses far less water than even
hand washing, and it uses no electricity either. You turn
laundry by hand and
therefore economically sound, and great for environment.

3. Canned bacon. Yoder's canned meats are produced in the Amish tradition. Grass
fed hamburger in a can and even real beef taco filling are delicious, but the highlight
for passionate preppers is the
canned bacon. You'll be in hog heaven during a
zombie apocalypse with tactical bacon.

4. Seed Sprouter. The Victorio VKP1014 4-Tray Kitchen Seed Sprouter, pictured
below is an easy way to produce fresh, high-quality organic sprouts year round.

5. Gas Mask. You can buy an Israeli gas mask with NATO filters for just $25.90 (and
this includes the shipping). Israeli gas mask with NATO filters, pictured right, has
366+ POSITIVE feedback ratings.

6 Essential Prepper cooking equipment:

  • Dutch oven: A Dutch oven, pictured right, is a cauldron of sorts. It's a
    seasoned cooking pot made from cast iron. This healthy style cooking allows
    you to cook in a variety of ways, including directly on the fire, over a fire or on
    a stove with flames, such as the Volcano oven. It's ideal for survival prepping
    because it's so versatile, but you'll also enjoy the pot as part of your everyday

  • Volcano oven:  Pictured right, a Volcano oven isn't really an oven, it's a stove,
    but it works with a dutch oven that isn't an oven either. Pair it with a dutch
    oven without feet.

  • Camp Chef oven: Pictured immediate left, the camp chef oven will help you
    bake muffins, cakes, breads and casseroles.

7. Manual Kitchen tools. See the list of the survival kitchen tools to buy now while
they are still available.

Happy Endings...
Being prepared brings its own set of rewards.

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