Do you have the best foods to get you through those critical 72-hours?
During an emergency, we are often left to fend for ourselves. Learn how to use layers to create a food storage pantry based on nutritious foods in order for your family to thrive during the most difficult of times.
The key to a successful emergency food supply is not only variety but balancing your food supply with proper caloric and nutritional content. Learn more here.
Wheat berries are a must for the food pantry and for those who are interested in eating whole foods.
There are plenty of healthy and tasty alternatives that will make you wonder why you ever used Bisquick in the first place.
Powdered milk is a prepper must-have! It’s versatility and nutritional value alone are worth it’s weight in gold. Learn tips on preparation, storage and valuable recipes to add to your emergency binder!
Here’s a way to get a week’s worth of disaster supplies for less than $50. Use these frugal shopping tips, checklists and food calculators to ensure you are prepared for the next disaster.
If you are anything like me, there’s nothing like that first sip of piping hot coffee in the crisp, cool, and silent morning mountain air, then you’ll understand the importance of making sure you’ve got your ‘cup of joe’ covered, even if the SHTF. Here are some tips and tricks to prepare for the worst, while still making sure you continue to enjoy the simple things in life – like your morning coffee.
Quinoa is a nutritional powerhouse that easily puts white rice to shame. Learn about this essential grain and different ways to use it in your prepper pantry.
These are the protein powerhouses that will give you the nourishment and stamina you need to thrive during a disaster.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dehydrating foods is an excellent way to make use of food you have around you, but there are some rules you should follow before starting out.
Knowing what your food’s worst enemies are, understanding how they can ruin your food, and how to prevent their havoc will help you preserve your food investment for the long term.
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.
Understanding how underutilized this food source is can give you an upper-hand for a time when food may not be as readily available.
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.
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.
Did you know that the humble beans and rice can be used for breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
Many see storing food as a necessary investment for themselves and their family. Knowing which foods to store and how long they will last are the key elements to making the most on a food investment. These 11 food items can last a lifetime if properly stored.
Re-purposing is a new fad that can save you money in the process. Get creative and read about five kitchen items you can use in place of expensive food storage containers.
That savory tonic infused with fresh vegetables and herbs really does do a body good. In fact, it’s backed by science. Use these recipes today and start enjoying the health benefits from this ancient diet food.
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).
Wouldn’t it be great if you had one versatile dough that you could use for multiple recipes? Well, look no further. This dough can be used to make kolaches, doughnuts and also sweet bread.
When searching for the best long-term survival food, one food type is unmatched in terms of meeting basic nutritional needs.
They are commonly used in oatmeal, baked goods, and granola, but did you know oats can be used for everything from homemade non-dairy milk to pizza crusts to soothing itchy skin?
Will your canned food supply still be good when a disaster arises and you need to start popping them open and consuming the contents?
Pemmican is the original survival superfood. Check out this step-by-step guide on how to make it and get your pantry stocked.