Knowing how to substitute common ingredients will not only save you time, but it also is a great skill to have for emergencies.
While stockpiling food for emergencies is important, there are certain types of food that aren’t worth stockpiling. Here are twelve.
Researching indicates that PFAS (forever chemicals) are in rainwater all over the planet. Here’s how to remove them.
If society unravels, we will be forced to use vintage appliances like they used back in the 1800s. Here are 12 examples.
Water glassing eggs is an old method of preserving fresh eggs that still works today. You just new a few simple ingredients.
A food co-op is kind of like a grocery store that’s owned by the people who shop there. Here are the benefits and drawbacks of a food co-op.
During an emergency, that last thing you want to get is food poisoning. Here’s how to make sure your emergency food is safe to eat.
While canning is a relatively simple process, there are some important rules for safe canning you should know before you start.
When you flash freeze food at home, the food in your freezer bags doesn’t stick together so you’re able to only get the amount you need.
If you can’t find formula for your baby, there are some emergency baby formula recipes you should try. Here are three recipes.