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How to Make Powdered Eggs

How to Make Powdered Eggs

🕔20:52, 24.Mar 2015

Editor’s Note: Powdered Eggs are cheap, lightweight, nutritious and can last up to 10 years without refrigeration. If it weren’t for their lack of Vitamin C, (nutritionally) a person could basically subsist for years only on powdered eggs. Powdered eggs

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Mosquito-Repelling Weeds That you can Plant this Spring in your Backyard

Mosquito-Repelling Weeds That you can Plant this Spring in your Backyard

🕔14:34, 23.Mar 2015

Mosquitoes kill more people every year than any other creature (including humans-murderers). And every person who prepares for an epidemic breakout should take into consideration at least some protection against these disease carriers. I’m not going to state that this

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How to Make Your Knife as Sharp as the Devil Himself

How to Make Your Knife as Sharp as the Devil Himself

🕔13:53, 20.Mar 2015

Though I have never been or never desire to be a killer much of my life’s success was predicated on keeping a set of razor sharp knifes. Again, I am not an assassin but I was a chef for many

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Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup

Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup

🕔13:43, 17.Mar 2015

Did you know that although Europeans knew how to tap trees, it was the American Indian who discovered how to make maple syrup? (Around 1660) The sap was considered to be a fortifying drink… justly, because birch sap contains fructose,

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AMAZING!! – Still Alive after 13 Months Adrift in the Pacific – How did he do it?

AMAZING!! – Still Alive after 13 Months Adrift in the Pacific – How did he do it?

🕔13:12, 12.Mar 2015

I don’t usually drink Cola, but after 13 months adrift I’m sure it tastes goooooood. His mother, Maria Julia, said she was eager to oblige when he returned home. “We will make him a big meal, but we won’t feed

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Inside This Unassuming Pothole Is A Millionaire’s House…And It’s Awesome

Inside This Unassuming Pothole Is A Millionaire’s House…And It’s Awesome

🕔12:34, 11.Mar 2015

Some people have the monetary luxury to prepare for the “just-in-case.” While most of us have a supply of candlesticks and matches, and maybe even bottled water and some canned food, that’s about as prepared as we come. These millionaires,

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How to make Antibacterial Laundry Detergent at Home

How to make Antibacterial Laundry Detergent at Home

🕔12:35, 10.Mar 2015

Back in the old days, before all our modern detergents and soaps and powders, housewives and their children battled the wash with two things: Soda crystals and bluing. Soda crystals, also called washing-soda or Sodium Carbonate, are white crystals used

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The Most Common Biological Weapons (and Antidotes)

The Most Common Biological Weapons (and Antidotes)

🕔15:35, 9.Mar 2015

In both World Wars they used everything they had. If they had had more, they would’ve used more. So, I can’t possibly imagine a third World War without nuclear, biological and chemical bombs. The first who starts the war will

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How to Make the Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic

How to Make the Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic

🕔14:28, 5.Mar 2015

Herbal tinctures are typically an alcoholic extract of plant or animal material. One of the best solvents you can find in any home is VINEGAR. Being acidic is a better solvent for obtaining alkaloids then most of industrial products. The

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The Only 4 Antibiotics You’ll Need when SHTF

The Only 4 Antibiotics You’ll Need when SHTF

🕔12:32, 4.Mar 2015

The most important thing you should know about antibiotics! Never expect a doctor to phone-in a prescription for an antibiotic without seeing you first. Why? To ensure your illness is in fact a bacterial infection, as viruses do not respond

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The 7 Lost US Nuclear Bombs

The 7 Lost US Nuclear Bombs

🕔13:49, 3.Mar 2015

“For over four decades of the Cold War the world lived under the threat of nuclear annihilation. Nuclear powers spent two trillion dollars on nuclear arms; enough to make sure that there was overkill for the overkill. All this was

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10 Things to Do on the Day The Economy Collapses

10 Things to Do on the Day The Economy Collapses

🕔15:09, 1.Mar 2015

“Most of us are so used to running out to the supermarket or to Wal-Mart for whatever we need that we never even stop to consider what would happen if suddenly we were not able to do that. Already the

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Making Raw Apple Cider Vinegar at Home

Making Raw Apple Cider Vinegar at Home

🕔14:11, 26.Feb 2015

The best apple cider vinegars are organic, unfiltered and raw (unpasteurized). I personally use scraps (peels and cores). This way I get to eat my apples and make vinegar too. Or if you are making a pie or apple sauce…

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100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel

100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel

🕔13:32, 25.Feb 2015

During our boiling, broiling, blistering summer of 2012 here in the Missouri Ozarks, water was a topic of conversation wherever we went. Creeks and ponds dried up (some never recovered) and the water table dropped, forcing a few neighbors to

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Turning Flour into Hardtack Biscuits With Over 100 Year Shelf Life

Turning Flour into Hardtack Biscuits With Over 100 Year Shelf Life

🕔12:22, 23.Feb 2015

Why stockpile flour (max shelf-life 1 year) when you can turn it into Hardtack Biscuits which will last indefinitely. Hardtacks were the main food source for sailors for centuries (during the Tudor and later periods). But the Civil War is

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