These cookies are just like the ones that grandma used to make.
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
When I look at food these days the colours amaze me. Everything is so bright, unnaturally bright.
In these times of budget cuts, rising food costs, job losses and ever-increasing expenses, we can’t afford to let anything go to waste. Learn how to combine your leftovers to create delicious and frugal meals the entire family would approve of.
Sugar is an essential food staple that should be in every emergency pantry. Learn about different sugar alternatives there are for your long-term needs.
Each year, about 40 percent of all food in the United States goes uneaten. Here are 7 ways to avoid throwing uneaten food away and make the most of your perishable food investment.
Freeze-dried foods are a survival food must-have! Not only do they last 25+ years, but they will add versatility and needed vitamins to your preparedness diet. Discover ways of adding this important survival staple to your pantry.
Get the 4-1-1 on how to integrate powdered milk into your cooking endeavors. Conversion chart and recipes are included in this great resource.
Infusing honey with fruit or herbs is a great way to add enhanced taste to honey, as well as additional health benefits. Here are ten delicious infused honey to start out with and some ways that you can add infused honey to your foods. Enjoy!
Get smart about how to use foods in your preparedness pantry, and learn these nifty tricks on how to fill up our stomachs at the same time.
Potato flakes are one of those pantry items you can make from home and save money doing so. Here is an easy recipe to make potato flakes from scratch.
Smoke some, and get some good quality protein and practice for when you’re next in the woods and land that trout.
Blenders don’t have to be used solely for smoothies and shakes, you can also create delicious meals with them. If you’re short on time, these blender ideas can give you meals in a matter of minutes.
There is more to the pumpkin than meets the eye. The nutrition value alone makes pumpkins a vitamin powerhouse. Here are five ways to use pumpkins other than for a jack-o-lantern.
Nature’s bounty is all around us. It’s time to get back to our hunter/gatherer roots and learn which wild edibles we can forage.
When sterilizing jars for canning, you have options! Learn about the five sterilization methods you can use in canning foods.
Another autumn has crept up on us quickly, and with this change in weather comes the flurry of pumpkin spice everything.
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.
Most of us can benefit from learning to live a more simple and frugal life. And there is no reason to bust your budget on food waste or storage! You can save a lot of money by using these food storage tips we’ve put together for you!
I based an entire cookbook around these 25 popular pantry items because they are low cost, versatile, have long shelf lives and do not require refrigeration. Stock up on these today before the next emergency hits.
Gathering supplies is one of the hallmarks of the modern prepper and survivalist. We are going to suggest a few that have dual roles: for barter (primary) and for use (secondary).
Sometimes, the best things come in small packages.
Buying powdered cheese in bulk and preparing your own mixes is an economical way the family can save money. Here a few recipes that my family loves.