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12/04/2018 / By Mary Miller

Herbs can be used for a variety of purposes both before and after SHTF. They can add flavor to otherwise

http://www.starvation.news/2018-12-04-how-to-store-and-preserve-herbs-so-you-can-keep-them-long-term.html

12/03/2018 / By Mary Miller

Preppers may have the advantage if a large-scale catastrophe were to happen, but many preppers still underestimate the realities of living

http://www.starvation.news/2018-12-03-what-life-will-probably-be-like-after-shtf.html

11/29/2018 / By Zoey Sky

When SHTF, some things that you take for granted can spell the difference between life and death. Take fishing, for

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-29-everything-you-need-to-know-about-survival-fishing.html

11/28/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

When you are in the wilderness or in a SHTF situation, your chances of survival may depend on what you

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-28-dont-make-these-common-survival-mistakes.html

11/26/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Prepping covers many emergencies, and most of them require a crucial factor: a steady food supply. But how can you

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-26-how-to-protect-your-survival-cache-from-mold-spoilage-or-pestilence.html

11/22/2018 / By D. Samuelson

Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) want you to be prepared for a variety of potential disasters. Their list includes explosions,

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-22-are-you-prepared-for-an-emergency-fema-recommends-you-stockpile-these-food-items.html

11/19/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Whether you’re a newbie or a dedicated fishing enthusiast, it’s important to know how to make an improvised fishing rod.

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-19-a-guide-to-improvising-your-own-fishing-rod.html

11/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Herbs can do more than boost the flavor of your dishes. Preppers know that various herbs deserve a place in

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-15-a-homesteaders-guide-to-dehydrating-herbs-for-long-term-storage.html

11/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Even if things are relatively quiet, you can still benefit from knowing how to make flour from various kinds of

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-15-how-to-grind-grains-flour-when-shtf.html

11/14/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

The fig tree is one of the earliest plants that humans learned to cultivate. It’s easy to see why —

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-14-your-guide-to-growing-figs-in-your-backyard.html

11/14/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Do you start every day with a nice cup of joe? Even if you’re not a coffee aficionado, you may

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-14-why-coffee-is-a-survival-essential.html

11/13/2018 / By Mary Miller

In the early days of the Oregon trail, pioneers often did whatever it took to survive. Improvising on the spot with

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-13-recipes-that-survived-the-oregon-trail-that-you-can-still-make-today.html

11/12/2018 / By Ellaine Castillo

Grain is one of the most common food groups, but unlike fruits and vegetables, it is rarely a part of

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-12-how-to-grow-grains-in-your-own-backyard.html

11/10/2018 / By Mary Miller

Your table scraps can go a long way if you know how to prepare them right. Preppers know the value

http://www.starvation.news/2018-11-10-a-guide-to-making-your-food-go-further.html