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Learn how to carefully and efficiently stock your pantry to create delicious, nutritious meals for your whole family even during turbulent periods and disasters with the cookbook that Real Food Living says has "great ideas for even the seasoned prepper."

When pandemics, disasters and catastrophic economic collapse cripples society, grocery store shelves can empty out within days. But if you follow this book’s plan for stocking, organizing and maintaining a proper emergency food supply, your family will have plenty to eat for weeks, months or even years, with comforting, nutritious meals such as:

• French Toast
• Black Bean Soup
• Chicken Pot Pie
• Beef Stroganoff
• Fish Tacos
• Potatoes Croquette
• Asian Ramen Salad
• Quinoa Tabouli
• Rice Pilaf
• Buttermilk Biscuits
• Peach Cobbler
. . . and much more

Packed with tips for off-grid cooking, canning charts for over 20 fruits and vegetables, and checklists for the best emergency pantry items, The Prepper’s Cookbook will have you turning shelf-stable, freeze-dried and dehydrated foods into delicious, nutritious dishes your family will love eating.

"The Prepper’s Cookbook is an excellent resource and foundation that covers many topics of preparation. Especially helpful for the seeker and the new-to-prepping, however, there are great ideas for even the seasoned prepper." —Real Food Living

"It’s more than a cookbook. It’s also a handy guide for beginning preppers who have wondered, ''So what do I actually do with all this extra food I’m buying?''" —The Survival Mom

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The Prepper''s Cookbook  is an excellent resource and foundation that covers many topics of preparation. Especially helpful for the seeker and the new-to-prepping...
--Real Food Living

 
Not only is it a must-have for any survival bookshelf - but you can use it daily to create fantastically healthy and great-tasting meals for the whole family!
-- SHTF Plan
 
The Prepper''s Cookbook gets to the heart of a preparedness pantry!
-- The Organic Prepper

The beauty of this cookbook is that basic prep information is contained in one easy-to-read, well-organized book... 
--Survival Blog

It''s more than a cookbook. It''s also a handy guide for beginning preppers who have wondered, "So what do I actually do with all this extra food I''m buying?"
-- The Survival Mom

About the Author

Tess Pennington is the founder of ReadyNutrition.com, a popular prepping website with over 160,000 readers a month. She is a lifelong prepper who lives in the Pacific Northwest where she and her family are taking steps to live a more self reliant lifestyle.

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J.C. Keller
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Concise, comprehensive jam-packed powerhouse of a cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2013
I just received this book and sat down for several hours checking the entire book. The beginning has a concise description of water bath and pressure canning. Even if you''d never done it before, you could learn it from this section. I can say this with confidence because... See more
I just received this book and sat down for several hours checking the entire book. The beginning has a concise description of water bath and pressure canning. Even if you''d never done it before, you could learn it from this section. I can say this with confidence because I''ve been canning for more than 30 years and know what a beginner would need.

This book is aimed at people who already have an interest in stocking up so it uses items commonly found in a prepper''s stash. It''s a well-known truism that you should rotate your food storage. So, if you''ve been afraid to try it, this book should motivate you to actually make soups, stews, meat dishes from your stores. I especially liked the section on making your own dried soup mixes! I have food allergies and most commercial dried soups contain things I can''t have. This book solves that problem and expands my possibilities. The recipes for dehydrated beef jerky and fruit leathers look good. I would have liked some information on what to do about dehydrating without power, just as she included information on canning outside on an open fire.But this is a small complaint compared to all that this book does contain.

There is also a section on substitutes that would help a cook any time there''s something missing in the pantry. Don''t have butter? Recipe calls for buttermilk and you don''t have it? Don''t have whipped cream for a dessert topping? There are instructions on how to make your own substitutes. I tried the whipped topping already. Not bad! Actually, pretty good. It''s made from dried milk, something most preppers store. There is a wonderful section on creating your own herbal mixtures for different recipes. What if you couldn''t get your favorite McCormick Spice blend? Check this section.

