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My 3 Bug Out Bags (with Pictures)

My 3 Bug Out Bags (with Pictures)

🕔09:33, 16.Jan 2020

Everyone in the prepping community gets around to talking about bug out bags at one time or another. I’ve done it myself. There are no shortage of reasons why we all need to have a bug out plan and having

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5 Delicious Recipes Made with Ingredients that Last 100 Years

5 Delicious Recipes Made with Ingredients that Last 100 Years

🕔12:14, 14.Jan 2020

Imagine some 2000 years ago a Pharaoh was buried in the great pyramids and adorned in gold and riches. Radical wealth disparity in that ancient Egypt, huh? Not only did the great pharaohs spend eternity under a blanket of gold

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How to Lower Your Bad Cholesterol Levels with Hawthorn

How to Lower Your Bad Cholesterol Levels with Hawthorn

🕔09:42, 13.Jan 2020

Our bodies need cholesterol to function correctly. It is necessary for the brain, nervous system, cell walls, and to produce hormones, vitamins, and bile acids that help your body digest fat. Cholesterol is made in the liver to maintain the

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Cheapest Foods that You Can Stockpile

Cheapest Foods that You Can Stockpile

🕔10:02, 9.Jan 2020

Anyone who has even thought about prepping quickly came to realize that it’s not a hobby for the faint of heart. One look at what it costs to build a stockpile is all it takes to send many potential preppers

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200 Pounds of Food With this Plant You Can Harvest in Winter

200 Pounds of Food With this Plant You Can Harvest in Winter

🕔09:33, 2.Jan 2020

Jerusalem Artichokes are not actually an artichoke at all, but these nutrient-rich tubers should be a part of every preppers survival food plan. Native Americans once planted them along every trail they frequented simply to ensure a viable source of

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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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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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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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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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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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How to Make Black Garlic For Boosting Your Immune System

How to Make Black Garlic For Boosting Your Immune System

🕔10:59, 5.Dec 2019

Black Garlic is often referred to as fermented, however, the process is more like slow-roasting. Whole cloves of garlic are kept at a temperature of 140 F degrees for 2 to 6 weeks. The natural sugars are slowly caramelized and

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How to Can Your Leftover Turkey

How to Can Your Leftover Turkey

🕔08:03, 28.Nov 2019

There may be no better group than us preppers to understand the importance of giving thanks. We understand what could happen, what has happened and just how bleak the future might be. Things like running water, hot coffee, hot showers,

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8 Old West Cowboy Recipes

8 Old West Cowboy Recipes

🕔11:23, 18.Nov 2019

Can you see the sun breaking the horizon? The fire is already going, and you see others in camp stirring about. Perhaps someone is brewing up a kettle of Arbuckle’s axle grease, the old west cowboy’s name for Arbuckle brand

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