We are all looking for a way to save a buck here and there. Going out into your own backyard to find wild growing foods can be used to make homemade preserves. Shane Floyd’s book, Poverty Jelly: Delicious Jellies For the Home From the Home uses common ingredients found around homesteads and backyards and can help you make use with the food you have available.
As a parent who advocates preparedness, it is difficult to find non-threatening ways to get my kids on the preparedness wagon. This book is a great place to start and a great tool to help young children begin understanding the dynamics of preparedness.
Introducing my newly published book, “The Prepper’s Blueprint: The Step-By-Step Guide To Help You Through Any Disaster.” Learn more about this all-encompassing preparedness resource that will help you prepare for any type of disaster – both big and small.
Very rarely does a book cross my path and jolts me into action. Read more on how the book strikes at the heart of unveiling the corrupt foods in our food sources, how to eat healthier, more simply and saving money at the same time.
Sharon Peterson’s book, Simply Canning is one of the best canning books I have read. Read about why I give this book glowing reviews. Simply Canning is simply a must have!
Leave a comment and let us know how you store fruits and vegetables in your prepper pantry and you are automatically entered in a giveaway to win an EasyPrep Fruit Fest with 78 servings of 5 fruit varieties.
The Kelly Kettle is an ideal product for off grid cooking. Read all about this great product and enter for a chance to win one!
We’re hosting a writing contest until September 30h, where you can share your knowledge with the Ready Nutrition community.
Enter in the drawing for a free Sun Oven! The drawing will be on June 15th, so enter today!