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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Preppers Cookbook: Emergency Preparedness Tips and Tasty Food Storage Recipes

Preppers Cookbook: Emergency Preparedness Tips and Tasty Food Storage Recipes was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

 If an emergency arises, whether it be natural or manmade; are you prepared? Preparing for "a rainy day" has many different meanings for folks. Whether you want to be prepared for a catastrophic event, have a safety net of supplies in the event of financial hardship or anything in between, we can help you start fulfilling your own requirement of emergency preparedness with the tips included in this book. After all, planning and being prepared is the first step towards protecting your family.

Here are the topics covered in this book:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Chapter 1 The Purpose of Being Prepared
Chapter 2 Decide What You Will Prepare For
Chapter 3 Will You Stay If Disaster Hits
Chapter 4 Will You Go If Disaster Hits
Chapter 5 Basic Survival Necessities (Non-Food)
Chapter 6 Suggested Food Storage Items

Chapter 7 Survival Lessons from the Oregon Trail Pioneers
Chapter 8 Bare Bones Better Than Nothin' Survival Food List
Chapter 9 Prospective Bartering Items
Chapter 10 Water Storage and Filtration
Chapter 11 Herbs for Survival

Chapter 12 Fundamental Long -Term Staples - Beans, Rice and Grains

Chapter 13 How-Tos for Long-Term Food Storage

Chapter 14 Storing Root Crops

Chapter 15 Crop Choices for Root Storage

Chapter 16 All About Beans

Chapter 17 All About Grains

Chapter 18 Bread, Breakfast, Cookies and Crackers Recipes

Chapter 19 Soup and Casserole Recipes
Chapter 20 Sauce Mixes
Chapter 21 Bean Recipes
Chapter 22 Chicken Recipes
Chapter 23 Beef Recipes
Chapter 24 Egg Dishes (from powdered eggs)
Chapter 25 No-Bake Recipes
Chapter 26 Desserts
Chapter 27 Freeze Dried Snacks
Chapter 28 Choosing a Dutch Oven
Chapter 29 Dutch Oven Cooking without Electricity
Chapter 30 Caring for Your Dutch Oven
Chapter 31 How to Restore Rusty Cast Iron
Chapter 32 Dutch Oven Recipes
Chapter 33 Ingredient Substitutions
Chapter 34 Canning Your Own Foods
Chapter 35 High Altitude Conversions for Recipes
BONUS 1 Basic Home Remedies
BONUS 2 Basic Pet Care Tips
Conclusion
Recipe Index

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Keep Dogs Warm

Using bubble wrap for insulation in a doghouse is a low cost way to keep your dog warm in the winter. Although I would rather people take their dogs in when it is super cold , sometimes the dogs have to be out for a time. This way they have a warm place to go to. Just line the interior walls and roof with bubble wrap. Make sure it is on very well so the dog can't chew on it or tear it up. If you have it you could possible get door mats and put over the bubble wrap on the inside walls so it is even warmer.

Another thing that my uncle used to do for his dogs - was he would take a rubber mat , like you have at front door , and would cut pieces of it that would fit right on door of doghouse and then hang it from the top of door on the inside. Like a doggie door you might have on your house. That way no cold air would get in onto his hunting dogs. They can open it easily.

Prepper Christmas Ideas

 It is getting to be that time of the year again. Wondering what we will buy for our family and friends. Here is a list that might help you if you have any survivalist, homesteaders, etc on your list of if you are one and want to help your family and friends become more prepared.

Family Ebola Preparedness Kit

Dupont X-Large Yellow Tychem QC Chemical Protection Coveralls

Kindle You can get some great preparedness books for it and survivalist fiction.You can get a Suntactics sCharger-5 High Performance Solar Charger, Quickly Charges iPhone, iPad Mini, iPod Touch, Android Phones, Samsung, Nokia, eReaders, BlueTooth Speakers, and Many Other USB Devices Directly From Sunlight. Extremely Durable and Reliable. to be able to charge it in an off the grid experience.

Katadyn Pocket Water Microfilter

3-Day Lite Emergency KitI am getting one of these for my son to keep in the trunk of his car. I got him a Jump-N-Carry JNC300XL 900 Peak Amp Ultraportable 12V Jump Starter with Light for his birthday and he has already used it a few times to help friends.

Mr. Heater F215100 MH4B Little Buddy 3800-BTU Indoor-Safe Propane Heater



Complete Pillar Candle Making Kit: Learn how fast, easy & fun it is to make your own pillar candles. Perfect for beginners!This is a great idea for a teen or just for someone that you know would love to be able to make their own candles.

Mountain House Best Sellers KitThis is a great idea for getting someone you know started into food storage.

Emergency Survival Food Supply 275 Meal PackGreat idea also to get someone started in food storage.

Global Sun Oven® - World's Best Solar Oven

RoadPro RPSL-350 12V 1.5 Quart Slow Cooker

Wonderwash

Advanced Elements 5 Gallon Summer Shower / Solar Shower

Kaito Electronics, Inc. Portable Dynamo & Solar-Powered Radio and Cell Phone Charger

Solar 11-in-1 Battery Charger

Glo Brite L201 Galaxy Clear Glass Kerosene/Oil Lamp

FoodSaver V2222 Vacuum Food Sealer PLUS Starter Kit

Nesco/American Harvest FD-80 Square-Shaped Dehydrator

Motorola MR355R 35-Mile Range 22-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio (Pair)

Gerber 31-000701 Bear Grylls Survival Series Ultimate Kit

Whistle Creek Survival Kit in a Sardine Can

There are some great survivalist type movies that you can get someone for a present also. The Walking Dead: Season One, The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season, The Colony: Seasons 1 & 2
, and The Road are just a couple that are my favorites.



The Prepper's Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster Ultimate Family Preparedness Pak
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Thursday, November 20, 2014

DIY Prepper

DIY Prepper: How To Secure Your Home, Protect Your Family, And Survive Any Disaster was a free kindle book when this post was written.

Doomsday preppers are often seen as extremists, fanatical people who have completely lost their grasp on reality. Painted as mentally unstable doom and gloom mongers, many people see preppers as out of touch lunatics and write them off as crazy. Before you decide that preppers are an unhinged bunch of overzealous, undereducated freaks, there are a few things you should know. Once you understand just how vulnerable the modern economy is to something as seemingly simple as transportation disruption, you may think twice about prepping and decide everyone needs to prep for a worst case scenario the government would be powerless to resolve quickly enough to keep you and your family safe.

This book will cover:
Why You Should Always Prepare
DIY Weapons When Your Ammo Runs Out
What to do when the ammo runs out
DIY Home Security
DIY Fire Starting
DIY Food Supply
DIY Water Storage And Filtration
DIY Bug Out Bag
DIY Ways to Start An Emergency Fire
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