Facebook Twitter Pinterest As a prepper, food preparation is a basic survival skill you should learn. This includes hunting for food sources and building fires. Believe it or not, you can also bake outdoors as long as you know how to build a reflector oven. You can build a reflector oven using an aluminum lasagna… Continue reading How To Build a Reflector Oven | Steps, Tips & More
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Boiling water is a simple task that we often take for granted, but what if you find yourself in a situation where you don’t have access to fire or other heat sources? Do you know how to boil water without fire? You can boil water using solar power, electricity, and geothermal sources.… Continue reading How To Boil Water Without Fire: 5 Easy and Safe Ways
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Eating roadkill is an excellent source of nutrition for a growing number of gatherers, people on a tight budget, and people who live a back-to-nature lifestyle. It is also a great way to treat the killed animal with respect by using its meat, skin, and fur rather than letting it rot unceremoniously… Continue reading Is It Safe To Eat A Roadkill? Is It Even Legal?
Facebook Twitter Pinterest We are under the impression that meals in survival mode mean cooking for the sake of putting food in our stomachs, for the purpose of trying to survive. However, with a bit of creativity and resourcefulness, it’s possible to enjoy good food even when in survival mode. Choose recipes that require easy-to-acquire… Continue reading Survival Cooking: 10 Simple And Easy-to-Make Recipes
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Survivalists and preppers share a handful of similar goals and one of them is to survive imminent disasters. They are prepared in cases of natural disasters, economic collapse, or any catastrophe that’ll make the normal way of living impossible. But what makes them different from each other? One major difference between a survivalist… Continue reading Survivalist vs Prepper: Which One Are You?