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Living in the Internet Age of Information Bombardment, it’s easy to get entranced by the idea that you’ll need the one, perfect specialty item or piece of equipment to tick off that box on your prepper checklist.  True, there is a wide world of specialty gear out there, and some of it is nothing short of amazing, and well worth the time to track it down or order it. But what about your staples and...

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Since canning season will soon be under way and all of your dedicated Pack members have been asking about recipes (Dan is working on a recipes section) I am going to share my great grandmother’s piccadilly recipe. It is a great way to use up what is left over in the garden and to make great use of your typical bumper crops. Ingredients • 1 cup of finely chopped red bell peppers – about 1...

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The Survivalist Blog by Dan Sullivan - 3d ago

Hey everyone, I’m writing a quick post about the “conflict” between the Pack and the previous owner. The ex-owner reached out to Tara, after one (or some) of you said you want to re-post your old comments that were deleted along with the previous TSB content could be copyright infringements. Though I wished he had contacted me directly (Tara doesn’t have moderation rights)...

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Discussions or guides that offer recommendations about what supplies and items you should have in what quantities in to order to survive a given type of disaster are common. No two crises and climates are alike, and so this format has merit. Differing climates and situations mandate different approaches. I myself might have written more than a few paragraphs just like that. But today instead of...

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When it comes to prepping, one of the most commonly asked questions revolves around what kind of event is coming and how to make sure you are prepared for it when it comes. There are in fact such a wide range of events that could occur that it’s nearly impossible to prepare specifically for all of them. So, what’s a prepper to do? We can’t depend on technology and grocery stores because of the...

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This is a super simple and quick recipe that makes great use ingredients that come fresh from the garden, are inexpensive shelf-stable commodities – or even foraged from the wild. This dish might not look like the most delicious 1-pot meal you have ever seen, but just wait until you bite into it – the combined flavors over a bed of pasta are absolutely incredible. I call it a gypsy...

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Marriage takes work. We all know that, even if we aren’t married. And things are not always rosy and blissful in the best of times. For preppers, unless you lucked out and married someone equally keen on being ready for any eventuality great or small, you have probably run into friction with your spouse before over any number of things concerning the survival of the family unit. A sorry few...

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Photo courtesy of Grannie Pam Peters Many of our longest The Survivalist Blog readers requested a recipe section be added to the website. Dan thought that was a superb idea and got busy creating a new section that would provide useful survival, homesteading, and off grid cooking recipes. The recipe section request sparked an idea for another new, and I believe, one of a kind, prepper website...

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Hello The Survivalist Blog community. This week on the homestead was another hot one mixed with the ill-timed brief yet, fierce storms. The wettest year on record continues in my beautiful neck of the woods. We are merely alternating between desert-like conditions and flash flooding. The ever changing weather has made it especially hard to do anything, including tending to the growing plots and...

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40% of store bought food in America is thrown out unused, according to the National Resources Defense Council. That is about $218 billion of food wasted every year. About ⅕th  of this is caused by 90% of Americans throwing food out prematurely, for fear of eating it after the safety dates. Having a sound understanding of how little these dates really mean will improve your food consumption...

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