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(Article by Celeste Solum republished from

By now you have heard the message loud and clear that we are all to trade in our delicious diets for a subsistence diet of bugs, grasshoppers, worms, and  beetles. You know the food supply is shrinking by design. Many of you may be thinking eating bugs is better than starving, but is it?

The reports that I research and hear, and I am listening very closely, never give ...

Food supply tips: How to forage for edible nuts for your survival stockpile

May 03, 2023 -

When SHTF, you can forage for different kinds of nuts to add to your food stockpile. Despite their small size, nuts are great superfoods because they are nutritious and delicious. Nuts are rich in antioxidants, dietary fiber, protein and other beneficial vitamins. They also have a long shelf life when properly stored. (h/t to

Below are some easy-to-find nuts you can forage for to secure your food supply.Acorns

Raw acorns are bitter because they ...

Lawfare with Tom Renz: Americans are being poisoned through edible vaccines in the food supply – Brighteon.TV

April 12, 2023 -

"We are being poisoned by our own people in direct violation of the Nuremberg Code. We are being poisoned by our own government in direct violation of the law. We're being lied to and misled by these corporate oligarchs," Renz said during the April 4 episode of "Lawfare with Tom Renz" on Brighteon.TV. "Right now, we're finding out they're doing edible vaccines. They're putting this into your food supply."

To address these issues, Renz called for the passage of House Bill ...

Edible insects could be headed to UK supermarkets as global elites’ push to replace meat intensifies

October 25, 2022 -

Crickets have been touted by some environmentalists as being a cheap and sustainable type of protein, and two UK entrepreneurs are appearing on TV this week hoping to convince ALDI to start selling products made by their company, Yum Bugs, in its UK grocery stores.

The push is part of a TV series in which suppliers appeal to the managing director of buying at ALDI UK, Julie Ashfield, to start stocking their products. She considers factors such as packaging, demand and ...

Home defense tips: 7 Ways to protect your garden from looters and intruders

March 13, 2023 - edible flowers into your yard or garden. Start by choosing one or two plants that are both attractive and edible.

Like edible landscaping, deceptive planting is another creative way to sneak more edible plants into your landscaping without alerting looters when SHTF. The technique is also perfect if you want to maximize production in a limited space.

Unless your neighbors are gardeners themselves, they won't always know what kind of plant they are looking at....

Staying under the radar: Tips for efficient stealth prepping

January 11, 2023 - edible flowers to plant in your edible landscape:


Beekeeping in your backyard is one way to fit in with the environmental crowd while also furthering your long-term preparedness. Beekeeping is also one way to help address the Bee Colony Collapse Disorder affecting honeybee hives all across the country.

If you are new to beekeeping, do your research and start slow. Start one hive or two in your backyard ...

Protect yourself against food shortage with these useful prepping practices

February 22, 2023 -

The leading solution suggested by Professor Julian Cribb and other experts in the field is a global switch to vegetarianism, but this alternative comes with its own challenges. Experts think that 10 billion is the max cutoff point for the population and supporting more people than that is almost impossible.

This means that even if everyone agrees to avoid eating meat, issues related to soil, climate, land and access should still be considered.

If you are worried ...

15 Perennial herbs to grow in your survival garden

March 01, 2023 -

The best thing about perennials is that as long as you keep them well-mulched and in organic matter-rich soil, they'll pretty much take care of themselves – giving you a low-maintenance way to continually increase your food supplies. (Related: Survival gardening: Why you should grow these 7 edible perennials.)

Here are some amazing medicinal perennial herbs to grow in your survival garden. (h/t to hyssop (Agastache foeniculum)

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Gardening tips for preppers: How to start a medicinal herb garden

October 28, 2022 -

If you want easy access to healing medicinal herbs, plant herbs like calendula and lavender in your home garden.

You can start an herb garden in your homestead, or in a container garden if you live in an apartment in the city. (h/t to of having a medicinal herb garden

While you can simply buy medicinal herbs at a health food store, it's better to grow your own herbs because of these amazing benefits:

Beginners can easily grow ...

13 Things to add to your to-do list for summer gardening

June 29, 2023 -

Organize, sharpen, sanitize and restore your gardening tools

Sharp-rust-free tools will make your gardening tasks much easier – whether it means digging into the soil or cutting through weeds.

If you keep your tools in good shape, you won't need to replace them as often.

