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177 Cool DIY Projects for Preppers

177 Cool DIY Projects for Preppers

🕔00:00, 16.Jun 2020

Want a cool preparedness project for this weekend? Here are a few ideas: #1 How to Make Homemade Bread in a Can #2 Using Mineral Oil to Keep Eggs Fresh for up to One Year #3 How to Make a Keyhole Garden

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How to Dry Can Beans and Rice for 20+ Years Shelf Life

How to Dry Can Beans and Rice for 20+ Years Shelf Life

🕔06:55, 15.Jun 2020

Beans and rice, a significant staple in a prepper’s pantry…or, should be. And, if the 2020 pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that we can never be too prepared for shortages of any kind. Prepping or pandemic aside though, I

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7 Ways To Not Waste A Good Crisis

7 Ways To Not Waste A Good Crisis

🕔08:21, 11.Jun 2020

In a way, disasters are what we all live for; at least, that’s what preppers live for. Oh, we may not admit it, but deep down inside our secret heart we do. On one hand, we’re all hoping that nothing

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How to Build Your Own Wall Hanging Can Rotator

How to Build Your Own Wall Hanging Can Rotator

🕔07:17, 9.Jun 2020

This past week I had some spare time and I decided to put it to good use. I finished a survival project I had in mind for a while now and I am very happy with the results. This is

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How to Make a Nutritious One-Year Shelf-Life Vitamin Bar for Your Stockpile

How to Make a Nutritious One-Year Shelf-Life Vitamin Bar for Your Stockpile

🕔08:19, 8.Jun 2020

Shelf stable nutrition is a big part of creating a sound food storage program. Nutritional diversity should be something you concern yourself with while you are building up your deep pantry and your long-term food storage solutions. This is one

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Homemade Traps for Garden Pests

Homemade Traps for Garden Pests

🕔08:12, 2.Jun 2020

Depending on where you live, it could be a bit challenging to actually know what season we are in right now. It’s not uncommon to go from winter-like temperatures, to balmy and steamy days and evenings. But, this particular year,

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10 Medical Home Emergencies and How to Manage Them

10 Medical Home Emergencies and How to Manage Them

🕔08:03, 19.May 2020

Many emergencies can be controlled at home if you know how to handle them. Preparing ahead for the most common medical emergencies allows you to be ready to treat them effectively and allows you to relax knowing you have it

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Are Store Shelves Empty in Your Area Too?

Are Store Shelves Empty in Your Area Too?

🕔07:10, 3.Apr 2020

If there’s anything that’s going to identify the COVID-19 pandemic, in most people’s minds, it’s the empty store shelves. As a nation, we are accustomed to being able to go into the store and get anything we need. If our

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Watch Out for These Toilet Paper Eating Bugs

Watch Out for These Toilet Paper Eating Bugs

🕔10:09, 9.Mar 2020

I think I’ve heard it all now… there are bugs out there who eat paper. I guess that shouldn’t be all that surprising, considering how termites go after wood and paper is made from wood fibers. But I guess it’s

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