Category Archive: October

Basic Food Storage For Prepping

Basic Food Storage For Prepping For Every New Prepper one of the first priorites is building up a food supply We all have a certain amount of food stored in our cupboards in the kitchen. Some may have a larder that gives extra shelving and room for a lot more supplies to be stored, but how …

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Prepper Burnout and Fatigue

Do You Suffer From Prepper Burnout and Fatigue ? Overthinking & Overplanning your prepping plan is the most common reason for Prepper Burnout and Fatigue ​Why do we all prep? The reasons may differ, but the basic concept is universally the same – we are prepping in case something disastrous happens. We prep to be ready. …

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Edible Insects For Survival

Edible Insects For Survival There are lots of edible insects to choose from Earwigs are edible and tasty too. Simple to catch, requiring little time and effort, you can have an jar full of earwigs before you know it. Just fill an old can or jar with 1/2″ of vegetable oil or similar liquids, even …

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Eating Insects For Survival Crickets and Grasshoppers

Eating Insects For Survival Crickets, Grasshoppers, Maggots & Earthworms Catch em, Dry em, Roast em and Eat em Crickets and Grasshoppers are easily caught – Take a glass jar, like a Mason Jar and lay it on the ground with a little bait.Use a slice of apple, some old oats, small bits of bread, an old …

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Edible insects UK

  Edible Insects UK Can you really eat insects and bugs? Yes, of course you can, alive or dead, but there’s always that risk of getting something quite nasty as a result. In this review I want  to show you a way you can try a whole selection of insects and bugs that you wouldn’t …

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Can You Eat Insects In The UK

Can You Eat Insects In The UK – Ants, Slugs and Snails Is It Possible To Survive By Eating Insects From The UK? ​Wherever you live there will be insects and most of them are definitely edible insects.When we talk about edible insects in the UK, we have to make a bit of a distinction between …

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