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Conserver les légumes longtemps, c’est possible sans frigo! Terre – Anti-gaspi: Je me permets ici d’écrire un petit guide sans prétention aucune, qui permettra peut-être aux petits portefeuilles de faire des économies et aux autres d’éviter tout gaspillage de nourriture.

Conserver les légumes longtemps, c’est possible sans frigo!

Tout d’abord, dans ce système il faut être prévoyant (e). Faire ses provisions en temps opportun, aux époques les plus favorables de l’année lorsque les légumes sont abondants et peu coûteux. Si vous possédez un jardin, c’est encore plus facile. Ensuite, il faut savoir que certains légumes se conservent naturellement à l’état frais; d’autres, pour se conserver en bon état, ou acquérir des propriétés sapides, ont besoin de subir certaines préparations… Hélas!

C’est toujours le travail qui permet des économies. Généralement, les moyens de conservation employés pour les légumes sont : le sel, le vinaigre, la dessiccation, la cuisson prolongée et la stérilisation. Survival Gardening: Part 2. Survival Cache The answer to everyone’s question is “No”, we are not too late to get started on our Survival Garden for this year, not for most of the population living in the United States and Canada.

Survival Gardening: Part 2

It keeps snowing on me here in Utah, so I’m still waiting. This is the 2nd post in a series on Survival Gardening Read Part 1: Survival Gardening I just moved into a new place and so I haven’t been able to do my fall preparation like I normally would, but that’s just the way it is sometimes, so don’t sweat the small stuff. Survival Gardening. And a Way to Relax and De-Stress Survival gardening can be fun, relaxing and actually quite simple… Many people seem to think they don’t have enough space for a garden but the areas where you can learn how to grow a basic vegetable garden are endless.

Survival Gardening

Yep, I am talking about those spaces we try to fill in with all kinds of flowers, shrubs, and even in some cases, gravel, so that it looks nice…. :) Plant your veggies there. Along Side Your House. Survival Garden: Part 1. Growing A Survival Garden May Soon Become A Necessity!

Survival Garden: Part 1

Have you considered that... survival gardening may soon be a true matter of survival and not just a choice? With the rapid decline of our financial system and food supply, grocery store produce and other products, may soon be at a crisis level shortage like we have never seen. At that point, gardening would no longer be a "choice" for a more self sufficient lifestyle, it would be a matter of survival for everyone! This scenario is fast-becoming very probable and real. With the costs of living rising all the time, you can see the practical benefits of growing your own garden... you can save money, increase your family's health, and become more self sufficient all at the same time by growing vegetables in your backyard. m4440181_Food_and_Water-English.revised_7-09.pdf. Foil Packets, Dutch Oven & Gourmet S'mores Recipes. Ever since our first camping trip when we threw foil packets of cubed steak with roasted rosemary potatoes, carrots and peas on the campfire, finding great camping recipes has been a top priority.

Foil Packets, Dutch Oven & Gourmet S'mores Recipes

That’s why we’ve created this section of the blog dedicated to our favorite camping recipes. Breakfast Main Dishes Side Dishes Sweet Treats Dutch Oven Pork Chili Verde Camp Recipe Beef Stew Foil Packet Camp Recipe. Edible weeds/wild plants. Wilderness Supplies. Wilderness Skills. BioHavoc Bivouac. SurvivOS. Emergent Survivalism. Live Long and Prosper. Water in situ. Water Nutrition. Water Filters. How To Create An Off The Grid Source Of Water. For any off-the-gridder or survivalist, having a safe, adequate, and reliable source of water is just about as basic as it gets.

How To Create An Off The Grid Source Of Water

Water independence is the clear goal for all who want to be prepared for all contingencies, and digging your own well is the obvious way to set yourself up in anticipation of a time when utility companies can no longer be relied upon to supply vital services to their customers. But digging a traditional well is not the only option. There is another type of well that is perfectly capable of providing sufficient supplies of fresh, clean, potable water to meet the needs of most households, especially if at least a degree of water conservation is practiced. Driven-point wells are a convenient and affordable alternative, and in most instances they can be installed without the use of expensive or complicated equipment, which can make them an amazing project for the hands-on type who prefers the do-it-yourself approach.

