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How to Dehydrate Chicken for Survival (With Pictures)

How to Dehydrate Chicken for Survival (With Pictures)

🕔07:21, 22.Jun 2018

Chicken is one of the most commonly eaten meats in the world, even though it technically isn’t a meat, but rather poultry. You can go just about anywhere in the world and find chicken. Part of that is the rapid

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How to Make Fruit Leather and Add It To Your Stockpiles

How to Make Fruit Leather and Add It To Your Stockpiles

🕔12:58, 1.Jun 2018

Preserving a glut of fruit is easy compared with other foods – who doesn’t love jam? But there’s another delicious way of using up excess fruit for store-cupboard storage; fruit leather. Fresh or Canned Fruit Great for the kids to

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How to Make Your Own Wind Turbine

How to Make Your Own Wind Turbine

🕔00:04, 7.May 2018

A home-made wind turbine is a great addition to anyone’s home. It’s a simple build that also gives you electricity. Of course, the one we will build today won’t generate as much as a big wind turbine, but I’m sure

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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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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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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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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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How To Reinforce a Shipping Container To Bury It (EMP proof)

How To Reinforce a Shipping Container To Bury It (EMP proof)

🕔10:29, 2.Mar 2018

EMPs are potentially one of the most destructive weapons that could be used against today’s society. Just a single nuclear bomb detonated at high altitude over a major city could wipe out all electronics for potentially thousands of miles around.

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DIY Bicycle Generator

DIY Bicycle Generator

🕔11:49, 27.Feb 2018

Making your own bicycle generator is a good addition for those who are interested in going off the grid and finding a way to live on their own terms. It not only generates electricity but also provides you with a

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How to Make The Coolest Wool Boots Ever, Easily

How to Make The Coolest Wool Boots Ever, Easily

🕔11:00, 20.Feb 2018

This article was written by Mystic Orb. I never ever can get shoes that fit me right, that feel good… and look cool.  Fact is, I don’t think they make cool shoes for guys anymore. We know some folks who make

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No Power? No Problem! Methods for Home Security When the Grid is Gone

No Power? No Problem! Methods for Home Security When the Grid is Gone

🕔08:49, 15.Feb 2018

One of the biggest concerns people have with home security is what is going to happen when the power goes down? When the grid is out what are my options? Simply put not only do you have a lot of

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How to Turn a Handgun Into a PDW using KPOS kit from FAB Defense with a SIG Brace

How to Turn a Handgun Into a PDW using KPOS kit from FAB Defense with a SIG Brace

🕔09:16, 2.Feb 2018

Carrying a handgun for self-defense (where lawful) is one of the most basic steps of being a prepared person. The old saying is that “God made All Men, and Samuel Colt made them equal.” The gun is the great equalizer

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How To Smoke Bacon The Old-Fashioned Way

How To Smoke Bacon The Old-Fashioned Way

🕔09:13, 30.Jan 2018

This article has first appeared on Smoking Meat Forums. No weighing,no calculator, just a simple recipe that works quite well, from a man I have known all my life. Pops owned a store and was very highly regarded for his smoked

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How to Make Ginger Oil To Counter Prostate, Ovarian and Colon Cancer

How to Make Ginger Oil To Counter Prostate, Ovarian and Colon Cancer

🕔09:31, 26.Jan 2018

Most people are prepared to deal with common everyday first aid needs. Medicine cabinets contain the basic medicines you’ll need to treat everyday illnesses, or at least keep you limping along until you can get to medical attention. What happens

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How to Make a Trench Cake: WW1 Survival Food

How to Make a Trench Cake: WW1 Survival Food

🕔10:11, 19.Jan 2018

During the Great War, trench cakes, like the one I’ll show you how to make, were made from a family’s rations to be sent out to the front lines for their soldiers. While making trench cake is a wonderful, heartfelt

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