Stock up and prepare for that rainy day that could be just around the corner. And if the rainy day never comes, you’ve saved time and money while providing healthy food for your family.
Itâ€™s intimidating to even considering buying enough food to make it through to the next paycheck, and mind-boggling to imagine getting enough food and supplies for a year! Realize that by spending money prepping, you will save money in the long run.
Watermelon salsa is a great way to use up any leftover watermelon you may have. The sweet and spicy combination of this salsa is to die for!
You can begin to take steps to prepare your community for this type of disaster by starting with your home. Ensuring that you have the necessary preparations in place will help you diffuse the element of surprise these disasters tend to have.
The sun oven is everything it claims to be. This product is a prepper must have! Read more about the advantages of having this product in your preparedness supplies.
Although wheat is a great choice for adding to your preparedness supply, there is a downside to this food source that could be dangerous to your health.
When the time comes to take a life, will you be able to do it? All I can say is saying that you will butcher and actually performing the task are two separate entities.
Educating the masses on the importance of emergency preparedness, setting up protocols, and cooperating with existing disaster organizationâ€™s procedures will help the community as a whole pool resources and sustain themselves in times of long-term recovery.
Those living in apartments face special challenges with prepping in terms of the space availability, living in population dense areas and planning for urban emergencies. Learn from the experts who are walking the walk and talking the talk.
Wouldn’t it be great if you had one versatile dough that you could use for multiple recipes? Well, look no further. This dough can be used to make kolaches, doughnuts and also sweet bread.