Building a survival pantry is an essential step for all preppers, but how are you supposed to stock your survival pantry on a tight budget?
Making your own MREs allows you to choose the ingredients and make meals you know you’ll enjoy for a fraction of the cost.
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.
Using pantyhose for food preservation works well for plants that need room to breathe and tend to rot when left in buckets.
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.
Many survival foods get overlooked. Here’s a list of energy-rich foods that offer a long shelf life as well as the nutrition you’ll need.
You can make flour from many wild plants, and it can offer more nutrition and flavor than most store-bought flour.
Survival trees offer significant options in any survival situation, and there’s a very common one that you probably haven’t noticed.
More than 2 billion people around the world eat edible insects as a regular part of their diet. You can, too.
You want to store foods that will last a long time and keep you healthy. To that end, avoid storing these 10 foods.