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Survival Guides, Tips and Natural Disaster Survival Help | Outdoor Life

Survival Guides, Tips and Natural Disaster Survival Help | Outdoor Life

Foraging pics/info: dandelions, stinging nettles - from UK

I enjoy lots of walks in the countryside gathering nettles in the spring

Food Preservation An In depth Guide for Survivalists. Our grandparents used to spend their weekends canning veggies from their garden, smoking meat (often from game they caught themselves), and making real pickles.Today, we have mostly lost this knowledge. Even in the era of mega supermarkets, there are a lot of reasons to learn how to preserve your own food. For your Emergency Food Supply, make the most of your homesteading surplus or just to know exactly what you are eating.

With so many different methods and techniques, food preservation can seem a bit overwhelming at first. This guide is meant to help you get started with DIY food preservation so you can choose the right methods for your goals.

Morel mushrooms are fun to forage for and super tasty to eat!

April 2016 by Grow Forage Cook Ferment Leave a Comment This spring has been an exciting one for many reasons, but most recently because I found some morel mushrooms! This elusive mushroom is .

Whether you’re a beginner, or a little more advanced you’ll find the knife throwing techniques in this video absolutely work. http://www.thegoodsurvivalist.com/heres-how-to-throw-a-combat-knife-with-no-spin-so-it-sticks-everytime/

Whether you’re a beginner, or a little more advanced you’ll find the knife throwing techniques in this video absolutely work.

Pioneering

The more skills you discover, the more self reliant you are and the greater your opportunities for survival ended up being. Here we are going to discuss some standard survival skills and teach you the.

Wheat is a staple of almost everyone’s diet, but it can be difficult to grow. Thankfully, there’s a plethora of other plants that can be made into flour.

Wheat is a staple of almost everyone’s diet, but it can be difficult to grow. Thankfully, there’s a plethora of other plants that can be made into flour.