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[SurvivalBlog.com] The Prepping Imperative, by A.L.T. - bot Imperative, Prepping, SurvivalBlogcom,
The Prepping Imperative, by A.L.T.


Three years ago, my husband and I had never heard the terms "prepper", "survivalist" or "bug out".  We were blissfully unaware of our country's and world's dire circumstances and didn't know how to do much of anything truly useful.  This is a chronicle of the journey that brought us...


Three years ago, my husband and I had never heard the terms "prepper", "survivalist" or "bug out".  We were blissfully unaware of our country's and world's dire circumstances and didn't know how to do much of anything truly useful.  This is a chronicle of the journey that brought us to where we are today, and I have included some of the specific books, resources and equipment that are the fruit of much research and thought.  We didn't have much to spend on equipment or commercially packed stores of food, but through providence and thrift, we are much better able to weather the storms ahead.

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[SurvivalBlog.com] Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home - bot Home, Suburban, Prepping, Simple, Letter, SurvivalBlogcom,
Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home


Dear Editor: Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the...


Dear Editor:

Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the butter and either water-bathed it or simply sealed the hot jars without processing. Heat shocks botulism spores (which are normally harmless) into producing the toxin. To prevent that, botulism needs the much higher temperature of pressure canning to be killed. Even then, fat molecules in foods such as butter and...

[SurvivalBlog.com] Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home - bot Home, Suburban, Prepping, Simple, Letter, SurvivalBlogcom,
Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home


Dear Editor: Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the...


Dear Editor:

Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the butter and either water-bathed it or simply sealed the hot jars without processing. Heat shocks botulism spores (which are normally harmless) into producing the toxin. To prevent that, botulism needs the much higher temperature of pressure canning to be killed. Even then, fat molecules in foods such as butter and...

[SurvivalBlog.com] Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home, by Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite - bot Suburbanite, Keep it Simple, Home, Prepping, Simple, SurvivalBlogcom,
Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home, by Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite


Our family lives in an average house on an average lot near the edge of an average midwestern city.  While we have two evacuation invitations and are looking into purchasing “camping land”, our primary plan is to shelter in place.  From the very beginning, JWR’s “blinding flash of the...


Our family lives in an average house on an average lot near the edge of an average midwestern city.  While we have two evacuation invitations and are looking into purchasing “camping land”, our primary plan is to shelter in place.  From the very beginning, JWR’s “blinding flash of the obvious” has been the watchword in my quest for simplicity.  Limited time, space and resources have led to some streamlining that might give others a few helpful ideas.


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