Category: survival-kitchen

LOCAL Foods – 5 Reasons To Buy Them

Local Foods: Better Nutrition Typically the local produce that you buy locally (farmers markets, etc..) will have been recently picked or harvested. Fruits and vegetables start losing vitamins and other nutrients from the minute they’re picked. That short (local) travel time is important to their overall nutritional impact. They haven’t …

Favorite Bread Recipes – Homemade

Okay all you homemade bread lovers out there… Let’s see your favorite bread recipes! I’m sure that most everyone will agree that there’s nothing quite like the smell of breadmaking, from the rise, to the baking, to the table! And there’s nothing like the taste of fresh, warm, homemade bread. …

Food Dehydrator

A food dehydrator is essentially an oven. However unlike a conventional oven it’s a low temperature oven. Why do they call it a food dehydrator? Because it’s designed to draw out the moisture from food. To dry it out. Why would you want to dry out your food? Because certain …

Small Cooking Pot For Camping & Kit

A small cooking pot is a desirable and important item for camping or a kit (survival, backpack, bug out bag, 72 hour kit, etc..). A compact camping cookware set or an individual small cooking pot will enable: – heat up a can of… – boiling water to rehydrate a freeze …

Canned Food For Your Deep Pantry

Canned food may fill a big gap in food storage preparedness because they have a number of good attributes: – They come in a wide variety of food groups. – Available at all grocery stores. – Easy to store on your deep pantry shelves. – A pretty good shelf life. …