Prepping articles galore. Blog posts on prepping food, water, and supplies. Prepper articles from beginner prepper to advanced prepping.
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This ‘getting started‘ article is my Ten Steps To Preparedness for the people that aren’t interested in living, eating, and breathing the prepper lifestyle yet understand the value of being a little more prepared. Maybe you don’t even care for the label ‘prepper.’
That’s fine because I wrote this piece with you in mind.
In this article, I want to help you sharpen those skills without our recommended steps of forming a Threat Assessment, developing a Preparedness Action Plan, working on your Preparedness Mindset, or maybe even starting an entire Prepper Pantry.
Yes. You can skip a few steps and still be more prepared than most people.(more…)
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I thought it would be fun to run down the list of things, from the top of my head, we do that might out us as preppers. Whether we know we’re a prepper or not.(more…)
How To Manage Your Meat AFTER You’ve Bought It
We need to protect, store, and rotate our meat investments.
In this article, we’re going to look at managing your bulk meat purchase. Post-purchase – post bulk meat buying. What do we do after filling our freezer with half a cow or any other fresh meat to ensure nothing gets wasted?
This post IS NOT a how-to on buying half a cow, how to do it, or anything other than how to manage it after you have made the purchase.
With the troubles of our supply chain and skyrocketing food prices, many preppers are taking the head-on approach when it comes to meat. They’re buying half a cow or splitting a pig with someone. Or maybe they’re buying a whole cow, quarter, or even a sixteenth of a cow from a farmer. Buying fresh meat is just smart. It fills your freezer and offers an instant form of food security that preppers understand well.
But what do you do after you’ve bought half a cow? Or any bulk meat that’s being stored in a freezer?(more…)
Is prepper fear really a problem? What are preppers afraid of? Are preppers crazy or paranoid? I will get into these questions and more in the next few minutes.(more…)
We were blessed with another one-day power outage last Saturday. Not wanting a perfectly good power outage to go to waste, I have my After Action Report.
Here’s what I came up with:(more…)
Dehydrating Green Onions – In this post, I decided to hit record as I took the last of this season’s green onions from our garden to dehydrate them for use throughout the winter months.(more…)
Storing wheat berries for long-term food storage. In this video/post, I’m going to show you how I store wheat berries in Mylar bags and five-gallon pails.(more…)
In this article, I list over 75 different steps you can take to move your preparedness to the next level to celebrate National Preparedness Month 2021.
Let’s look at how we can really hit National Preparedness Month 2021 hard and see what steps WE can take.(more…)
The Forgotten Prepper Task is Jeff’s second guest blog post. He’s going to remind us of the one thing busy preppers most often forget. And it’s about as important a prep as we can do. I’m guilty of this missed prep as well. Can you guess what it is?(more…)