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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

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EMP Survival

EMP Survival: 30 Useful Tips And Tricks You Should Learn To Survive an EMP (emp survival, survival, survival books) was a free kindle book when this post was written.

30 Useful Tips And Tricks You Should Learn To Survive an EMP

The world as we know it runs on power. We need power for everything from heating and cooling our homes to running the car to cooking our food. If we didn’t have power many of us just wouldn’t know what to do. So let me ask you a question. What do you think will happen if all the power in your area or even on the entire planet were to suddenly stop working?

A crazy thought right? Well this is more of a reality than something made up in a fiction book or on a late night television program. The likelihood of us loosing all of our power and being sent back into the Stone Age is very likely and our governments have been warned about tis threat and danger since the early 1960’s and have done nothing about it.

In this book we will be talking about this threat and why it is so real. We will talk to you about ways to protect yourselves as much as possible as well as what to do if such an attack did happen.

So if you are ready to learn about EMP and the dangers it poses to everyone on this planet don’t delay! Download this book today.

Contents of the book:

  • Chapter 1 – What Is EMP And Why Should You Be Concerned?
  • Chapter 2 – Building an EMP Survival Kit
  • Chapter 3 – 30 Useful Tips and Tricks

Monday, June 29, 2015

Food Storage Recipe - Homemade Energy Bars

We make these to take with us hiking and kayaking. They are really good.


1 cup brown sugar

1 cup vegetable oil

2 eggs

2 cup oats

1 1/2 cup flour

1 cup raisins

1 cup peanuts

1 cup coconut

1 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon salt

Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees.

Grease a 11"x17" pan.

Mix together the brown sugar, oil, and eggs until smooth.

Add the remaining ingredients.

Spread into the pan and press down until even.

Bake until the center is set, but not firm. about 16- 22 minutes.

Remove from oven and let it cool for about 15 minutes.

Drizzle them with a honey glaze. Honey Glaze - Place 1/4 cup of honey and 2 tablespoon butter in a sauce pan and heat , stirring until well blended.

Cut into squares and store covered for a couple of weeks. You can freeze them, too. For up to 6 months. 

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Food Storage and Survival – Make Your Own Homemade Survival Bars –Improved Recipe!

Food Storage and Survival – Make Your Own Homemade Survival Bars –Improved Recipe!

Has anyone tried making these?  I want to try making some soon.

Food Storage Recipes - Homemade Butterballs

This is something that you can do in a pinch. Have your kids do it for you. Fun way for them to learn how butter is made.


Whipping cream

Small empty food jar

Pour 1 tablespoon of the cream into your jar. Screw the lid on tight.

Shake this very vigorously!!

Soon you will see a small lump of solid butter forming inside the jar.

Remove the butterball and spread onto crackers or bread.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Saving Money This Summer: How to Enjoy Frugal Family-Friendly Fun

Saving Money This Summer: How to Enjoy Frugal Family-Friendly Fun (More for Less Guides Book 18) was a free kindle book when this was written.

 Summer can be one of the most expensive times of the year if parents are not careful. With the children home from school and the temperatures soaring, the price of food, electricity, and gas can start to skyrocket out of control.

With the children home for so many weeks, childcare costs can also break the budget if you are not careful. Fun activities to keep the children entertained, parties, day camp, vacations, can all cost a great deal. Where is an ordinary family to find the money for all these things in these tough economic times?

In this guide, discover a range of solutions on how to create a budget for summer to cover the costs of all the essentials you and your family feel are most important. A realistic budget and teaching your children about money and budgeting can be your first steps.

Saving money on groceries, electricity, keeping your house cool and making the most of your air-conditioning, can all help you stay within budget to stretch your salary further. Learn the best ways to save money on gas and take your children on great excursions without spending a small fortune.

Discover a range of ways to save money on child care-related expenses in the summer. Learn how to plan a great staycation with interesting, inexpensive or free activities. If you do decide to go on vacation, get top tips on how to enjoy inexpensive, child-friendly options the whole family will love.

If you're already worried about how to make ends meet each month without the added expenses of summer, use this guide to help you and your family make the most of your time off work and school, and pack your days with fun activities while still stashing away savings in your bank account.




Jacinta Carey is the author of more than a dozen healthy living and personal development guides. Annabelle Stevens is a life coach and popular writer on financial and business matters, with more than 20 books designed to help readers and their families live better for less.

