Whether you’re stockpiling food or just organizing your first kitchen, be sure to include lots of spices on your list of necessities.
If you want to stock up on emergency supplies without spending more than necessary, your best bet is to get a membership to somewhere like Sam’s Club. #homesteadsurvivalsite #stockpile #samsclub #frugal #preparedness
Whether you can’t afford an electric dehydrator or you’re trying to use as little electricity as possible, there are plenty of other ways to dehydrate food. #homesteadsurvivalsite #foodstorage #dehydrate #fooddehydration #offgrid
Here are 10 random kitchen tricks that will make your life easier and impress your family. Read the full list and watch the video to see them done.
Hardtack is a survival food that can sit on the shelves for years. Check out the 5 easy steps to making your own hardtack.
These are the most delicious pancakes in the world! At least according to me, my kids, and my grandma, but I think you’ll agree with us once you try them. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pancakes #pancakerecipe #fromscratch #bestpancakes
The easiest way to make your own yeast is to grow a sourdough starter. All you have to do is capture wild yeast using flour and water.
Earthen ovens have been used to bake food for at least two thousand years. In these videos, you’ll learn how to make one and how to bake bread in one.
Here you’ll find a list of 35 emergency foods you should be stocking. With all of these foods on hand, you’ll be eating well no matter what happens.
Making your own soda is easier than you think. Use these organic ingredients and you’ll have a natural, healthy soda that’s nice and bubbly.