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6 Instant Meals-On-The-Go| Just Add Boiling Water
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250 Items You Can Barter After The Collapse
In a disaster scenarios, people will be forced to barter with one another until power is restored or a suitable currency emerges. In case that ever happens, it's a good idea to have a wide assortment of barter items. That way if someone has something you need, you're more likely to already have something they need. Here's a list of items you can barter with after the collapse.
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10 Primitive Cooking Methods Worth Learning
When modern conveniences fail, knowing how to cook with primitive methods becomes one of the most important survival skills to know. Believe it or not, the earth provides the necessities for almost any time of cooking, with a little bit of elbow grease, of course. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast exploring new terrains or a survivalist preparing for a SHTF scenario, this guide will walk you through 10 primitive cooking methods.
When it comes to stockpiling food, shelf life is by far one of the most important factors. While most foods will have a limited shelf-life, there are a few survival foods that can be safely stored for more than one hundred years. If you are looking for foods that you never have to worry about going bad, check out these seventeen survival foods that can last a century. Philly Art, Prepping Survival, Food Grade Buckets, Emergency Preparedness Food Storage, Food Shelf Life, Survival Prep, Emergency Preparedness Food
17 Survival Foods That Can Last A Century
When it comes to stockpiling food, shelf life is by far one of the most important factors. While most foods will have a limited shelf-life, there are a few survival foods that can be safely stored for more than one hundred years. If you are looking for foods that you never have to worry about going bad, check out these seventeen survival foods that can last a century.
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19 Household Items You Should Start Making Yourself
Making your own household items can save you a ton of money and make you more self-sufficient if the day comes when certain items are no longer available. In some instances, making your own items is surprisingly easy. Others take a bit of time and effort, but they're still worth it. Some of these fall in the category of personal care and hygiene while others are for general household cleaning. There are more, but on a daily or weekly basis, these tend to be the most often used and needed.
Have you ever heard of Roman concrete? Concrete has been around for thousands of years, and it’s been used to build some of the most durable and iconic structures known to man. But did you know that the concrete used by the Romans in the ancient days was far more tough and durable than the concrete we use today? After all, there’s a reason old Roman structures are still standing 2000 years later. Roman concrete is a mixture of volcanic ash and rock with limestone. Here's how to make it. 2000 Years Later, Roman Structures, Roman Concrete, Family Emergency Binder, Printed Concrete, Cement Flower Pots, Outdoor Stove, Small Front Yard Landscaping
How To Make Roman Concrete
Have you ever heard of Roman concrete? Concrete has been around for thousands of years, and it’s been used to build some of the most durable and iconic structures known to man. But did you know that the concrete used by the Romans in the ancient days was far more tough and durable than the concrete we use today? After all, there’s a reason old Roman structures are still standing 2000 years later. Roman concrete is a mixture of volcanic ash and rock with limestone. Here's how to make it.
“Sorry, Cash Only!” – reThinkSurvival.com
“Sorry, Cash Only!”
“Sorry, Cash Only!” – reThinkSurvival.com
This is not a comprehensive list of all the medical supplies you should stockpile. Rather, it's a list of the most popular OTC medications that you can take orally (or in some cases, topically). The medications listed here should take care of all the most common ailments such as allergies, arthritis, congestion, constipation, cough, cramps, diarrhea, dizziness, fever, headache, heartburn, nausea, sore throat, runny nose, vomiting, and more. Diy Fly Trap, Survival Prepping Diy, Medication List, Shtf Preparedness, Emergency Preparedness Kit, Survival Supplies
33 Over-the-Counter Meds You Should Stockpile
This is not a comprehensive list of all the medical supplies you should stockpile. Rather, it's a list of the most popular OTC medications that you can take orally (or in some cases, topically). The medications listed here should take care of all the most common ailments such as allergies, arthritis, congestion, constipation, cough, cramps, diarrhea, dizziness, fever, headache, heartburn, nausea, sore throat, runny nose, vomiting, and more.
Prepping is largely a practice that happens in phases. From afar, it can be really fun to look at others' stockpiles and setups with aspirations to reach those heights. Once you are in the thick of it, the whole thing can feel pretty overwhelming. Along the way, you come to realize that prepping, building chicken coops, and learning survival skills is not all butterflies and rainbows. There are some harsh truths to face should you really dedicate yourself to prepping. Chicken Coops, The Thick Of It, Power Outage
10 Harsh Truths About Prepping
Prepping is largely a practice that happens in phases. From afar, it can be really fun to look at others' stockpiles and setups with aspirations to reach those heights. Once you are in the thick of it, the whole thing can feel pretty overwhelming. Along the way, you come to realize that prepping, building chicken coops, and learning survival skills is not all butterflies and rainbows. There are some harsh truths to face should you really dedicate yourself to prepping.
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40 Ordinary Items That Can Stop Pests
It isn’t always safe or an option to use a powerful chemical to deter or kill pests. Chemical deterrents carry risks for humans and pets. But that doesn’t mean you’re doomed to live alongside the nasty little creatures that no one wants around. There are some fairly safe ways to deter pests with items you can pick up at the store. Most of these options are safe to use around humans and pets. Although, pets or tiny humans might be curious about what you’ve put down and will need to be kept away.
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10 Forgotten Recipes We'll Need Again Soon
Our pioneer ancestors were a diverse collection of immigrants who not only brought their language and customs to early America, but also a history of recipes and cooking styles designed for the challenges of unknown and wild environments. They applied cooking and recipe concepts to the wild game, plants, and ingredients they could forage and hunt. But as vital as many of these pioneer recipes were, many have been lost to time.
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How to Survive a Summer Power Outage