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One sign of an experienced survivalist is that they have multiple plans and methods for each and every one of their survival needs. One

Necessity really is the mother of invention. When famine strikes, and people are hungry, they start looking for unusual sources of food. Most people

Bread provides nutrients and fills bellies. It’s been an important staple on the table for generations. If you have a few shelf-stable ingredients and

During the Great Depression, cooks scraped meals together from whatever was available. By mixing bits of food with a little creativity and ingenuity, women

It may be a dip, or a cake, or your grandma’s meatloaf. We all have that one family dish that we’re known for passed

The Civil War was brutal. The land was destroyed and plundered. How did they manage to survive? Keep reading to find out!

Back in time, it was scandalous if you showed up to a gathering with a store-bought pie or cookies. Do you know the tips

What we call survival skills our grandparents called daily life, so here is why returning to the ways of our forefathers makes sense.

What many of us don’t realize is that just as food can nourish us, it can also kill us. Learn how to prepare your

Cooking from scratch is easier than you think and is a great way to prepare a healthy, nourishing meal your loved ones will enjoy.

From mouth-watering chili to delicious vanilla ice-cream, here are four tasty recipes you can cook off-grid in a haybox.

The cowboys and settlers did it because they only had the luxury of one pot on the trail. We do it today because there

Do you need a quick bread, easy to cook over a campfire? Then you need some bannock! Here is how to cook bannock for

This is a good list to use when stockpiling for winter weeks ahead. Follow our tips to get the best offers on the market!

Having a balanced diet is pretty much of a challenge considering the limitations one has to face in a survival situation. What would you