Using Local Farmers to Help Store Survival Foods

Hi everyone! For my food survival storage, I want more nutrition than I would even have during regular life – especially because my health needs may not be able to be met otherwise if the hospitals and doctors’ offices aren’t available.

One thing we know is that grocery stores have a lot of overhead and therefore have to charge us more than what products are worth to make a profit. We also know that fresh fruits and vegetables can be turned into canned or dehydrated food stores for our survival using a canning kit or food dehydrator. Continue reading

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Emergency Food Storage on a Budget

Hi everyone! When it comes to survival, we all think of food first and foremost. But for many people, saving up an emergency food supply on a budget seems overwhelming when you still have to buy food for current, everyday usage.

There are some tips you can start using now to help you save up a good food supply for your future. Continue reading

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Compost Bin: Build Your Own or Buy?

Hi everyone! As stated previously on my blog, I dabble in gardening – from small container exercises to slightly bigger patches of gardening and I hope to someday have a thriving large survival garden in my backyard – including a compost bin of my own.

But that opens the question of investing in a readymade compost bin or taking the DIY route and making a compost bin out of recycled materials at home. ┬áLet’s look at both, along with some ideas on how to do it yourself. Continue reading

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