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3 Of The Most Common And Dangerous Foodborne Diseases

Food! We all do it, we all eat. Not only because we have to in order to survive, but also because we like it. Most cultures are unique when it comes to culinary treats, with at least a couple of dishes to set them easily aside from the rest of the world. Cooking may come in different shapes and sizes, but the raw material is (more or less) the same Read more

4 Meats That Are Packed With Protein

Proteins are essential to living organism and humans make no exception. It helps build and repair muscle mass, it serves as a building block for body chemicals (enzymes, hormones etc.), skin, blood, bones, helps release carbohydrates into the bloodstream and so on. Every single fully functional cell in the human body needs protein in order to Read more

Fishing for Survival

There are plenty of survival scenarios that could happen and might force you to resort to fishing for survival. If the SHTF scenario finds you at home and prepared, with all the fishing gear you need at your disposal, good. Read more

Hay Bale Gardening: How To Grow Your Own Veggies Without Fertilizer And Weed-Free

The first thing you’ll need to start your very own hay bale garden is getting your hands on hay bales. If you have nobody to turn to in your vicinity that could sell or give you the hay bales, you can always go on the internet and find farmers that have hay bales for sale. Once they’re delivered to you, pick a spot to your liking (preferably in your garden) and set them as you see fit. Read more

How To Naturally Preserve Meat

If in the near future energy will no longer be a modern day commodity, but a luxury hard to come by, learning how to preserve meat and store your own food. Your fridge will probably become just another shelf, useless without a power source. But there are ways to still keep your balanced diet. Read more

15 Essential Crops To Have In Your Survival Garden

You don’t have to be a professional farmer, you’ll just have to educate yourself a little in the matter. Be aware of the sustenance and nutrients each product has to offer, calculate how much land you’ll need for the endeavor and set your budget. Your best weapon (if you decide to pick up the shovel) is information: educate yourself on season crops, micro-farming, insect repellants, seed collections and storage. Read more

Home Essentials You Need for Survival

With so many daily work, family, and personal distractions, it’s no wonder so many of us remain unconcerned and unprepared for a potential disaster to strike. But they do strike often, all around the world, and assuming you and your family will be exempt could endanger your lives. Read more

7 Nutritious Foods That Can Last Forever

It seems that with each passing day more and more signs arise that put things into a disturbing perspective: modern society is getting closer and closer to the edge and is soon to fall to its demise. The cause and nature of the imminent disaster make very little difference. The… Read more

How To Pickle The American Way

I have seen a lot of things in my life, met a lot of people and been in all sorts of situations. Yet I’ve still to meet the one person that doesn’t like pickles. Pickles are already deeply rooted intro American culture and they seem to be to everyone’s liking. And why not? Not only do they make pretty much everything taste better Read more

How To Preserve And Store Fresh Apples

I know what you might be thinking: rather have the apples fresh then preserved, you’ll just pick them fresh off the shelves! But “fresh” is not exactly what you get off the shelves, because according to Martin Lindstrom (marketing visionary and author), the shelf life in the U.S Read more
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