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If I Could Only Stockpile 10 Foods

If I Could Only Stockpile 10 Foods

🕔07:19, 20.Sep 2018

If you’re like most preppers you probably have a pretty wide assortment of food stashed away. My own supply contains everything from MREs and freeze-dried camping meals to sacks of bulk rice; there are dozens of different items in there.

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How To Make A Mini Root Cellar In Your Backyard In Less Than Two Hours

How To Make A Mini Root Cellar In Your Backyard In Less Than Two Hours

🕔06:25, 17.Sep 2018

Once upon a time, root cellars were the only way people had to preserve their food. These wonderful cold-storage areas became less common when refrigerators became affordable. Houses were no longer automatically built with a root cellar beneath them or

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15 Reasons to Add 4lb Of Lard to Your SHTF Stockpile

15 Reasons to Add 4lb Of Lard to Your SHTF Stockpile

🕔06:38, 13.Sep 2018

My grandmother rendered lard for her family once a year when the hogs were butchered. She used that lard for cooking, baking, frying, household use, and she made the best piecrust you’ve ever tasted with it. For many generations lard

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$100 Walmart Prepper Food Run

$100 Walmart Prepper Food Run

🕔06:27, 31.Aug 2018

I have some long-term food supplies put away, but I wanted to put together a 30-plus day supply for my husband and I that contains foods in all of the main food groups. My budget is only $100 and I

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Cracking Open My Stockpile Of Pemmican After 1 Year

Cracking Open My Stockpile Of Pemmican After 1 Year

🕔06:27, 28.Aug 2018

I decided to make pemmican for the first time a year ago. I used 6 lbs. lean beef, 2 lbs. tallow and 1/3 cup fresh blueberries. It took me around 30 minutes (prep time) and the cooking process lasted around

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How To Plant Your Orchard To Have Fruits All Year Round

How To Plant Your Orchard To Have Fruits All Year Round

🕔06:52, 3.Aug 2018

There are few things more rewarding than watching your orchard full of fruit trees and berries grow. Keeping an orchard is a long term investment. Most fruit trees won’t even give you a hint of production in the first three

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Is Canned Tuna Still Safe to Stockpile 7 Years After Fukushima?

Is Canned Tuna Still Safe to Stockpile 7 Years After Fukushima?

🕔07:04, 31.Jul 2018

On March 11th, 2011, the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear power plant was hit by natural forces that were beyond its capability to withstand. It all started with the Tōhoku earthquake, approximately 70 kilometers east of the Oshinka Peninsula. This was the

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How The Worst Famine In The US History Killed 3 Out Of 4 People

How The Worst Famine In The US History Killed 3 Out Of 4 People

🕔08:41, 27.Jul 2018

For as long as there have been people, there’s been famine. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors developed agriculture because, although most people’s diets actually got worse when they started farming, it was easier to build up the stores needed to survive a

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How To Stockpile Lard, The Calorie Rich Survival Food Of The Great Depression

How To Stockpile Lard, The Calorie Rich Survival Food Of The Great Depression

🕔07:23, 26.Jul 2018

Suicides exploded during the great depression. The stats are pretty alarming. They state that in 1928 22 people per 100,000 were committing suicide. These suicide jumps have happened over time and are often due to economic downturn. The fact that

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The Three-Year Shelf Life Viking Survival Food (With Pictures)

The Three-Year Shelf Life Viking Survival Food (With Pictures)

🕔06:59, 23.Jul 2018

A prepper’s way of life is to plan for any type of situation that might occur throughout life. One area that’s a concern for many is food. It’s easy to grab the non-perishables because they… well, don’t perish. However, while

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The Survival Foods That Kept The British Alive During The Nazi Blockade

The Survival Foods That Kept The British Alive During The Nazi Blockade

🕔07:23, 16.Jul 2018

Britain’s Food Dependency During WWII At the start of World War II, Britain was painfully dependent on food imports. Over two-thirds of Britain’s cheese, sugar, cereal, and fats were imported. So were four-fifths of its fruits, half of its meat,

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How to Make Bannock the Survival Food Rich in Vitamin C

How to Make Bannock the Survival Food Rich in Vitamin C

🕔07:18, 9.Jul 2018

While retail shelves and online retailers have stock that is full of designer hiking and camping foods, there are those that can be made at home and that have stood the test of time. Nowadays the sugary, over priced granola

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How to Build a 44-Day Stockpile for Only $2.40 a Day

How to Build a 44-Day Stockpile for Only $2.40 a Day

🕔08:30, 5.Jul 2018

The average meal for two in a typical NYC restaurant is $102.60. I wondered how much food I could buy with that same amount of money to add to my stockpile. Here’s how I bought and stored 44 days’ worth

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Should You Throw It Out? These Moldy Foods Are Still Edible

Should You Throw It Out? These Moldy Foods Are Still Edible

🕔07:53, 2.Jul 2018

I hate to think how much food I have wasted because of mold. My mother taught me well: “When in doubt, throw it out.” In many cases that is a good motto to live by. However, when it comes to

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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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