The book is arranged logically, with sections for breakfast, lunch, dinner, beverages and snacks. There are recipes for homemade saltines, homemade vanilla wafers, and directions on how to turn quinoa into a really tasty sounding breakfast cereal. There''s a recipe for homemade corn flakes! There are directions for pressure canning meats. Only one recipe concerns me. The meat loaf recipe has bread crumbs in it and the USDA has stated that putting wheat products in pressure canned recipes increases the chance for botulism. I would like to know if this recipe the author included really is safe because based on what I know, canning a solid chunk of meat loaf like this may not be. Still, I could be wrong. There are also instructions for canning hot dogs.

I am an experienced cook, canner, and prepper and this book had plenty of new ideas for me. Finally, I am impressed with the author''s credentials. She worked with the American Red Cross specializing in the Armed Forces Emergency Services center and was trained in disaster management. With personal experience in helping manage aid for families after 9/11, the author says that and seeing families struggle during hard economic times has convinced her of the need to share her expertise in helping others prepare for emergencies. If I hadn''t been convinced of the need already, this book would have convinced me.

This book is common sense. It''s not screaming doomsday. It''s teaching survival, but it also teaches frugality, how to stretch your food to feed more people, what to do if you run out of certain things. This book is hope, but more than that, it''s a tool useful to anyone who wants to do more with their food storage. After all, we aren''t creating a food museum in our pantries. Also, who says you have to eat boring or bland food during a crisis? With this book in hand, you can practice now what might save your family later. (I''ve been through a fourteen day power outage after a horrible ice storm here and have personally used many of the ideas in this book--but I still wish I had this book sooner! It would have saved me some trial and error.) So five stars for this comprehensive, jam-packed little powerhouse of a cookbook. In these difficult times, learning how to do more with less is a good thing.
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Posh
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Don''t waste your money
Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2019
Isn''t worth your money, it makes you believe the recipes are for using your long term storage when what it really has if for items that would have to be refrigerated.
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How to cook your rice when the grocery store is still open
Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2018
80% of the recipes require things that go beyond what a normal prepper would have. I can only figure that she was trying to come up with ways to rotate your stocked beans, rice and pasta in a tasty manner. For example most recipes call for a stick of butter... See more
80% of the recipes require things that go beyond what a normal prepper would have. I can only figure that she was trying to come up with ways to rotate your stocked beans, rice and pasta in a tasty manner.

For example most recipes call for a stick of butter which yes you can buy canned butter but lets face it you are not going to open a 5 dollar can of butter everyday to cook your pan of rice/beans.

Also recipes had oven temps which 99% of emergencies one would not have use of their oven.
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🌈 KT
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Absolutely great book
Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2016
I''m actually fairly impressed with this book. While it says it''s 300 recipes, it''s actually a LOT more. There''s really good lessons on canning and preserving. My mom used to preserve the cherries from a tree in our yard when I was a kid. I don''t do it now because she had... See more
I''m actually fairly impressed with this book. While it says it''s 300 recipes, it''s actually a LOT more. There''s really good lessons on canning and preserving. My mom used to preserve the cherries from a tree in our yard when I was a kid. I don''t do it now because she had no idea why she did it the way she did, and the very real worry of botulism scared me off. But the tutorial (it''s not just info, it''s a complete education on the subject) is quite complete and concise and makes me wish I had a cherry tree in my own back yard. It comes with charts on a huge selection of fruits & veggies and how to can/preserve them. (It also goes into meats, but I have no interest in that).

I was also pleased to see it didn''t obsess over beans - so many nutrition or survival or prepper things focus on beans cuz they last forever, but I hate almost all beans. I might have to eat them if things do go south, but the major flaw in that thinking, imo, is that food may very well be catch as you can, so to speak, and you''ll need to know and understand a lot more than beans. This book, happily, goes way beyond just beans.

