Housekeeping: Although I said that I am going back to the basics, I haven’t done all of the podcasts ahead of time, so if there is a basic item you want me to consider in this mini-series, I will consider your input. Just email me. There has recently been a board added to Top Survival […] [...]
When in an orienteering course, you are generally both in a race and honing your skills at reading maps. This is a way to get exercise as well as get some skill in wilderness survival. This can be an extremely fun way to gain experience in a VITAL skill in bug-out scenarios. As a matter […] [...]
(NaturalNews) GMOs are genetically modified foods made from combing genes from two or more unrelated species into one organism. The two most common types of genetic modifications are modifying crops to produce pesticides or modifying crops to be immune to herbicides (making them Roundup... [...]
(NaturalNews) The best kind of sugar for the body is either contained in fruits as pectin or organic honey and organic maple syrup. Pectin is the natural fiber found primarily in citrus fruits and apples, and it binds to cholesterol, helping flush it from the blood. You could lower... [...]
(NaturalNews) When it comes to stockpiling survival preps, two items are always near the top my list: food and land to grow food. Those, in my opinion, are the two most valuable commodities to have if the world and society goes to heck. As I say that, I realize that the land portion... [...]
(NaturalNews) The standard definition of inflammation is a localized physical condition in which part of the body becomes reddened, swollen, hot and often painful, especially as a reaction to injury or infection. Can consuming the wrong food be considered an injury? It most certainly... [...]
(NaturalNews) People want that fast track to "fit," but there's a price to pay for tricking your body into losing weight, since tricks sometimes involve losing water weight and just postponing bad food habits. There is no fast track to losing weight, but there is a permanent way to... [...]
Housekeeping: Today is the official announcement: FREE WEBINAR: Creative first Aid Kit Components 45 Min Webinar All the things you can learn: Up to 20 Common Items you probably already have How to use what you have Awesome survival techniques […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... [...]
Charley Hogwood of ReadyGoPrep.com joins me on the show today to get back to the basics. I realize that we are getting a lot of first time listeners who could use a good primer on prepping. It is also a perfect show for season preppers to bring it home and make sure all the bases are covered, including regular maintenance for your preps.
Check out Charley’s book, The Survival Group Handbook and visit his website, ReadyGoPrep.com for more great info.
Today’s Prepper Recon Podcast s [...]
(NaturalNews) The term food preservatives sounds quite positive, and if you don't look any deeper than the surface, it's a good thing. It means the food that's packaged in boxes, bags, jars and cans has a longer shelf life, before mold, mildew, bacteria and fungi kick into high gear... [...]
(NaturalNews) Do you ever wonder how most vegetable oils are made? What about cottonseed oil and sunflower oil? Are they as bad as corn oil and soybean oil? Does it matter if it's cold pressed if it's GMO? Do you really know much about safflower oil and how most of it is processed... [...]
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Learning To Prepare Is Preparing To Survive
This week I discuss the importance of getting back to the basics of life, and learning from history to become better prepared and better all around preppers. Laying a good foundation to build on starts with knowing where you stand and what your situation is, preparing yourself financially and m [...]
Episode 489: Basics Of Wilderness Patrolling Revisited(1-16-2014)… Show Summary: I decided for today’s episode that I would revisit an old topic from the archives – wilderness patrolling. I will cover the basic ins and outs of conducting this type of patrol in the wilderness. Remember, patrolling is a skill and needs to be learned, then [...] [...]
This is a special broadcast of my guest appearance at On the Move with Mack Worley. We talk about the basics of preparedness as well as liberty related issues.
Check out Mack’s show, On the Move, to stay up-to-date on important liberty issues.
Check out the new Individual First Aid Kits that I put together. They have everything you need to address traumatic wounds such as you might experience in a gun fight or car accident. Let’s face it, even in the best of times, it takes [...]
Vinnie and Tony discuss the basics of the preparedness movement, how you have to THINK FOR YOURSELF, and step out of the Normalcy Bias. Vinnie discusses some of the nationally famous instructors he will feature at his upcoming Get Prepared Expo in Springfield, Missouri. A great intro to prepping show for those just falling out of the Normalcy Bias matrix and waking up to the increasingly fragile world we live in. Guest: Vince Finelli, Founder of U.S.A. Prepares Expo and fellow prepper radio show [...]
This week Lisa and I talk about the prepper mindset and what someone who is just getting interested in preparedness should be thinking about. If we don’t have a good foundation to build on we could end up in a deeper hole than than we were in to start with. Budgeting, planning and knowing where to start are critical first steps to take when we begin our journey to preparedness.
We are in the process of putting together a course at the Survivalist Prepper Academy called Intro to Prepping 1 [...]
In this episode hosts Aaron and Jason discuss all things beekeeping with Michael Jordan of A “Bee Friendly” Company Inc. And a special on why Aaron is mad at Jack Spirco.
Let’s face it, bees and beekeeping scare the crap out of most of us. But in this episode Michael brings us into his world, shows us around, exposes himself to his bees to show us their safe, and shows us it’s not so scary after all.
All you urban farmers listen as we discuss…
This week in the show we talk to Jake about the basics of ham radio. This could be a very useful tool in a SHTF or post collapse situation, without radio broadcasts ham radio might be the only way to get any information about what is going on around the world.
Getting started with ham radio is not as intimidating as it seem at first. With a little bit of learning and finding some ham clubs in your area you can become fairly proficient with ham radio in no time. The cost of ham radio is also not [...]
Want to know how to raise chickens, milk a goat, suture a wound, butcher an animal, make your own bow and arrows, navigate using a compass (day and night), how to cook good tasting food from storage, how to grow the Secret Garden of Survival, how to make medicines from wild herbs, how to make fire, how to create your own cosmetics and grooming aids, how to make a shelter in the woods, and the benefits of raw milk? Then listen to this show about the upcoming Charlotte Back to the Basics one day e [...]