March 28, 2015


13 SHTF Sauces You Can Make From Home

Would you know how to make your favorite condiments from scratch if you were no longer able to get them at the store? It’s actually easier than you think! And with the right pantry staples and a well planned homestead, it is possible to make all of your favorite sauces from raw ingredients you’ve grown, […]

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March 27, 2015


Two Ways To Can Chicken Legs

Knowing how to can chicken on the bone comes in really handy when you butcher your own chickens or when chicken legs or thighs go on sale at the store. I’ll be canning chicken legs in this tutorial, but you would use the same methods for canning chicken thighs and wings as well. There are […]

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March 26, 2015

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Aftermath – Complications & Setbacks

Aftermath Episode 23 Complications & Setbacks You can see the full series of this fictional story here. Everyone stay cool, Jason prayed to himself, and slowly released his pistol back into his holster. “Well, come on damn it!” the bus driver was waiting with the deer’s legs in hand. Jason joined him and together they […]

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March 24, 2015


How To Hatch More Chicks

Hatching Chicks Is Lots of Fun! Many backyard poultry enthusiasts will tell you that owning an incubator and hatching your own chicks is not only a great way to save money, but it is also a fun and exciting endeavor. When you have fertilized eggs to hatch, you’re able to increase your flock without ever […]

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March 19, 2015


A Campfire that lasts up to 48 hours

This is a clip from my brothers new DVD, shot with the wilderness survival studs from Sigma III survival. It shows you how to build a fire that lasts up to 48 hours, WITHOUT adding ANY new wood… pretty cool if you ask me. Want More Tips Like This? >>Click Here For This Guys Wilderness […]

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March 17, 2015


Getting Started With Beekeeping & Common Mistakes To Avoid

Keeping bees is a fun and rewarding project for the homesteader or prepper. However, it’s not as easy as reading a book, buying a hive and some packaged bees. Beekeeping is both an art and a science. The science part can be learned by reading books and research. The art part will only happen when […]

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