Articles in Preparedness
I was so curious to see what my kids especially would think of eating freeze dried foods. I decided that video taping their reactions would give the most honest review possible. I also took lots of close ups so you can see exactly what freeze dried foods look like dried and rehydrated.
After taking some time to read over various news articles, I’ve compiled a list of lessons that can be learned from other people’s lack of preparedness. Here are my thoughts.
A well stocked spice rack is crucial to a happy food storage pantry. Here are my absolute must-haves, and a list of all the condiments and other things I can make with these handy herbs and seasonings!
Create an emergency candle using the leftover grease from your frying pan! Here are my observations…
In an emergency situation, where the power is out and you are desperate to keep something (meds) or somebody cool, knowing how to create ice without a freezer could save a life!
If you are buying your wheat from a local mill, make sure you are getting the right type of grain. The wrong choice could prove to be deadly.
Here are two life-saving reasons I think you should have a gun in your home.
What every parent needs to think about to be prepared for an emergency with a baby in tow.
I’m tired of worrying that the government will come in and take my home, or my land, or my children. I should not have to live in fear.
Men, just a warning, you are entering a major girls only zone…
Is getting prepared for harder times ahead a sign of a lack of faith that the Lord will provide?
It’s amazing how we take running water for granted. You don’t even realize how much you use it till it’s gone!
Lovin’ this beautiful snow. Even if we have lost power for a while!
10 tips for surviving a prolonged power outage.
I would so much rather my electric sewing machine be one that I could still use when the power goes out for good!!
Now that you know what wheat berries are, and how to use them, it’s time to go out and buy some so that you can make your own fresh flour at home! Here’s where to go to find wheat in your area.