Remove any rust or build-up that might be corroding them. Once the tarnish is removed, add a coat of boiled linseed oil to help stop the oxidation process. For shovels and trowels, you can use a handheld ...

Growing your own food: Gardening resources for beginner, intermediate and advanced gardeners

May 22, 2023 -

Science-backed resources

Your local extension office is one of the best authoritative resources backed by arboretums or botanical gardens and universities. For instance, with a vast network of 250 county Extension offices, 616 Extension agents, and 343 subject-matter specialists, the expertise provided by AgriLife Extension is available to every resident in every Texas county.

When searching for information online, add the word "extension" to your search. The search engine ...

Foraging 101: The universal edibility test

March 29, 2023 -

If SHTF and you lose your gear or run out of supplies, knowing how to conduct the universal edibility test can help you find wild herbs and plants that are safe to eat. (h/t to

The universal edibility test will guide you through a detailed process to determine which plants or plant parts are safe to eat.

While the test may seem tedious, doing each of these steps properly ensures that you can stay safe and avoid poisonous plants while trying new ...

Foraging 101: How to identify, harvest and prepare wild lettuce

November 02, 2022 -

If you need more food for your stockpile or a medicinal herb, learn how to identify and harvest wild lettuce. (h/t to is wild lettuce?

True wild lettuce (Lactuca virosa) is a biennial plant that can be found in several areas in North America and coastal Britain.

Other common wild lettuce varieties in the U.S. include Lactuca canadensis, L. ludoviciana and L. floridana.

L. serriola can be found in Europe, while L. quercina is found ...

Home remedies for preppers: 5 Medicinal plants for wound healing

November 01, 2022 -

Prepare before SHTF by learning about some common plants that can be used to disinfect and heal wounds, like calendula and echinacea. You can either forage for the plants below, or you can grow them right in your home garden. (h/t to

Calendula is a plant that bears brightly colored flowers with wound-healing abilities. It can also be used to help treat viral infections and stomach pain.

Calendula has been used for wound healing and for ...

Research reveals moths are more efficient night pollinators than bees

April 06, 2023 -

But according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Sussex, moths are more efficient night pollinators compared to other day-flying pollinators like bees.

The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.

The scientists gathered data from 10 sites in the South East of England throughout July 2021. After analyzing the data, the research team discovered that 83 percent of insect visits to bramble flowers were made during the day.Moth is a ...

Cancer-fighting herbs: Queen Anne’s lace found to be effective against skin and cervical cancer

June 22, 2023 -

Queen Anne's lace is a versatile herb with a long history of use as medicine. For centuries, natural healers have used it as a natural remedy for various ailments, such as digestive disorders, kidney and bladder problems, and edema. But recent studies have found an even more compelling role for Queen Anne's lace in modern medicine: According to two separate reports, Queen Anne's lace can also be used to treat an even bigger health issue, namely, cancer.Facts about Queen ...

Just how amazing are bees? Without them, humans are in trouble

March 09, 2023 -

And there is no better pollinator than bees.

Being a bit constrained in terms of movement, plants need an agent to transfer the pollen from their male parts (called anther) to their female parts (called stigma).

When a bee lands on a flower, it attracts the pollen grains through electrostatic force. An ion exchange takes place between the positive charge of the bee and the negative charge of the plant. This is how the bee retrieves the pollen, then carries it to ...

You will eat ze bugs! Switzerland brainwashing kids to eat INSECTS

May 04, 2023 -

In a May 2 report, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recounted an event organized in a middle school in Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland. Students at the school gathered around a table laden with snacks made of insects. They then scooped the bug smorgasbord consisting of spiced mealworms, paprika-dusted crickets and crackers that contained cricket powder.

"It doesn't taste like a bug. It just tastes like what it's seasoned with," said 13-year-old Ana Munoz, who was eating ...

Prepper medicine: 9 Medicinal herbs to plant in your home garden

April 18, 2023 -

If you grow these herbs in your backyard, you won’t have to go out foraging for hours on end or put your faith in store-bought herbs that have been depleted of their nutrient content, says herbalist Dr. Nicole Apelian.

Here are 9 useful herbs you should have in your home garden:California poppy (Eschscholzia californica)

The California poppy contains a variety of plant compounds, including alkaloids (allocryptopine and protopine) and flavone glycosides, which are ...

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