Meal planning for emergencies can be simplified if we adopted the same principles as the U.S. Military for making MREs.
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When first switching to a healthier way of eating, it's common to feel restricted with food choices. This is especially true for those with food intolerances.
But now researchers in Sri Lanka have discovered a new, simple way of cooking the grain that dramatically cuts its calories by as much as 50 percent, and also offers some other important health benefits.
I started "doing this" in 1979 when I took a class taught by Ron Hood through UCLA extension. Below is the best advice on food storage I've seen or heard, and none are paid endorsements;
To sum up, this tonic is effective in the treatment of all diseases, successfully strengthens the immune system, acts as an antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic medicine. Assists in the most severe infections.
Probiotics boost the good bacteria in your digestive tract, can help heal a multitude of health issues, detox the body, and can even lead to weight loss, better skin, and boosted immunity. The health of our gut largely determines our overall health.
Monday through Thursday at the Monarch Room in New York City, executive chef Michael Citarella prepares his off-the-menu burger, the Monarch Burger.
Salve making is an important skill now, and it will become an even more important skill after SHTF.
(NaturalNews) Longtime readers of Natural News know that, because of massive over-prescribing by the modern healthcare industry, today's crop of antibiotics are becoming less and less effective.
Chocolate chip cookies are one of America's favorite sweets.
These tiny seeds help us feel full, which could aid in healthy weight management. As a gelatinous food, chia seeds help clean out our digestive tract. They are know as a sustainable form of energy for our bodies. If you are looking for a boost, look
When one thinks of SHTF and TEOTWAWKI, The Walking Dead kind of scenario may enter one's mind.
Maybe you wear a Peyton Manning jersey. Maybe you gulp Gatorade during your outdoor activities.
It seems that each year, the flu virus strengthens and becomes more difficult to treat with vaccines and over-the-counter medications.
Ninety percent of the genetic material in your body is not yours but belongs to the bacteria that outnumber your cells 10 to 1. These bacteria have enormous influence on your digestion, detoxification and immune system.
Learning to cook doesn't have to be intimidating.
If a major emergency were to strike suddenly and without warning, leaving you and your family without the normal comforts of life for an indefinite period of time, would you have the tools, supplies and knowledge necessary for survival?
Here are a few strategies we use to live a T-bone steak diet on a ramen noodle budget. Smart shopping. Buy low, buy when on sale. Forget coupons. Coupons are for items way over priced to start with. Ethnic foods. These were developed to use ingredien
Stockpiles: they aren’t just for pantries anymore!
Every day, Google’s servers crawl the web, quietly amassing a mirror image of the internet, so that the search behemoth can index everything and serve up lighting-fast responses to any question, no matter how inane.
Food storage calculators recommend 300 pounds of grains per person for a one year supply.
A major challenge when living from your stockpiled foods is getting enough fruits and vegetables.
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Most store-bought ice cream is packed full of chemical additives and mysterious ingredients. Why not avoid all of those health-depleting compounds by preparing your own tasty frozen treat instead?
I ran across a book and an article all about making your own root cellar, this being the end of the summer, beginning of fall, having a cheap and easy to put together root cellar is the thing to have, both for budding homesteaders to seasoned off gri
Our Superfood Recipes Series gathers up great recipes for the most amazing superfoods, inspiring you to add these healthy ingredients to any meal.
Acorns can provide a plentiful food source throughout most areas in the U.S., requiring little more than collection and preparation.