Alaska’s snow crab season CANCELED due to population crash; lying media blames “climate change”

For the first time ever, the Bering Sea snow crab season in Alaska has been canceled due to massive population losses of the crustacean. And the mainstream media’s excuse is that “global warming” is responsible for this. Alaskan officials say an unprecedented decline in crab numbers has rendered the region unfit for the normal catch, delivering another blow … Continue reading Alaska’s snow crab season CANCELED due to population crash; lying media blames “climate change”

Is Australia’s Dan Andrews trying to BAN food growing at home?

There is circulating information about new rules slated for passage in Victoria, Australia, that would allegedly make it a crime to grow food at home. Premier Dan Andrews, who repeatedly flaunted his true fascist colors throughout the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic, is said to be behind a new amendment to the agriculture code that threatens to criminalize self-sufficiency. Some reports … Continue reading Is Australia’s Dan Andrews trying to BAN food growing at home?

13 Useful food storage lessons from World War II

There are a lot of lessons to be learned from World War II (WWII), especially for preppers who want to know how to store food supplies before SHTF. During WWII, people had to survive on war rations, which made it hard to feed a large family, especially if you were on a budget. In America, the government started rationing certain … Continue reading 13 Useful food storage lessons from World War II

5 Food storage lessons from World War II

Prepping isn’t an easy endeavor but modern preppers have it easier compared to those who experienced World War II (WWII). Back in the early 1940s, people had to survive on war rations, which would have made feeding a large family difficult, especially if you were on a limited budget. But despite these difficult times, people endured … Continue reading 5 Food storage lessons from World War II

Food supply tips: 10 Best survival foods to buy from the grocery store

Beginner preppers can start a survival stockpile by purchasing affordable, versatile items and ingredients like beans, canned fruit and vegetables, and pasta. Read on to learn how to start prepping without going over your budget. (h/t to HomesteadSurvivalSite.com) Stock up on affordable ingredients before SHTF Here are 10 budget-friendly ingredients that you can buy at the local grocery … Continue reading Food supply tips: 10 Best survival foods to buy from the grocery store

6 Must-have foods in times of crisis

Most foods available in grocery stores are not made for long periods of storage, which means they should be consumed within a certain period of time. However, times of crisis such as natural disasters often come unannounced. Aside from natural disasters, rising food prices also threaten to make most food items way above most people’s … Continue reading 6 Must-have foods in times of crisis

Food supply basics: 11 Foods to stock up on if you’re on a tight budget

As a prepper, you don’t need to break the bank to stock up on healthy foods for your stockpile. If you’re on a budget, you can buy affordable foods like bananas, beans, canned meat and rice. Using these ingredients, you can serve delicious, healthy meals to your family even after SHTF. (h/t to FoodStorageMoms.com) Shop wisely to build … Continue reading Food supply basics: 11 Foods to stock up on if you’re on a tight budget

How to make survival energy bars from scratch

Energy bars are a great addition to your survival rations because they are high in calories and have a long shelf life. You can easily buy them in large quantities and fit them into your bugout bag (BOB) or survival kit. But not all energy bars are good for you, especially since they often contain added sugar, … Continue reading How to make survival energy bars from scratch

7 Foods to never dehydrate

Food dehydration is the process of reducing moisture in food to prevent the proliferation of bacteria. It’s one of the fastest and least expensive methods of food preservation. Dehydrating foods also reduces their weight, which means you can easily pack dehydrated foods in large quantities for camping and bugging out. However, not all foods can … Continue reading 7 Foods to never dehydrate

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