Emergency Food Storage For a Million, Billion Years!? – Basic Steps For Starting A Supply Of Food And Water Preps

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Emergency Food Storage For a Million, Billion Years!?

The Doomsday Clock is the closest it has ever been to midnight. 2-1/2 minutes.
And the current time does not account for recent global events…

The terror will paralyze most, who will do nothing at all due to shock and terror. There will even be those who will suffer heart-attacks from the fear and panic of the horrific event. Chaos. [Read more…]

The Best Way To Makin’ Bacon – This Technique Results in Extremely Well-Rendered And Evenly Browned And Crisp Bacon

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The Best Way To Makin’ Bacon

If you are a survivalist and a hunter, you know that wild game may be what feeds you and your family when times get hard.  As a hunter myself, I know what it takes to kill and dress both small and large game; nothing like a venison roast is there? [Read more…]

Emergency Supplies Famine Foods , That Is Coming Breakdown Of Society And Mass Food Shortages

Emergency Supplies Famine Foods

Economic collapse can lead to a breakdown of society and mass food shortages. Severe drought or weather, natural disaster, or a man-made catastrophe like an EMP can also bring on food shortages, and famine, followed by starvation. Millions go hungry. Countless people die. [Read more…]

Top Preserved Foods To Survive Winter

Preserved Foods To Survive Winter

Especially if you live in an area where the weather will be bad, you’ll need to stockpile enough food to get you and your family through the winter. This can be a daunting task until you do it a few times and get used to tallying in your head how much you’ll need. [Read more…]

Stocking the Pantry For Three Months Of Meals – Storing The Right Amount For Meals, Labeling Foods And Saving Money

Stocking the Pantry For Three Months Of Meals

Learn about stocking the pantry for three months of meals, includes information on storing the basics, meal plans, storing the right amount for meals, labeling foods and saving money.

Save money by stocking your pantry for three months of meals with Jay P. Curry’s sensible stocking and storing plan.

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With a Post Apocalypse Bearing Down, What Are You Willing to Eat if it Came Down to it? The Top 10 Survival Recipes from the Backwoods

The Top 10 Survival Recipes from the Backwoods

With a post apocalypse bearing down, what are you willing to eat if it came down to it?

Somewhere right now down in the American south — whether that’s Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Alabama or Louisiana — a poor family is eating a creature caught in their own backyard or nearby Bayou, some kind of creature most people in the city would likely puke at the thought of eating. Stuffed possum. Baked raccoon. That kind of thing. [Read more…]

103 Survival Food Prepper Should Check In Their List in 2016

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103 Survival Food Prepper

Although you may not know of any immediate dangers or emergencies, it is best to be prepared for something long before it presents itself. Often, when a disaster arrives, supermarkets will run out of food rapidly. In fact, typically grocery stores only have a maximum of three days of goods on hand before they run out, so it would be best to prepare now.

Below are 103 items a prepper should consider to have on your long term food storage list because they have a long-shelf life, have multiples uses and can be great for bartering. and should pick up during your next grocery store visit to hold in case of emergency: [Read more…]

The Best Canning Methods For Meat, Fish And Seafood For Your Survival Pantry

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The Best Canning Methods For Meat, Fish And Seafood For Your Survival Pantry

Meat, poultry and fish are low acid foods. They must be processed in a pressure canner to assure safety.

Originally appeared  By Jackie Clay

Of all the foods I can every year, the most useful is the wide variety of meats. While we aren’t huge meat eaters, these rows and rows of jars of all sizes form the base of many meals throughout the year. And in our hurry-scurry world, it’s so convenient to have this pre-cooked, tender, and oh-so-tasty meat right on the shelves, ready to quickly whip up a meal that tastes like I spent hours preparing it. [Read more…]