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A Cost Analysis: Choosing Food the Wise Way Can Save Money

Feeding your family while camping can cost quite a bit if you figure in the cost of grilling equipment, camping stoves, coolers, and food. If you are camping with a family of five, it may be helpful to figure out tactics ahead of time to stretch your budget. Unless you actually sit down and calculate

Curtailing the Costs of Camping Food Waste

The 2014 American Camper Report indicates that 40.1 million Americans, or 14 percent of the U.S. population ages 6 and older camped in 2013. The same report shows that 27 percent of campers like outdoor cooking, and 35 percent cook at night. It is estimated that 70 billion pounds of food are wasted in America

Healthy & Easy to Make Campfire Recipes

There are several methods for cooking over a campfire, from placing food on a long stick to fancy camp stoves or grills. It’s important to keep in mind that the flames should not be bright orange and yellow – what you are aiming for is a bed of hot coals with very low flames. Perhaps

Beyond S’Mores: Sweet Treats to Cook on the Campfire

Yes, it’s true that s’mores are the perfect campfire treat, and in fact, have been enjoyed by millions of campers since 1927. There are many variations, but basic s’mores consist of roasted marshmallows and chocolate between graham crackers. You don’t need to stick to the classic recipe – but marshmallows still are a key ingredient

The Long Shelf Life of Powdered Eggs: An Essential Survival Food

Convenient to store, easy to prepare, and lasting up to 25 years, powdered eggs are a magical lifesaver when it comes to survival. So you may be wondering whether powdered eggs are nutritious, what they contain, and how to store and cook them. Powdered eggs are not an egg substitute because they are made with

A Guide to Vegetarian Emergency Food Storage

If you are a vegetarian, chances are you are already quite resourceful about obtaining adequate nutrition from non-meat sources. Preparing for emergencies requires the same kind of savvy, but with extra effort because fresh vegetables and fruits have a short shelf life. The foods that you choose for an emergency food kit should require no

DIY Vegetable Washes

Have you ever tried using a vegetable wash to clean your produce? It’s always important to wash your produce before you eat it, and most people simply choose to wash their produce with a bit of water. However, you can also use a vegetable wash (most washes feature natural cleaning agents like citrus or coconut)

What Are Powdered Eggs?

Powdered eggs are particularly popular amongst campers, hikers, survivalists and preppers. But what exactly are powdered eggs? Well, to put it simply, powdered eggs are eggs that have been dehydrated and turned into an easy-to-store powder. Fresh eggs, which are obviously very tasty and also rich in protein, need to be refrigerated properly and quickly

Not Just For Emergencies

We talk a lot about having freeze-dried meals ready in case of emergency, but our gourmet just-add-water snacks and entrees have plenty more uses than tiding you over until things are back to normal. After all, most of us would say that our daily lives are far from normal! Here are some ideas for using

How much food should I store for an emergency?

This is a question customers ask all the time and in light of the disasters of 2013, we’ve changed how we answer. As we mentioned last week, you’ll want to carefully determine your calorie needs as you make your emergency plan. The first step is to consider what kind of emergencies are most likely to

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