REAL NEWS April 27
Posted by Xaniel777 on April 26, 2012
TODAY’S NEWS : April 27, 2012
Survival Planning on a Budget
Uploaded by thenewsurvivalist on Feb 11, 2010
“Survival Doc” of TheNewSurvivalist.com web site talks about saving money when stocking up on food for disaster preparedness by using canned foods.
Urban Survival – Long Term Food Storage
Uploaded by Survive2Day on Sep 18, 2010
Here is a way to hedge against inflation by storing food at today’s prices.
Purchase Hard Wheat, White Rice, Rolled Oats and Pinto Beans from Costco or Sams Club.
Buy mylar bags, oxygen absorbers and 5 gallon food grade plastic buckets.
Using a household iron and a straight edge as a backer, seal up your food with a 2000cc oxygen absorber in a mylar bag.
This should keep basic food staples like the ones described for 15 or 20 years.
Food Storage – List of 25 Essential Foods
Uploaded by FTBLETSAS on Jul 16, 2011
This is a list with foods that are good to have in case of emergency.
Beans, Legumes, Grains, Pasta, Honey, chocolate, tahini, vitamins, spices, herbs, water, cans, biscuits, oil, olives, salt, vinegar, nuts, seeds, canned fruits, dried fruits, preserves, juices
I hope you find it useful.
You will also find usefull these videos:
Food Insurance solutions
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How to store drinking water for long term storage
Uploaded by ModernSurvivalBlog on Nov 16, 2010
Here is a convenient way to store water, and to properly disinfect the water, for long term storage.
For those that are in to storing food, do not forget the water.
Your body needs water before it needs food.
No Power Fridge
Uploaded by beldengi on Feb 27, 2009
How to dehydrate and store food PART 1
Uploaded by Dehydrate2store on Jan 5, 2009
Visit www.dehydrate2store.com for more great videos, recipes, and information.
Also, you can find and “Like” our Dehydrate2Store group on Facebook to get the most up to date information on what we are doing at Dehydrate2Store!
Also, check out our new Shop page at
www.dehydrate2store.com/shop to find the great items seen in many of my videos! Thanks for watching!
How to dehydrate and store food PART 2
How to dehydrate and store food PART 3
How to dehydrate and store food PART 4
How to dehydrate and store food PART 5
How to Dehydrate and store food part 6
How to Dehydrate and store food part 7
How to cook with Dehydrated and store food part 8
How to dehydrate and store food part 9
How to Dehydrate and store food part 10
The Homesteading Prepper’s Library Series Part 4: Comprehensive Titles
Uploaded by Michigansnowpony on Mar 27, 2010
****NOTE**** Subscriber “72542″ just sent me this:
“The Have More Plan”. I thought that I would pass along that the original version of the book is available for reading or download (free) at the Pioneer Living website (
Isn’t that cool!?! Thanks for sharing that Mark!!
These are the big books — those books that try to cover everything needed and neccesary to know on a homestead, big and small, modern and primitive. There’s not a lot of titles I’ve found that do a good job, but a few pass the mustard (I think) and those are the ones I’ve mentioned here.
“The Have More Plan” by Ed and Carolyn Robinson
“The Encyclopedia of Country Living” by Carla Emery
“Back to Basics” compiled by Reader’s Digest or newer version edited by Abigail Gehring
“The Backyard Homestead” by Carleen Madigan
“The Idiot’s Guide to Self-Sufficiency” by Jerome Belanger
and “The Foxfire book Series” by Eliot Wigginton
Off Grid, The ultimate bug out location.
Uploaded by JoeandZachSurvival on Apr 5, 2011
Zachary and I’s off grid bug out destination, we will be posting many more videos of things we do up here in the coming months.
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