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Cattails Wild Edibles

Cattails wild edibleMost people don’t look at a swamp, full of cattails, as an awesome food source. Those brown fuzzy heads are easy to spot, and many portions of the plant make great food. Continue reading Cattails Wild Edibles

How Should You Dress to Survive?

dress to survive  It’s easy to toss on a pair of jeans and a t-shirt then grab a sweatshirt when we’re heading out the door, but are we dressing wisely to survive? How exactly does one dress to survive?

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Give Yourself the Gift of a Skill

gift of a skill  Many preppers have no problem shelling out money for preparedness gear, but how many are will to also put forth some time and physical effort to learn or sharpen a skill? This year don’t just buy yourself and your loved ones gadgets, give the gift of a skill.

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Inflatable Lantern

inflatable lantern Space is a valuable commodity, especially if you need to bug out. You need to conserve every square inch of space in your gear so you can take the supplies you need. An Inflatable lantern may provide you with extra available space.

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A Primitive Gig

primitive gigYou can fashion a primitive gig from materials in your environment. This could be a key skill to keep you fed. Continue reading A Primitive Gig

Power Up GiveAway

OctoPod giveawayGeekPrepper has teamed up with Octo-Pod to bring you this Power Up Giveaway. We are giving away 1 Ion Solar Power Bank, and 2 Tertia Charging Cables. This means that we will have 3 winners!

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Transform Turkey Scraps Into Food

transform turkey scraps into foodFor holiday feasting, almost everyone cooks, grills or fries a turkey. It’s delicious, feeds quite a few people and is a pretty good bang for your buck. You can take a lesson from our ancestors and utilize the “leftovers”, essentially you will transform turkey scraps into food.

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