Some of us have limited budgets. It can be very intimidating to prepare your family for an emergency or SHTF situation and not have the money to do so. In this episode I interview Cal Wilson, the Author of the book, “Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping.” I think you’ll get some answers on how to prepare in a simply way, while not spending a lot of money. Read more “Dirt Cheap Prepping!”
“Tasty Survival ” with Chef Tess!
Host: Nick & Don “We Grow Ours”
This week on the We Grow Ours show, Nick and Don have Chef Tess on this week, and she has food! Stephanie Petersen (AKA Chef Tess) joins us in the situation room to talk about her new book, and survival meals. She has amazing recipes that make survival food taste amazing; she showed us how yummy these meals could be! Everyone should have some food storage, but most people think that the food is just for survival situations. Chef Tess has opened our eyes to how these foods can be for every day, and fit into a budget that could help us all save some money to top it off! Read more ““Tasty Survival ” with Chef Tess!”
Shopping Tactics to Psychological Preparedness!
Host: Gary & GGsBoo “The Road Less Traveled”
Welcome to this week’s outing on “The Road Less Traveled.” On this excursion we’ll continue focusing on some of the intricacies of Prepping from our perspectives with an emphasis on psychological preparedness being quite important to our overall efforts. Learning exactly who and what we really are and the nature of our surroundings are essential to being psychologically prepared.
GGsBoo will discuss shopping tactics; how to plot your way through a shopping store, and developing a method of weekly menu planning that rotates through your stored items.
GaryL will explore how we perceive our physical realities and more fundamentals of Pythagorean numbers, where Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa and Johannes Kepler picked up the ball and ran with it, examining the relationship of perception and the geometry of frequency, energy, and vibration! Read more “Shopping Tactics to Psychological Preparedness!”
Business Co-op’s 2014 getting America back to work!
Host: James “I Am Liberty”
The idea behind business cooperatives is not a new one. It’s still very much an interesting one. Don’t be fooled its not just a hippie idea for selling vegetables from farms. I believe the model can be adjusted to create a good jobs for intelligent responsible Americans.
Do you fall into that category? Then stay tuned.
There are many facets of the plan to reroot America. (www.rerootusa.com) In this new year I challenge you to become an expert on the old and new ideas involved. Supporting and creating cooperative businesses is one of the many initiatives.
There is a way to run a business where those working are in fact the owners. Of course the business must still be viable and make money but not as much if you aren’t feeding the pockets of hungry corporate leadership. If our country is built around democratic ideals along with checks and balances than why does our work life look more like a hierarchy? Read more “Business Co-op’s 2014 getting America back to work!”
Cheap Prepping on The Crooked Path!
Host: Sissy Bob “The Crooked Path to Preparedness
This Tuesday on Best of Prepper Broadcasting Sissy Bob of The Crooked Path to Preparedness is discussing Prepping on the Cheap. Not too many people have so much money they can just run out and buy everything they need to be prepared for tomorrow’s disaster. Most people are normal, everyday, overall wearing, average income earning people that have to make it on a budget and try to prepare for the future at the same time. In fact I don’t even know a single person that has a bunker like they show on TV. So we are going to talk about how “low budget” people , like Sissy Bob, have to prepare for what’s coming. It’s not just about buying in bulk it’s a little of a lot of things and a lot of little things. Read more “Cheap Prepping on The Crooked Path!”
Preserving Food Year Round!
Why would you put that canner and dehydrator into storage? Even though winter is here you’re not through yet. You may have put that garden to bed or have just payed off the butcher for taking care of that deer and elk tag that was filled but it’s not over. Canning and dehydrating should be year round for everyone. If you really like to save money you may already know where this is going.
Fall is the season but so is winter, spring, and summer to be canning, dehydrating and Preserving. Your local grocery store or super market knows this. Most products that you find wherever you shop are seasonal. Read more “Preserving Food Year Round!”
Do It Yourself & The Prepper Lifestyle
Saving headache, time and money, DIY (do it yourself) boon or disaster? Necessity is of course the mother of invention and never more so than when you’re home alone and something breaks. The ensuing crisis can escalate into a full scale disaster in a matter of moments or be a long drawn out aggravation waiting for repair. To top it off the economics of calling someone else in can create its own disaster in your budget and privacy, two very important items in living prepared. Then again we all have a story about how we or another close to us was going to fix that and save a ton, except that….yep in the long run it cost double or more to repair the repair. So as preppers what do we do? Living on a single income or a reduced one often stops us from calling the repairman, it’s just not in the budget but that faucet is leaking and it’s the hot water to boot, or the toilet keeps running, the blinds need to be hung, that hole in the drywall is growing daily (sure wish I hadn’t pushed the corner of the table into it), life moves on and things happen, they break down or we break them. Read more “Do It Yourself & The Prepper Lifestyle”