A Few Tips And Recipes For Making Sausage At Home

A Few Tips And Recipes For Making Sausage At Home

Man has been eating sausage since before the ancient Greeks began to record history. And for a good reason, sausage, made correctly, cannot only help to preserve meat but is one of the finest meals you can put on a plate.

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Tips For Building A Meat Curing Chamber

Tips For Building A Meat Curing Chamber

Everyone who tastes dry-cured meats such as bresaola, sausages, salamis or prosciutto walks away with two thoughts. The first is that the meat is delicious. Second, they wonder if they can make it safely at home. Fortunately, you can, and it’s a pretty straightforward process.

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Tips For Curing Ham At Home

Tips For Curing Ham At Home

Curing ham with salt is a food preservation skill that came to North America with the arrival of the first European pioneers. Born from the need to cure and preserve meat without refrigeration, dry salt curing was an old-world method already familiar to these pioneers.

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How To Make Wild Game Jerky

How To Make Wild Game JerkyIf you hunt to supplement your protein diet, you have a lot of options when it comes to wild game. Besides making burger and stakes, you should look into other options to diversify your diet. Making wild game jerky is an ideal option for the hunters out there.

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Winter Trail Survival Food – 3 Easy Recipes

Winter Trail Survival Food - 3 Easy Recipes    During the winter season, the human body’s resistance is affected and outdoor activities take a toll on your energy levels. Cold weather slows the body’s heat production and makes survival a difficult task. When you are moving through heavy snow, proper intake of trail survival food is needed to maintain the optimal body temperature of 98 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Long-Term Food Storage Methods

Long-Term Food Storage MethodsFood storage allows us to survive for extended periods of time and give us a comforting feeling that enables us to concentrate on developing other skills. Nothing brings a man down like the fear of hunger. It’s something we all think about, regardless of how full our pantry is.

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Pemmican – The Old Survival Super Food For Today

Prepper's Will - Pemmican ultimate survival foodThe indigenous people of North America survived through a lot of issues, but they also gained a lot of knowledge. This article will present one of their teachings; how to make Pemmican, a traditional food of native North Americans. Meat preservation is a hot topic among preppers and being able to prepare and later on, enjoy a good meat ration is a must when it comes to preparedness.

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Jerky, Nutritious Food For Every Prepper

How to Make Survival Jerky  The average adult will consume 150 to 200 pounds of meat per year. Under adverse conditions, people can easily get by with less protein than 150 pounds of fresh meat per year, as that averages to almost a half pound per day! A canned, cooked one pound ham, for example, would be a real treat once a week, and easily feed a family of four. 

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Survival Honey, The Ultimate Survival Food

honey survival foodSurvival honey (or jut honey) is a wonder food that should be stockpiled by every prepper. It is considered by some the ultimate survival food due to its long shelf life and healing proprieties. Honey has been used by humans since Ancient Times and cave paintings have been found depicting humans hunting for this golden wonder.

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