This is one of the fastest ways to make bread; it’s so easy, you don’t even have to knead the bread! Here’s how to make it.
During a disaster, you don’t want everyone else to know you have food, which means you’ll need to be careful how you cook it.
You can make flour from many wild plants, and it can offer more nutrition and flavor than most store-bought flour.
Flour isn’t just made from wheat. You can also make flour from rice, acorns, amaranth, corn flakes, black beans, and chickpeas. Here’s how.
Cooking in leaves allows various foods from meats to fish and vegetables to be cooked over open coals without drying out or burning the food.
Whether you’re camping at a state park or in your backyard, cooking over a campfire is fun. So we’ve found a variety of easy backyard campfire recipes.
For centuries, pemmican was the ultimate survival food. But is there any reason we would want to eat it today? Yes! And here’s the recipe.
The great thing about hardtack is it lasts for years without any special storage methods. It’s also a great source of energy in emergency situations. #urbansurvivalsite #hardtack #survivalfood #emergencyfood #prepared
What if you have to cook indoors but you don’t have electricity? To avoid filling your home with smoke, you’ll need to use one of these options. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalcooking #offgrid #cooking #survival
Here are some survival recipes that are nutritious, easy to make, and have a long shelf life. Hardtack, pemmican, jerky, bitlong, bannock, peasant bread, and more. #urbansurvivalsite #survival #recipes #disaster #hardtack #pemmican