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Survival Food: Wild Game Recipes

Survival Food: Wild Game Recipes

Contrary to popular belief in Western cultures, meat does not originate in a clean, plastic-wrapped piece of Styrofoam. Some families still live a hunting lifestyle, but they are much less common than they used to be. If times change for the worse, it may become...
How to Cook The Cheapest Cuts of Meat

How to Cook The Cheapest Cuts of Meat

Good morning dear, How are you today? I am very surprised you have asked me for advice on cooking meat. With you writing cookery books and doing all that canning stuff I was most surprised. Well, I’d better get on with it then if that’s what you want. With...
How to Make Pemmican: A Step-By-Step Guide

How to Make Pemmican: A Step-By-Step Guide

We’re going to do an introduction on making pemmican, a survival and backpacking food that can be used all year round as well as prepared anytime.  It is a lot simpler to make than most people realize, and does not take up a whole lot of resources or too much time. ...
Off-Grid Cooking: How To Smoke Fish

Off-Grid Cooking: How To Smoke Fish

Ready Nutrition Readers, over the years, we’ve talked at length on how fish are a great addition to your prepper food supply and taught you how to catch a fish without a hook, how to make a fishing spear, and even ways to use up every ounce of your catch. Now,...
11 Healthy Fire Pit Meals You Can Make This Summer

11 Healthy Fire Pit Meals You Can Make This Summer

Adding a fire pit to your backyard means you can enjoy more time outside, year-round. Who doesn’t like the idea of cozy nights spent around a glowing fire with family and friends – and s’mores? While sitting around an outside fire over conjures up...
10 Mouth Watering Duck Recipes for the Avid Hunter

10 Mouth Watering Duck Recipes for the Avid Hunter

Wild duck and geese hunters prefer the lean meat of the waterfowl. However, the key to successfully cooking the meat is to understand that duck and waterfowl are not the same as cooking poultry Wild duck is best eaten rare to medium. Similar to red meat, duck juices...
Cook Like Grandma: Nothing Goes to Waste

Cook Like Grandma: Nothing Goes to Waste

You’ve raised your livestock with care, fed them well, and thoughtfully attended to their needs.  Eventually, they have one bad day when they are dispatched quickly and humanely.  As you set about to the butchering, you may be wondering what to do with all the parts...
Makin’ Bacon

Makin’ Bacon

This article generously contributed by www.YourPrepperHalf.com If you are a survivalist and a hunter, you know that wild game may be what feeds you and your family when times get hard.  As a hunter myself, I know what it takes to kill and dress both small and large...
Oven Baked Chicken Nuggets

Oven Baked Chicken Nuggets

Nothing beats the real thing. Am I right? Taking advantage of grocery store’s sale on chicken is a great way to make homemade versions of your favorite chicken meals. One meal that my family loves is chicken nuggets. These nuggets are made from fresh quality...
Dehydrating  Meat Sources for Your Food Pantry

Dehydrating Meat Sources for Your Food Pantry

Protein sources in an emergency situation are essential in maintaining a balanced diet. Because meat sources are perishable, many preparedness minded folks are taking the time to preserve their meats to use during a time when the grid is down. Dried meats can be...
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