There are many countries where people regularly catch and cook mice and rats. In an extreme emergency, they could be a good source of food.
Survival foods, by their very nature, are bland. Adding herbs and spices to your pantry can help you prepare more palate-friendly meals.
As preppers, we stockpile plenty of food for ourselves, but it’s easy to forget about our pets. Here’s a guide to pet food storage.
Nuts are filling and nutritious, making them a natural addition to your emergency food pantry. Here are the best varieties to stockpile.
When a disaster approaches, people start panic-buying and these foods disappear from the grocery store shelves. Stock up ahead of time.
Wheat berries have a long shelf life, they’re very nutritious, and they can be used in countless ways, making them the perfect survival food.
When stored properly, white rice can last up to 30 years. Here’s what kind of rice to get and how to store it for the long-term.
Rather than spending money on toxic pest killers, go to your kitchen and grab one of these all-natural pest killers you might already have.
If you don’t have room for a root cellar or are unable to dig one, there are several root cellar alternatives you can try.
If you have never cooked over a campfire, this guide will help you get started by providing step by step instructions.