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The Tree That Every Prepper Should Grow In His Backyard

The Tree That Every Prepper Should Grow In His Backyard

🕔10:46, 19.Jul 2018

Moringa has been called the “Miracle Tree” and for good reason. It’s one of the top superfoods out there on par with avocado, salmon, quinoa, or turmeric just to name a few. The versatility of this plant is unparalleled given

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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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Shocking Foods That People Ate During the Leningrad Siege

Shocking Foods That People Ate During the Leningrad Siege

🕔07:07, 18.Jun 2018

Novels about survival and handbooks are helpful, but history is one of the greatest teachers. In studying survival techniques, I decided to look at some of the historical sieges and how residents survived. One of the most tragic events in

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The 5 Survival Foods that Saved Lives During World War II

The 5 Survival Foods that Saved Lives During World War II

🕔07:56, 12.Jun 2018

There’s no question that wars create suffering; they have, all through history. War, on an individual basis, is nothing more than a massive survival scenario, being played out by thousands of people at the same time. Each is trying to

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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 Prevent Your Foods from Going Rancid

How to Prevent Your Foods from Going Rancid

🕔07:20, 29.May 2018

Oils and fats have different storage times depending on the type of oil and storage conditions. Under normal storage conditions, your oil will last from a few months to three years or more. Sealed, canned shortening powder will last three

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How to Make Emergency Survival Bread

How to Make Emergency Survival Bread

🕔09:45, 28.May 2018

Ahh, bread. There’s a reason that we, and by “we” I mean almost the entirety of the human race, have been consuming bread in one form or another for centuries. It takes some of the most basic ingredients with generally

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9 Foods Explorers Ate in Their South Pole Expedition 100 Years Ago

9 Foods Explorers Ate in Their South Pole Expedition 100 Years Ago

🕔07:18, 25.May 2018

The Journey across the Atlantic to the New World has vastly changed over time. It was once a necessity to escape things like oppression and famine. This journey took months to achieve and it was no vacation. By the early

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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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