HOW TO BUILD A HURRICANE EMERGENCY KIT

HOW TO BUILD A HURRICANE EMERGENCY KIT

HOW TO BUILD A HURRICANE EMERGENCY KIT | In this video, I’ll teach you how to prepare a Hurricane Emergency Kit based on the FEMA preparedness guidelines! Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for more videos! (More below…)

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-Water (Bottled & Gallon). FEMA recommends having one gallon of water per person per day for at least 3 days. For our family of 4, that would be 12 extra gallons of water, plus water for our dog!
-Candles & Extra Lighters &
-Battery-operated or Solar Lanterns
-Flashlights
-Extra Batteries
-Battery-operated Radio
-Air Mattress
-Wet Wipes
-Purell Hand Sanitizer
-Water Shut Off Wrench
-Fire Extinguisher Spray or a Fire Extinguisher
-LifeStraw (For Safe Drinking Water)
-Snap Torches
-Emergency Whistles to signal for help
-Water Cleansing Drops
-Face Masks
-Plastic Trash Bags
-Poncho
-First Aid Kit
-Duck Tape
-Wired Corded Telephone
-Can Opener for Food
-Local Maps
-Important family documents, like insurance policies, bank account records, and passports in a waterproof container
-Cash

My “Rough Draft” of a Hurricane Meal Plan (I adjust this based on what I have in the cabinet plus how long I feel that we need to be prepared for!):

Day 1:
– Breakfast: Anything in the fridge/freezer
– Lunch: Anything in the fridge/freezer
– Dinner: Anything in the fridge/freezer

Day 2:
– Breakfast: Kids Breakfast food, Kris & Whit: Fruit & Bagels or cereal
– Lunch: Ramen Noodles, Fruit for Kris & Whit; Peanut Butter Sandwiches & Apple Sauce & Chips for kids
– Dinner: Rice, Margaret Holmes Seasoned Veggies for Kris & Whit; Cheese Ravioli & Fruit for kids

Day 3:
– Breakfast: Kids Breakfast food, Kris & Whit: Fruit & Bagels/Granola Bars or cereal
– Lunch: Tuna with Tomato/Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Chips
– Dinner: Pasta tossed with Sauce, Crusty Bread

Day 4:
– Breakfast: Kids Breakfast food, Kris & Whit: Fruit & Bagels/Granola Bars or cereal
– Lunch: Soup & Crackers for Kris & Whit; Peanut Butter Sandwiches & Chips for kids
– Dinner: Rice bowl with Black Beans, Corn, Canned Chicken (Sautéed in pan with cumin & chili spices), salsa, tortilla chips, squeeze of lime

Day 5:- Breakfast: Kids Breakfast Food, Kris & Whit: Fruit & Bagels, granola bars or cereal
– Lunch: Peanut Butter Sandwiches or Ramen Noodles; Chips
– Dinner: Collard Greens, Field Peas, Succotash, and Rice OR Canned Chili with Rice

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