Category Archive: Prepping Skills

Surprising Benefits of Duck Eggs

Duck eggs are not nearly as popular as their hen-made counterparts, but that’s surprising considering how beneficial they are. While raising ducks isn’t as hands-free as caring for chickens, their eggs can make the extra work seem more worthwhile. Let’s take a look at some reasons why you may want to think about having a …

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Take the Black Light Germ Test Today

Germs are everywhere, and you will be surprised to see them thrive in some of the most unlikely places.  Keeping things clean and sanitary during a crisis is important in order to prevent the spread of illness and disease.  Take the black light germ test today and discover the extent of germ coverage in your …

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How to Turn a Beer Can into a Survival Resource

  Empty beer or aluminum cans have so many practical uses in the field that they should be one of the first things that we look for in a survival situation.  Let’s take a look at a few examples of how you can turn someone’s trash into treasure when resources are scarce.   Related video: …

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The Benefits and Drawbacks of Using LED Lanterns

    LED lanterns are making a big dent in the market as they provide a viable option to their fuel-burning counterparts.  They can produce a good amount of light for a decent amount of time, they are easier to carry around, and they can be cheaper than old fashioned lanterns as well.  However, LED …

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Survival Fish Trap Using Just One Hand.

  Amazing Survival Fish Trap using just one hand and some rocks, expending the least amount of energy possible during the construction and catching. You don’t need any tools, or weapons. The key to survival is keeping your head. It doesn’t matter what your are up against, if you loose your head then that’s it, …

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OUTDOOR COOKING – COOKING STEAK ON A STONE

I show how I cook a steak on a stone over a fire. Things to consider are: Making sure the stone is very hot in order to properly sear the steak. Cut and thickness of steak also affects cooking times. Fatty cuts are more forgiving than a leaner and thinner steak. Always season your steak!

Starting Heirloom Seeds Indoors

Becky shows you how to start heirloom seeds indoors using small paper cups, and some dirt from her homestead. She shows you how to start tomato, pepper, and zucchini seeds, but you can use what you learn to start any seeds you want.

DIY Ham Radio Power Supply for SHTF

The DIY Ham Radio Power Supply for SHTF is basically a backup communication system. In another words, you can call it a portable radio system for communication. There are certain items to consider when planning a setup of the DIY Ham Radio Power Supply for SHTF unit. This can be found in the likes of …

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Apache Foot Trap (A Survival Trap)

The trap starts at 9:25. Attention: This should never be used for anything other than during a survival situation. Always trap responsibly. Clearly mark traps so humans will know they are there and to beware. You are responsible for your own actions…not me. Use common sense and do not harm your fellow humans or unintentional animals.

Make a $4 Emergency Biomass Stove From Concrete Blocks

     In the aftermath of a disaster, purifying drinking water will be a priority. The quickest, safest method could be boiling. This biomass stove only requires four concrete blocks, a tin can with both ends cut out and a gas stove eyelet top. The completed stove is sturdy enough to hold a several-gallon container of …

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