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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Marionberry or Raspberry Breakfast/Energy Bars

Freeze dried fruit can also make a tasty breakfast bar!
These breakfast bars, from “Jan’s Fabulous Food Storage Recipes,” can easily double as energy bars for a quick snack on a hike or any kind of outing.  Just make the night before, place in plastic sandwich bags, and eat one whenever you find your energy dropping!
The freeze dried fruits could also be substituted with fresh berries if such were available. In fact, this would make a great outing: Go pick some wild blueberries or raspberries, or whatever is in season, and include them in a batch of breakfast bars! (Or, you try some of the dried fruit blend on special this week!)
Click here to read the recipe!

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Monday, July 25, 2011

Survival Gear Review: Frontier Pro Ultralight Multi-Use Water Filter

The Frontier Pro filters water well and is easy to use.


Deserts are arid. That doesn’t mean there aren’t springs or creeks – it’s just that they’re further apart than in areas with more rainfall and desert water sources may dry up during the hot months.

The other extreme might be during a flood, where  you may be in  a flood, surrounded by filthy, muddy water, with none to drink.
Wherever you are, staying hydrated is critical to survival. The preferred method of water purification might be boiling. But what if you need drinking water immediately to rehydrate a child, or don’t have the means to make a fire or a suitable water container?
Water filters that will work under these circumstance and in these situations need to effective. Most importantly, they must be light, compact and easy to carry and use or they will be left behind. That is why I was intrigued by the Frontier Pro Ultra-Light Multi-Use Water Filter.
Read the review here.

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Friday, July 22, 2011

Preparedness Expo in Spokane, Washington

Special thanks to Idaho Bob for bringing this to our attention:
 
There will be an Sustainable Preparedness Expo, at the Fairgrounds, in Spokane, on July 31.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Wilderness and Emergency Survival Kits: Peter Kummerfeldt: Gear I Carry in the Wilderness

Wilderness and Emergency Survival Kits: Peter Kummerfeldt: Gear I Carry in the Wilderness: "High tech gadgets are no substitute for proper training and preparedness! During nearly 45 years of wandering around the world’s backc..."

Monday, July 18, 2011

Jan's Fabulous Food Storage Recipes: Mushroom Barley Soup

Jan's Fabulous Food Storage Recipes: Mushroom Barley Soup: "Dehydrated mushrooms There are many storage food items that are handy to have around the kitchen, even if there is no emergency! Dehydr..."

Map Compass and GPS: Lost in the Backcountry: How to Keep That From Hap...

Map Compass and GPS: Lost in the Backcountry: How to Keep That From Hap...: "Always test your gear and skills before you get in the field and need them! Test your equipment before you go afield. In my Wilderness S..."

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Jan's Fabulous Food Storage Recipes: Chicken Fajitas

Jan's Fabulous Food Storage Recipes: Chicken Fajitas: "Chicken fajitas are tasty and quick to make! This week’s survival recipe features Dried Chicken Dices. These chicken dices can be subs..."

Friday, July 8, 2011

Survival Food Recipes and Off-Grid Cooking: Rice and Raisins Breakfast

Survival Food Recipes and Off-Grid Cooking: Rice and Raisins Breakfast: "Start the day right! Everybody knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But it is also the easiest to skip! Breakfast re..."
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