How to Grow Potatoes in Shopping Bags for an Extended Harvest

How to Grow Potatoes in Shopping Bags for an Extended Harvest

🕔06:58, 31.Dec 2019

Harvesting your potatoes in bags is not only a good way to grow them in small spaces, but it can also extend the harvest time. In addition, it’s also helpful in keeping pests and disease away from the spuds. And,

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Couple Builds Greenhouse Around Home to Stay Warm and Grow Food All Year Long

Couple Builds Greenhouse Around Home to Stay Warm and Grow Food All Year Long

🕔08:41, 30.Dec 2019

A Swedish couple have taken a novel approach to keeping their property in Stockholm warm all year round. Marie Granmar and Charles Sacilotto wanted to create a sustainable home in which their family would be comfortable during the long nordic

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How to Protect Yourself from 5G

How to Protect Yourself from 5G

🕔08:45, 27.Dec 2019

The smartphone has become an integral part of our everyday lives. Since 1983, when the world’s first cell phone was introduced, these amazing devices have shrunk in size, while increasing in capacity. Today’s smartphones have more computing power inside of

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26 Necessary Tools for Off-Grid Living

26 Necessary Tools for Off-Grid Living

🕔07:57, 26.Dec 2019

Off-grid living is something that many of us aspire to. Not only does it provide for excellent self-sufficiency and sustainability living in a post-disaster world, but it allows us a most cost-effective and sustainable lifestyle in the here and now.

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How to Make a Natural Remedy for Food Poisoning

How to Make a Natural Remedy for Food Poisoning

🕔08:26, 24.Dec 2019

Food poisoning is serious business; nothing to be trifled with. According to estimates by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 48 million people per year suffer some form of food poisoning. That’s roughly one in every six Americans.

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A Forgotten Wild Edible: Pine Bark Flour

A Forgotten Wild Edible: Pine Bark Flour

🕔10:29, 23.Dec 2019

Bark pealing was a traditional practice amongst the Sami people of northern Scandinavia and of many different indigenous tribes of North America. Some researchers argue if the bark was used as a common food in their diet or just used

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Remove This From Your Stockpile Immediately

Remove This From Your Stockpile Immediately

🕔12:16, 20.Dec 2019

Building a survival stockpile is a challenge on many levels. Trying to afford it is one challenge. Trying to ensure that it will provide your family with the necessary nutrition is another challenge altogether; one which can contradict the first

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What Happens When the Government Becomes Your Worst Enemy

What Happens When the Government Becomes Your Worst Enemy

🕔08:18, 19.Dec 2019

Chile has struggled to become a thriving democracy. Once a dictatorship under Augusto Pinochet, the country has gone through considerable turmoil since his death. Capitalism has not treated everyone fairly in this country, even though Pinochet was once lauded for

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How to Catch Fish with a Jug

How to Catch Fish with a Jug

🕔10:32, 17.Dec 2019

Jug line fishing is an easy method that has been around for a long time. First timers and seasonal fishermen find this method to be consistent, effective, and low cost. If you are in an area with a decent amount

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The Top 6 Historical Egg Preservation Techniques

The Top 6 Historical Egg Preservation Techniques

🕔11:37, 16.Dec 2019

Food preservation is one of the most essential topics for preppers to be familiar with. In this article, we’re going to be looking specifically at historical methods for keeping eggs fresh. Eggs are a key part of most homesteaders diets,

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This Driveway Weed Has Pain-Killing Properties Similar to Ibuprofen

This Driveway Weed Has Pain-Killing Properties Similar to Ibuprofen

🕔11:45, 13.Dec 2019

A common weed growing in the cracks of driveways across the country is capable of relieving pain, calming inflammation and has many other health benefits. Historically, this plant has been considered so valuable that many early settlers carried a piece

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Kudzu – The Famine Food

Kudzu – The Famine Food

🕔11:30, 12.Dec 2019

If you grew up in the south, you might have looked warily at the overtaking kudzu that swallowed up whole trees and even whole forest edges. Perhaps your parents told you to keep your distance because “the snakes were hidden

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Sour Tea Helps You Avoid High Blood Pressure

Sour Tea Helps You Avoid High Blood Pressure

🕔09:35, 10.Dec 2019

Nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure, according to the American Heart Association. Unfortunately, many of them are unaware they have it or of the damage that it can cause. High blood pressure is often called “the silent

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How to Make Matzo Bread With a Long Shelf Life

How to Make Matzo Bread With a Long Shelf Life

🕔11:03, 9.Dec 2019

As most preppers know, stockpiling foods with a decent shelf life can be a challenge, as well as redundant. Not all foods do well long term, such as bread. So, the thought of having any kind of bread is not

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5 Things You Can Do If People Find Out You’re A Prepper

5 Things You Can Do If People Find Out You’re A Prepper

🕔08:13, 6.Dec 2019

You’re a prepper and I’m sure you’re doing everything you can to make sure that your family will be safe when and if a disaster strikes. Part of that is doing everything you can to maintain OPSEC, so that nobody

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