Four Simple Methods To Preserve Eggs For The Long Term

Four Simple Methods To Preserve Eggs For The Long TermMy family loves fresh eggs during the winter, and I’ve learned how to preserve our farm-fresh eggs to last for many months. During our first winter at our off-grid homestead, eggs were scarce, and we had to buy from the store. If you raise chickens, you know how different the taste of store-bought eggs is, and you’re probably not as fond of eating them. The next year I learned to plan ahead, and I’ve looked for ways to preserve eggs for the winter.

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These 45 Life Hacks From 100 Years Ago Are Useful Even Today

These 45 Life Hacks From 100 Years Ago Are Useful Even TodayHuman creativity has helped man survive for thousands of years. Wits and resourcefulness were the main keys to improve our way of life and bring comfort in times of need. The following life hacks are a testimony to human ingenuity. They stood the test of time and some of these can be useful even today.

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How To Make Bannock Or Indian Bread, The Food Of Mountain Men

How to make Bannock or Indian Bread, the food of mountain menBack in the 18th century, every day was a survival situation for most people in North America. Obtaining and eating foods with a high-calorie intake was a great challenge. The taste wasn’t a priority back then and people were looking for calories and durability. Such food is the bannock or Indian bread, and it is made even today on the trail.

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Making Use Of Old Stuff At Home As Plant Pot

Making Use Of Old Stuff At Home As Plant PotMaking use of old things is certainly a matter of art and creativity. Buying necessary things for our homes is very easy, but if you can make the utility of the stuff that is no longer of use, that will certainly be a proof of your skills and intelligence. Here are some ideas to make a plant pot from used or broken stuff you have in your home.

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How To Preserve Food In The Ground Like The Pioneers

How To Preserve Food In The Ground Like The PioneersThe pioneers had to endure harsh winters and food wasn’t as abundant back then as it is today. They had to come up with all sorts of ingenious ways to preserve food and make it last longer. Natural storage was one of the first choices for them and they learned how to preserve food in the ground to enjoy it during winter times.

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Choosing Cache Containers To Make A Secret Stash

Choosing Cache Containers To Make A Secret StashAccording to various estimates the majority of Americans are unprepared for even small-scale disasters. Once it hits the fan, you have a few hours until your local supermarkets and convenient stores get stripped of valuable supplies. To give yourself a fighting change, you should consider making a survival stash using the proper cache containers.

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How To Make Soap With Fat And Ashes

How to make soap with fat and ashesSanitation is an important aspect of everyday life and it will become a critical one during a crisis when common resources are low. No matter how you look at it, you will need to find ways to stay clean and maintain a good hygiene. When commercial detergents will no longer be available you will have to make your own and your best chance for success would be to make soap with fat and ashes.

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The Most Powerful Antiseptics You Can Make At Home

The Most Powerful Antiseptics You Can Make At HomeWhen it comes to self-healing during an emergency situation, having the proper knowledge and putting it to good use is worth more than any survival item you can think of. The powerful antiseptics listed in this article can be made at home and they will help you treat your wounds when medical aid is not available.

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Civil War Household Tips Worth Knowing

Prepper's Will - Civil War Household Tips Worth KnowingThe United States civil war was a difficult time for our country and people back then didn’t have the luxuries we enjoy today. Even tough times were harsh and they couldn’t run to the corner market to get simple things such as cough syrup, they had the knowledge to make their own. Some of their household tips deserve to be resurrected and passed on to the new generations.

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