Day: February 10, 2020

Talk me out of a 32oz nalgene + titanium nesting pot instead of a canteen kit (such as the pathfinder cooking/water kit).

Thoughts? Aren't nalgenes bombproof enough? And I could still make char cloth in any pot with a lid, let alone an Altoids tin, right? Why do you think it's worth the weight to go with a stainless water bottle? Is it for the "2 is 1 and 1 is none" notion? submitted by […]

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The Quiet Disaster of Student Debt

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Disasters and emergencies come in all shapes and sizes. Most of the time we talk about the things that hit hardest. Or we talk about the things that might hit even harder! Woven into the society are low level […]

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James Stevens makes the best of the basics in his new book

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Make Great SHTF Bread with a Homemade Starter

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Bread has fed the human race for millennia. Whether leavened or not bread has been a staple of society as far back as we have been able to create flour. However crude those first breads were, they were hot […]

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The Power of Insulation in Wilderness Survival

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. One of the most important scientific principles to understand in wilderness survival is conduction. That is the transfer of heat from one source to another source through difference of temperature. Where it fits into the world of wilderness survival […]

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7 Items Preppers Neglect to Stockpile

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Stockpiling is an important part of any preppers plans. Having extra food items and other resources on hand offers up answers in times of disaster. How we store those items is of the utmost importance. A preppers stockpile is […]

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A few gear choice questions for a survival and/or (if you have different selections) camping bag. Whetstone/sharpener? Portable charger/power supply? Non-perishable food? Water bottle you can boil water in?

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Tips for stocking up on survival food/water/etc?

With caronavirus coming to the UK albeit so far contained (only 3-4 cases) I wanted to stock up on canned food and water and medicine for at least a month. Just in case stuff hits the fan and there are riots or shop closures or we are not allowed to leave the house. Doubt we […]

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9 Allergy Triggers That Secretly Hide In Your Home

While pet hair and dander are an obvious allergy trigger, dust mites are not visible to the naked eye. And neither are gaseous substances such as ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and formaldehyde. In fact, you might be shocked to discover the allergens lurking around that constantly cause a runny nose or itchy eyes. And that’s just […]

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Cleaned up the chunk of fatwood found in a wooden pallet! About 15″ and 2″ at the thickest. So happy

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