Day: January 21, 2020

Pine bark bread is high nutrient, low calorie famine food. Fascinating article and there’s some great webpages here too.

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Welding strikers.

So I was working on the welding section at work today and realized that a welding strike would be a great addition to a fire starting kit. They are cheap, easy to use, and the protective cup can be used as a place to hold tinder. And refills are super cheap. submitted by […]

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Yukon travellers crash vehicle, then burn it to survive the cold overnight

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What are some ways we can prepare our homes in the event of a Pandemic?

Any specific gear for an at home kit? Foods? Supplies? With the looming threat of the Coronavirus spreading rapidly from China I thought it would be a good time to get educated. submitted by /u/Ford117 [link] [comments]

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Your Home as a Survival Shelter

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. It’s interesting how many people worry about survival shelter and the ability to build a shelter of natural materials. This means there is certainly an understanding of how important shelter is. What’s hard to understand is, why so many […]

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How Repurposing Makes You A Better Prepper

I have to make a confession to you… I’m a bit of a gear junkie. I’m sure you know what I mean. Chances are that you’re one too. It’s an easy habit to fall into. We, gear junkies, tend to get excited when a new piece of gear comes out and we can’t wait to […]

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foraging limpets and periwinkles. delicious. I’ve perfected using a fork to remove the limpets guts. you have to wrap it around the prongs like spaghetti.

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Growing up to Maximize your Yield

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Food production and food procurement are cornerstones of the prepping process. Its a very simple thing to understand. You have to either have the food, make the food or gather the food to survive. For most people a garden […]

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Hold Onto your Heat in the Wild

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. The cold is mean and nasty. It’s intimidating. We have created a world that defies the cold. Most of you are reading this in a climate controlled location. We have lost our appreciation for holding onto our heat. We […]

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Growing Fruit Trees on your Homestead

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. It only takes a few seasons to realize that you are not going to want to reseed your land every year. Not all of it, anyway. The mass appeal of perennial plants for long term gardeners is the idea […]

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