Bosch Click & Go 72-Hour Kit Build: Food Storage Using The L-BOXX 3 Hothttp://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/ed/f3/bf/1318_l-boxx-food-3-1351541644.jpg
We all need to eat, so having enough food on hand incase of a natural disaster is key. The East Coast is currently being hit by hurricane Sandy and the days leading up to the storm led to crowded stores full of the unprepared looking to stock up on food. Building a disaster kit ahead of time could have saved these people a lot of stress.
For my own food supply I chose to go with a kit that was actually designed to be enough food for four people for 72-hours and just requires water and a cooking source. This food comes in sealed Mylar bags and has a 25 year shelf-life, so I know once I have my kit built I am set for a few years. The food I purchased is made by Augason Farms and it fits nicely in a Click & Go L-BOXX-3 with extra room for more snacks and a couple of cooking pots. You can find food similar to what I am using at your local camping supply or military surplus store. You also have the option of using regular canned goods, but the weight might become an issue.
When designing your food kit be sure to customize it to fit your needs, but at the same time you want to keep it versatile. Portability might be something you want, which is why I chose to use the L-BOXX modular stackable system.
Follow the entire 72-hour disaster kit build.