Dr. Robert Malone: Wartime gardens key to beating food crisis

American physician and biochemist Dr. Robert Malone recommends starting a backyard garden to reclaim self-sufficiency as food crisis looms due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, the lingering Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and other geopolitical, economic and natural causes. “People don’t have to be dependent on international agribusinesses, nutritionally valueless food, grain from Russia or Ukraine, food … Continue reading Dr. Robert Malone: Wartime gardens key to beating food crisis

Rockefeller Foundation planning to communize (and weaponize) the global food supply

A new report from the Rockefeller Foundation called “Reset the Table” (sound familiar?) calls for a total centralization of the global food supply in order to solve the “hunger and nutrition crisis.” The Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic increased hunger in children by more than 500 percent, the report alleges. And the only way to solve it is for food … Continue reading Rockefeller Foundation planning to communize (and weaponize) the global food supply

Honey, powdered milk, salt and wheat: Survival cooking with the 4 basics of food storage

Survival cooking wouldn’t be complete without the four basics of food storage — honey, salt, wheat and powdered milk. For starters, these foods have a long shelf life and are easy to store. They’re also widely available, easy to prepare and nutritious. When SHTF, you can easily cook a delicious meal with these four foods. Recipes … Continue reading Honey, powdered milk, salt and wheat: Survival cooking with the 4 basics of food storage

Food supply 101: Protein sources for your survival stockpile

Grains, flour, pasta and other sources of carbohydrates are ideal for long-term storage, making them staples of survival stockpiles. But carbohydrates can only get you so far in a true survival situation. A well-rounded survival diet should contain protein as well. Protein is the building block of life, as all your cells are made of protein. Protein is what … Continue reading Food supply 101: Protein sources for your survival stockpile

Maine ratifies food sovereignty rights into their state Constitution

Across the Nation, cities, municipalities and even rural towns have routinely voted to keep livestock out of city limits, dictating what people can and cannot raise on their own property. This has led to the persecution of raw milk farmers and other small producers. Some cities have even targeted and fined people for converting their lawns into small self-sustainable … Continue reading Maine ratifies food sovereignty rights into their state Constitution

Home gardening basics: A detailed guide to growing vegetables indoors

Growing vegetables indoors is a lot less challenging than beginners might initially think. Once you get over the technobabble, it will become apparent that indoor gardening is something that even people with no green thumb can do. The following is a detailed but simplified guide to getting started with indoor gardening: (h/t to NewLifeOnAHomestead.com) Growing space The … Continue reading Home gardening basics: A detailed guide to growing vegetables indoors

Delusional Los Angeles officials push new rule to STARVE OUT the unvaccinated by denying them access to retail grocery stores

The Los Angeles City Council has conspired to deprive people of their basic civil liberties —  their right to privacy, their right of body autonomy, their right to assemble, their right of informed consent. On August 11, the council members voted unanimously on an ordinance that seeks to STARVE OUT the unvaccinated by denying them access … Continue reading Delusional Los Angeles officials push new rule to STARVE OUT the unvaccinated by denying them access to retail grocery stores

9 vegetables that are the easiest to grow in containers

You don’t need to have a backyard to grow your own food. If you’re limited to a cramped balcony, a small patio or even just a sunny windowsill, you can still grow vegetables. The key is to use containers, such as pots, planter boxes and barrels. You can even recycle old baskets and reusable bags … Continue reading 9 vegetables that are the easiest to grow in containers

Top 5 vegetables that are cheaper to grow than buy

Organic fruits and vegetables have become increasingly popular in recent years as consumers look for healthier options. Aside from being more nutritious than conventional produce, organic foods are grown without using chemical pesticides that are harmful to human health. But organic foods don’t come cheap. They can put a serious dent in your wallet over time. … Continue reading Top 5 vegetables that are cheaper to grow than buy

A crash course in food choices for long- and short-term survival

With government lockdowns being enforced across America because of the coronavirus pandemic, preppers across the country understand the importance of storing enough food in their stockpiles for short- or long-term survival scenarios. It’s ideal to prepare for this scenario while you still have access to basic supplies. First, finalize your plan for short- and long-term stockpiles, then … Continue reading A crash course in food choices for long- and short-term survival