Myth or Fact: Can You Really Cook in A Thermos on the Move?

Myth or Fact: Can You Really Cook in A Thermos on the Move?

🕔07:54, 30.Apr 2018

Claude’s Note: I decided to introduce a new section called Myth or Fact. We will confirm or debunk common survival myths. Let me know in the comment section what myths or facts you want us to tackle next. As always

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16 Items FEMA Tells You to Stockpile and Why

16 Items FEMA Tells You to Stockpile and Why

🕔07:12, 27.Apr 2018

Those of us who are part of the prepping and survival community tend to look down our noses at the government’s emergency response agency, FEMA. Granted, there’s plenty of reason for this, as FEMA doesn’t exactly have an exemplary record

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The Incredible and Efficient Use of a Bicycle as a Bug Out Vehicle (Part 1)

The Incredible and Efficient Use of a Bicycle as a Bug Out Vehicle (Part 1)

🕔11:55, 26.Apr 2018

Editor’s note: This article was written by one of our most respected readers and opinion leader, Left Coast Chuck. I want to start off by saying that I have no financial interest in any product I might mention in any

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14 Preppers Speculate What an EMP Would Look Like in America

14 Preppers Speculate What an EMP Would Look Like in America

🕔08:43, 24.Apr 2018

In the early days of prepping, nuclear war was the danger most people were concerned about. That’s easy to understand; not much could be as destructive as a full-scale nuclear exchange. That danger has receded a bit now, although it

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8 Food Storage Myths

8 Food Storage Myths

🕔06:30, 23.Apr 2018

Storing food is a big part of prepping. Even if you have the land and resources to grow your own crops you need to assume the worst-case scenario of losing everything you’ve planted, and that means having enough food stockpiled

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What’s the Limit of Your Morality in a Crisis?

What’s the Limit of Your Morality in a Crisis?

🕔06:25, 20.Apr 2018

As preppers we usually focus on practical steps that will give us a better chance of surviving whatever crisis comes down the road. We talk about what kind of food to store and how much of it, where our water

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Where Free Land Can Be Found in the USA

Where Free Land Can Be Found in the USA

🕔06:47, 19.Apr 2018

Once upon a time, early American settlers who were willing to move west were given the opportunity to scoop up a parcel of land and use it to make their own destiny. Known as the Homestead Act of 1862, any

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How to Make Portable Soup

How to Make Portable Soup

🕔08:04, 17.Apr 2018

First off, you’re probably wondering what in the world portable soup is. It’s essentially a broth that has been dried and solidified for easier storage, preservation and portability. It has a ton of flavor packed into a very small package.

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Expiration Cheat Sheet Date for Everything!

Expiration Cheat Sheet Date for Everything!

🕔00:00, 16.Apr 2018

To get the most out of an article about expiration I think we need to first discuss expiration. It’s a term that has several meanings in our world today and those meanings will change when we hit TEOTWAWKI. To make

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How To Set Up Your BlackOut Kit

How To Set Up Your BlackOut Kit

🕔08:57, 13.Apr 2018

You’re ready to survive an EMP attack. Your well-stocked backyard root cellar is designed to double as a bunker if there’s a nuclear war, and the food stored in it will keep you and your family going through the winter following

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My First Batch Of Canned Cheese

My First Batch Of Canned Cheese

🕔06:47, 12.Apr 2018

I’ve always heard that “necessity is the mother of invention” but I also think of it as “the mother of learning something new”. Such was the case recently after a productive trip to our local grocery, which is owned and

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America’s Vulnerability When it Comes to Internal Crises: US Now vs. US Then

America’s Vulnerability When it Comes to Internal Crises: US Now vs. US Then

🕔06:06, 10.Apr 2018

As preppers, we assume that in a major crisis most people aren’t going to be able to look after themselves. That’s why we worry about securing our property, our supplies and even our lives against desperate mobs trying to get

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What’s the Most Important Thing a Senior Brings to a Survival Group?

What’s the Most Important Thing a Senior Brings to a Survival Group?

🕔07:53, 8.Apr 2018

There are no age limits on prepping. Being prepared is a state of mind, and it’s one you can have no matter how old you are. Maybe you’re getting on a bit in years, but you still have a life

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11 Items You Shouldn’t Have in your Bug-Out Bag

11 Items You Shouldn’t Have in your Bug-Out Bag

🕔21:23, 6.Apr 2018

Whether we’re experienced survivalists or just starting out in preparedness, we constantly talk about the top items to include in a bug-out bag, get-home bag, or everyday-carry kit. However, with so much focus on what items to bring, you can

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How to Turn Your Android or iPhone Smartphone Into A Satellite Phone

How to Turn Your Android or iPhone Smartphone Into A Satellite Phone

🕔00:00, 5.Apr 2018

By William Fieldhouse To maximize your chances of survival in a crisis you need to be able to keep in touch with others. That lets you share knowledge, ask for help when you need it, and keep each other informed

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