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Mistakes Preppers Make in Stockpiling Food

Stockpiling food is the starting point for most preppers. That's actually a pretty good starting point, because in any survival situation, the amount of food and water you have will make a huge amount of difference in how well you can survive. Many other survival items might only be needed for one survival scenario or another, but food will be needed no matter what. Unfortunately, there is a lot of mixed advice going around about what food you should stockpile and how to stockpile it. Granted, this is an area where there are lots of different opinions and what is...

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Introduction to Aquaponics

Introduction to Aquaponics

With the advancement of farming technology today, you might have encountered the word “aquaponics”. So what is aquaponics? It is a term being used for the symbiotic process in which both plants and fish have mutual relationships. It means that both of them can benefit with each other. It is a kind of environment where plants use the waste of fish as a means to live and survive and in the same way plant’s waste are used by fish to live. This brilliant idea of farming has been created with an aim for farmers and agricultural firms to take part...

Oct 02, 2017 0 comments

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Preserving Food: 4 Skills You Need to Know

Preserving Food: 4 Skills You Need to Know

Putting food on your shelves is something everyone should be doing. Stuffing the refrigerator and freezer with a lot of meat and ready-to-eat meals is not going to do you a lot of good when the power goes out. The idea is to have non-perishable foods in an emergency pantry that will allow you and your family to eat and have what they need to survive. You don’t have to buy all of the food you put on your shelves from the grocery store. It is no secret the cost of food is constantly on the rise and it can...

Oct 02, 2017 0 comments

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Hiding Your Prepper Garden After a Collapse

Hiding Your Prepper Garden After a Collapse

Growing a garden in today’s world is pretty straightforward. You work the ground, you plant the seeds, you deal with weeds and pests, you harvest the food at the end of the season. A garden is meant to provide YOUR family with food and if you are willing to share a bit with your friends and neighbors so be it. If you or they are hungry or craving something, they can run to the store and buy it themselves. After a collapse, your garden is going to be a very valuable commodity. We lock the doors to our houses in...

Oct 02, 2017 0 comments

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Substituting Ingredients for Survival Cooking After SHTF

Substituting Ingredients for Survival Cooking After SHTF

Cooking a meal from scratch is going to be very common in the weeks and months after a major economic collapse or a complete power grid failure. Our grandparents were not spoiled with the ready-to-eat foods we have been lucky (or maybe not so lucky) to have grown dependent on. After a long day at work or a busy day running errands, we can pop an entire meal in the microwave or oven and eat in 30 minutes or less with no prep work. After we are thrust back into the dark ages a bit, that luxury will be gone...

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