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    It's our right to prepare...it's nature...Wish I had a farm.......My site..Chuckwagon and Camp Food has lots of recipes and how to cook with cast iron cookware outdoors. Another board..Canning and Farmstand Favorites is on the list With Homesteading recipes....we camped for over 55 years.....Surviving is extreme Camping.....The Outdoors misses you... How to dress or butcher animals for consumption....Or Watch "The Walking Dead"...


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    List of items - buy one each week for 52 weeks to be prepared!

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    Homestead Landscaping: wood storage rack. this might be necessary

    How to Build a Wood Storage Rack | eHow

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    Tidbits and tips from the Great Depression years.

    65 Pieces of Survival Wisdom From the Great Depression - Survival Mom

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    Make your own Vinegar (it's easier than you think)….going to use those crabapples going to waste in my back yard to do this. This is one of my preps and will be a needed item in the community when the SHTF since vinegar can be used for food preservation, cleaning, sanitizing and medical purposes.

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    Canning meats.... A great site for canning!! She has lots of recipes for meals in a jar to can as well.

    Canning Granny: Canning Beef in Broth

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    Pop's Bacon cure and recipe! Gotta give this one a try! This sounds better than the other one I poste

    Bacon made the easy way...

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    Before easy access to previously cured or perpetually refrigerated meat at both local grocery stores and in our homes, salt boxes were employed to preserve the much-needed proteins that meat provides over long periods of time. Building a salt box is quite simple; the box is just a means for storing the meat in a large quantity of salt while it...

    How to Build a Meat Saltbox | eHow

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    Pack sawdust into paper muffin cups, above, or a cardboard egg carton. Melt paraffin wax or old candles in a double boiler, pour over the sawdust and allow to cool. Slow-burning when lit, these hotcakes make great starters for a fireplace or campfire.

    Make the most of sawdust

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    Wine Cork Fire Starters and other cork ideas; soak corks in alcohol for use as a fire starter .

    Easy DIY Fire Starters, Plus 9 More Ways to Reuse Old Wine Corks

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    24 Lost Survival Tips from 100 Years Ago - with Illustrations :www.askaprepper.c...

    24 Lost Survival Tips from 100 Years Ago - with Illustrations - Ask a Prepper

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    How to Recharge Alkaline Batteries - Backdoor Survival

    How to Recharge Alkaline Batteries - Backdoor Survival

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    How to Heat a Room for 15 Cents per Day w/out electricity.

    How to Heat a Room for 15 Cents per Day - Living Green Magazine

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    Chewing Gum and a battery can be used Fire Starter - Use the foil-backed wrapper to short circuit an AA battery and create a flame. First, tear the wrapper into an hourglass shape and touch the foil to the positive and negative battery terminals. The electrical current will briefly cause the paper wrapper to ignite. Use the flame to light a candle or tinder.

    8 Household Items That Could Save Your Life

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    For years we have been told that salt is bad for you but that is simply not true. Salt is important to life itself. Here are 34 ways to use salt for survival purposes plus a description of various types of salt. via www.BackdoorSurvi...

    34 Ways to Use Salt for Survival | Backdoor Survival

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    Super Easy Survival Bread 1 cup of fine whole wheat flour 2 tbsp. of olive oil (optional, also regular vegetable oil works too) 1 tsp. salt 1/2 cup of water Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and scoop it togther into a ball. Lightly dust a cookie sheet, rock, or other flat surface with flour. Pour the dough ball out and knead for 5 mins. Roll out to about 1/8″ thin and bake at 350F for 20 mins.Powers out? No oven? Put it in a dutch oven instead and cook it over a fire.

    Super Easy Survival Bread | BeSurvival.com

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    Survival Uses for Cattails

    6 Survival Uses for Cattails

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    DIY How To Build A Small Cabin On A Budget // I could totally do this, right?

    DIY How To Build A Small Cabin On A Budget

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    The Myth of Being Self Sufficient | Homesteading Housewives

    Lean on Me | Homesteading Housewives

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    Apocalypse bunker made from a former missile-silo

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    Top Homesteading and Off-Grid Living posts of 2014

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    step by step on how to build a earth sheltered home

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    Depression Era Cooking and Recipes

    Depression Era Cooking and Recipes

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    This is by far one of the best sites for Preparedness info! He is a long-time "prepper" & calls himself "grandpappy". This is the kind of info that my Great grandparents passed on to their kids after surviving the Great Depression.

    Index of How to Survive Hard Times - by Robert Wayne Atkins, P.E.

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    Grill Grate setup for Fire Pit for camping

    SurvivalistsSite.com - Community - Canuck In Denver

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    Homestead Survival: The Easiest Way to Get Rid of Weeds Without Harsh, Synthetic Chemicals

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