Herbal Remedies

Herbal Remedies (Pocket Healing Books) was a free kindle book when this post was written.

The healing properties of herbs and plants have been known to man since prehistoric times. Many ancient cultures actually documented their uses. The Bible, in fact, contains numerous references to herbal remedies.

While the image of the “witchdoctor” or medicine man or woman has been held up to ridicule during the industrial and technological age, and the medical establishment tends to frown upon “natural” healing, there is a growing tendency to return to more natural forms of therapy in order to avoid the harmful and sometimes addictive side-effects of chemical and synthetic drugs. Herbal medicine is a leading branch of what is called “alternative medicine,” and - in the ideal world - should work hand in hand with conventional medicine to conquer disease.

It is sobering to think that many tragedies involving bleeding to death, insect bites, various injuries, and so on, might have been averted had there been a basic knowledge of herbal remedies.

This book is an introduction to a few of the major herbal remedies - there are many more - so that you can become familiar with their properties, and come to realize that there are many simple ways of treating all kinds of symptoms and ailments without resorting to antibiotics and other drugs, which have so many negative side-effects. The aim of the book is to familiarize you with the endless potential of the herbs and plants that grow all around us, and to whet your appetite for a greater and more profound knowledge of the subject.

Slingshot! How to Use One!

The last couple of times that I have went to either a thrift store or a yard sale I have gotten some cool useful items, like a bow , and now I got a slingshot! I got it at a yard sale for $1.00. It was new in the pack , but I had to open it the second I got home. Pretty cool item to have. I had to go to Youtube to see how to use one. Just some cool to have for "just in case"! I am still trying to figure out what kind of arrows to get for the bamboo bow that I got a couple of weeks ago , so I can then learn how to use it.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Natural Hair Care

Few people would deny that going "natural" is the better way to go for wholesome, health-inducing products. Whether they are health foods, water filtration systems or even a line of skin/hair care products, choosing items that are made from the least amount of chemical ingredients and commercial intervention is a growing trend for countless of millions of people world-wide.

Yes, there are many fine web sites that offer nature-based products and natural hair care, but they do take a considerable amount of time to browse from site-to-site.

However, with company sites, such as Wholefoods, web visitors can easily view weekly specials, revert back to the official web site and now read the latest launch of hair care products, for instance, by visiting a new trend-setting online magazine.

Nature-Based Skin Care/Hair Care

Among the latest additions to the natural hair care industry are nutricosmetics. Nutricosmetics, health producing and beauty-enriching products, are the latest entries to the nature-based health care product industry.

Since it has long been known that customers often hesitate to buy something without trying it out first, such as is the case with perfumes and edibles, the promotion of nutricosmetics is primarily accomplished by giving out free samples during a customer's shopping experience.

However, it remains to be seen as to whether the public catches on to items that are both healthy and beautifying at the same time. People are funny, you know.

Informational/Interesting Articles

One major feature of an online magazine is giving access to the magazine's archive of interesting, engaging and educational back issue articles on a range of topics.

As a further source of information, official online white papers are published dealing with a variety of subjects such as the safety factor of Wasabi products and the advice, or lack of advice, of consuming calcium supplementation.

There is no doubt that these newest additions to the dynamic Internet experience, online magazines, add a new dimension to what we now know consists mostly of newsletters, blogs and web sites. What remains to be seen is how well the public follows suit and willingly subscribes to a paid edition of an online magazine.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Food Storage Recipe - Frozen Fruit Pops

Before we went to the pool this afternoon I made some of these up so they would be done when we got home. They are awesome and the perfect thing to cool you off after a hot day out.


3 cups of strawberries

1 cup of water

2/3 cup of sugar

1 envelope of unsweetened strawberry koolaid

Wash the strawberries well and pull the stems off. Put them into a bowl and mash them up with a fork until they are smooth.

Stir in the water, sugar, and the koolaid mix. Pour the mixture into ice pop molds.

Cover them up and freeze for a few hours.

KFC Popcorn Chicken Recipe - Create This Incredible Snack in Your Own Home!

If you have been stressing over what you can serve the kids at snack time, then your worries are over because not only is the KFC popcorn chicken or chicken poppers are fun and easy to make, they will also give the kids a delicious chicken treat. Not only will the kids enjoy eating the KFC popcorn chicken, you and your friends will, too.

