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She Bakes, I Dehydrate

Tuesday, 26 June 2012 20:05 Written by
Published in Getting Started
I really enjoy the prepping lifestyle, more specifically the building of my food reserves. My preferred food storage method is dehydrating. I dehydrate between 20-50 lbs of fruits and vegetables a week. In fact, my Excalibur dehydrator is busy almost every day. I meticulously plan the dehydrating schedule, food packaging,…

Local Farmer's Markets

Sunday, 17 June 2012 23:03 Written by
Published in Food
This year I've been going to my local farmer's market each weekend to supplement my food storage. I always bring $50 in cash and an empty trunk. It is amazing how much produce I am able to purchase. Keep in mind that it will not always look like the grocery…

Purchasing Items

Sunday, 03 June 2012 18:29 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Purchasing items for prepping purposes can be challenging. For most of us, we have to balance quality and cost, the number of people we are responsible for, the varying age levels, and the likely environment we will use the item. This applies to food storage, survival gear, and sustainment equipment.…

Prepping Mindset

Thursday, 31 May 2012 04:10 Written by
Published in Getting Started
One of the first stages of prepping involves identifying your Prepper Mindset. While your mindset will evolve over time, you still need a starting point. This becomes imperative when determining if you will be a lone wolf or part of a group, how large of a group you decide to be associated…

Prepping Introduction

Thursday, 31 May 2012 04:07 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Are you new to prepping, a veteran, or somewhere in between? Are you feeling a little overwhelmed? Prepping can be a hard concept to understand at first. Some people believe prepping involves having camping supplies, a case of MREs, and a few bottles of water. While those items can be…
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