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Happy Thanksgiving.thanksgiving

Today is a day to be thankful for all that we have

      • Our families, friends and loved ones
      • Our warm homes
      • The good meal we will enjoy
      • The country that we live in.
      • The freedoms that we still

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      Author: admin
      Posted: November 27, 2014, 5:59 pm

      I am always interested in various types of food products that our ancestors, made and used for survival rations.  Recently I ran across Erbswurst which was developed in 1867 in Prussia and was soon adopted by the Prussian, later the …

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      Author: admin
      Posted: November 26, 2014, 7:58 pm

      shammyChamois leather commonly known as a “Shammy” is a type of porous leather that has almost no abrasive properties, and can be used as a absorbent drying material for almost any surface.

      Now I am talking about a real shammy …

      The post Why You Need to have a Shammy in Your Preps and Car Kits appeared first on Preparedness Advice Blog.

      Author: admin
      Posted: November 25, 2014, 7:38 pm

      Bugout bags are a very personal item and what is good for one will not work for the next.  Each one of us needs to build a bag in which we are familiar with the contents and know how to …

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      Author: admin
      Posted: November 24, 2014, 7:21 pm

      propane tanks
      Here you can see the dome that covers the shutoff valve on a propane tank.

      In case of a disaster, you should understand the dangers posed by your propane tanks and how to turn them off.  Now this article is …

      The post How to Turn Off Large Propane Tanks appeared first on Preparedness Advice Blog.

      Author: admin
      Posted: November 23, 2014, 3:41 pm

      cheeseA couple of days ago I wrote an article How do you take care of your food when the grid goes down?.  This article discussed preserving food after the grid goes down.  In a reply to this article Hangtown …

      The post Storing Cheese Without Refrigeration appeared first on Preparedness Advice Blog.

      Author: admin
      Posted: November 22, 2014, 7:03 pm

      This was posted about three years ago, but I feel the subject is important enough to re-post for the benefit of our newer readers..  When the grid fails many of us will have trouble getting water from our wells.  Here …

      The post Well Buckets for When the Power Fails appeared first on Preparedness Advice Blog.

      Author: admin
      Posted: November 21, 2014, 8:06 pm

      foodOk, the grid is down and you have turned off the utilities and taken care of your water, what do you do next?  Check on your food situation.  Take a look at the refrigerator and see what needs to be …

      The post How do you take care of your food when the grid goes down? appeared first on Preparedness Advice Blog.

      Author: admin
      Posted: November 20, 2014, 9:18 pm

      purifying waterThe grid has just failed for one of many reasons, running from earthquakes to economic collapse.  You are without power and don’t know when it will come back on, but it appears that it will be at least several days.  …

      The post Your Water has Failed What to Do Next? appeared first on Preparedness Advice Blog.

      Author: admin
      Posted: November 19, 2014, 7:13 pm

      chocolateYesterday, I received a question about a blog we posted July 12, 2012 on storing chocolate  .  “Any update on vacuum sealing the chocolate?” With the possible shortage of chocolate the news has been talking about and if one person …

      The post Storing Chocolate and Its Shelve Life. appeared first on Preparedness Advice Blog.

      Author: admin
      Posted: November 18, 2014, 6:38 pm




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