Survival: Emergency Water. Solar still. Solar still built into a pit in the ground Solar still "Watercone" A solar still is a simple way of distilling water, using the heat of the Sun to drive evaporation from humid soil, and ambient air to cool a condenser film.

Solar still

Two basic types of solar stills are box and pit stills. How to Make a Solar Still for Purifying Water in the Wilderness. Desert Survival: The Solar Still (DesertUSA) There was the man in tattered clothing, his body sweaty, his swollen eyes squinting over miles of sand.

Desert Survival: The Solar Still (DesertUSA)

Cattle skulls and scorpions scattered the ground while vultures circled overhead awaiting their imminent feast. In a futile last glance, he held himself up with shaking arms. Then his head cocked to the side like a confused dog -- could it really be? Practical Survivor. Water procurement during a survival situation could possibly be your number one concern.

Practical Survivor

The length of time you body will survive without proper hydration varies under different conditions. Increase in ambient temperature and activity will lessen your chances of survival. Under arid conditions the human body can succumb to dehydration within a few days. Water Procurement - Water Sources. Water is one of your most urgent needs in a survival situation.

Water Procurement - Water Sources

You can‘t live long without it, especially in hot areas where you lose water rapidly through perspiration. Even in cold areas, you need a minimum of 2 liters of water each day to maintain efficiency. More than three-fourths of your body is composed of fluids. Your body loses fluid as a result of heat, cold, stress, and exertion. To function effectively, you must replace the fluid your body loses. Water Sources Almost any environment has water present to some degree. Primitive Water Procurement. Water is the most important asset that our body needs to survive and one of the few things we can’t survive very long without! Shelter is usually your number one priority in any survival situation but water and shelter go hand in hand.

You should place your shelter reasonably close to your water source. This will make life much easier because I guarantee you that you will grow tired very quickly of having to hike a mile to get a drink. So be mindful of shelter placement first. There are so many methods for procuring water in the wilderness that I will only list a few here. Disclaimer: Our ancestors have been drinking water from streams for centuries and have built an immunity to many micro organisms and this can be done by modern day man as well but usually not without a bout of sickness once or twice. Water Procurement. HYDRATION BACKPACKS - Canteens & Hydration Systems - Field & Survival Gear / Disaster Preparedness - Special Forces Gear. Better than Bleach: Use Calcium Hypochlorite to Disinfect Water. Knowing how to make your water safe to drink can not only keep you healthy – it could save your life. We often take for granted access to safe, uncontaminated, potable water. So much so that many people do not have the means or knowledge necessary to destroy disease causing organisms that may be lurking in their water supply.

Water Purificaiton Methods for Survival, Emergency, & Backpacking. Water is a top priority as you can’t survive beyond three days without it. Unclean drinking water can have harmful bacteria, protozoa, cryptosporidiums, viruses, and chemicals in it. Waterborne illnesses can cause flu-like symptoms, watery diarrhea, loss of appetite, substantial loss of weight, bloating, increased gas, nausea, fever, chills, coughing, muscle aches, cramps, blurred vision, difficulty breathing, seizures, paralysis, and even death.

You don’t want to mess around with water that has not been purified. Take the necessary precautions and purify your water before you drink it. Simple rules like drinking clear water or water that is moving quickly don’t always apply. These are the most common methods to purify water in survival or backpacking setting. Chef! Homemade MREs. For quite a while now, I've wanted to make up my own "MREs" for my Get Home Bag (GHB). I was recently out scouting some properties, and realized that my GHB only had some packs of tuna and some candy in them. I had broken my own Cardinal Rule - If you use it, replace it immediately.

