Prepping and freeze-dried food are synonymous with one another. But is it worth all the hype?
Our preps are our lifelines during difficult times. Because of limited space issues, the items we carefully put away need to be versatile. Read about 7 kitchen essentials that will conserve space and get the job done.
Although wheat is the cornerstone of a prepper’s food storage, many don’t understand why they should have a bunch on hand, or even how to use it if the SHTF. It certainly feels like every single preparedness author out there recommends the storage of hundreds of pounds of wheat, but why? And what can you use it for?
Most people don’t realize that fruit peels often contain a higher concentration of nutrients than the fruit itself.
For those without enough property or in an urban or suburban area, an icebox might be a good thing to have, at least as a backup for the refrigerator.
Here are 10 mouthwatering waterfowl recipes to use the next time you have a plethora of duck meat.
The method to make these delectable treats is so simple – sugar and fruit.
Do you need a warm drink for a cold night? The spices and wine each have a natural warming sensation to the body and the aromas will relax you.
I love fresh biscotti, but the cooking time in regular recipes tends to dry it out too much for my liking. I found this “twice bake” recipe and my butter pecan biscotti turned out perfect!
All the stored food in the world will do no good if you have no way to heat your food. Learn more about these alternative cooking sources to use during an emergency.
Commercially produced peanut butter has been the cause of Salmonella outbreaks – some quite large and serious. Making your own peanut butter can help reduce risk of infection.
This Thanksgiving, I want you to stay healthy while enjoying the celebration of abundance the holiday represents
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.
Vacuum sealing has taken this country by storm, but there are certain risks involved when using this type of food storage. Know the facts and how to avoid the dangers.
Let’s face it, we’re all trying to cut corners here and there to make our monthly budgets work for us, without having to sacrifice nutrition or flavor. Purchasing all organic foods can come with a hefty price tag, if you don’t know how to do it.
This recipe is delicious and makes a thick, spreadable jam that goes great with anything! Try it out and see what I mean.
This delicious jelly will make a wonderful homemade gift for the holidays or can be a great way to spice up the traditional holiday meal.
Water bath canning is one of the easiest canning techniques used to create a balanced preparedness pantry. Here’s what you need to know! As an added bonus, some beginner recipes are also provided.
Dry onion soup mix is often purchased in grocery stores laced with monosodium glutamate and artificial colors and flavors. But it’s incredibly easy to make it at home and you get to control the ingredients used!
With meat prices steadily increasing at the grocery store, many are turning to purchasing bulk beef to save their budgets, and at the same time, bulk up their pantries for rainy days. This quick guide will teach you everything you need to know about making beef jerky and storing it for later use.
Dehydrating foods can be a wonderful addition to your emergency food pantry. Learn the pro, the cons, storage tips on dehydrating food for long-term storage.
Dehydrating fresh garden produce is a frugal and economical way of creating a well-stocked prepper pantry.
Homemade yogurt is easy to make, but there are a few tricks to learn before hand. Use this cheat sheet and the recipe to make delicious, probiotic-filled yogurt.
Here is a delicious and healthy recipe for ginger ale you can do at home.
For the last few years, I have purchased the store version of this chili sauce until I realized that I can easily make it on my own and enjoy the health properties it possesses.
Our cover crop, daikon radishes, grew in abundance and we didn’t know what to do with them all. Some of our friends suggested we try making Kimchi.