Tag: Prepper Tips

Prepper tips on repackaging and storing food!

If you are packaging for really long term storage, it is advisable to use mylar bags. You can order from Amazon, ebay and any no. of sites. Just google for 5 gallon mylar bags. For long term storage of grains: wheat berries, flour, corn, oatmeal, rice, etc. you should use a mylar bag, the appropriate…
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December 13, 2011 1

Canning: For the experienced and the novice Prepper!

For those of you that already can I’m sure you will still welcome a lot of good information, maybe some tips and ideas you may not have known. For the novice or beginning Preppers that are researching the idea of canning yourself, kudos to you. Here is a link to a site you may not…
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August 18, 2011 0

First Aid Tips for Snake Bites!

Original post by itsadisaster on APN Please add any other safety tips, links and/or experiences that can help others but note disclaimer at bottom! Thx, itsa According to the FDA and the National Institutes of Health, about 8,000 people in the U.S. are treated for poisonous snakebites each year with about a dozen deaths (on…
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August 6, 2011 0

Paracord, Trees, and Prepping

This Friday 8:00pm/Central I will have Jason Burgett on air with me. He will share with us his knowledge of para-cord and it’s multi uses. We will also talk about his expertise in different types of trees and there uses as well as some other prepper survival topics. Hope you will listen in and join…
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August 4, 2011 0

Prevent the need for antibiotics

Original post by Right Wing Mom on American Preppers Network *** I am NOT a medical expert, but my FIL is… *** There’s an OTC remedy that can prevent the need for antibiotics. My FIL is a retired pharmacist and has recommended this remedy his entire career. I’ve used this method, SUCCESSFULLY for nearly 25…
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July 23, 2011 0

Prepper: How To Render Animal Fat (tallow or lard)

Posted by peachsncream on American Preppers Network How to Melt (Render) Animal Fat Beef fat is called tallow and pig fat is called lard. Poultry fat is too soft to be used by itself, but it may be used in a ratio of about 10% with tallow or lard. Bear fat may also be used…
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July 11, 2011 0