The only flaw (hence the 4 stars), to my thinking, in this book is that it pretty much assumes you''re going to be at home when disaster strikes. While grocery lists and pantry stocking are useful and important, it''s not the only possible scenario. Since I already have my at-home setup as complete as possible, I was looking for more info on survival while not at home base, when you won''t likely have normal staples like baking soda, flour, etc.

Having said that, I still find the recipes in this book very useful because it still gives tons of useful at-home info and guides and those charts are fantastic. And there''s still stuff you could learn - for example, I''m very into freeze dried or powdered things, like meats and butter and such, but even I didn''t know that powdered shortening was available.

So even tho it focuses mostly on at-home perspective, there''s still plenty that could be useful if you weren''t at home, and lots of info even if you''re already setup at home. I think it''s well worth the buy.
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Diana
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best in class prepper cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017
I first read this book on Kindle, then decided it was so helpful I wanted the paperback edition. I went for more than a week without power in a bad thunderstorm, so I know a little about what it''s like. I thought I knew something about prepping, but I learned a lot more... See more
I first read this book on Kindle, then decided it was so helpful I wanted the paperback edition. I went for more than a week without power in a bad thunderstorm, so I know a little about what it''s like. I thought I knew something about prepping, but I learned a lot more from Ms. Pennington. Lots of really helpful suggestions about things I would never have thought about - like cooking and then dehydrating rice so that it''s quick and easy to prepare in the first stages of an emergency when you''re hungry but too drained to cook. I also really love her dried soup recipes and other jarred, pre made dishes that amount to little more than "just add hot water." I appreciate that she provides the details of the procedures she''s describing rather than assuming everyone already knows how to do it. She''s clearly thought this all through more than once, for example, telling you to bake the cooked rice you''re going to dehydrate when you''re putting something else in the oven so you don''t waste your oven time. I never thought about cooking rice in the oven rather than on the stove.
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Wednesday
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hurricanes??? Oh yes! Bought both...
Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2018
I kid you not! Hurricanes are no joke. Spending all day every day in lines waiting for water and food? The ounce of prevention here is the paperback version for my preper pantry, did I hear preper pantry, hummm you mean I need to pre plan? It''s true Columbus prob didn''t... See more
I kid you not! Hurricanes are no joke. Spending all day every day in lines waiting for water and food? The ounce of prevention here is the paperback version for my preper pantry, did I hear preper pantry, hummm you mean I need to pre plan? It''s true Columbus prob didn''t need a map but he did bring his own food. That said, as I vacuum seal tomorrow''s meals at the start of hurricane season, into a pouch Tess'' labor of love will go, persevered for a certain future, hurricanes are a natural disaster you can, duh, actually plan for. The second copy is for my kindle i shop with, yes, Alexa comes with, but when SHTF comes, I''m not wasting battery life (read 80watt portable solar array here), on a cookbook! Ok, so in my down time I''m watching Netflix, PBS, and Prime Video AND dehydrating while working full time. Anyway, stepping off my soapbox, the preper golden rule: 1 is 0 - 2 is 1.
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Geni Barnes
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A very useful prepping cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2016
Good book filled with simple inexpensive recipes for difficult times. There are no pictures--that''s a minus for me. There is also extra information on preserving food and some pointers about how to prep your food stores. Good book to have in your food storage library!... See more
Good book filled with simple inexpensive recipes for difficult times. There are no pictures--that''s a minus for me. There is also extra information on preserving food and some pointers about how to prep your food stores. Good book to have in your food storage library! One thing I read was a recipe for canning meatloaf--it contained bread or cracker crumbs. Those are not an approved ingredient for home canning so it would be a good idea to have a reliable canning resource/book to at least be a cross reference in that area. The recipe sounds tasty; just not for canning. There is a good section on using and preparing dried foods that is an easy reference chart that is good. For those who have young children, there is even a chapter of "kid approved recipes". (My husband will probably like some of those! LOL) Tess Pennington has put much thought into this book and made extremely user friendly. If you get a copy, you won''t be sorry.
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Rebecca Ann Smith
