Survival Food

Are Ornamental Plants WORTHLESS for Homesteaders?

Are Ornamental Plants WORTHLESS for Homesteaders?

Many ornamental plants have more than one use. Some are even edible. When combined with your fruit, nuts and vegetables, they can be a worthwhile addition to your homestead – not a worthless waste of space.

10 Easy Tips to Avoid Food Storage Problems

10 Easy Tips to Avoid Food Storage Problems

These tips will help minimize mistakes, and ensure your stored food and water will be available when you most need them.

Harvesting and Utilizing Wild Grapes

Harvesting and Utilizing Wild Grapes

Go hunting for wild grapes. Once you find them, you’ll start seeing the fruit everywhere. And once you’ve had wild grape jam or jelly… you’ll never go back to store-bought grape jelly.

Jumpstart Your Garden: Regrow Vegetable Food Scraps

Jumpstart Your Garden: Regrow Vegetable Food Scraps

Try out these simple kitchen-back-to-garden tricks just for the experience or to boost your food production and shorten the cycle of germination–to–dinner plate.

These Edibles Also Improve Soil

These Edibles Also Improve Soil

Let’s say you don’t like either option – or can’t afford either option. What’s a survival gardener to do?

Cooking With the Sun: How to Create Your Own Reflective Cooker

Cooking With the Sun: How to Create Your Own Reflective Cooker

When end of the current lifestyle you’re living as you know it comes, you’re going to want to know how to cook food by more readily-available means.

Kefir: Your Solution To Milk Without Refrigeration

Kefir: Your Solution To Milk Without Refrigeration

Kefir is a healthful yogurt substitute you can make yourself – and it can be stored without refrigeration.

The Secret to Building a Salad Keyhole Garden

The Secret to Building a Salad Keyhole Garden

A keyhole garden is a remarkably adaptable element that works in a range of garden styles.

Rabbits As A Survival Food Source

Rabbits As A Survival Food Source

As a prepper who wants to know I can survive some possible disaster scenarios, it makes sense to me, because it’s something I can do “right here and now” as a practical survival skill that isn’t socially unacceptable and which will thus be in place already if some disaster scenario does take place.

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