After Hurricane Sandy, I got a message asking about cooking without power when it’s too cold to go outside, so here are a few options.
If you’re new to dehydrating, you should try sliced bananas. They are very easy to dehydrate, they’re healthy, and they make a great snack. #urbansurvivalsite #dehydrate #dehydrating #bananas #foodstorage
Learn how to read expiration dates, actual food shelf life, and how to store it. Don’t throw away food that is still good.
Last week I was sealing some food in Mylar bags and I was trying to remember if I’d ever made a post on this topic. I searched my own site and was surprised to find I hadn’t. (Although I did share some good videos about it in the post, Using Buckets for Food Storage.) Many preppers […]
When it comes to food storage, the conditions need to be right, there needs to be plenty of room, and it needs to be in a convenient place.
If you have enough room and don’t want to worry about hauling water from a pond, here’s what you need to know about water storage.
If you’re just getting started in the world of survival prepping and food storage, you’re probably pretty overwhelmed. There is so much to learn that you could study this subject for years and still not be an expert. A good place to begin is with a basic, two-week supply of food. If you’re like most […]
So you’ve stocked up on all the food you’ll need after the end of the world. But do you know anything about cooking without power?
I write a lot about survival food and supplies, but I’m also aware that most people are on a tight budget these days. Many of us are out of work and even most people who have jobs are struggling to make ends meet. All I can suggest is that people make a few sacrifices so […]
Once you and your family are in a safe location, your first priority in any disaster is water. You might be able to go a couple weeks without food, but you’ll only survive a few days without water. You can start storing water, but the problem with that is it’s going to take up more […]