In case you run out of soap during a long-term disaster, there are many plants that can be used as a soap substitute.
Beans are one of the best survival foods with lots of fiber and nutrition. And if you store beans properly, they can last for decades.
There are many myths when it comes to storing food. Here we will examine and debunk some of the most common food storage myths.
With food prices going higher and higher, you’ll want to buy foods that give you the most calories possible for your money.
In case there are gas shortages in the future, here are some steps you can take to reduce your consumption of gasoline.
People who lived during the Great Depression had to preserve every extra bit of food. Here are some food storage tips from those days.
Every prepper should have some emergency water in their car just in case. Here’s how to store water in your car safely.
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.