fruits and vegetables

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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 »


ammo

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Have you ever been to a gun show? It’s something else. I can tell you about it from my experience, having been to about 20 gun shows in six states over the past year. Most gun shows focus on guns and ammo. The guns run the gamut; some are brand new with all the latest… Read more »


zucchini

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Many of us grow a garden, whether to supplement our food supply or to store or dehydrate them for future use. We deserve to enjoy the fruits of our labors. There are, however, four friends that can really help your garden do well. Do you plan for them in your garden? Marigold Firstly, we have… Read more »


top 10 bugout bag items

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I don’t know about you, but a lot of people I know were on the lookout this past September/October, thinking that some cataclysmic thing was going to happen because of the blood moons, the Shemitah, or the economy (United States and the world). But those months came and went, and our lives are basically the… Read more »


survival tools

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  Prepping tools surely include the standard hand tools found at any local hardware store, but industrious preppers are always on the lookout for dual-purpose, durable, inexpensive and lightweight homesteading and self-defense tools that can enhance the family’s overall chance of survival. This portion of the eFoodsDirect Fall Survival Guide series will highlight both the… Read more »


prepping how to guide

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  The final installment of the eFoodsDirect Fall Survival Guide is a roundup of prepping how-to projects that might just boggle the mind. In just a few short generations, many Americans have become so divorced from the self-reliant mindset and skills of our ancestors that completing a simple home improvement project generates anxiety and a… Read more »


top dirt cheap preps

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  Survival preparedness supplies can get pricey, especially when purchasing large items such as generators, rifles, and emergency medical equipment. While you’re budgeting for the immediate energy, defense, health, and long-term food storage preps, save a few dollars on the top 50 dirt cheap prep items. They may cost very little now, but they’ll likely… Read more »


cabin in woods

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With all the concerns lately about natural and non-natural disasters, including the economy, some people are choosing to prepare a bug-out location they will go to when they are ready to go off-grid. What are some things to take into consideration when you look for a place to bug out? First of all, ideally you’ll… Read more »