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-Hurricanes -Snowstorms -Flooding -Earthquakes -Power outages -Tornadoes -Pandemics These are scary words, but they are the more reason why you should have an emergency food supply. They're scary, but then, it is simply reality. Food supplies and other essentials can become scarce before, during, and after quarantines and disasters. I've lived through four out of those seven events. I've always had a small supply of foodstuff, but with the recent events, I've prepared more. I got a chest freezer, pantry staples, canned goods, some extra food for the dog, and more toiletries. While some tend to panic, others aren't bothered the least. I'm a person who needs to feel prepared, so panic isn't my thing. You see, the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones during an emergency is to plan ahead and be prepared. When pooling an emergency food supply, the CDC recommends that you get enough water and food to last you for at least three days. In this survival food guide, we will examine the different vegetarian foods that you can collect, prepare with ease, and add to your long-lasting vegan food stockpile. They are not hard to cook, and they'll meet your daily nutritional requirements as well as those of your family and loved ones. Please note that what you will need depends on the event and your personal circumstances - like whether there's a power outage in your area, road accessibility, whether you have a generator or not, etc. This guide covers all. Here's what to expect as you flip through the pages of this book: -A concise view of the vegetarian diet. -Vegetarian emergency food storage. -30-day healthy vegetarian meal plan. -Food as medicine: Can food really treat disease? My heart goes out to anyone who is affected by any emergency situation. Stay well. You will overcome it. I hope you find this guide helpful, regardless of what situation you are preparing for. Stay strong and safe.