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(Video) He Takes Out a Paper Bag. The Trick He Tries to Get a Tasty Survival Treat? I Love This!

(Video) He Takes Out a Paper Bag. The Trick He Tries to Get a Tasty Survival Treat? I Love This!

Your camp food experience is about to get even better! We’re about to show you how to make the ultimate comfort food with no kitchen supplies other than a brown sandwich bag. We got a great video from Intense Angler Outdoors as he shows us how to cook eggs and bacon in a paper bag

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A Prepper’s Ultimate Food Storage Checklist

Of all the steps you can take to ensure you make it through a survival situation, storing enough and appropriate food ranks in the top three in terms of priorities. In an acute survival situation, where you cannot get out to the market – or the market no longer exists or functions – your store

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7 Things to Never, Ever Eat in the Wild

When a person is hungry they don’t always think clearly. However, if a person is starving then they may become more desperate. This is especially the case when a person is starving out in the wilderness and they are unsure where they are going to find their new food source. To a person who is

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Clever Ways to Work With Food While Bugging Out

In survivalist situations, you don’t have the luxury to create a gourmet or fancy meal using the minimal supplies you’ve got. That said, there are still plenty of things you can do to get a little creative with food. We have some tips and tricks that will bring out your inner chef and may just


Homemade MRE’s – Cheaper and Better!

If you are survival minded and determined to be prepared for the next survival incident and its aftermath, chances are you have debated with yourself whether to purchase Meals-Ready-To-Eat (MRE). There are many options, varying in taste, quality and shelf-life and prices vary from about $6 a meal to over $9. The debate is whether


How to Properly Store Wild Plant Foods for SHTF

Many of the foods we buy at grocery stores are made for short-term storage. These foods include meat, seafood, vegetables, fruit, dairy, and grains. We buy and consume the foods within a 2 to 3 day period. It’s so easy and convenient to do this with grocery store access and modern kitchens, but we often