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  1. Food and water
    I am a new long-term food and emergency preparation... I am an avid hunter and well skilled at processing, aging and butchering my own wild game (Birds, Venison, Feral Hog). As I am building my store of dried foods, I am eying a Home Freeze Drier. Can store bought ham-hocks that are from the...
  2. Oregon
    Checking to see if folks are active on here. Open discussion. I'll start: What difficulties are you facing right now, structurally, weather, etc?
  3. 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
  4. Food and water
    Hey everyone. A bit of an update on my situation, and a question for those of you with experience in the area referred to in the title. I am still living in an apartment in an urban setting in the southern end of my state. I share the aforementioned apartment with my disabled mother, whom I...
  5. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I was thinking of making a homemade Smoker/Firepit hybrid on my back patio. I think this is a great way of prepping while also enjoying life. Only problem is, I have no smoker experience. My Father-in-law got me hooked on smoking meats and now I want to build my own. Any ideas on materials...
  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Recently I have been interested in dehydrating meats to add to my dry food pre-made meal bags. I usually only eat meat on the trail or in the woods when it's either A) A rabbit or turkey I caught B) When I go to town sometimes I get summer sausage or meat I am going to cook that day (or the...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    There are all kinds of articles out there talking about meat after SHTF. You want to know what is missing in a lot of those articles? Exact details. Awhile back we talked about how many chickens would be needed for SHTF. I would like to do this article in the same manner as the chicken...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Just read an interesting article in the USA Today about eating Guinea pigs. Is anyone on the board here raising them for food? How is it working out? Do they require more care than say chickens? Advantages or disadvantages over other meat sources? "A "herd" of two males and 20 females can...
  9. Boating and Fishing
    Part of my BOB is dedicated to meat procurement without the use of a firearm. It includes a few snares, 2 speed-hook sets, 2 fishing yo-yo's, and a small self-made pocket fishing kit. I just figured I would make my own "Tom Sawyer stick pole" and fish. However, the other day I saw a gentleman...
  10. Food and water
    My family and I are going to try our hand at canning meat (venison) for the first time this year, we have done veggies and other canning for a while now. I was going to fully cook the stew meat in broth and while still hot and into hot jars load it up in the pressure cooker. My problem is that...
  11. General Discussion
    http://io9.com/5936317/billionaire-peter-thiel-invests-in-the-development-of-3d-printed-meat?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews So will it be possible to eat meat that never mooed or oinked? That's just a little disturbing. Basically it's just an article on a billionaire that is...
  12. Food and water
    I live in Alaska and just got done dipnetting about 60 sockeye salmon. I'd like to pressure cook some of these. I'm new to pressure cooking (just got my first pressure cooker). I've heard rumors from a few people that I should only can in pint size jars - NOT Quart size. When I ask why, no one...
  13. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Some time ago, I replied to a post about raising rabbits on the balcony of an apartment. I spoke briefly of our hutch and the automatic waste collection system we'd built. Someone wanted photos and a description and I promised to do so after I completed some existing time sucks I was involved...
  14. Food and water
    I've seen a lot of threads talking about spam, or various other canned meats, and they can be found all over the forum. I thought with this thread we could make a central place to post reviews of the various canned meats and be able to find them easier (since I'll make this a sticky)...
  15. Vendor Deals
    We are now offering a Wise Food Real Meat Bucket here: http://directive21.com/wisefoodstoragegrabandgo.html We are offering it at the lowest price we can, with free shipping. This Meat is USDA approved. Here are the specs on the bucket: 60 Servings - Freeze Dried Meat Bucket Product within...
  16. Vendor Deals
    We're offering our newly packaged, fully cooked canned meats (beef, hamburger and chicken) at $74.95 through August 31, which is at least $10 cheaper than any other case of (12) 28-oz. canned meats out there. It's called Providence Pantry, and you can find it at www.readydepot.com. It's...
  17. General Discussion
    check out this video the future of meat. meat glue
  18. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is, perhaps, the best article I've read about procuring your own meat post-SHTF. The author goes into a brief overview of each of the critters he raises, their output and his thoughts on what would be required to sustain them without outside resources. It's a short article, approx 5-10...
  19. British Isles and ROI
    I appologise if there is a suitable thread allready existing on this site i tried searching and couldnt find one. i have access to some land and my long term objective is to become as self sufficient as possible on it. I have many questions that i hope some people can help me with.. than you in...
  20. Recipes
    My wife showed me that we have a bunch of jars of pickled chicken. Some were pickled in a garlic vinegar, some are in wine vinegar and some are in ACV. This was an experiment done last year while culling our poultry. Other than pickled hog feet, there seem to be very few references to pickled...
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