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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

How To Store Potatoes For Long Periods Of Time

The potato is one the most commonly used vegetables all across the U.S. It has high nutritional value, as it contains antioxidants, potassium, vitamin C and starch. If you’re the type of person that knows his potatoes and can’t get enough of them, I’ll show you how to make provisions to last for long periods of time. Whether you’re buying them from a local supermarket or you’re harvesting the spuds yourself, you must be aware of the fact that only the potatoes that are in perfect Read more

How to make alcohol at home

Alcohol is probably the most common vice in the world. Made from fruits or cereals, it is available everywhere, but at a different price. A good survivalist prepares for the crisis by stocking large quantities of alcohol, even if he or she is not a consumer. This is because in dire times, this product can make for a hefty bartering currency. Read more
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