A big part of prepping is finding supplies that will serve a multitude of needs exceptionally well. Duct tape, fixed blade knives and cordage are all good examples. Yet one of these amazing multi tools you would be more likely to find stored in the kitchen cabinet than in your garage. The miracle that is HONEY. Aside from being a sweet treat that you can find in the wild that has an almost infinite shelf life…here are some of the other amazing uses of honey.
Fermentation is nature’s original food preservation technique. Sometime in our past, somebody added something to a liquid medium, and noticed a few days later that the food inside was still okay. They didn’t know why, couldn’t understand it.
Welcome back. I’m David the Good. Today we’re going to look at what to plant in your garden in May.
This is your guide to using seeds vs. transplants.
How to Make Tea Teas are a really nice way to be able to get your herbs in your body.…
One of the most common challenges when it comes to food production is that the cycles of planting to harvesting, might leave with all your crops being ready to be harvested all at one time.
Welcome to our guide to build 4 simple, easy and cheap ‘redneck’ trellises.
There’s a lot of climbing plants that are great for crops.
Today we’re going to talk about preserving food with one of the simplest methods ever devised by man. Drying. Although, there are many other ways to preserve the food, but to me, drying is the best way ever.
Food is one of the most critical resources for our survival. Production and procurement can get tricky at times. That’s why you want to have a way to preserve the food you produce or procure.
Below are are the best crops in terms of calorically-dense, ease-togrow and your region. The further north you go, the…