Just about everything we believe in, is confirmed or denied by the studies that are cranked out by the scientific community on a daily basis.
Cast iron pots and Dutch ovens may seem old-fashioned to some, but for those who are looking at making long-term living investments for sustainable living, this is the cookware of your dreams.
Dehydrating food is one of the best ways to frugally make dried foods and meals, or create a food storage pantry. This is the story of how I got hooked on dehydrating and found the best dehydrator for my needs. Check out some of the great recipes too!
The biggest mistakes this show makes, is failing to portray just how good people are at working together, and completely underestimating our ability and desire to rebuild civilization.
The book, Eat the Weeds contains a plethora of information based in research that can definitely help you from perspectives of nutrition, home budgeting, and preparedness.
We are living through a time that will go down in the history books as one of epic economic turmoil. Instead of three economic groups (Rich, Middle Class, and Poor) we are quickly dividing into two groups: richer and poorer.
Daisy Luther’s new book, “The Organic Canner,” exemplifies the self-reliant message we all hold dear, “get back to your roots.” This book takes you down the path toward food freedom and sustaining your family with fresh, healthy foods. Read more of my review for this canning resource.
I was lucky enough to stumble on something that many of you, myself included might not have seen yet, but that could be an excellent bug out vehicle option in the right circumstances.
If you’re looking for a survival novel with a lot of technical and tactical information, as well as some moral lessons, check out Expatriates: A Novel of the Coming Global Collapse. It’s a work of fiction, but it’s loaded with solid information that many will be able to apply to their own preparedness endeavours.