Flour is a basic food that everyone should have. You can make your flour last up to a decade or longer using these tried-and-true techniques.
Cornpone is a baked or fried combination of cornmeal, water, salt, and fat with other ingredients added by pioneers and Civil War soldiers.
Mead, as you may already know, is an alcoholic drink consisting of fermented honey and water. Mead is also incredibly easy to make.
Collecting rainwater is a practice that can serve as a step on your way to a more sustainable way of life. Here are the basics.
Flatbread was the first bread, the survival food of civilization. Here’s how to make tortillas, pitas, pizza, lavash, bannock, and na’an.
Pull-apart bread is bread designed to be easily pulled apart. You should be able to make it with ingredients you already have.
Homemade pasta from scratch is really easy. You can have a batch ready to serve in less than 30 minutes. Here’s how to make it.
Stocking up on cooking ingredients that never expire will ensure you can cook all sorts of dishes during an emergency.
Although most expiration date codes on food are easy to read, some of them can be confusing. Here’s how to read them.
Kudzu has earned a bad reputation, but it has some impressive benefits, as well. It can be used for food, medicine, clothing, and more.