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If your family doesn’t have its own grain mill, you could be missing out. Here are five reasons you should order one today. To Reap the Health Benefits Fresh milled grain gives you the full health benefits for whole wheat products, which are are low in fat, high in protein, and provide much-needed energy for… Read more »


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How many times have you made a “To Do” list? I am a great list maker – and “To Do” lists are among my favorites! (There’s also my “Books to Read” list, “Movies To Watch” list, “Things I Want” list, and many more.) I make a “To Do” list almost every day, and it really… Read more »


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One thing many people tend to overlook when gathering emergency supplies is fire starting materials. Anyone who has ever been in an emergency situation knows that fire is not something you want to be without. It’s one of those things we take for granted because it’s always readily available to us. But when disaster strikes… Read more »


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An integral part of your food storage arsenal should be the grain mill. These devices allow you to freshly grind up grains, legumes, spices and seeds right when you need them.  The shelf life of whole foods is longer than that of ground ones and helps keep the flavor intact, per the Whole Grains Council,… Read more »


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Pattibeatty asked a two part question:  Would like to ask a question but have never posted here before, hope I’m doing this correctly.  I will not have the option of “bugging out” when SHTF so how would you recommend disguising / dispersing smoke from a cooking hibachi to avoid making myself a “target”?  I thought… Read more »


eFoods graduation

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Howdy fellow blog readers.  I hope everyone that has been reading my blogs over the last sixteen months has gotten something out of them that has helped them in their lives to prepare for the upcoming disasters.  For my next set of articles over the next six months, I will be answering all questions from… Read more »


Uh oh!  I need an adaptor.

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My husband and I just processed a chicken for the first time.  We have several chickens that are not laying anymore, so for a while we’ve been planning to either eat them or give them away.  I felt like we should definitely learn to process chickens, because it’s a skill we may need in an… Read more »


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We’ve been discussing fuel storage for quite some time now.  We’ve looked at storing gasoline, propane, kerosene, white gas, and butane.  Today we’re going consider wood and coal as emergency fuels! Wood and coal are still a pretty common way to store fuel.  If you have campfires or barbecue much, you may use them pretty… Read more »


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Today we will talk about a few other types of fuel that you may think about storing: kerosene, “white gas”, and butane. Kerosene Although kerosene has become less common in the United States, it is still commonly used in Japan and in developing nations.  The Amish use kerosene for their lighting at night.  In addition… Read more »