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24 Food Items To Hoard

24 Food Items To Hoard

🕔10:18, 1.Dec 2017

The classic prepper way to build up a long-term food source is to stockpile bulk staples like rice, pasta and dried beans. This is cost-effective and works well, but it can leave you facing a pretty boring diet. That’s not

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7 Unusual Ways To Use Your Vacuum Sealer

7 Unusual Ways To Use Your Vacuum Sealer

🕔14:53, 30.Nov 2017

A vacuum sealer is a great tool for prepping. If you make your own jerky, dehydrate fruit or buy goods in bulk then break them down into portion sizes, being able to store them in safe, sealed packaging is a

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How To Make Delicious Lard With 2 Years Shelf-Life (+ 5 Tasty Recipes)

How To Make Delicious Lard With 2 Years Shelf-Life (+ 5 Tasty Recipes)

🕔12:01, 3.Nov 2017

When the trees start to slowly lose their leaves and autumn settles in, it means it’s that time of the year dedicated to making lard at home for the winter. It’s an easy process that can be done by anyone,

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8 Items That Disappeared Immediately after Hurricane Harvey

8 Items That Disappeared Immediately after Hurricane Harvey

🕔10:59, 27.Oct 2017

There is a parallel between the core basics of survival and those things that nature takes from us in one of these powerful hurricanes. When I think of survival and the very basics, there is shelter, water, food and fire.

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14 Must-Have Canned Foods You Didn’t Know Existed

14 Must-Have Canned Foods You Didn’t Know Existed

🕔12:47, 3.Oct 2017

There’s a reason preppers and even just people who like a well-stocked pantry purchase canned goods. They hold up for a long time, years even. They’re generally easy to prepare, many items requiring no more preparation than a quick warming

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When Grocery Stores Go Empty – A Back Door Shopping Strategy

When Grocery Stores Go Empty – A Back Door Shopping Strategy

🕔10:12, 4.Sep 2017

As a prepper or survivalist, we all typically pride ourselves on being prepared for SHTF situations.  At any given time we usually have a good amount of non-perishable foods stored, as well as options for hunting, fishing, trapping, and gardening. 

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SHTF Survivalist Radio Lists

SHTF Survivalist Radio Lists

🕔12:07, 29.Aug 2017

From monkeys in the Amazon Rainforest, to dolphins in the Caribbean, to ants under your picnic table, all species rely on communication with each other for survival. Humans are no different – we rely on communication to both warn and

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24 Prepping Items I Don’t Spend Money On

24 Prepping Items I Don’t Spend Money On

🕔11:37, 21.Jul 2017

By Diane Watkins Prepping is difficult when you have very little extra money, and I’ve been living that reality for a few years. Initially, when hard times hit, we pulled back on prepping and began living off some of our

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10 Things Cowboys Carried With Them In The Wild West To Survive

10 Things Cowboys Carried With Them In The Wild West To Survive

🕔10:11, 10.Jul 2017

If you understand the value of preparedness you have a bugout bag somewhere in your home, ready to grab if you need to leave in a hurry. You want to stay at home if at all possible, but if you

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18 Reasons to Stock Diatomaceous Earth for Survival

18 Reasons to Stock Diatomaceous Earth for Survival

🕔07:17, 3.Jul 2017

Diatomaceous earth (DE) is a natural product composed of the fossils of tiny algae-like organisms called diatoms. It is a soft white or off-white powder that is slightly abrasive. Food-grade diatomaceous earth is safe for consumption by both humans and

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Canning Amish Poor Man’s Steak

Canning Amish Poor Man’s Steak

🕔08:41, 5.Jun 2017

This article was written by Mama Bear and appeared first on Challenged Survival. I have been eye-balling this Amish Poor Man’s Steak recipe ever since I bought the 80 pounds of ground beef a week or so ago and I happened

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10 Trees Every Survivalist Should Know and Why

10 Trees Every Survivalist Should Know and Why

🕔08:47, 16.May 2017

Thousands of millennia before the first European settlers came to the North American continent, humanity’s ancestors have relied on trees for sustenance, survival and well-being. Even today, the native trees of North America (not to mention introduced species) can provide

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How to Make Your Own Semi-Automatic Off the Grid Washing Machine (No Electricity)

How to Make Your Own Semi-Automatic Off the Grid Washing Machine (No Electricity)

🕔13:25, 24.Apr 2017

I wrote this free, detailed, step-by-step guide with pictures just to show you how ridiculously easy it is to make your own off the grid washing machine. If you enjoyed it, please subscribe to my newsletter and you’ll get more articles like

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How to Make Dandelion Bread (With Pictures)

How to Make Dandelion Bread (With Pictures)

🕔13:07, 21.Apr 2017

Nearly every part of the common dandelion, from its brilliant yellow petals, to its roots have been foraged throughout history for food, drink and medicine. A rich source of beta-carotene, dandelions are also packed with vitamins and minerals including calcium,

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How To Make a Powerful Calendula Extract to Keep in Your Medicine Cabinet (with pictures)

How To Make a Powerful Calendula Extract to Keep in Your Medicine Cabinet (with pictures)

🕔12:27, 11.Apr 2017

Beautiful to look at in full bloom, the sunny orange calendula – also known as marigold – has a wealth of herbal uses that are worth learning about. With both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, the fresh petals can be infused

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