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It’s survival food time again! Let’s learn some food lessons from The Great Depression and see how you can grow your own survival food!

In a survival situation, food gains value. Investing in food will give you the “tools” you need to survive, barter and even thrive.

Learning about common methods of food preservation for long term storage is important. What would you choose: freeze drying or dehydrating?

Storing food for survival becomes overwhelming when you keep buying, and buying without a plan in mind. Here is how to store wisely.

Nothing warms your belly better than a delicious soup. Pack your favorite soup in a jar and enjoy a hearty meal whenever you want!

From planning to cooking the best survival recipes, food should be a priority for every prepper. So, let’s talk about survival food!

Waxing fruits and veggies for long term is common, but here is how to use wax to preserve even jams, jellies and cheese.

Here are a few senior preparedness tips for building your survival stockpile so that you’ll have what you need when SHTF.

Choose versatile food as much as you opt for multipurpose items when building your reserves. It's about money, space and resources!

We’ve had some questions about canning bacon. Yes, you can home can bacon so that it will be there, in your food stockpile.

Do you want to enjoy the taste of your ripe, juicy tomatoes later in the year? Here are 6 delicious ways to preserve them.

It turns out that you can use your solar oven for more than just one way to preserve your food. We found at least

September is the best month to start preparing for the cold days and take your prepping to another level. Here are a few ideas!

You can enjoy you vegetables for a longer time. Check out these four best ways to preserve vegetables for long-term survival.

There are several advantages to dehydrating foods for both homesteading and prepping purposes. Read the article to find out what they are!