Dehydrating food is a fantastic way to preserve food for the future. But before you jump in, there are a few things you should know.
A delicious meal or snack can really boost your morale. That’s why you need some variety in your food storage. Here are 14 foods you might have forgotten.
Almost every prepper makes several food storage mistakes at the beginning. It’s hard not to. Here are 15 mistakes to avoid.
Unless you want a pantry full of spoiled food, you need to have a system in place for rotating your food storage. Eat what you store, store what you eat.
What if the power is out and you want to use the toast or the coffee pot? Fortunately, there are many non-electric alternatives.
You read that right. You might think bugs are gross, but if you are starving and there’s no other option, a handful of bugs will look pretty appetizing.
If there has been a disaster and you’ve decided to bug in, you may need some baking substitutes. Here are 50 substitutes for baking ingredients.
This guy has an ingenious setup where he can easily heat up water without using any electricity. Watch the video to learn how.
Canning is an efficient method of home food preservation. Jars are easy to store and, provided they don’t freeze, the food stays good for a long time time.
In a long-term disaster there could be looters going home to home taking people’s supplies. In case that happens, you should find some good hiding places.