Use the theme "It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark!" to promote your next food storage activity.
One ward created Project: Noah handbooks for each family. With the goal of encouraging families to focus on collecting items that will sustain life, they included a description of the importance of building food storage on the basics: beans, wheat, water, salt, sugar, powdered milk, and fats in each packet. It included a sheet to calculate how much of each item you need for your family. It also included an order form for the dry pack cannery.
I've become increasingly concerned with the 72-hour kit menus made up of beef jerky, oatmeal, and chewing gum. After...I've become increasingly concerned with the 72-hour kit menus made up of beef jerky, oatmeal, and chewing gum. After reading that the US military creates 3,600 calorie daily MRE kits for soldiers in the field (recently cut to 2,400 calories for so-called First Strike Rations), I knew these 600 calorie Enrichment Night chewing gum menus simply weren't adequate.