 I'm going to show you my favorite "copy" of KFC's popcorn chicken. It has taken lots of time and effort to "reverse engineer" this one - getting the spices and coating to taste like the real thing isn't very easy!

However, with a little trial and error - it won't take you long to find the flavors you're looking for.

Here are the ingredients:

1 pound of boneless and skinless chicken breast
2 tsp. of all-purpose flour
½ tsp. of powdered sugar
½ tsp. of freshly ground pepper
¼ tsp. of salt
1/8 tsp. of onion powder
2 egg whites
2 tbsp. of milk (fat-free)
¾ cup of Panko bread crumbs
Olive oil spray for greasing

What you must do is preheat the oven to 475 degrees Fahrenheit. Set a tray with a non-stick baking sheet and coat it with the olive oil. Set that aside first. Then you must place the chicken on a cutting board and cover the top with a sheet of waxed paper. Pound the chicken until it achieves a uniform thickness of about a quarter of an inch. After that, uncover the piece of chicken and cut it up into 25 even-sized pieces that should become your popcorn chicken.

Now you must do the flour mixture. Take the flour, sugar, pepper, salt, and onion powder, and mix them thoroughly in a bowl. Then take the chicken pieces and coat them with the flour mixture. Set them aside for a while, and in another small bowl, mix the egg whites and the milk. Beat them with a fork until the mixture becomes smooth.

Put a large quantity of bread crumbs on a sheet of waxed paper and set it right next to the egg-milk mixture. Now take the chicken pieces dipped in the flour mixture and dip them into the egg-milk mixture and then dip them into the bread crumbs. Do this one by one for the chicken pieces. Place each finished chicken piece onto the non-stick baking sheet which you prepared earlier and make sure that there are equal spaces between the chicken pieces.

Spray the chicken pieces with olive oil and season them lightly with salt and pepper before placing the tray in the oven. Bake the chicken pieces for 5 minutes and them flip the chicken pieces, and bake again for another 5 to 7 minutes in the oven.

If you would really like to make the chicken more like how KFC popcorn chicken recipes are really made, you can try to pressure fry the chicken. But nonetheless, these popcorn chicken pieces are supposed to be delicious and enjoyable regardless of whether you use this technique.

If you're looking for more KFC popcorn chicken recipes (and many others) that taste just like the real thing - then you should take a look at - It's the best resource you'll ever find for learning the jealously-guarded secret recipes of your favorite restaurants. You really won't be able to tell the difference between these "exact replica" recipes and the real thing - plus you can make them all easily and cheaply from the comfort of your own home! Click here to go there now.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

The Dump Dinner and Freezer Meals Box Set: Enjoy These Simple and Delicious Recipes for Busy People (Quick & Easy Recipes Cookbook)

The Dump Dinner and Freezer Meals Box Set: Enjoy These Simple and Delicious Recipes for Busy People (Quick & Easy Recipes Cookbook) was a free kindle book when this post was written.

Book One: The Dump Dinner Cookbook: 30 Healthy, Quick and Simple Recipes for You and Your Family to Enjoy

Do you really have time to cook long drawn-out meals every evening?

Dinner is one of the most important meals of the day. However, for thousands every day, they don’t have a proper meal. Most tend to stick with microwave dinners or grab a bar of chocolate because they’re quick and easy but they aren’t the healthiest of options to consider.

There is a simple way of cooking and getting good tasty meals too. Dump dinners is one of the best ways to cook; they are easy to prepare and all you have to worry about is getting everything together and dumping them into your casserole dish. You allow them to cook for a few hours and you sit back and relax!
ou don’t need to do anything else. You get tasty meals without the hard work. You can cook alone or with the family and they are perfect for those with a hectic lifestyle. You can sit back and relax while your meals are cooking with these simple dump dinner recipes.

Inside You Will Learn:

• How Dump Dinners Are Better For You
• The Different Recipes To Choose From
• How The Body Changes When It Gets A Healthy Dinner Meal
• Simple And Easy To Follow Recipes To Try
• Basic Errors To Avoid When Preparing Wheat Free Meals
• And Much More

Once you learn these simple things, you have the ability to learn some new dinner recipes. Hopefully, you can give some of the recipes a go and maybe you might even be able to make tasty meals at home without all that fuss too.

Book Two: Freezer Meals: Money Saving Delicious and Easy Freezer Recipes for Your Family

Is preparing dinner each night for your family becoming more of a chore than something that you enjoy?

