When searching for the best long-term survival food, one food type is unmatched in terms of meeting basic nutritional needs.
As things occur both in the U.S. and the world, now is the time to take advantage and do all that you can, and the canned goods can be found within your budget that fulfill your basic needs.
A world without coffee is not a world most people would want to live in. Storing coffee beans for the long haul will ensure your favorite morning beverage needs are met and you will have enough extra for the neighbors and family during an emergency.
There’s a lot to learn from how Child arranged her own personal kitchen and how to bring out the master chef in your humble household.
If you’re looking for another food preservation method, watch this quick guide on how to make pemmican.
When the grid goes down, it’s a race against time to save your perishable food. Writer, Jeremiah Johnson shares his advice on how to save it all and get it shelf stable when the you-know-what has hit the fan.
Make some room in your prepper pantry for this super survival food. It will supplement your diet and give you the extra protein and fats your body needs in times of trouble.
These cookies are just like the ones that grandma used to make.
Recycling and scrounging are two skills it would behoove you to develop prior to a collapse.
Carol may be one of the most badass zombie killers of all times but gauging by the response from the residents of Alexandria, she apparently makes a pretty good cookie, as well. All she needed was some acorns, some beets and a dash of imagination.
Preparing to bug out on foot requires physical fitness and lightweight calorie-dense foods to get you to your destination. Be sure to include these foods in your bug out bag.
Those of you who plan to take the first steps toward preparing for emergencies may feel a bit overwhelmed at first. Here is a pantry primer on the easiest course to get started in creating a well-stocked emergency food pantry.