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The recipes for some of these super foods were developed decades to hundreds of years ago.  You can learn to make all of them,

One of the most important ingredients in food is sugar.  That's why it is very important to know how to store sugar so that

Frying chicken is something special. It’s a process that is  time consuming but completely worth it when you finally sit down and bite  into

Being fully prepared ahead of time is the absolute only way to survive comfortably until the disaster has passed. And everyone will have to revert

Cowboy biscuits are a great survival recipe. They take minimal ingredients, and travel well. The sourdough can also be used for many other breads,

What if fishing is your only way to survive in the next coming days? Do you think you can pull through without proper gear? Truth

The beauty of aquaponics is in the symbiotic relationship between all of the organisms within the aquaponic environment. The aquatic animals and other farmed

Back in the day, people knew the importance of using what you had instead of always buying more. Because food was scarce, they didn’t

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

Mankind has hunted all through history, killing animals for food. The earliest people were hunter-gatherers, who combined their hunting with gathering edible plants, fruits,

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

The prepping movement has evolved through the years it has been in existence. This is not surprising, as there has been a huge amount

Finding enough food to live on in the wild is one of those things that’s often overlooked. Perhaps that’s because water, heat and shelter