Food Storage Overview After water, food is the next most important topic for the survivalist. It is possible to survive for weeks without food, but who would want to? During a prolonged emergency there will be a lot of work to do. Everyone will be better able to perform their
National Preparedness Month is just around the corner. It should be a time of reviewing our skills, stockpile and weak spots. The worry that still keeps me up at night? WATER. Here are some fresh blog findings that helped. What are you doing for prepping this September and how can we help?
There are basic principles that keep us and our families grounded that are key to our happiness as a family unit while we Walk the Path of the Prepper. There is safety and peace that comes from having car insurance, home insurance, medical insurance,etc. What many families frequently ignore is
There are several reasons why you’d want to build a portable garden, but today we’re going to focus on building a portable garden for bugging out. Some of you may only have space in the back of your car or truck, and some of you have a hitch that can
This is a very wide and varied topic as you can store your emergency food supplies in a lot of different ways. As you have already seen, there are a half dozen ways to process your food in the first place. Using your own containers usually applies to most
7 Prepper Food Storage Mistakes 1 – VARIETY Most people don’t have enough variety in their storage. 95% of the people I’ve worked with only stored the 4 basic items we mentioned earlier: wheat, milk, honey, and salt. Statistics show most of us won’t survive on such a diet
Water Storage Tips They say each person uses seventy gallons a day. That includes, cooking, drinking, flushing the toilet, and showers. During an emergency you can get by with ten gallons a day pretty good except when you wash clothes. For your survival preps you should count on two gallons of water