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Friday, May 28, 2010

Make a Common Sense Urban/Wilderness Survival Kit

Common sense should be a critical part of any wilderness and/or urban survival kit. Gear won't save you if you don't know how to use it! Here's some thoughts on how to choose the best items for your personal survival needs.------------------------------------------
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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Survival Food: Make Small Game Jerky

An under-used resource is small game meat, and here's how you can make tasty jerky out of rabbits, squirrels, ducks, geese and other animals. The technique is simple, and small game jerky is a great, long-lasting survival ration!

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Survival Kits You Should Always Carry!

Carry survival gear on your person to assure that you will have what you need in the event of an emergency. These lightweight, easy-to-carry items could make the difference between surviving a bad situation or the alternative!-----------------------------------------
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Use Trash as Part of Your Survival Kit?

One person's trash may be another's survival tool. Look around you to find those discarded items that might make the difference in a survival situation.------------------------------------------
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Healthy Hudson Bay Bread

This easy-to-make recipe results in a hearty, healthy survival ration. Hudson Bay Bread is chock-full of nutrition and vitamins, and it tastes good, too!------------------------------------------
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Include Homemade Energy Bar Recipes in Your Survival Kit

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Foil Wrap Food: Tasty Fuel for Survival

Learning how to cook with aluminum foil over a campfire or in coals can be a very useful survival skill. It's quick, easy and requires virtually no other cooking impliments

Hardtack: A Great, Cheap Addition to Your Survival Gear

A great way to use up surplus flour, and make a great, traditional survival food is to bake hardtack. It is longlasting, and if you're hungry enough, tasty! But it is so simple and easy to make, that is should be considered for any survival pantry
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