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  • New! Homeless survival lessons. Could you survive the
    streets? The nights? The hunger? The cold? Being homeless
    isn't the same as bugging out. There are a different set of
    rules. Here's a prepper's guide to homelessness.


  • New! Italian food storage. Mama Mia you'll find some
    delicious Italian food storage ~ shelf stable and just add
    water foods ready for dinner or lunch.


  • New! How to buy large water tanks. Large water storage
    tanks provide the answer to your family's emergency water
    needs as a secondary source to the municipal water supply.
    No matter where you live, having a secondary supply of
    water is important. You can have large water tanks
    delivered! Here's what to know about large water tanks.


  • Cooking with powdered buttermilk! Do you have powdered
    buttermilk in your pantry? Maybe you should! It's delicious,
    convenient, versatile and money saving! Here's a look at
    cooking with powdered buttermilk.




  • New! Stop bleeding when there is no doctor! Do you know
    how to stop bleeding? It can take just five minutes for
    someone to bleed to death, and in those precious moments
    you can take measures to help make the bleeding stop.


  • New! Ever thought of going off-grid in Alaska? Some of
    the toughest of preppers live off grid in Alaska. Here are
    some considerations for going off-grid and in Alaska, and an
    excellent documentary to watch if you want to go it "Alone
    into the wilderness."



  • New! iOSAT: the teensy pill that could save your life. The
    masses of initial survivors of a nuclear catastrophe will be
    begging for this tiny pill, but only a lucky few may get this
    life-saving, thyroid blocking pill of potassium iodide that's
    government approved. Why wait for a handout that may
    never come? The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission is
    stockpiling iOSAT "Nukepills," so shouldn't you?

  • Radiation remedies for preppers. Learn how to survive a
    radiation emergency and help your body detoxify over the
    days, weeks, months and years following a nuclear event,
    with remedies for radiation emergencies.


  • Find your perfect match. Survival matches come in several
    varieties. Find the perfect survival match and garner a few
    match hacks and skills for your survival.

  • Firestarters are a spark of brilliance! Every prepper,
    camper, hunter or scout master needs a quality firestarter
    but may not know the difference between a ferro rod or a
    magnesium and flint firestarter. Get schooled on this basic
    survival item, which should be part of your everyday carry.
    See our list of best of the firestarting options for preppers.

  • How to Survive a Sarin Gas Attack. We can no longer be
    naive about the reality that a Sarin Gas attack could happen
    on U.S. soil. Are you ready? Survive a sarin gas attack!



  • New! Camp stove options. What are your options for
    camping, hunting, tailgaiting and prepping? Here's a look at
    some of the best kinds of camp stoves for off-grid cooking.

  • Find your perfect match. Survival matches come in several
    varieties. Find the perfect survival match and garner a few
    match hacks and skills for your survival.

  • Stock up on Electrolytes! Excessive sweating from a
    strenuous activity or illness are just two reasons why you'll
    want to stockpile electrolytes as part of your overall prepping
    plan. Right, RecoverORS helps to restore electrolytes lost
    due to traveler’s diarrhea, food poisoning, stomach flu, fever,
    diarrhea, vomiting, hangover, or extreme sports.

  • Emergency water pouches. What's the deal with those
    emergency drinking water pouches in survival kits? Are
    emergency water pouches worth the price?

  • Another active shooter incident... While it's shocking how
    often it's happening, it's not practical to live in fear and to
    avoid society to avoid an active shooter, but it is good to
    know how to handle yourself in an active shooter situation.


  • Is your tap water safe? You may think you are tapping into
    clean drinking water when you turn on the faucet, but what
    you're really tapping into is a cocktail of unwanted
    contaminants, deadly toxins and organisms. Here are the top
    ten reasons NOT to drink the tap water.


  • New! Shopping thrift shops for prepping books? They are
    hard to come by. It's even hard to find new books on
    prepping at the book stores, but you can shop Amazon and
    save. Here are Ten Prepping books to buy used on Amazon.

  • Food borne illness and E. coli. A common way to get E. coli
    is from tainted ground beef. It happens in the slaughtering
    process, but even if you don't cook with ground beef, you can
    get it from water and other sources. It's important for
    preppers to know how to prevent E. Coli Food Poisoning.

  • Weird stuff you can compost. Coffee grounds, eggshells,
    and orange peels are among prepper favorites for
    composting, but what about a vacuum bag? Find out if it's on
    the list of weird stuff you can compost.



