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Emergency (or Everyday) Food Nuggets

August 8, 2018 Derrick Krane 0

photo above, from left to right: musket balls, chia balls, majoun balls, and space food by Derrick Krane Food nuggets, aka energy nuggets,  power chunks, power balls, aka many other names, are small, nutrient dense […]

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Power Gels for Survival

July 20, 2018 Derrick Krane 2

by Derrick Krane Power gels, aka energy gels are small packets of complex carbohydrate syrup, usually some combination of maltodextrin, brown rice syrup, honey, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and flavorings. Though these are technically not […]

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Healthy Versus Unhealthy Survival Food

September 22, 2017 Megan 3

by Megan With plenty of clean drinking water and shelter to sleep, the average adult can survive for several weeks or longer without food. This means that in a short-term survival situation, any kind of […]

Storing Thanksgiving Dinner

November 27, 2015 Rourke 2

  by Lee Flynn Thanksgiving leftovers can be a pain in the butt to store. If they don’t get eaten fast enough, they can spoil. If you’d rather have them as food storage, however, it […]

Mylar packing food for long term storage

September 1, 2015 Rourke 7

Rourke: This post was originally published here on ModernSurvivalOnline.com. It is just as relevant today.   Storing food continues to be my main priority in gathering survival supplies. Canned goods are the mainstay of much […]

Dehydrated Meals Can Be Delicious

August 29, 2015 Rourke 6

By Lee Flynn   Why keep dehydrated food on hand? There are a lot of good reasons to dehydrate and store foodstuffs, and it is something that everyone can do with a little bit of […]

Infographic: Buried Container Root Cellar

August 20, 2015 Rourke 0

Root cellars are used to keep food supplies at a lower temperatures for better off-grid, non-powered storage. Burying a trash can is an easy way to build a root cellar. If you enjoy how-to, backyard projects this one […]

Survival Food: Peanut Butter

July 16, 2015 Rourke 11

One of my biggest priorities in Preparedness is increasing my food stores. Although not difficult – for me it is a matter of money, space, organization and planning. One of my favorite food storage staples […]

Letter Re: Homemade MRE

May 29, 2015 Rourke 1

Rourke: In case you missed it reader Karen left some great info ina comment related to my recent post “Homemade MRE“: Thanks Karen!! I’ve come up with a list of quick protein meals, with the […]

Homemade MRE?

May 22, 2015 Rourke 28

First off – let me say that what I am about to describe does not replace a military-type MRE. Military MRE’s are superior to “home made” MRE’s in many ways. For those on a budget […]

A bird in the hand……..

December 1, 2014 Rourke 14

By “The Coach” (Contributing Editor)             I remember when I was growing up being told the old cliché; “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.” (This picture was drawn by Erika […]