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#299489 - 07/25/21 04:07 AM The Houston Emergency Preparedness Cookbook
Bingley Offline
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Registered: 02/27/08
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Don't know whether this link has been shared already, but it looks useful. Also, it's free. That's my favorite price.

https://www.houstontx.gov/health/OSPHP/English_cookbook.pdf

From the file name, I'm guessing there is a Spanish version for those who want to practice their foreign language skills.

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#299491 - 07/25/21 12:55 PM Re: The Houston Emergency Preparedness Cookbook [Re: Bingley]
hikermor Offline
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Registered: 08/26/06
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Loc: southern Cal
A great document, full of sensible advice. Thanks for posting!!
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#299501 - 07/26/21 03:00 PM Re: The Houston Emergency Preparedness Cookbook [Re: Bingley]
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Every spring the city of Houston has a free hurricane preparations workshop with classes, venders, and volunteer organizations. The give out paperback versions of this and the Spanish one for free. It really is awesome!
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#299502 - 07/26/21 03:18 PM Re: The Houston Emergency Preparedness Cookbook [Re: Bingley]
roberttheiii Offline
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Registered: 02/13/09
Posts: 363
Loc: Connecticut, USA
I love that this exists and I hope that those who need it are directed toward it. I'll certainly download a copy for some fun camping/emergency ideas. That said, they could have better shopping lists based on the ingredients needed for the listed recipes.

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#299512 - 07/27/21 01:47 AM Re: The Houston Emergency Preparedness Cookbook [Re: Bingley]
dougwalkabout Offline
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Registered: 02/03/07
Posts: 3036
Loc: Alberta, Canada
This is brilliant! A friendly, non-kooky way of promoting preparedness.

And I think the pumpkin pie oatmeal deserves a closer look. Mmm, pie.

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