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How To Prepare And Field Dress Wild Game

How To Prepare And Field Dress Wild Game

🕔08:04, 2.Mar 2021

I have always loved the challenge of heading out into the woods and attempting to come home with dinner. When I first started hunting as a child, one of my biggest hesitations was the fact that I didn’t know how

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How To Make A Water Pump In Your Backyard

How To Make A Water Pump In Your Backyard

🕔08:25, 25.Feb 2021

There is a multitude of reasons that we may find ourselves without power and need to move water from one place to another. Whether you need to get water from a source to your home or have a basement full

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How To Make Bacon Powder

How To Make Bacon Powder

🕔10:40, 9.Feb 2021

Today there is a reason to celebrate. Today we are making bacon powder. Yes, you read that right: Bacon. Powder. Why, you might wonder, would anyone want to waste bacon by making a powder out of it? Why not just

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How To Preserve Eggs With Lime Water

How To Preserve Eggs With Lime Water

🕔08:14, 2.Feb 2021

Eggs. It’s incredible just how versatile these little guys are and just how much we depend on them. Whether over easy, hard-boiled, baked in a cake or cookies, or used as a binder, it’s unlikely that a week goes by

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How To Make Your Own Salt For SHTF

How To Make Your Own Salt For SHTF

🕔08:25, 29.Jan 2021

Table salt, also known as NaCl (sodium chloride), is just as important to human survival as food and water, and our bodies would be in serious trouble in a short time without it. It is an important mineral for the

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How To Build A Cheap Bunker In Your Backyard

How To Build A Cheap Bunker In Your Backyard

🕔08:00, 14.Jan 2021

The average steel bunker, base design, is going to run you over $20,000 for installation. I think that most preppers with a spare $20,000 at this moment would use it for several things other than that expensive doomsday bunker. Just

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How To Restore A Cast Iron You Bought At Garage Sales

How To Restore A Cast Iron You Bought At Garage Sales

🕔10:12, 18.Dec 2020

The pioneers taught us much about what we know when it comes to campfire cooking and cast iron cookware. They cooked most every meal in these types of skillets and Dutch ovens. It was also very important that they cared

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How To Become Untraceable When SHTF

How To Become Untraceable When SHTF

🕔08:58, 14.Dec 2020

The number of dangers we could face in a post-disaster world is innumerable. Part of the problem is that we don’t really know what that world will look like. While there are certain things we can surmise, based upon past

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Butchering Turkey

Butchering Turkey

🕔08:47, 24.Nov 2020

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and many families are looking forward to spending some well earned time together. Turkeys are synonymous with Thanksgiving dinner, and most of us just drop by the supermarket to buy one, take it home

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How To Escape Zip Ties

How To Escape Zip Ties

🕔09:02, 17.Nov 2020

While it is unlikely that you will ever find yourself unlawfully detained with your hands secured by zip ties, the possibility does exist, and it is worthwhile to know how to free yourself. This article is going to outline four

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How To Make Powdered Eggs

How To Make Powdered Eggs

🕔09:25, 10.Nov 2020

Editor’s Note: This article was first published in 2015. Given the fact that eggs are one of the most important protein sources, everyone should consider adding them to their stockpile. I believe this information will be helpful to people who

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How To Seal Food Without A Vacuum Sealer

How To Seal Food Without A Vacuum Sealer

🕔09:27, 6.Nov 2020

You probably already know that the best, easiest way to keep your food storage fresher for longer is to vacuum seal your stock. Without the presence of oxygen, the vacuum sealed food can stay fresher for up to 2-3 years

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How To Collect Pine Pollen – A Long Lasting Super Food

How To Collect Pine Pollen – A Long Lasting Super Food

🕔08:46, 3.Nov 2020

As a prepper, I am constantly looking for food sources in the wild. We regularly go foraging for greens, berries, and mushrooms. However, I am also looking for some of those outside the box foods that I can preserve and

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How To Cultivate Your Own Wild Yeast Starter

How To Cultivate Your Own Wild Yeast Starter

🕔08:54, 27.Oct 2020

Due to the world-wide pandemic, it seems every time I go shopping, there is another hot item that is extremely hard to find, if you can find it at all. Items like toilet paper, paper towel, canning supplies, and various

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How To Make Aspirin From Willow Bark

How To Make Aspirin From Willow Bark

🕔06:53, 16.Oct 2020

You probably see the name “Bayer” every time you open the medicine cabinet, and most likely it’s on a bottle of aspirin. The Bayer pharmaceutical company originally trademarked the word “aspirin”, and first started marketing it in 1899 as a

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