Author Archives: April Kuhlman

Author Archives: April Kuhlman

  • How to Make Baker’s Yeast

    How to Make Baker’s Yeast

    After all the packaged yeast has run dry, the ability to make your own yeast will give you a huge advantage in a post-SHTF world. Plus, who wants to live in a world without bread or beer? What is Yeast? Yeast is technically classified as a fungus (gross!). There are over 1,500 different species ...
  • An Easy and Unexpected Fire Starter

    An Easy and Unexpected Fire Starter

    You never know what you’ll have on hand during an emergency. More often than not, you’ll have to get creative. This creative discovery – using dryer lint and petroleum jelly – will make starting your average campfire so much easier. That jar of petroleum jelly sitting unused in the bathroom jar ...
  • What can we Learn from Brussels?

    What can we Learn from Brussels?

    Is there something to be learned from the bombings last month that rocked EU’s capital, sending 31 innocents to their deaths and wounding more than 250? The terror attacks occurred at a subway station and an airport, both during rush hour traffic. These specific locations were targeted in order ...
  • Canadian Inventor Develops Green Gas Machine to Power Farm and Vehicle

    Canadian Inventor Develops Green Gas Machine to Power Farm and Vehicle

    Roger Gordon owns and operates a farm in Canada. Both his truck and farm equipment run on NH3 by way of a “green gas machine” he developed. His invention has the potential to change the world by breaking our dependence on foreign energy and by providing a green alternative to traditional ...
  • Every Day Carry

    Every Day Carry

    The term “Every Day Carry” or EDC has spawned as a result of social media groups about prepping, preparedness, weapons, and the like. It’s also fun to see what’s in everyone’s pockets! According to Wikipedia, the term refers to “items that are carried on a consistent basis to assist in dealing ...
  • The Dos and Don’ts of Water Storage

    The Dos and Don’ts of Water Storage

    Storing water is very different than storing food, and you will die from thirst long before you die of hunger. It takes just 3-5 days for a person to perish from dehydration. According to the Pacific Institute of Studies, people lose just over 2 pints of water each day through normal bodily ...
  • Surviving Martial Law

    Surviving Martial Law

    We live in uncertain times. Threats like ISIS make the possibility of Martial law coming to your city more probable than in years past. And while we hope and pray that such a scenario doesn’t come to pass, it never hurts to be prepared. Martial law is the imposition of military rule and ...
  • 10 Natural Remedies for your Medical Kit

    10 Natural Remedies for your Medical Kit

    Prepping isn’t just about food, water, and weapons. Depending on what happens, medical supplies may be more important than food when SHTF. But instead of handing your money over to Big Pharma, we suggest you put your faith into the natural remedies that mankind has trusted for thousands of ...
  • A Common but Unexpected Disaster

    A Common but Unexpected Disaster

    Fire is one of the most common disasters to threaten any household. Potential loss increases dramatically if that household belongs to a prepper family. With hundreds or thousands of dollars invested in food and supplies, a fire can spell disaster for prepper families. And while fire is a ...
  • Wild Mushrooms: How to tell the Difference between Edible and Poisonous

    Wild Mushrooms: How to tell the Difference between Edible and Poisonous

    You’ve lost the trail and miscalculated just how much food you needed to bring with you. You stumble upon a sunlit grove with patches of mouthwatering mushrooms – are you saved? The following is an introductory guide for beginning mushroom hunters. Keep reading to learn how you can tell the ...