  • Food for thought about Meat Tenderizer. You might like to
    add a meat tenderizer to your list of preps. Not only will you
    want to have it on hand to make meats more palatable when
    the stuff really hits the fan, but meat tenderizer is a folk
    remedy with prepping uses, too!

  • Emergency water pouches. What's the deal with those
    emergency drinking water pouches in survival kits? Are
    emergency water pouches worth the price?

  • Is your tap water toxic? You think you're tapping into clean
    drinking water when you turn on the faucet, but what you're
    really tapping into is a cocktail of unwanted contaminants
    (man-made and natural), plus potentially deadly toxins and
    organisms. Here are ten reasons not to drink the tap water.

  • Look for the silver lining! Prepping secrets about silver.
    Discover secret tips for finding silver hiding in your coin jar.
    No need to be a coin collector to profit from these tips.



  • Survival is sweet! Chocolate is among the best emergency
    foods to stockpile. While there is a limited shelf life there
    are survival uses of chocolate worth considering.


  • Vacuum sealing. Are you vacuum sealing your food what
    about making ice packs? Seed saving? Well, maybe you
    should! Here's our popular article: Prepping with a food saver.

  • A prepper's pantry staple: wheat berries! Go against the
    grain and learn to get cooking with wheat berries (instead of
    just making bread with wheat berries.)


  • Cooking with canned hamburger. There are lots of canned
    meats available at the local grocery stores, but have you
    come across a can of ground beef or canned hamburger? Give
    it a try! Here are recipes to try using canned hamburger.

  • Do you always feel like someone is watching you?
    Monitoring and surveillance in your daily life is a real threat
    and should be a top prepping concern. Take charge and know
    the creepy ways someone can spy on you.



  • No yeast breads. No yeast is no problem if you're a prepper!
    Here's a list of no yeast breads to bake and savor. Baking
    peasant breads is one of the forgotten skills of self-
    sufficiency. Irish Soda Bread is the perfect example of a
    bread you can make without yeast.


  • Are you new to prepping and want an easy project? Do
    you need a few quick weekend prepping projects? Are you
    looking for prepping projects so easy that a kid could do it?
    Following is just such a list of easy prepping projects.


  • Planning emergency meals. What are your emergency food
    options? This list of emergency food provides an overview for
    your prepper's pantry, your go bags, and your vehicles, so
    you're ready when the "S" hits the fan.

  • Pemmican survival food. Here's something for the bugout
    bag... From the Native Americans tradition comes a survival
    bar like no other: pemmican bars are a sustaining source of
    energy. Learn how to make pemmican.

  • Ration bars are not the same as energy bars. What's the
    real purpose of a ration bar and how is it different from a
    food bar? Which should you pack in your bugout bag? What's
    the best ration bar? Read all about ration bars, which provide
    non-thirst provoking and carefully proportioned rations of
    food to sustain you through crisis.

  • Food bars. Survival food bars, like Millennium food Bars will
    provide you and your family with much needed energy,
    nutrition and calories in an emergency.


  • Do you stock colloidal silver in your medicine cabinet?
    Maybe you should! Here's what to know about colloidal silver.

  • Get your Gamma Seal Lids! Gamma seal lids convert
    buckets into waterproof and airtight storage containers. They
    make it easy to get into your food storage! Ordinary buckets
    may have a lid, but you'll surely break a fingernail getting
    into your food storage if you don't have a bucket opener.
    Gamma seal is a plastic screw on bucket lid that's easy to
    open and easy to seal back for the next time.

  • Stock up on cooking oils and fats! Generally, cooking oils
    don't have a long shelf life, but rancid oils can also be used
    as fuel. Here are the best prepper cooking oils for long term
    food storage.



  • Top Prepper Web sites. Wondering what are the top
    ranking prepper web sites?  Check to see if your favorite site
    on the list of top prepper Web sites? The list is based on
    Alexa rankings.


  • Prepper carts. Consider owning a handcart, wheelbarrow or
    wagon to help with the task of hauling your supplies! A hand
    cart is an indispensable tool for off-grid living. Review this
    list of ten carts for preppers.

  • Flick your BIC lighter. Mykel Hawke brings a BIC -- it's a
    favorite survival tool. A survivor of the Bosnian war found
    BIC lighters to be more valuable than a generator, and we
    agree. See our wholesale source of BIC lighters.


  • The importance of socks and pantyhose in survival. You
    won't look at your sock drawer in the same way ever again.

  • Doing the laundry without electricity. Off-grid washing
    machines and how to do the laundry without electricity.
    Wash clothes without electricity, like the Amish! Here's a list
    of the Off grid laundry methods.
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