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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Nobody would consider soda a practical necessity for survival. However, most of us have to admit that pleasure items are at home in our preps. Chocolate, tobacco, liquor, sweets, ect. There is nothing wrong with keeping some treats around to keep morale up. We are not big soda drinkers. I do...
  2. Food and water
    Okay, So, I have been ordering this Thrive Life stuff. (Freeze Dried foods, last for 25 yrs). I have also been cooking with it and it tastes pretty good. $600 later, I am not trying to break into selling it as an independent consultant. Now, here is where I need some advice. The gun shows have...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I got a hold of a book that give instructions on how to make a huller, winnowing machine, and oil press to make sunflower oil at home. Does anyone her make oil at home, and is it worth the investment of land (40'x52'), and processing of 1200+ plants? I know it will be more than worth it post...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have been reading about the problems with backing stuff like Bisquick due to the butter or shortening going bad. So am thinking about just storing baking soda and cream of tarter separately and am uncertain on if eggs and shortening or butter can be stored long term. From those of you out...
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