Category: Recipes

How to Eat a Cattail (with Recipes!)

How To Eat A Cattail And A Few Recipes -- If you know how to eat a cattail correctly, you could have a great source of nutrients and much needed energy if SHTF! They also can be used for cordage and other survival uses too.

If you know how to eat a cattail correctly, you could have a great source of nutrients and much-needed energy if SHTF! Otherwise known as “cat o’ nine tails”. they also can be used for cordage and other survival uses, …

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12 Months Of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes

12 Months Of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes

Eating no processed foods is paramount to living a healthy life. Don’t be alarmed if you see that some of these recipes call for what we call “minimally processed foods”, for example, ketchup, canned vegetables, etc. These are minimally processed …

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How to Make Watermelon Moonshine

How to Make Watermelon Moonshine (Step-By-Step With Pictures) — Are you tired of making the same old moonshine recipe? Perhaps you've noticed the early summer bins of watermelons at the entrance of every supermarket or maybe it's harvest time and you have some ripe melons in the garden? If so- don’t waste your time eating them. Get ready to party and make some watermelon moonshine! Below is a detailed watermelon wine recipe which once distilled makes an awesome watermelon brandy.

I have never made moonshine before but after seeing this watermelon recipe I thought it would be good to share for an SHTF type of situation. In the old days of America, people used to make moonshine because alcohol was …

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Civil War Era Foods You Can Still Make Today

Civil War Era Foods You Can Still Make Today — During the Civil War times, acquiring food and being able to cook it in proper conditions became a luxury for many soldiers. Some of the foods stood the test of time and they can still be cooked today as long as you follow the original recipes

History has taught us that wartime or a natural disaster will quickly lead to food shortages and survival becomes almost impossible without the proper nutrients. During the Civil War times, acquiring food and being able to cook it in proper …

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How to Make Yummy Dandelion Bread

How to Make Yummy Dandelion Bread - Try this bread warm with butter and honey or for some toast in the morning. Oh now my mouth is watering, I will have to make some of this.. Share with your friends if you think they would like this recipe

Yes! You read the title right! How to make Dandelion bread. I knew you could eat dandelions but I never even thought about adding them to bread to give it more nutrients and a distinct flavor. As its spring and …

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How To Grow 100 lbs Of Potatoes In 4 Square Feet

How To Grow 100 lbs Of Potatoes In 4 Square Feet - Potatoes can be grown as a fall/winter crop in warmer climate zones, so check out this great tip to maximize your space!

Not only will this save you space but can yield way more potatoes than regular planting. Quite the clever gardening tip here folks! Today’s feature includes tips from three different sources for growing potatoes vertically (in layers) instead of spread …

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Peasant Bread: The Easiest Bread You Will Ever Make

peasant bread, the easiest bread to make

Peasant bread is a no knead bread. I know some people hate no knead bread but this is not your typical no knead bread. It bakes in well-buttered pyrex bowls — there is no pre-heating of the baking vessels in …

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Quick and Cheap DIY Mead Brewing For The Colder Months

Quick & Cheap DIY Mead Brewing For The Colder Months — This is a really cool project. A few months ago I posted How To Make Mead (Honey Wine) and that went down really well, a lot of you commented how yummy and easy it is to make.

This is a really cool project. A few months ago I posted How To Make Mead (Honey Wine) and that went down really well, a lot of you commented how yummy and easy it is to make. Well over at prepperlink.com they have …

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How to Make a Homemade Moisturizer for Dry Winter Skin

How to Make a Homemade Moisturizer for Dry Winter Skin — Do your heels look like the hide of an alligator? Is your skin chapped from the cold and the wind? Are your legs so dry that little flakes come off with your pants?

Whether you are a homemaker and the destruction of your skin is happening because of cleaning or if you are an operator that has killed your feet in boots, moisturizers can help. When you talk about survival and prepping you …

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Diversifying Food Storage with Canned Meatballs

The Best Home Canned Meatballs Recipe - Meat prices are just ridiculous and I don't see the prices going down anytime soon. So if you can get a good deal on ground beef I would highly recommend making some meatballs and can them and have yummy meatballs for years to come

Food storage can be pretty exciting if you know your way around a kitchen. It’s actually a pretty interesting term. Food storage can mean a number of things to different people.  Freeze Dried Long Term Food Storage Shelf-Stable Foods Mylar …

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