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Cooking On An Open Fire

First and foremost, the right equipment. When you are cooking over a fire, there are a few things to remember. When you can think about these things as a system for cooking, you will automatically kno...


Bugout Bag Basic

There is a vast array of possible events someone could prepare for. Most preppers tend to focus on a handful of possible situations that might occur. Even with covering some of the more common ones, s...


How to light a fire

Always light your fire from the upwind side. Make sure to lay your tinder, kindling, and fuel so that your fire will burn as long as you need it. Igniters provide the initial heat required to start th...


Part 12 - Domestic Animals and Vermin‌‌‌

Most Americans have an aversion to eating dogs, cats or horse meat while they don't give a second thought to eating a piece of chicken, beef or pork. It's also a culinary taboo to eat vermin like rats...


Part 11 - Desserts‌‌

The complex carbohydrates in bread and pasta can take four hours for the body to break down and make use of. This is fine to provide energy for a long hike or to allow you to sleep warmly. The carbohy...


Part 10 - Casseroles, Soups, Stews and Dumplings‌‌‌

Much colonial cooking consisted of meals that simmered for hours in cast iron kettles over the fireplace. One-pot meals in a dutch oven or iron kettle over a fire are still a practical method for prep...


Part 9 - Bread and Biscuits - v2

In case of a long-term survival situation, the following bread and biscuit recipes don't require eggs or yeast and can be prepared with foodstuffs which will keep on a pantry shelf without refrigerati...


Part 8 - Bread and Biscuits‌‌

In case of a power outage, bread bakes just as well in a dutch oven with hot coals or charcoal briquets (cooking time should be roughly the same as in your home oven). If you don't do a lot of baking,...


Part 7 - Rice and Beans‌‌‌

Like the cornbread and beans diet of the Confederacy or the fish and rice staple diet of the Orient, rice and beans combine incomplete proteins from two different foods to form complete proteins. The ...


Part 6 - Beans Beans Beans

There is an old saying, "Beans, beans, good for the heart, the more you eat beans the more your health will improve." All varieties of dried beans except split peas and lentils need to be soaked befor...


Part 5 - Cornbread

Red meats are complete proteins containing all of the essential amino acids needed by the body to build and maintain muscle and other tissues. Most vegetables don't contain all of the necessary amino ...


Part 4 - Hardtack

During the War for Southern Independence, hardtack was a staple food (when fresh bread was unavailable) for both the brutal soldiers of the oppressive Federal government and the brave Confederate patr...


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