So, I went about making up some MRE packages. Now, these are not true MREs, in that their shelf life is less than half of the 5 years of a commercial MRE, but I figured they were WAY less expensive (remember this later on in the post...). I assembled my "ingredients" based on "Best By" date, calories and protein content. The idea was to put long-life food together and vacuum seal it in a FoodSaver bag. Food Storage 101, What to Store. April 26, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin The first real tip here for ‘Food Storage 101′ is this: Store what you will eat! You can spend lots of time analyzing calories, nutritional content, and other factors, but I think the bottom line here is if you store what you eat on a daily basis, I think you’ll be just fine.

Here are more basic tips to get started with food storage: (UPDATED) Note: When I said “you’ll be just fine” regarding simply storing more foods that you already eat, let me emphasize that this philosophy will get you through all short term emergency situations, most medium term disasters, but will probably come up short in the event of a complete long-term collapse (but that’s not ‘Food Storage 101′) WISE Grab N' Go Bucket 60 Serving Food Supply. Wise Company Grab and Go Food Kits are perfect for any unplanned emergency. Our readymade meals are packed in airtight, nitrogen-packed Mylar pouches, and then encased in easy to carry, durable plastic containers.

Our unique packaging process removes the majority of the residual oxygen through a nitrogen flushing practice. Wise Company Grab and Go Food Kits carry up to a 25 year shelf life, with absolutely no rotation needed. Each 60 Serving Entrée Only Grab and Go Food Kit contains 2 servings per day (entrees only) for 1 adult for 1 month or 4 adults for 1 week. Setting Up A Food Storage Pantry. Storing Food in a Hot Environment.

Let’s face it; enough food to stock a Walmart warehouse is of no use to you if it loses its nutritional value before you have the chance to eat it. Survival Food Doesn't Come Out of a Can. By Sandra Weaver. Traditional Food Preservation Methods Put Fridges On Ice. Technology moves our society along – there is no doubt about that. But there is something to be said for low-tech traditions that served the human race well for thousands of years. Designer Jihyun Ryou is encouraging the world to leave their refrigerators behind and return to the traditional wisdom that allowed people to keep food fresh long before these energy hogs became permanent parts of our homes.

Survival Canning and Preserving. Foraging. [Samuel_Thayer]_The_Forager's_Harvest_A_Guide_to_( Eat The Weeds by Green Deane, the most watched forager in the world. Indigenous Food & Traditional Recipes. Wild Food School - Wild Food Cookery & Cooking Courses / Wild Food Recipe Ideas & Gallery. Fergus The Forager: Plant Info, Recipes, Articles, Etc. Wild Medicinal Plants Archives. Edible & Medicinal Plants.

The information on this page is presented in an older format. Living Off the Land: 52 Highly Nutritious Wild-Growing Plants. Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild. The culinary flowers and herbs; beautiful, colorful, scented and … edible! Food Insecurity. Doomsday Seed Vault. A NEW SHIPMENT of Ice for Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Norway. In the hopes of bolstering our defenses in the event of a major food crisis, researchers have sent tens of thousands of seeds from different types of rice last week to a “doomsday vault” in the archipelago Svalbard. Seeds of Destruction : Full Spectrum Dominance : William Engdahl Interview. Doomsday Seed Vault In Svalbard. Doomsday Seed Vault Global Crop Diversity. Safe Harvest Seed Bank™ - LPC Survival. NEW! MEGA Survival Kit. The All-in-1 MEGA SEED BANK is our biggest Seed Bank - ever!

What's Included: 55 varieties of crops. ↓ scroll down the page to see all ↓ 112,000+ seeds in total.Pack of seed starting soil pods so you can start your seeds indoors. Large Seed Storage Vault featuring a re-sealable vacuum sealed top (keeps seeds lasting years longer + superior moisture barrier. What Will We Eat? Seeds. Victuals. Herbs. Edible. Tending Produce. We Are What We Eat.