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How To Clean and Eat Skunk

My survival buddy Jeremy, who goes by One Wildcrafter on YouTube, and I, may be one of the few people who have ever totally consumed skunk, and I mean, not just one bite, but the whole animal!  And while we’ve only just eaten the one, we may be considered experts

It’s Time to Start Taking Food Allergies Seriously

Allergy food concept. Allergy food as almonds, milk, pistachios, tomato, lemon, kiwi, trout, strawberry, bread, sesame seeds, eggs, peanuts and bean on wooden table   Some estimates suggest that up to 15% of the population suffers from food allergies, and peanut allergies represent about 30% of the total.  However, food allergies

What Kind of Carbs are You Using for Energy?

  Don’t allow yourself to be tempted to think that carbohydrates are bad for us.  Carbs are where we get our energy from, and they also contribute to our overall health and well-being.  Our bodies can’t function properly without carbs, and they represent the largest proportion of our daily diet. 

Top 10 Common Prepper Fails

Being successful at prepping is a lot more difficult than most people think. In fact, the failure rate for fully prepared survivalists is pretty high on a deployment level. This is nothing to be ashamed about, because nobody ever said that life itself was going to be easy. Prepping

How to Protect Your Property from Fox Invasions

The fox is one of the most problematic predatory foragers for homesteaders, gardeners and preppers alike.  Their voracious appetite and taste for a variety of animals can decimate chicken and rabbit populations, and they also feast on a variety of rodents, small game and vegetables as well.  Foxes are also

How to Control Algae Growth in Small Ponds

  Anyone who uses a pond to raise fish, certain edible plants or as a source of emergency water will most-likely have to contend with an algae problem at one point or another.  Algae in and of itself isn’t dangerous.  Rather, it’s the excessive and uncontrolled-growth can starve water of