Category Archive: Survival

How to Make Aspirin if You’re Lost in the Woods

How to Make Aspirin if You’re Lost in the Woods I found this article the other day and i thought you would love it. Knowing How to Make Aspirin in a emergency situation could be a god send! in this article you will be told how to make aspirin from nature, so next time your in the …

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16 Surprising Foods/Ingredients That Will Never Expire

16 Surprising Foods/Ingredients That Will Never Expire A lot of canned and dried foods have a long shelf-life, up to 5 years or more. However most foods, no matter how well packaged or stored, will eventually lose their nutritional value and spoil. There are, however, a handful of foods that can last forever. The following …

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Canned Heat – How to Make an Emergency Heater

Canned Heat – How to Make an Emergency Heater You have probably heard about it yourself, Some city or other has a power outage in the dead of winter and as a result of it, a few people freeze to death. The victims are almost always older people who can’t get out, can’t create heat by …

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How To Pump water with no electricity, no gasoline, just gravity

How To Pump water with no electricity, no gasoline, just gravity This is a great project and personally i think this  would make a great addition to anyone’s homestead (well if you live near a stream or river that is)… If you are still  a little bit confused as to what this does, ill try …

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How to Make a Solar Still

How to Make a Solar Still Make your own distilled water from stream or lake water, salt water, or even brackish, dirty water, using these DIY Solar Still Plans. With just a few basic building materials, a sheet of glass and some sunshine. you can purify your own water at no cost and with minimal effort. A solar …

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How To Make A Month Of Freezer Meals In One Afternoon For $200

How To Make A Month Of Freezer Meals In One Afternoon For $200 When you are preparing to feed your family for the month, you surely make out a list and then head to the grocery store. You most likely spend more than $200.00 on groceries each month, but there is no reason to do …

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