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How To Preserve Beef in Glass Jars

How To Preserve Beef in Glass Jars

🕔10:45, 8.Feb 2016

A reliable source of protein is always mandatory for long term survival. Those who have confronted the wilderness admit that finding a source of protein is one of the most challenging tasks, especially if unarmed or untrained to hunt. And

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Free Heating – How To Build a Solar Heater Using Aluminum Cans

Free Heating – How To Build a Solar Heater Using Aluminum Cans

🕔10:36, 6.Feb 2016

Have you ever thought of how much you actually spend on heating during the winter? This original solution was created in order to reduce heating costs in places where you don’t necessarily want to achieve a constant temperature, as high

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Old School Common Sense Survival Tricks

Old School Common Sense Survival Tricks

🕔10:20, 3.Feb 2016

by Pat Bellew I always find it interesting that so many of the things, so many of the skills, and so many attitudes that are attributed to a “Crazy Prepper” mentality these days, were just a matter of course a

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Dipping Candles the Old-Fashioned Way

Dipping Candles the Old-Fashioned Way

🕔10:19, 1.Feb 2016

Candles were a common source of light in many colonial and pioneering era homes. While oil burning lamps burned cleaner and with less odor, oil was expensive and could be hard to get. Candles, on the other hand were made

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15 Things That You Can Forage For In Winter

15 Things That You Can Forage For In Winter

🕔09:17, 28.Jan 2016

You probably have long-term supplies stored in a safe place, and you are taking every step to ensure that you and your family will survive for a long time. However, things might be even worse than you imagined, and you

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The Only Meds That You Need To Stockpile for SHTF

The Only Meds That You Need To Stockpile for SHTF

🕔11:02, 27.Jan 2016

In the likely case of a disaster situation, one of the first problems survivors will encounter is the lack of supplies. All shops, including drugstores will be emptied within hours of the confirmed crisis. Lack of transportation, anarchy and panic

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5 Chemistry Experiments For Preppers

5 Chemistry Experiments For Preppers

🕔10:18, 25.Jan 2016

Chemistry is arguably the most practical of all the science subjects. Learning the discipline teaches you a lot of skills that can be put to good use in everyday life, but especially when you need them most  – when the

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How To Heat Your Home Without Electricity

How To Heat Your Home Without Electricity

🕔11:55, 22.Jan 2016

By C. Nelson Everything nowadays depends on electricity, and most people feel lost and powerless when they suddenly discover their house doesn’t have electricity anymore. It’s one of those things most people take for granted! But one of the major

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Making Butter at Home, Like Our Grandparents

Making Butter at Home, Like Our Grandparents

🕔13:20, 19.Jan 2016

The making of butter goes back at least 4,000 years, with the earliest known reference to it written in the Bible. When Abraham entertained the three angels, before they went on to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah, butter was amongst the

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12 Woodworking Projects for Preppers and Homesteaders

12 Woodworking Projects for Preppers and Homesteaders

🕔08:48, 18.Jan 2016

“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” – William Morris Anyone who has worked with wood will know that satisfying feeling of creating something that is both practical and beautiful.

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15 Lost Survival Tips From The Cowboys Who Wandered The West – With Illustrations

15 Lost Survival Tips From The Cowboys Who Wandered The West – With Illustrations

🕔13:03, 12.Jan 2016

This is an awesome article that I wrote for Survivopedia. And although not all of them are survival skills, I hope you’ll like them. Let’s just take a short break from our modern lives and take a look back at how

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5 Bad-ass Perimeter Defense Lessons From A Vietnam Vet

5 Bad-ass Perimeter Defense Lessons From A Vietnam Vet

🕔13:17, 28.Dec 2015

by Mahatma Muhjesbude Thank God you made it to your rural bug out location (BOL)! You almost didn’t get out in time before the Police State Metropolis you lived in had their National Guard soldiers shut down all further mass

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What To Store In A Faraday Cage For EMP Protection?

What To Store In A Faraday Cage For EMP Protection?

🕔09:44, 21.Dec 2015

by Ken Jorgustin An EMP, or electromagnetic pulse, is thought to be a highly unlikely event. And it might be. On the other hand, no one can predict with any certainty one way or the other…if and when we get

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How to Make Your Own Apple Sugar

How to Make Your Own Apple Sugar

🕔18:46, 1.Dec 2015

Today we find added sugar in almost anything that we eat or drink. It might sound unbelievable, but the average american consumes 22 teaspoons of sugar a day without knowing it. That is because almost all major food producers have added sugar to their

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Burdock: The Annoying Weed That Can Save Your Life

Burdock: The Annoying Weed That Can Save Your Life

🕔12:59, 29.Nov 2015

If you’ve ever walked through the edges of woodland, passing by tall leafy plants, then looked at your clothes and seen sticky burrs attached, you can bet you’ve just walked pass some burdock. Burdock is a tall plant; it can

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