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Whether your home is on a piece of rural property or an apartment in the city, you’ll want to batten down the hatches if

If there’s ever a serious global crash, spirulina would be an exceptionally valuable food source. As food shortages would most likely be widespread, it

Use the list and wisely choose what you eat. Try making the foods listed above a regular part of your diet. This will keep

More often than not, we focus on foods that energize our bodies and increase our physical stamina. But, we forget that we have to

Prepping your garden for the upcoming winter gets you started on all those vegetables, flowers, and fruits. These spring and summer delicacies are worth

Many states are under water from flooding, other areas are dealing with massive fires and other problems. Growing a garden now may help you in

The primary active principle in garlic is not the stench, but a powerful antioxidant called allicin, which has many uses, including therapy, prevention and

Wild Lettuce, or Lactuca Virosa looks a bit like dandelion, and has elongated, serrated leaves. It can reach 7 feet tall, and grows in

If you rely on your garden for your food supply, make the most of the growing season. Mid to late summer is the best

You may decide to grow two different kinds of plants in containers. And that’s okay! You can gain valuable knowledge and experience from just

There are many fruits rich in phytochemicals and antioxidants that give anti-cancer benefits. A higher fruit intake is related to lower risks of cancer.

In the case of Kudzu, careful management of this plant can give you access to nutritious food for yourself, as well as valuable medication

Consider these eight food plants that thrive in cold environments when learning yourself or teaching children the fun in growing your own garden.

In real survival situations people find themselves ill-prepared in a place they didn't ever expect. They  "assumed" they could easily return to civilization.

The many spices, teas, and tinctures you can make from your herbs will serve you even during winter. And the abundance of vegetables can