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5 Ways to Have a Hot Meal When the Power Goes Out

Learning how to accomplish emergency or survival cooking can be quite
helpful in power outage situations. Especially when the weather is cold, hot
meals can help warm up the entire body.

But, how exactly can you cook your meals when there’s no electric power?
Should you power your electric stove with a generator? If you do so, you will
be allocating resources unwisely and wastefully. This is because the power
consumption rate when stove and microwave are involved is high. There are more
practical and […]

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A Prepper’s Guide to Survival: Key Self Defense Weapons to Have On Hand

Everyone has heard of doomsday preppers or preppers. Preppers are people who prepare for survival during extended emergencies or catastrophic events such as nuclear war. They prep for virtually any incident that cuts them off from civilization for days, weeks, or even months. While food, water, and other necessities are critical, it’s also important to plan for self-defense. Whether society collapses or not, defending yourself is also vital to survival. We’re going to discuss self-defense weapons, as well as […]

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The Ultimate Bartering Checklist for Doomsday Preppers

It looks like humanity is starting to trust each other less and less, with fears of others around the world, and even our next-door neighbors, growing. As experts have moved the Doomsday Clock closer to midnight, doomsday preppers can feel some relief knowing that they aren’t overreacting. While some preppers might be spending lavishly in the event of the world coming to an end, you don’t need to be one of these people. Realistically, you can prepare for the […]

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5 Ways to Be Prepared for Any Situation

No one in the United States resides in an area that is entirely free of some type of emergency or natural disaster. Some emergencies, such as home fires, windstorms, and lightning strikes, can happen anywhere. Other natural disasters occur more often in certain regions of the country. 

For instance, earthquakes occur more in the central and western parts of the country. Hurricanes affect people in states along the coasts, while winter storms occur in the northern regions of the United […]

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Prepping 101: Emergency Preparedness on the Trail

Every hiker, no matter their experience, will tell you that the most important thing while out on the trail is safety. It is vital to prepare beforehand in case the unfortunate event of an accident occurs.

Incidents on the trail vary greatly depending on the terrain, so it is very important you first do your research on the area you will be hiking. 

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Emergency Kit Basics

When it comes to the basics one of the most important elements is ease of […]

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5 Essential Rainwater Harvesting Tips for Homesteaders

Collecting rainwater is an easy and environmentally friendly viable option for saving water and money.

For anyone who is looking to collect rainwater for their commercial property, for their home, or simply for their garden, there are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind when setting up a successful rainwater harvesting system.

First, choose your rainwater’s purpose.

Rainwater can be collected and used to fulfill any of the different purposes you typically use water throughout your day. That includes cleaning, […]

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9 Celebrity Preppers Ready for Anything

Even if you are a famous actor, world-class athlete or chart-topping musician, you are not immune to disaster. Having access to vast quantities of cash will only get you so far if the proverbial you-know-what hits the fan, and many celebrities are aware of this. 

In the past, prepping was most commonly associated with the tinfoil hat wearing, doomsday-fearing type. Today, however, people from all walks of life have realized that unthinkable things can, and often do, happen, and the […]

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Hurricane Season Has Arrived: Here’s What to Know in 2019

For some in the United States, June 1st brings gleeful anticipation of sunshine and white sand beaches. But for much of the country, June 1st has a different meaning. It marks the arrival of hurricane season.

Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June 1st to November 30th, and the average number of significant storms per year1 from data collected from 1981-2010 is 12.1—and an average of 6.4 of those storms are hurricanes, with 2.7 listed as major hurricanes. And as the […]

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Preparedness Tips for Natural Disasters

With the creature comforts that surround many of us, it’s hard to imagine how quickly it all could change. But all you have to do is turn on the news, or ask any disaster survivor, to know that when a natural disaster strikes, your life can be turned upside-down in a matter of hours, minutes or even seconds.

Preventing natural disasters isn’t an option—so, the only alternative is to be prepared for them. No preparedness list will be comprehensive, […]

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Wise Food Company’s Response to Class Action Settlement Lawsuit

As a company that wants to empower people and prepare them for disasters, let us first start by saying, that safety is a top concern for us. And, that is true across the board. Whether it is providing you with safe food that you can rely on or keeping your information safe, we take this very seriously. We would never want to let you down. We know that our food is intended for life and death situations. We have […]

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