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Must Have Food Preservation Items

Did I just click bait you with this title? Yes. Do I think you NEED any of these items to preserve foods and build a flourishing and successful food storage? Absolutely not. However, if you’re...

Why are preppers prepping?

Understanding the Reasons Behind Prepping In an ever-changing world filled with uncertainties, a growing number of individuals are turning to preparing as a way to ease their anxieties and secure...

Is Freeze Drying The Future of Food Preservation?

Imagine having your favourite fruits, vegetables, and even entire meals retain their flavours, nutrients and textures for years on end. Sounds unbelievable, like something out of a sci-fi novel...

Prepping 101 – Water Storage

Water. Debatably one of the trickiest components of preparedness yet one of the most important as we need water for almost everything. Drinking, cooking, cleaning, hygiene, first aid, gardening, pets...

15 Best Bartering Items for when SHTF.

In a hypothetical post-world collapse scenario, where traditional currency loses it’s value, the concept of bartering becomes a vital means of exchange. Bartering allows individuals to trade...

Bug Out Bag Essentials: What to include.

During periods of crisis or when faced with the wrath of natural disasters, it becomes increasingly paramount to possess an organised and thoughtfully assembled Bug Out Bag (commonly referred to as...

Bug out Bag Basics: What you NEED to know.

Ahh, the Bug Out Bag (or BOB) is a term you’ve likely heard floating around the preparedness world by now. Many people swear this is the first thing you should have started with and others simply...

Best Survival Foods. A Prepper’s guide to long lasting foods.

In uncertain times or emergency situations, having a well-stocked pantry with foods that can be stored long term is essential. Whether you’re preparing for natural disasters, economic...






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