This winter, your reserves can be threatened in numerous ways. Are yours going to make it through until spring comes?
Choose versatile food as much as you opt for multipurpose items when building your reserves. It’s about money, space and resources!
Stockpiling is one of the most important steps for disaster preparation. Make sure you aren’t making these 10 shopping mistakes!
This is a good list to use when stockpiling for winter weeks ahead. Follow our tips to get the best offers on the market!
No matter whether you dig around in a junk pile or turn up glass bottles while plowing a field, these bottles can still be cleaned and reused.
Having a complete stockpile for survival is not enough. You also need a pantry of food reserves intended for everyday use. Let’s see how to build it!
Different types of foods require different techniques. Home canning sweet foods is no different. Let’s see how it’s made!
The thing about sugar, salt, and rice is that you can’t produce it without a lot of acreage, ideal conditions, and a ton of work, so you need to stockpile them.
This technique was used for preservation but modern knowledge revealed that fermentation provides nutrients that you body needs for survival.
No matter whether you store away regular daily newspapers, sales flyers, or even magazines, all of them can be converted into valuable survival aides.
As with many other forms of packaging that we “throw away” in our society, plastic bags have many purposes that make them very useful.
Don’t let the full shelves fool you. While the sky may not actually be falling, the world is facing a food shortage. Are you prepared?
Do you think of egg crates as useless junk?
Think twice! They should definitely be part of your stockpile.
When you throw away pill bottles, you are throwing away one of the most valuable prepping materials in your home.
Instead of talking about individual survival items that you can buy at the Dollar Store, let’s see the top 13 multi-purpose items that you should stock up on.
Carbs are the primary source for most of us but the problem is that they burn up quickly. How good are they for survival food?