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Part 1: The Oar System Organize, Acquire, Rotate Chapter 1: Organize Chapter 2: Acquire and Rotate Part 2: Preparedness Getting Your Home and Family Ready to Handle Crisis Chapter 3: Personal Preparedness Chapter 4: Home Systems Chapter 5: Communications Chapter 6: Preparedness with Children Chapter 7: Pets Chapter 8: Preparing Your Car Chapter 9: Evacuation Part 3: Dealing with Disaster What to do in an Emergency Chapter 10: Loss of Power Chapter 11: Fire in the Home Chapter 12: Natural Disasters Chapter 13: Toxic Hazards Chapter 14: Pandemic Chapter 15: Terrorism
Part 4: Doing it Yourself The Arts of Self-Sufficiency Chapter 16: Skills for Independence Chapter 17: Food from Scratch Chapter 18: The Stored Food Cookbook Epilogue: Could We Really Do It?
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Oxygen The presence of oxygen causes food to spoil. Spoilage due to oxygen is most often thought of as a canning problem. Home-canned food that has been canned properly (see Chapter 17) will be as free of oxygen as commercially canned food, and it'll last as long, too.