In Week Eight, the world becomes your culinary oyster. You’re not just cooking anymore; you’re creating an international culinary experience right in your own kitchen. Imagine enjoying a homemade curry, fragrant with spices that you’ve ground yourself, or a plate of fresh pasta that you’ve made from scratch. These aren’t just meals; they’re a ticket to the flavors of distant lands, all without leaving your home. The skills you’ve gained this week don’t just add to your palate—they add to your toolkit for survival and well-being. Just as spices can preserve and flavor food, your newfound knowledge preserves your freedom of choice and flavors your path to a more sustainable lifestyle.
Week seven of our 100-day journey into a whole foods lifestyle dives into the traditional art of fermentation and preservation. From making homemade sauerkraut to exploring various pickling techniques, this week opens a world of culinary creativity. Learn the skills and techniques that connect you with a heritage of self-reliance, taste, and health. Join us as we continue to embrace natural, nutritious foods and enrich our diets.
In Week Five, you’ve added a new layer to your culinary journey by mastering essential knife skills and understanding kitchen tools. You are not only preparing meals that nourish the body but also growing in self-sufficiency, artistry, and enjoyment of the process.
Join us in Week Five of your 100-day journey to freedom from processed foods! Master essential knife skills, understand vital kitchen tools, and enhance your culinary artistry. Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to create nutritious and delicious meals that nourish both body and soul.
Greetings, fellow survivalists! Today, let’s talk about pemmican – the ultimate survival food that has been sustaining humans for centuries. Pemmican is a high-energy food made from dried meat, fat,…
From foraging out in the boonies to now, food has been evolving to suit humankind’s evergrowing needs. Technology has produced
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Everything that can be cooked, canned, dried, or otherwise stored can be done before leaving for your camping trip, which is the best part of prepping! You’ll have everything you need before you need it.
What would you put on your camping food list?
Eliminating processed foods from your diet benefits you in
In an ideal storage that isn’t for doomsday prep, a good standard of water storage is three: nicely-packaged water bottles, a great mid-sized water gallon container that can go anywhere, and a water setup outside that’ll filter your water (some setups can be