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What is the Best Kind of Milk for Food Storage?

Milk is something that most families consume in generous amounts. However, when it comes to storing it, most of us realize pretty quickly that fresh milk won’t last more than a couple of weeks at most. As a result, milk is often an item that is frequently omitted from a family’s emergency food storage. Read more

20 Unusual Uses for Garlic

Pungent and powerful, garlic has dozens of health and household uses. Chew up a raw clove of garlic and you might exhale noxious, eye-watering clouds of stink all day, but you’ll also repel mosquitoes (and vampires), increase your immunity, heal cold sores, expel Read more

Cheap Breakfast for Surviving Hard Times

For only 10-cents per serving, you could enjoy a healthy and inexpensive breakfast, or any meal, with a cracked grain cereal mix. Here’s how… 9 Grain Cracked Cereal Mix You may be affected by hard times, or you are simply looking for ways to be more frugal with your food Read more

Top 10 Egg Laying Chickens

If you are looking to build a more self sufficient lifestyle, having several egg laying chickens is a great way to get a reliable supply of eggs – a great source of protein and nutrients. Chickens lay eggs all year long – with really productive hens laying more than 200 eggs Read more

The Biggest Threat To A Prepper

The biggest threat to a prepper is not the zombies charging down the street to pillage your stash. It is not your so called neighbors and friends while you are away. It is not the government making tougher restrictions on how you live. It is not even a natural disaster. Why, it is because Read more

5 Reasons You Should Load Up On Olive Oil

Most preppers don`t even consider stocking olive oil, because it goes bad faster than other alternatives. Indeed, an unopened bottle of olive oil can last up to four years, while an opened bottle may start getting rancid after only 90 days. However, olive oil has a LOT more purposes than cooking, that most people have no idea about. Read more

Survival Skill – Pickling

July-2012-009-225x300Mmmm.. the delightful smell of simmering vinegar, dill and mustard seed. It’s a smell that never fails to transport me back to my childhood, being driven out of the house by the smell of my mother’s day-long pickling marathons. The smell may be identical, but our pickling styles are different.… Read more

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