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome!!! Must have book!!!
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2020
213 pages of useful information From storing water to substitutions, dehydrated meat, hidden water sources... Filling a pantry, food safety, canning, dehydrating.. Lots of info. Very happy I bought this book. I’m going to use the method to dehydrate... See more
213 pages of useful information
From storing water to substitutions, dehydrated meat, hidden water sources...
Filling a pantry, food safety, canning, dehydrating..
Lots of info. Very happy I bought this book.
I’m going to use the method to dehydrate ground beef here shortly.
This book is a must have.
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rob napier
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
but slightly odd friend loved it.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 27, 2017
It wasnt for me, but slightly odd friend loved it.
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J. KELLY
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent cookbook when cooking from your stored food
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2015
Excellent cookbook when cooking from your stored food. American measurements, and some ingredients we can''t get as easily but I liked it.
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Brent L
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love it
Reviewed in Canada on August 6, 2013
Very well thought out, with useful arrangement, layout, and index. I am pleased with both the nature of the recipes (lots of options if you don''t have one thing or another), excellent recommendations of how to get started/add to your existing food stores, some great tips...See more
Very well thought out, with useful arrangement, layout, and index. I am pleased with both the nature of the recipes (lots of options if you don''t have one thing or another), excellent recommendations of how to get started/add to your existing food stores, some great tips and options (I would never have thought of some of them), easy to read and follow directions, a hugely diverse range of recipes (if your palate cannot be satisfied, you are way too picky) and more. The prep messages in the first portion of the book send just the right message in just the right way. I would eagerly buy other prep works by this author.
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Mr. Leslie O. Green
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Not the real thing – AVOID
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 14, 2013
My concern with this book started early. You don’t have to be an expert to know the following is total rubbish (page 26) … “These food are more stable and can last for up to two days above 40°F. … Fresh Fruits and vegetables Mustard, ketchup, barbecue sauce Olives, pickles,...See more
My concern with this book started early. You don’t have to be an expert to know the following is total rubbish (page 26) … “These food are more stable and can last for up to two days above 40°F. … Fresh Fruits and vegetables Mustard, ketchup, barbecue sauce Olives, pickles, relishes Vinegar-based salad dressings Peanut butter Jams and jellies” Then we have (page 35) high density polyethylene which is “75 milliliters thick”. I think she probably meant 75 microns thick. Further down the page we have “5-milliliter Mylar bag”, which again most likely means “5 micron thick Mylar bags”. Clearly volume is not equal to thickness and apparently the author, proof reader, editor and managing editor all missed it (4 different people who have the job of not allowing such stupid errors!) Later (page 36) we have “Use an online calculator, … to convert pounds to grams; 1 gram is equal to 1 cubic centimetre”. Now we have weight equal to volume :-( [of course 1cc of water weights one gram, but that is a special case which is not relevant to the context. By this point I am having serious credibility issues with the book. Then we get to page 45 “BOTULISM Clostridrium botulinum – botulism – is a concern for anyone who cans their own food.” And further down the page “The CDC advises that botulism can be destroyed by boiling home canned food in the jar.” Let’s be clear, there are three separate things here which are being confused 1) Botulism – an illness 2) Clostridrium botulinum - a bacterium 3) Botulinum toxin – a poison (toxin) that is created by the bacterium Clostridrium botulinum and which causes the illness botulism. It is the toxin that is destroyed by the boiling, not the illness or the bacteria. I bought this book on the basis of the first page talking about the pioneering heritage of the author’s family and how they had crossed the (American) plains in wagons. Sadly none of that was expanded upon in the preceding pages. All we have is poorly understood “research”. In fact the publisher has several titles in the theme of prepping, and judging by this book I would regard the rest with suspicion, in the sense of being written by non-experts to appeal to a market. Pick an expert like Cody Lundin (“When All Hell breaks Loose”) and give this title a miss.
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Very basic
Reviewed in Canada on February 12, 2021
Very basic information pulled off the internet. Not impressed. If you know absolutely nothing this book is for you.
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