Almost nobody is prepared to cook food without power.
When hundreds of thousands of people in Texas alone were without power during a once-in-a-century cold snap, they realized that the food they had on hand all had to be either microwaved or cooked in electric stoves.
And that’s because, nation-wide, Electricity is the most-used power source in the United States.
In the south, 75% of homes use electricity, not gas, for cooking.
Across the nation, 63% of homes use electricity for stoves… and MOST of them also use the same power source for heat.
Sure, some people still have gas stoves… but for the overwhelming majority of folks in our country, no power means no ability to heat or cook food… boil water… or sterilize tools and bandages.
So what do you do?
If you don’t want to be left helpless when there’s a major storm… if you want to be able to cook your meals when you’re bugging out or just hiking a trail… and if you want a failsafe backup for whenever the power your rely on isn’t working, you need a portable backup stove.
A gas stove like this one is a valuable part of a “blackout bag,” a disaster-centered bugout and survival kit that can keep you going during a Texas-style collapse.
Hundreds of thousands of people found out the hard way just WHY this matters… and why, whether you’re hiking or “hunkering,” you need the type of backup this small, portable, windproof equipment can provide.
The time to prepare for the NEXT blackout, collapse, or other disaster is NOW.
Because if 2020 (and now 2021) have taught us anything, it’s that NONE of us can predict what crazy danger is going to come up next.