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The Ultimate Clay Cob Oven (Video)

The Ultimate Clay Cob Oven (Video)

I’ve always been really fascinated by all types of off-grid cooking. Not only is it interesting to see how people revive these ancient techniques, but it’s incredibly useful for any survivalist and prepper to know. Not only might you want to get your own home equipped with something like a clay cob oven, but understanding how they work can also be a valuable tool for a survival situation or rebuilding after a massive collapse or disaster. This impressive video features a very cool clay cob oven, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy seeing how it was made and how it works […]

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The Ultimate Survivalist Garden Food (Video)

The Ultimate Survivalist Garden Food (Video)

When planting a survival garden, you’ve probably figured out already that you probably won’t be able to sustain your family with some basil and kale plants. While fresh herbs and greens will be great to have in a survival situation, to get crucial food calories, you’re going to need something with a bit more heft. One of my favorite YouTube channels, An American Homestead, shared one of their survival secrets: artichoke. I would have personally never thought about this little-known survival crop as something that could sustain you in a disaster, but they make a great case for it, as […]

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The Reality of Living Off-Grid

The Reality of Living Off-Grid

If you’re a survivalist, prepper, or aspiring homesteader, one of your goals is probably to live off-grid. And it is certainly a wise goal to have; our global energy grids are growing increasingly precarious and connected to bigger and bigger networks, making them more likely to be shut down by events like a solar flare, EMP, or terroristic hacking. Not to mention, you probably get sick of shelling out high energy costs and taxes to large corporations of government entities, and want to be free and independent. Going off-grid is great, but are you sure you’re really ready for it? […]

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DIY Garden Markers

DIY Garden Markers

Growing your own garden is a key part of making your home more self-sustaining. One of the biggest mistakes that first-time gardeners make is not labeling their plants with garden markers. While some plants are easy to identify, others, especially herbs, or plants that grow underground, can be slightly difficult to identify right away. If you want to make harvesting much easier, it’s easy to make a few simple garden markers with supplies that you probably have in your home already. Painted rocks are a great, semi-permanent solution that can be used for as long as the paint withstands the […]

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Survival Gardening [Video]

Growing food in your backyard when its over 100 degrees for more than three months? How do you do that? If you are looking for something more than the usual “mulch and drip irrigation” answer…. Find out what the old-timers used to do, what plants will work the best, what not to do (if you can avoid it), and some surpise options you probably have never heard of. Important Survival Gardening & Stockpiling Info… Learn life-saving survival medicine in an afternoon… Please follow and like us:

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