In an SHTF event, when food delivery systems are down and the stores quickly run out of all food supplies, how will you keep eating healthy? Here’s how.
Basic first aid is not very complicated. And to prove it, I’m going to explain how to treat 10 common (and minor) injuries in one article. #urbansurvivalsite #firstaid #prepper #preparedness #medical
If you’re living through a disaster, you can’t just run to the store for charcoal. You’ll need to make your own. Fortunately, it’s not that hard to make.
Beef jerky is made in two steps. The first step is the marinade, and the second step is the drying process. The end result is delicious preserved jerky.
This emergency bread is easy to make and contains very few ingredients. You can make as much as you need for one day, or for a few days.
Not only are tin can stoves an awesome way to repurpose some tin cans, they’re an exercise in inventiveness and creativity.
Candle making is a skill. Once you know the basics and how things work, you can create as many emergency candles as you want with just a few materials. #urbansurvivalsite #diy #candles #emergency #preparedness
Soap making is not as hard as you think. Although it might sound complicated, it’s a skill our ancestors took for granted.