Many families these days tend to fix fewer meals at home because they simply do not have the time to prepare a delicious and nutritious meal. Daily meal preparation does not have to take up the majority of your day, as long as you know a few shortcuts to take along the way. Freezer meals can help you to save time, and money, when it comes to enjoying delicious and healthy meals at home.

Inside you will learn:

• How freezer meals can help you save time each day
• Why freezer-friendly meals are also budget-friendly
• How to properly heat up and store your freezer meals for food safety and quality
• How to make easy freezer meals for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
• How to create casseroles, enterees and even desserts that your family will love
• Why freezer meals are ideal for families that are always on the go
• How to use freezer recipes to prepare for holidays or other special events

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Prepper's Guide to Survival Kits: Learn to Prepare your First Aid Kit, Survival Gear and Pantry in Case of Emergency (Off the Grid Lifestyle)

Prepper's Guide to Survival Kits: Learn to Prepare your First Aid Kit, Survival Gear and Pantry in Case of Emergency (Off the Grid Lifestyle) was a free book for the kindle when this was written.

 Times are getting harder. Recent years have seen an increase in natural disasters and a worsening economy. Many people have lost their jobs, and in the cases of natural disasters, their homes. Don’t find yourself unprepared.

In this Prepper’s Guide to Survival Kits, we’ll teach you the best ways to prepare yourself for emergencies by dividing your survival kit into three main parts: the first aid kit to save lives and stay healthy, the survival kit filled with all the gear you need to maintain a shelter and livelihood even in cases of lost or destroyed homes, and your pantry—arguably the most important and easiest preparation you can do to protect yourself.

Whether you’re concerned about losing your job and being unable to feed yourself or your family, or worried about impending natural disasters that could sever your ties with the services and utilities you rely on, this guide will help you prepare for even the worst case scenarios.

Whenever a natural disaster approaches, people scramble to buy everything they can from shopping centers, often wiping the shelves clean of everything there is to buy. People usually give no thought to what they’re storing or how much they need—a hoarding mentality takes over, and everything must be bought. Don’t fall into this mistake, and don’t be left scavenging the leftovers after the rest of your town has picked the store clean.

Here is a preview of what you will learn from this book:

• Why Most First Aid Kits Are Inadequate
• What Every First Aid Kit Needs In An Emergency
• What Basic Survival Gear You Need
• Tools and Equipment That Could Save Your Life
• How Much Food To Store For An Emergency
• The Best Naturally Long Lasting Food—No Preservatives Required!
• How to Best Store Your Food For Years
• And Much More

Don’t be left without food, safety, or security when disaster strikes. Find out the cheapest and best ways to prepare yourself for emergencies of any scale. Your family will thank you!

Cut The Cable Cord!!

 There are many ways to cut the cable cord and still be able to watch your favorite shows. One of them is to try Amazon Prime Instant Video 30-Day Free Trial! It is a great way to keep up on your shows and watch movies, plus get free shipping on Prime items. Try it out for 30 days FREE!

Harvesting Rainwater: How to Make a Rain Barrel - Do It Yourself - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Harvesting Rainwater: How to Make a Rain Barrel - Do It Yourself - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Had to share this!! Great thing that every should be able to do. 

5 Best Breeds of Home Guard Dog

All Guard dogs are generally large in size. A guard dog does not just need to be used to guard the home if well trained and cared for, they will not only do their primary job but also be good companion for kids.

Guard dogs are ready to take on the world if the need be, if the home or family is at stake it will fight to the death to protect what it loves.

Some of the world's most reliable breeds are:

1. Caucasian shepherd

The Caucasian shepherd is very popular in Georgia, Turkey and many other countries. It can weigh in at around 100 to 175 pounds at a height of almost 34 inches. Because of its size you need insure your home has a lot of space to accommodate it but the good part is that this breed is very happy in any climate. This particular dog's are always ready to protect their territory and can be very aggressive about that. It is imperative to teach it to socialize in order to control its aggression.

2. Argentinean Mastiff

The Argentinean Mastiff has a beautiful short white coat. It is a fierce and extremely territorial dog. They reach about 25 inches in height and were once used to catch villains and fugitives. As most other guard dogs, they need typical training in order to temper its aggression. They don't tolerate other dogs around because of their territorial nature and they can be extremely dangerous if provoked.

