Survival foods, by their very nature, are bland. Adding herbs and spices to your pantry can help you prepare more palate-friendly meals.
During the Great Depression, most people were broke, so they had to get creative in the kitchen. Here are some weird things people ate.
Having the right friends during a major disaster could save your life. Here are some of the best types of people to befriend.
Nuts are filling and nutritious, making them a natural addition to your emergency food pantry. Here are the best varieties to stockpile.
When stored properly, white rice can last up to 30 years. Here’s what kind of rice to get and how to store it for the long-term.
Another blackout is inevitable, so make sure you’re ready when it happens. Here are some things you can do to prepare for a power outage.
Some survival items won’t fit in a backpack, which is why you should consider some of these unusual containers for your survival kit.
Rather than spending money on toxic pest killers, go to your kitchen and grab one of these all-natural pest killers you might already have.
If you don’t have room for a root cellar or are unable to dig one, there are several root cellar alternatives you can try.
There might be more food in the desert than you think. Options include certain types of cactus, agave, mesquite trees, and more.