21 Sep 2012 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
If you’re the least bit curious what I’ll be conjuring up in my kitchen this weekend, it’s this new recipe that my friend Holly shared with me today. Carrot Cake Jam. I mean really, with a name like that, how can you NOT love it, right? If you’d like to join me on this journey, here’s the recipe that Holly swears is her very favorite and is worth the effort. And considering that she’s staying up until stupid o’clock to finish her canning of this concoction, I’m going to have to believe her....
20 Sep 2012 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
Tonight I time traveled back to 1923 so that I could purchase all-natural, boneless, skinless, hormone free, and never-been-frozen chicken breasts. Grant it, I got a little car sick in the DeLorean, and I had a brief run-in with Biff, but it was worth it. I only paid  a whomping TWENTY-FOUR CENTS A POUND. Since I had to pre-order it, after all, I bought it in bulk, 80 pounds, Doc Brown says he’ll just drop off the chicken to me on October 24, right here in my city, in the present-day. So that’...
14 Sep 2012 by
Filed in Mental Preparedness
Note from Kellene: Today, I'm going to post a different kind of recipe--a recipe for the necessary mental fortitude one must have to be properly prepared. While I love the analogy overall I should say that I don't believe that the author is correct in any inference that "all law enforcement, government security personnel, or military persons" are "sheepdogs." We all know that there's not a one of us who have ever looked up to and appreciated a TSA person, a cop who thinks he's God, or a...
12 Sep 2012 by
Filed in Clothing & Shelter Preparedness
Whether it’s a random act of crime today or one which might come in a more degraded societal scene, being able to feel safe and protected IN your home is vital. The fact of the matter is, even today you have a 1 in 10 chance of being the victim of a home invasion of some sort whether it be a kidnapping attempt, a drunken “wrong house” event, or an act of larceny. But we don’t have to crumble emotionally just because someone has broken our first line of defense—our outside doors, windows, and/...
10 Sep 2012 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
Whether you're a beginner in the world or prepping or a seasoned pro, I think it's important to share with you the four items that you'll never catch me without when it comes to my independent kitchen. Beginning preppers may be a bit overwhelmed with a lot of items on their lists, but rest assured, these 4 will make an invaluable foundation of independence for you. Certainly there are some things that no tool cabinet should be without, no surgeon should be without and that no wedding planner...
07 Sep 2012 by
Filed in Preparedness
This recipe for biscuits will be the easiest you’ve ever made. With only 3 ingredients you won’t believe how much of a buttery powerful taste they will punch. Just a hint, to keep your Bisquick from going rancid or tasting stale, put the entire bag of Bisquick in a ½ gallon Mason Jar, prick the bag in a couple of areas with a fine pin, and then extract the oxygen from the jar by using a FoodSaver with the wide mouth Mason jar attachment. Your Bisquick will last for years and years.   Yes, you...
06 Sep 2012 by
Filed in Financial Preparedness
  Many of my family, friends and associates speak of a financial collapse as if it’s coming in the future; but the truth is, it’s already come. I’ll say it again, the commencement of a financial collapse has already occurred. Oh, I’ll grant it that we haven’t yet seen the very worst of the a global financial collapse, but it most certainly has taken place—just as plainly as the nose on your face, with no less drama than what took place on Wall Street crisis that took place on October 29, 1929...
31 Aug 2012 by
Filed in Preparedness
One of the picture perfect entrees I made for the Doomsday Preppers filming were salmon cakes made from shelf-stable foods. Unfortunately though, they were adequate at best...definitely missing something. Thanks to wonderful friends who didn't see fit to make it known on national TV that the salmon cakes were probably not as enjoyable as the rest of the food. As a result I decided that I was going to find the PERFECT salmon cake recipe. So I began to scour my umpteen hundreds of recipes in...
30 Aug 2012 by
Filed in Medical Preparedness
  Yesterday I began a series in which I shared with our readers the CRITICAL  information needed to know about essential oils in order to make an educated decision as to whether or not they should be a part of your self-reliance efforts, how to properly select them, and how to use them effectively.  Unfortunately, the way the deck is stacked against Americans today, making these decisions is a lot harder than you might realize. Knowing this, I’ve been cringing a LOT lately as I’ve watched...
29 Aug 2012 by
Filed in Medical Preparedness
  Should essential oils be a part of your health and wellness care supplies? Is there a big difference between a bottle of essential oils that costs $90 and a bottle that costs $12? Is there a way to determine whether or not I’m really getting a quality product? Are they safe to use without side effects? Is there a big difference between essential oils and dried herbs of the same name?     Preparedness Pro's Essential Oil Collection All Rights Reserved Copyright 2012 Preparedness Pro     The...

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