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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    article title; '12 Foods you can buy in Bulk that will last till the End of the World' http://www.marketwatch.com/story/12-foods-you-can-buy-in-bulk-that-will-last-until-the-end-of-world-2017-09-15?reflink=MW_GoogleNews&google_editors_picks=true 1) white rice 2) honey 3) oats 4) hot sauce 5)...
  2. Vendor Deals
    we have an amazing selection on our freeze-dried food and prices. we do custom orders we just did a 15 pound prime rib sliced in a 2-pound steaks for one of our customers. stop by my store or shoot me a message. Thank you hope to hear from you Scott
  3. Australia and New Zealand
    Advantages of A Flintlock Muzzle-loader. 1) Ammo is less expensive than a modern equivalent caliber firearm. 2) The smoothbore is very versatile, being able to digest round ball, bird shot, & buckshot, or any combination of two of these (can also use minies). 3) The fusil is lighter to carry...
  4. Australia and New Zealand
    I belong to a survival group on Facebook, & it drives me nuts! I really hope this does not offend anyone here, but for the life of me I simply can not understand why people contemplating long term wilderness survival are so fixated with modern gadgets. I get the impression that their interest is...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm assembling my bug out bag (I'm a little inexperienced, so my apologies), and I need some outside input on what I do or don't need, and what I still need to add. So here's what I've currently got. Also, if it helps, I'm in the Semi Arid and mountainous environment of Northern Arizona. And I...
  6. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Wouldn't it be nice to have a stockpile of antibiotics at home for your family in case of a SHTF situation? Now you can! Oregano is a natural antibiotic and antihistamine. There are no adverse side effects and your body will not build up a immunity to it. 15 bucks on amazon you can buy 1000...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hi All Sorry if this is in another post, I cannot find it. Me and the wife are finally about to make another long term food purchase. I remember coming across a different supplier at one point, and reading that their stuff costs a bit more than beprepared, but is higher quality. I remember the...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I am buying some bulk food to get ready to store in 10 5 gallon buckets with mylar bags and O2 absorbers. I am storing the staples (salt, sugar, rice, powdered milk). I am wondering if I should buy bread flour of all purpose flour. Also I am wondering if I can fill up a bucket with a bunch of...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello Survivors! Quick question for anyone with more food storage experience than myself. I am preparing 4-8 servings of "soup mix" consisting of beans,lentils, barley split peas and the likes. The Mrs has the recipe perfected which includes various scoops of curry, spices and powdered chicken...
  10. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I grew up with a concrete cistern, 90 percent of our water came from the roof and gutters draining through a concrete filter box with sand/charcoal/screen; and was thinking hey, now I might do something like that as a supplement using the rain from the rainfall at my place now. Doing some...
  11. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Lets say the scenario is long term survival, and we eventually run out of canning jar lids. Since you're only supposed to use them once, how do you plan to continue canning food at home after the supply runs out? I've thought of dipping the tops them in beeswax after canning. I've even...
  12. Ladies Section
    New here, so I hope this hasn't already been addressed. For long term storage, would it be better to use mylar bags with 02 absorbers or vacuum sealed bags? I am looking at the VacMaster 112 but for that much money I want to make sure it will make a huge contribution to our food prep efforts...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    We have a fairly solid stash of food for 4-6 months; my next goal is for longer term storage. I am always interested in what others are packing in buckets so here is my work for today. Mixed bean soup bucket: Mixed beans: 5 pounds each of pinto and great northern, 1 pound (pkg) of pearled...
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