Good People & Good Stuff

6 Mar

I just wanted to give a quick shout out to the people behind the logos you see supporting this contest.  I’m of course not getting paid for doing this, but just within the last few days I’ve again been in contact with some of them and I’d just like to say what great people we have here behind these logos!

You see all kinds of names represented here, some bigger businesses and some small, but what they have in common is they’ve each donated from their bottom lines thanks to their sincere appreciation for preparedness and simply wanting to help people out.

I couldn’t do this without them and I do hope, when the time comes, that you’ll give these folks a few minutes of your time and support their online shops.  You’d be supporting a group of genuinely good individuals and businesses of which I hope keep doing what they’re doing.  We need them!

Thanks vendors thanks vendors2

Here’s where you can visit them!

Emergency Essentials

New West Marketing featuring Goal Zero products (www.powerinapinch.com)

Kelly Kettle USA

The Prepared Hour

Sun Oven International

Grandma’s Country Foods

Water Pure Technologies

Honeyville Grain

Preparedness Plus Products

Martine Anthony — Thrive Representative

Amanda Shulz — Thrive Representative

WonderMill

7 Responses to “Good People & Good Stuff”

  1. lbg grover March 6, 2014 at 12:59 am #

    Megan, This is way off the subject, but my daughter sent me a Thrive food meat recall. I know you use Thrive and worried if you knew???? The recall is an older one, but we have older food storage, & it might affect you. Their multi-grain pancake mix can, has a possibility of blowing up. She said it’s on Thrive Food recall web site. LaRene Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2014 05:05:58 +0000 To: buttonsnbows@live.com

  2. Brittney March 7, 2014 at 12:50 am #

    Megan,
    I just found your website. This is incredible. Thank you for all your hard work in organizing this so well.
    I had a question regarding pantry meals–if the recipe calls for 1 TBSP of olive oil, do you store that in a separate baggy? (I’m thinking of the Thai Coconut Corn Soup.)
    Thanks so much!
    Brittney

    • Megan March 7, 2014 at 1:58 am #

      Thanks for your compliment, Brittney! I’m so glad you found the site — Welcome!

      Actually, for those kinds of ingredients I don’t store them in with the dry/canned stuff at all. I just know that I have it kept in the cupboard, so I add it as I make it and haven’t found a reason to go to the extra work of packing it w/ the pantry meal itself. If I had to leave in a hurry and wanted my meals to grab and go, I’d have to grab a few extra ingredients along with the pantry meal boxes. To prepare for this, you could keep a short list of “add-in’s” which go with the meals your storing just in case.

      Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any other questions!

  3. Lisa March 7, 2014 at 8:56 am #

    This is great, keep it going!

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