Canning your own food is a great way to build up your emergency food supply, and it doesn’t have to be complicated. There are several steps involved, but the trick to easy canning is to 1. get organized and 2. keep it simple. In this article I’ll demonstrate a very simple recipe for canned meat.
Looking To Our Past – Part 1 We all know the stories about Daniel Boone, Davy Crocket, Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and many more too numerous to list; but how many have studied the skills and everyday chores that these men used to establish the United States as we know it today?
By, THE Patriot! When I started reloading many long years ago I settled pretty quickly on the equipment that worked best for me, and that’s what I will likely use till the day comes when I stop loading. I found that after trying out many friends and families equipment, I really liked the RCBS Rock
By The Patriot! Having been a re-loader for many years now, I can honestly say that I’m still not an expert. In my opinion, there are very few people who are true experts in much of anything. Having said that, the pros, the cons, and related information discussed here are based on two things, my
As a prepperOne who prepares we need to start to live like no other today so we and live like no other when we need to. In the not so far past (1930’s) our grandparents and parents for some of us, used everything they had. It was not a fad it was a way of
Being in preparedness mode opens your eyes to a number of factors, not just Beans, Bullets and Band-Aids, you also need energy to keep going. Energy will not only give you cold storage, heat for cooking, energy will give you a piece of mind. So, why choose Alternative Energy? In an emergency, such as a
The decomposition of plant remains and other once-living materials to make an earthy, dark, crumbly, soil like, substance that is excellent for adding to and enriching garden soil.
Acting as a wick the lint burns the wax just like a candle. The Flame base is wide, almost the circumference of the can used, so it’s large enough to make quick work of a plate of food or a pot of snow.