www.survivalistboards.com Just cooking on the pit today and discussing ideas on how to prepare for an emergency.
Dehydration is a critical skill to any long term food storage system. Tam takes us through the process of dehydrating Acorn meal. She is using the Excalibur Dehydrator which can be found at: www.excaliburdehydrator.com Bushcraft On Fire – http
Tere Foster of 3DHealth.Net shares secrets from her cookbook My Whole Foods Kitchen about how to cook beans in a food, water or fuel shortage as well as for every meal planning.
With all the talk of late about urban farming, preserving the bounty and living off the grid, the average American eater–dependent on the boxed, the (industrial) canned and the microwavable–can be intimidated by the prospect of cooking with fresh, local ingredients. When you can easily get imported tomatoes in February and apples in June, who
www.survivalistboards.com Most important – have a plan. Think out your plans, share your plans with your family and friends. Cooking with wood is the only long term survival solution. Gas, propane, coleman fuel and white gasoline will run out. Wood is a renewable resource. Every survivalist should have a way to cook with wood, even
www.emergencyfoodstoragepros.com Food storage: It’s important that you don’t forget to include meat in your food storage plans. The proper proportions of meat will give you the protein needed to carry out your daily routine. Freeze your meat, but rotate it out and eat it in stews, chili, or just steaks. Meat in your food storage