How Was Meat Preserved in the 1800s? [The Complete Guide]

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How was meat preserved in the 1800s? There were many ways from salting to smoking. In this article, you’ll learn how they preserved meat and how you can too. Long-term food storage was important in an 18th and 19th century household. Autumn meant more than just turning leaves and colder temperatures during the colonial era: … Read more

Agarikon Mushroom Health Benefits [The Elixir for Long Life]

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In this article, you will learn about the Agarikon mushroom health benefits, cautions, identification, and location. The Agarikon mushroom goes by many names, including Laricifomes Officinalis, Fomitopsis Officinalis, and Fomes Officinalis. The Agarikon mushroom is a fungus that grows on certain trees in forests in North America and Europe. In ancient European history, the Agarikon mushroom … Read more

Are Ringless Honey Mushrooms Edible? (What You Must Know)

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In this article, we will answer the question, ‘are Ringless Honey Mushrooms edible?’ This is a good question, because you may have a couple of these mushrooms around where you live.  Armillaria tabescens, sometimes known as the ringless honey mushroom, is edible. They often appear in soups, stews, and other prepared foods and have a … Read more

Powdered Egg Recipes [8 Delicious You Need to Try]

Powdered Egg Recipes you Need to Try

Are you tired of the same old scrambled eggs for breakfast? Looking for new and exciting ways to use powdered eggs in your cooking? Look no further! In this article, we’ll be sharing a variety of delicious powdered egg recipes, from French toast to sweet and satisfying baked goods.  Whether you’re an avid home cook … Read more

How To Make Pemmican In A Survival Situation (2023 Guide)

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In this tutorial, I’m going to go over how to make pemmican in a survival situation. This is the best and easiest recipe you’ll ever find. It’s called the “ultimate survival food” and rightfully reflects its title as a “superfood.” Why? It can stay good for decades without spoiling. Pemmican, a food made by the … Read more

List Of Food To Stockpile For Survival: 24 Foods to Hoard

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This list of food to stockpile for survival will cover all of the most important food for preppers. Storing food is now more important than ever before as continual economic volatility hits us. There may more food shortages in the future, some lasting longer than you might expect. Additionally, in times of disaster, panicking and … Read more

15 Things to Know Before You Dehydrate Food

Things to Know Before You Dehydrate Food

Dehydrating food is one of my favorite ways to conserve fruits and vegetables; I enjoy it very much. Also, f you’ve got a dehydrator in the kitchen that you’ve got, get it out. Because let me tell you, it can do so much more than drive you nuts! First, let’s back up a bit. What … Read more

27 Fruits and Vegetables You Can Grow in 5 Gallon Buckets

Fruits and Vegetables You Can Grow in Buckets

If you have a small backyard and you want to start gardening, there’s a simple solution… Bucket gardening. All you need are some 5-gallon buckets, gravel, peat moss, soil, and compost. Maybe that sounds like lots, but actually, it’s simple. For patients with small space, not only is bucket gardening a perfect option, but it … Read more

How to Find Food in the Desert [Ultimate Guide for Survival]

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Stranded in the desert with no food or water in sight? It may seem hopeless, but there are ways to find sustenance in even the harshest of environments. Learn the tips and tricks of desert survival experts on how to find food in the desert, and how to stay alive in one of the toughest … Read more

How to Dehydrate Apples in an Oven [Ultimate Guide]

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In this article, I will teach you how to dehydrate apples in an oven. A while ago, I figured that if I enjoyed apples so much, why should I try to enjoy apples in more than one way? Sure, biting into a fresh, juicy fruit is great, but why not add another layer to that? … Read more