Building your own rocket stove and using it to cook and boil water is a very simple process. In an emergency situation, a rocket stove can be a lifesaver.
Category: Emergency Cooking
Selecting the Right Grain Mill for Emergencies and Everyday Use
The right grain mill can make all the difference in your ability to create delicious meals from your stored grains, beans, and legumes. Wheat grinders make it possible for
8 Important Lessons from Texas: Freak Storm Results in Millions Without Power
February 2021 brought a record-breaking storm to our friends in Texas, making roads impassable and leaving millions without electricity during some of the coldest temperatures on record. Many were
Food Storage Experiment – Are 29-Year-Old White Beans Edible?
For many years, we have stored basic dry goods to help us be more self-reliant. Recently, we opened a couple of number 10 cans containing 29-year-old white beans. How
You can find all kinds of answers to questions on the internet, many of them are just not true. We are going to tackle the shelf-life myth of dry
Thermal Cookers: Powerful Solution for Efficient Emergency Cooking
During our 30-Day Grid Down Cooking Challenge, we frequently used retained heat or thermal cooking to save fuel. This ancient method of fuel conservation can be beneficial to use