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10 Must-Have Items For Your Storage Pantry

By Emma C / September 25, 2018

There is often much confusion when it comes to storing food for an emergency. Many preppers are unaware of the difference between freeze dried foods and dehydrated foods. They are unsure if they should stock up on protein bars and meals ready-to-eat (MRE) or just get canned food from the supermarket. This article will give […]

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The Key To Storing Milk and Eggs Long-Term

By Emma C / August 7, 2018

The thought of spoiled milk or eggs is a cringe-worthy one. Many preppers, when stocking their emergency pantry, resolve to just skip over these items entirely because there’s no way to effectively store them long-term. The good news is that they’re wrong. While it can be a bit tricky at times, there are a few […]

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Storing Food Based On Your Nutritional Needs

By Andrew J. / June 7, 2018

Crises and disasters have one thing in common. They’re highly unpredictable. Many preppers try to have enough food for at least 72 hours. While this is good because any sort of preparation is better than no preparation, the truth of the matter is that this is inadequate. A hurricane that devastates an area and leaves […]

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Important Food Hygiene and Storage Information for Preppers

By Andrew J. / June 7, 2018

Food hygiene is especially important during times of crisis. Depending on your situation, you may either be taking shelter indoors or you might have to evacuate and you’re outdoors. Whatever the case may be, practicing food hygiene while preparing your meals will prevent you from becoming ill or suffering from food poisoning. Throw Away Expired […]

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Prepping Your Pantry For An Evacuation

By Andrew J. / June 4, 2018

It can be heartbreaking when you’ve done your best as a prepper and stocked up on food supplies to last you for thirty days only to realize that you need to leave your home and evacuate because of an impending hurricane or your house is not safe to live in due to an earthquake. All […]

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All My Prepping Has Been a Waste of Time and Money

By Andrew J. / September 28, 2017

I just got off the phone with my friend Lynn, from Indialantic, FL, and what he had to tell me has changed my prepping ideas forever. I’m convinced that almost everything I’ve done for the last 10 years has been a waste of time and money. Let me explain why. Lynn is a methodical planner […]

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Food Storage Tips for the Long Haul

By Andrew J. / July 11, 2016

It is never a bad idea to have at least a small stockpile of food in the event of an emergency. Inclement weather events, power outages, and other disasters could make finding food outside of your home nearly impossible. Having something to fall back on is a smart and safe plan. Why Should You Have […]

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Seven Proven Methods for Food Preservation

By Emma C / May 5, 2016

Most of us don’t remember a time when 21st century style refrigeration wasn’t an option available to us. These days we go to the store, buy whatever we need, then take it home and throw it in a refrigerator or freezer. While this is the lifestyle we’re used to, things weren’t always that easy. ‘Old-time’ […]

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What It REALLY Costs to Prepare

By Andrew J. / January 21, 2016

I recently read on another survival site the discussion over how much cash to sock away for a rainy SHTF and/or how much to Survivalspend in prepping. The consensus of the replies was that $1000 sounded about right for a starting budget for prepping. I don’t know the parameters of the question posed on a […]

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