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How To Build A Solar Dehydrator

How To Build A Solar Dehydrator

🕔06:34, 22.May 2018

If you want to get the benefits of dried fruit without spending a lot of money at the grocery store, you might want to build your own fruit dryer. A fruit dryer is easy to build if you have the

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Preserving Your Favorite Treats – From Cheetos to Chocolate and Everything In Between

Preserving Your Favorite Treats – From Cheetos to Chocolate and Everything In Between

🕔12:25, 1.May 2018

As we work to build up our food stores, the most important things I can put back are foods that are nutrient-dense and will keep our bodies in tip-top condition. The ultimate goal is to have a supply of healthy

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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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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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Pioneer Foods We’ll Be Eating A Lot After SHTF

Pioneer Foods We’ll Be Eating A Lot After SHTF

🕔09:23, 20.Mar 2018

Once upon a time, heading on down to the grocery store to fill the pantry whenever you needed to was not an option. Pioneers who traveled west in pursuit of religious freedom and a better life in the early days

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How Much Land Do You Need to Be Self-Sufficient?

How Much Land Do You Need to Be Self-Sufficient?

🕔08:44, 12.Mar 2018

My grandparents were mostly self-sufficient on a small two-acre farm. They had a milk cow, raised a beef cow each year, had chickens, pigs, and a large garden. They traded for many items, sold some produce, and purchased a little

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What Do You Do When Someone Asks For Food in a Crisis?

What Do You Do When Someone Asks For Food in a Crisis?

🕔09:09, 8.Mar 2018

If you’re checking the perimeter and you see three or four armed men cutting the fence, there’s a clear threat. In that situation, opening fire is an option you’re going to have to consider in a hurry. But it’s not

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11 Things The Pioneers Carried With Them On The Oregon Trail

11 Things The Pioneers Carried With Them On The Oregon Trail

🕔08:58, 5.Mar 2018

The Oregon Trail has a legendary place in the history of the United States. Originally built by fur traders and trappers in the early 19th century, by the mid-1840s it had become one of the most important routes for settlers

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13 Survival Foods You Should Always Have at Home

13 Survival Foods You Should Always Have at Home

🕔12:08, 23.Feb 2018

Most of us have heard that the average American has less than 3 days worth of food at home.  That means we’re only 72 hours away from a food riot should supply lines be disrupted.  Even if you don’t have

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50 Foods to Dehydrate for Your Stockpile

50 Foods to Dehydrate for Your Stockpile

🕔07:40, 19.Feb 2018

Our modern food system relies on trucks. It relies on shipping and the ability to get trailer loads of product into supermarkets and retailers. So, what happens if something impedes those deliveries? Just how long would the people around be

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22 Cans You Can Purchase for $1 or Under

22 Cans You Can Purchase for $1 or Under

🕔14:43, 12.Feb 2018

Canned goods are not only a great way to stock up on food in case of an emergency, but also a fantastic way to feed your family every day. Canned goods are fairly inexpensive, they keep for a long time,

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21 Wild Edibles You Can Find in Urban Areas

21 Wild Edibles You Can Find in Urban Areas

🕔08:49, 1.Feb 2018

You don’t have to leave the city to get started foraging.  Life finds a way, even through sidewalk cracks and abandoned lots.  Once you learn to identify basic urban food plants, street trees that you’ve walked by hundreds of times

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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 A Gluten-free Emergency Kit

How To Make A Gluten-free Emergency Kit

🕔10:17, 23.Jan 2018

Most people have had an encounter with some form of a gluten-free experience, whether it be food they have had, choices on the grocery store shelf, or perhaps read an article about eating gluten-free. Those who don’t have to worry

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