Consider what kind of dog would be best during a crisis and what you might want to train him or her to do to help your family after the SHTF.
MRE’s are often touted as a great meal option for preppers. And while these meals do present some advantages, the truth is they may not be the best option.
You can trade and barter just about anything—things you made, things you don’t need, and even your skills. Here are some websites that let you do that.
There are plenty of ways you can start preparing without spending money, and many survival supplies can be gathered or created from items you already own.
Five-gallon bucket projects are a great way to upcycle old buckets, reuse items you have laying around, and create something new and useful.
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There are many other ways to open a can. You can use a knife, a spoon, a hatchet, and even the concrete you walk on to open up your cans. #urbansurvivalsite #foodstorage #preparedness #cannedfood #survivalhacks
If you don’t want to just pour bacon grease down the drain or toss it in the trash, here are some ways you can use bacon grease around the home. #urbansurvivalsite #bacon #bacongrease #survivaltips #lifehacks
While it is helpful to have freeze-dried foods and MRE’s on hand, for those of us on a budget, there are less expensive ways to store food for emergencies. #urbansurvivalsite #prepare #foodstorage #budget #frugal