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.
A swimming pool is like a personal reservoir in your backyard. But is the water safe to drink in an emergency? Here are a few things you should know.
Most people think of eating plants in the wilderness, but there are also many wild edibles in the city. Here are 25 to look for.
Canning can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve compiled this list of canning hacks to help you preserve the harvest.
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.
With the pandemic, a troubled economy, and civil unrest that is likely to continue, shortages are becoming an ordinary part of life.
MRE’s are often touted as a great meal option for preppers. And while these meals do present some advantages, the truth is they may not be the best option.
What can you do to maintain an adequate food supply, and how can you take advantage of any sales on fresh food? One answer is to utilize your freezer.
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.