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  • Bad things a good prepper may do to survive. Every armed
    citizen should understand the law of self defense as it
    applies today. Preppers should also consider the bad things
    they might do to survive a world without rule of law.

  • New! Top homesteading tools to set up an off-grid camp.
    Get started outfitting an off-grid home even before you have
    the land! Disconnect from the grid now and feel more self-
    reliant with the top ten off-grid tools for your homestead.

  • What's the best prepper protein possible? Canned meats!
    Check out the top ten canned meat options for your food
    storage to beef up your prepper's pantry.

  • Discover the importance of a deep larder. Could you
    survive a 30-day disruption to the food supply? Buffer the
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    dried foods help you build your food storage because they
    last up to 25 years and you can stack and store them easily.

  • Oats in the prepper's pantry! There are many reasons
    preppers and homesteaders love oats. You can toast oats,
    grind them into flour, bake them, sprout them, boil them,
    and even make oat milk! Take a look a the reasons to make
    part of your food storage...

  • New! Prepping for job loss. The economy is doing well with
    record highs in the stock market and the focus of the current
    administration is on more jobs, but even so, you or someone
    in the household could lose a job. Are you ready to deal with
    the impact? Have a plan! Prepping for a job loss.

  • Hurricane season. Did you know hurricane season is June 1-
    November 30? Here are tips to prepare:
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  • Is your water safe?

  • How much water should you have for an emergency? A
    family of four needs 270 gallons of water for a three month
    supply, according to Utah State University. That's entirely
    too many bottles of water to have in storage, which is why
    you need to look at all your options for emergency water
    storage. 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.

  • 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.

  • Think you're tapping into clean drinking water? When you
    turn on the faucet you may be tapping into a cocktail of
    unwanted contaminants, potentially deadly toxins and
    organisms. Before you tap into your tap water, tap into this
    article on the 10 reasons not to drink the tap water.

  • Prepper Toilets. Do you have a plan when the stuff hits the
    fan? If your #1 place to go #2 isn't available because the
    toilets won't flush, you must have an alternative sanitation
    plan. Read about your Prepper Toilet Options.

  • Home, sweet homestead. For those still dreaming of
    owning a homestead, it's good to know that you really can
    buy land for next to nothing to get your homestead started.

  • Prepper medicines: Do you dare try them?

  • Get out your thieves oil. The plague is back ~ right now it's
    sweeping urban areas of Madacascar. Camphor oil and
    Thieves oil can help you survive the plague.

  • Cook indoors in an emergency! When it's wet and rainy, or
    cold and snowy, how will you cook when the grid goes down?
    Can you take your off-grid cooking inside? Yes. Here are
    eleven ways to cook indoors in an emergency.

  • Homeless lessons. The hurricanes and the tornadoes and
    flooding that follows will cause much homelessness.
    Everyone can learn from the homeless.

  • 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.

  • Master country living skills quickly and easily. Storey's
    Country Wisdom pamphlets are condensed information
    guides packed with practical, hands-on instructions. Want to
    build a chicken coop? Start seeds indoors? Get free fertilizer?
    Build a smokehouse? There's a guide for you!

  • Have butter in your food storage? Butter is loaded with
    Vitamin A, packed with healthy fats, and a staple in just
    about every prepper's kitchen. Here's everything you need to
    know about your butter food storage options, including how
    to dehydrate butter, where to get canned butter and butter
    powder ~ and so much more.

  • 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.

  • Mexican food storage. Get out your rice, pinto beans and
    pinto bean seasoning, masa harina and tortilla press!
    Rehydrate your freeze dried meat and sour cream. Clip some
    cilantro from the garden, open the jar of salsa and now
    you're ready to have an off-grid Mexican fiesta! Did we
    mention the pinto bean seasoning. Good stuff, pictured right.

  • Rise and shine! Have you given much thought about the
    most important meal of the day? Now's the time to plan your
    breakfast food storage.

  • 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."

  • Firestarter? Check. Knife? Check. Fresnel Lens?

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Are you stocking 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
    plans. Don't sweat the small stuff, like heatstroke. Instead,
    prepare for it by stockpiling electrolytes so you can keep
    hydrated and stay healthy in crisis ~ whether it's a personal
    emergency, like the illness of a child, a full-blown pandemic
    or just working on the homestead in the hot sun.

  • Meals Ready to Eat (MREs): Are they worth stocking?

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  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Prepper carts. Consider owning a handcart, wheelbarrow or
    wagon to help with the task of hauling your supplies! A hand
    cart is indispensable~ here's our list of ten carts for preppers.

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  • Shop Amazon like a dollar store! Have you ever thought of
    shopping Amazon like a dollar store? It's possible when you
    know some tricks. One of the tricks is buying in bulk and you
    can buy in bulk online and save money.
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