These are the best-selling emergency foods among preppers and homesteaders because of their shelf life, nutrition, and flavor.
Cast iron cookware is great for all types of meals. But if you’ve never used it, you could accidentally ruin it with one of these mistakes.
Many things can go wrong with an emergency food plan and in this article, I will briefly discuss how to avoid common food storage mistakes
Bannock is a classic and easy-to-make bread without all sorts of delicious variations. Here is a simple bannock recipe you’ll love.
Amish recipes use simple and whole foods that many of us already use on the homestead. Here are five recipes you should learn.
Emergency water usually needs to be rotated. But if you store water properly, it can last for decades without rotation.
Grocery stores have all kinds of emergency foods that are nutritious and will last a long time. Here’s what you should look for.
In this article, we’ll talk about ten foods that will easily last for over ten years. Then, we’ll look at why you should store this food.
Preserving vegetables in sand is a common farmer’s trick. It allows folks to eat homegrown veggies throughout winter without a refrigerator.
You probably have some poisonous foods in your kitchen right now. A surprising number of pantry staples contain hazardous compounds.