Survival Scout Tips — cooking

How to Cook Beans in a Hole in the Ground

Bean hole cooking is a tradition from the Native Americans that allows you to cook beans in a hole in the ground using only a few ingredients to feed many.

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How to Make Bread without Yeast or Flour

This isn’t the first time in history yeast and flour are in short supply. Weather any disaster or supply shortage, and learn how to make bread without these key ingredients.

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Kitchen Survival: Tips for Storing and Cooking Food

Prepare to shelter in place with these tips for storing, increasing the shelf life, and preparing meals and foods that provide variety.

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Survival Cooking When the Power Is Out

Survival cooking when the power is out. It's possible! There are many ways. Here are several methods you should be aware of to get through an emergency or disaster. 

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The Secret About Emergency Blankets...

They can be used in a wide variety of ways in different survival situations. Discover nine ways lightweight emergency blankets can come in handy and potentially save your life. 

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A History of Hard Work – The Truth Behind Our Family Trees

Many turn to the preparedness and self-reliance lifestyle because we are shocked at how far we’ve gotten away from these traditions. If you feel this way, then you’ve found the right community.

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Off-the-Grid Solutions for Home or Bug-Out Locations

In a crisis, we know that getting enough food is critical. But the power may be out or natural gas lines shut/cut off. Here are alternative ways to cook foods. 

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