fruits and vegetables

Posted by .

We all know that when the power goes out, one of the challenges is keeping food cold so that it will be usable longer. If the power is out for only a short time (like only a few hours), as long as you keep the refrigerator closed as much as possible, your food will be… Read more »


blackbeanburger_1

Posted by .

No tracking, shooting, or cleaning required. Ready-made meals from eFoods Direct are a great way to store food. Along with those, it’s great to store basic items such as flour (or whole wheat and a grinder), oats and rice. These staples will cover you when it comes to getting carbohydrates, but what about protein? Unless… Read more »


how to tap a sugar maple tree

Posted by .

  Food, water, and shelter are the three basics of survival and always remain a top priority for preppers. Growing (and raising) your own food and budgeting for purchases of long-term storage food are the best ways to make sure that your family does not starve during a disaster. Utilizing what nature offers us to… Read more »


brain

Posted by .

You may think you are just heading to the local grocery store to pick up Cheerios, but they’ve already gotten into your brain. Going to the supermarket for one thing, even whole-grain, healthy-ish Cheerios, and emerging with a whole cart full of stuff is a collective experience. It just seems to happen in spite of our best… Read more »


tomatoes

Posted by .

When it comes to seeds and gardening, you’ve probably heard the terms “heirloom”, “organic”, “GMO”, “non-gmo”, “hybrid”, and more. Here are the basics of what those terms mean and what you should have to be able to feed yourself and your family. Heirloom – it means the original seeds our great, great, great, grandparents used to… Read more »


bread making

Posted by .

Learning how to bake your own bread is important and easier than you might think. Discover more with this quick guide. Why Should You Bake Your Own Bread? To provide food for your family in the long term To save money To avoid harmful food additives and GMO ingredients To gain a valuable skill To craft… Read more »


Jolly Rancher

Posted by .

Learn why Jolly Ranchers* and pop tops can spell disaster for your emergency kit. When was the last time you checked your emergency kit and disaster supplies? If they are made up of anything other than quality food storage, you might have some surprises in store for you. Imagine being in a spot where you… Read more »


corn on the cob

Posted by .

Our county and our families are in the middle of a crisis. We are being served dangerous GMO food, and most food manufacturers are working over time to keep Americans in the dark. There is no question that Genetically Modified Food is dangerous. The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) urges physicians to educate their… Read more »