3. Bullmastiff

The Bullmastiff is a sturdy, alert breed; this particular breed is considered one of the best guard dogs in the world. It has a height of 25 inches and can weigh between 110 and 130 pounds. It is expert at following its instincts and knows how to separate friends from enemies very well.

4. German Shepherd

The German shepherd is one of the most commonly used dogs for security; they weigh an average of 50 to 88 pounds and are about 24 inches in height. It is a fearless defender and is known for its grown up behaviour when it has children around. With its great intelligence and learning ability it is the perfect dog for children and families.

5. Doberman

The Doberman is an extremely intelligent, loyal and alert dog. Although it is commonly known for its aggressive behaviour it can be easily controlled. If it is trained properly the Doberman can stop an intruder without hurting them. Weighing in at 75 to 100 pounds it is a very strong and agile dog.

If you are looking for security dogs London or guard dogs London LAPA Security can give expert advice in choosing the right dog for you.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Living off the Grid: 15 Outstanding House Ideas For Living off the Grid

Living off the Grid: 15 Outstanding House Ideas For Living off the Grid (Living off the Grid, Living off the Grid books, survival) was a free Kindle at the time of this blog post.

15 Outstanding House Ideas For Living off the Grid

The World has changed drastically in the past few decades, of this we are sure. Car travel has changed to necessity from luxury, books have been replaced with electronics and distance communication has become instantaneous. Never before in human history have ordinary everyday people, not just leaders, been in the spotlight. Any alternatives are few and far between in this never ending march to connectivity.

For those seeking a break from the rat race, an amputation from the modern march of the world is often necessary. Cast off your shackles and relax into your new life of surviving on your wits and senses! You may wish to remove yourself from a part or all of modern life, you may find yourself exiled from the everyday due to illness or catastrophe or simply find your current neighborhood so tough to handle that you are going to go out of your mind if you don’t find a change, a new way of living.

Living off the Grid includes 15 outstanding survival ideas for living off the grid! Taking you from your first night in a jungle, all alone, to dealing with the anxiety of absolute personal isolation, for the rest of your life, living off the grid will explore every facet of being on your own, off the grid.

Monday, June 1, 2015

Five Simple Steps to Perfect BBQ Pork Ribs

In my opinion ribs should be full of flavor, moist, and fall of the bone; perfection. Amazingly if you follow a simple five step process you can't fall to get ribs exactly like that. You will however need a grill with a lid, like a kettle barbecue. You do need a little preparation prior to cooking your ribs. You'll need to set-up your grill for indirect cooking. In the case of a charcoal barbecue put all your coals on one side of the grill and none on the other side.

Your first step is to put a barbecue rub over your ribs, on both sides. Make your own rub or buy some and rub it well into the ribs. Then put the ribs in the fridge for at least a couple of hours, or overnight.

Step two is to grill your ribs over direct heat. Remove the ribs from the fridge about 20 minutes prior to cooking and allow to get to room temperature. Grill your ribs for 5 to minutes on each side until they've taken on a nice color.

Step three takes most of the time as you're going to use indirect heat. Grab yourself an oven dish large enough to put the ribs and some liquid into. Put your ribs into the oven dish and pour in some liquid. I usually use about 250 ml of hard cider but you could use other liquid like water, orange juice or cola. Then cover the dish tightly with a double thickness of kitchen foil. Place the dish over the part of the grill with no coals under it, put on the lid of the barbecue, shut the barbecue vents and leave for about an hour. After an hour have a quick check that there's still some liquid in the oven dish. You'll probably see that the meat is pulling back from the bones and you can eat them now if you like but I like to cover them up again after adding more cider if necessary, and cooking for about another hour.

Step four is a final bit of grilling. Take the ribs from the dish and cook over direct heat for about five minutes each side, then put them back over the indirect heat side of the grill and cover the grill.

 Step five is to make some barbecue sauce. Pour remaining liquid out of the oven dish into a pan. Take the pan into your kitchen, put over the heat and make some barbecue sauce by adding whatever you have to hand. Try adding some tomato ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, salt and pepper. Bring to the boil and then simmer to reduce and thicken. When your sauce is ready remove your ribs from the grill, cut into separate ribs, pour over the sauce and serve. This is a really simple way to make BBQ ribs and possibly looks a little more complex than it really is. To make it even simpler if you want you could just buy a good quality barbecue sauce.

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