These are the best-selling emergency foods among preppers and homesteaders because of their shelf life, nutrition, and flavor.
Amish recipes use simple and whole foods that many of us already use on the homestead. Here are five recipes you should learn.
If you have extra food or are looking for frugal alternatives to household products, check out these alternative uses for everyday foods.
There are many cold and flu remedies that can ease your symptoms. In fact, you probably already have some of them in your home.
Part of preparing should include stockpiles of clothing. These clothes could be in your bug out bag, or in a tote in the garage.
You can start a seed bank right in your own home, but first you need to know where to get them and how to store them.
Garage sales are the perfect place to find all sorts of treasures, especially if you want to prepare yourself to live off-grid.
Even if you don’t particularly like barn cats, you can’t argue their hunting skills in ridding the homestead of rodents.
If your chickens are producing more eggs than you can eat, you can preserve the excess eggs by pickling them. Here’s how to do it.
While some of these off-grid supplies may seem trivial today, they would be valuable in a life-or-death situation.