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(Video) Man Dug Up His Bug-Out Cache After it Was Buried for a Year and What Happens to His Supplies is No Surprise.

(Video) Man Dug Up His Bug-Out Cache After it Was Buried for a Year and What Happens to His Supplies is No Surprise.

It’s a common practice and necessity to have a survival stash ready to go for a disaster. Whether it’s kept in a bunker or buried underground, it’s important to be ready when disaster strikes. It’s also to make sure those supplies are going to edible and useable when a collapse arrives, which means checking up

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(Video) How to Make a Survival Stove from a Coke Can!

  Eating food is a necessity to making it through a survival situation; that seems obvious but it is amazing how many people are unprepared to cook their food when disaster strikes or survival situation rears its ugly head! Cooking most food, especially in a survival situation, however, is critical! It helps kill parasites, bacteria,


How to Sustain Meat When There Isn’t a Refrigerator

There’s a big challenge for people who have either sporadic electricity or are dealing with a survival moment because this means they’re unable to preserve meat because they don’t have any refrigeration. Spoiled food and meat, in particular, is an issue we could all face considering the current shape of our national electrical grid. After


Pioneer Food – The Ultimate in Survival Eating

Of all the uncertainties regarding a true, sustained, life-changing survival situation, one aspect of life “the day after” is not in dispute: Our food choices would be greatly altered and diminished. Food choices would be greatly varied depending on where a person lived, but if the world as we know it ended, it is safe

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Wild Hog Hunting and What We Should Know:

Depending on where you live, feral hogs can pose a major problem. Their origins are generally assumed, but in reality, it does not matter if they are native or escaped versions, a wild hog is a destructive, dangerous animal. Because of this, many landowners and farmers are willing to let anyone that wants to hunt