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Survival Food

Careful When Sealing Brown Sugar for Your Stockpile

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If you’re in the process of planning your survival pantry, you may find yourself wondering if brown sugar for your stockpile is safe? Although it’s common to store large quantities of dry goods such as flour, salt, rice, and sugar, there has been some controversy recently about whether or not it’s safe to include brown sugar for your stockpile. The…

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Camping

Try These Tricks Next Time You Go Camping

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Camping can be so much fun, especially when you go with your family or with a group of friends or colleagues. There are different levels of camping from survivalist/life off the land camping, where you primarily use what’s available from nature around you, to campground camping which has different levels of luxuries and activities available, and all the way through…

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Prepping

Fish Antibiotics for Survival

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One of the major issues many preppers face in preparing for a grid down or SHTF scenario is what to do about illnesses, infections, and injuries that are bound to happen. The world will be in chaos. Doctors and pharmacies will be overrun quickly. Public services will be overwhelmed or possibly shut down entirely. Preparing now, to deal with illness,…

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Prepping

Weatherization for Preppers

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If you’ve been prepping for any length of time, you’re probably familiar with the survival rule of three. This concept says that the average adult can only survive for about three hours in the elements without shelter before experiencing negative effects on the body. Negative effects on the body from exposure to the elements can include everything from hypothermia to…

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Survival

How to Bug Out If You Have Children

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When it comes to a SHTF situation, experienced preppers know that bugging out should be a last resort. Yes, there are some preppers out there who believe that they can simply pack a bug out bag and take off to live in the woods or travel hundreds of miles to a bug out location with no problems. And it’s not…

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Economic Collapse

The a to Z Guide to Prepping for an Economic Collapse

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With the state of the world today, one of the things many preppers can agree upon is an economic collapse is likely. With the near collapse of the U.S. economy in Sept 2008, followed by the crises in Greece, Argentina, and Venezuela, it’s becoming harder to deny the likelihood that an economic collapse is inevitable. It’s nearly impossible to predict…

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Opinion

Preppers versus Survivalists: What’s the Difference?

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When it comes to the world of prepping and survival, there are a lot of different strategies and concepts to learn. Although often used interchangeably by beginners, this article will primarily discuss preppers versus survivalists: what’s the difference? In order to do that, we’ll first define each term as we see it and provide some examples of each type throughout…

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Homesteading

How Much Land is Enough to Live Off?

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One of the best ways to prepare for an extended crisis is to relocate to a remote property where you can live off the land and be as self-sufficient as possible. If you’ve been a survivalist or a prepper for any amount of time, you’ve probably figured this out and have at least begun to think about how to make…

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