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Every prepper needs to know how to cook. More than that, he or she must become acquainted with the intricacies of preparing the game.
I know that most of you prefer a quick snack, but what if I told you that you could actually enjoy a meal fit for a king’s table while backpacking?
Anyway, the recipe’s pretty straightforward and if you have a good pressure canner, you can keep this stuff in your pantry for at least three months if not more.
The important thing to remember is that there were no supermarkets in 1862, when the Homesteading Act written into law. That meant the pioneers had to get the most out of every scrap of food
No electricity means that you will not be able to use the mixer, microwave, electric oven, toaster, and whatever cooking appliance running on electricity. Such a situation calls for some serious improv.
Is it really necessary to go to the military supplies store to buy MREs every time you run out? The answer’s “no” because these delish treats can be baked in the comfort of your kitchen.
In America we waste 50% of the food we produce. That is astounding and gross. To those who survived the great depression of the 30’s the idea that any food could be wasted would be
See, long before fridges were invented, humans looked towards other ways of preserving food. Curing or smoking meat is one way of doing it, but hardly the only one.
Oh, how I love food! Let me count the ways. Actually, I don’t like food-food, but the homemade variety. And nothing beats a meal cooked during an SHTF situation. Yes, I know how that sounds,