All posts by David Nash

Total Resistance

Total-ResistanceNo Matter is you are a history buff, a prepper, or a patriot, this is a book worth having in your library. It is very interesting, as well as unique. It is a government document designed to be given out to the general populace and it describes in detail the best way to conduct guerrilla warfare.

Their is a reason the Swiss have never been invaded, and its not because they are neutral – if I was a bully, and wanted a kids lunch money, just because he said he did not care I stole from the other kids would not stop me from stealing from him also… However, if the neutral kid was packing a .45 acp in his lunch box, I may decide to leave him alone. Continue reading

Rice in a Pressure Cooker

Pressure cookers are great for preppers as it cooks things in a fraction of the time using less energy.

I made rice in a pressure cooker as a “I wonder if…” and was just a guess if it would work – today I am going to show that method, however, I have heard of a pot in a pot method that supposedly works much better – I will research and try it out later.

From my experience here are some knowledge points for cooking rice this way Continue reading

Recipe Egg Drop Soup

Here is an Asian inspired soup that is very simple to make and uses one of the perfect homestead proteins sources – eggs.

This is a very economical recipe that contains few ingredients in the base, but allows you to add more ingredients based upon your desires.

Egg drop soup is just eggs added to a boiling chicken broth. The eggs cook almost immediately when added to the hot broth and create thin strands in the flavorful liquid.

Many times egg drop soup is just seasoned with salt, pepper and a little green onions. Continue reading

Chia Seeds

Chia seed is much better used as a food than as a pet.

It is actually an ancient superfood from the sage family (Salvia Hispanica), and was once a staple of the Incan, Mayan and Aztec cultures, along with the Native Americans of the southwest.

It was actually used as an energy supplement for Mayan couriers who ran messages between cities and always had a small bag of chia seeds with them to get a surge of energy.

It has a lot of essential nutrients, is energy dense, and is very easy to eat. It is said by some Mayan descendants in Mexico that as little as one table spoon of chia can sustain a person for 24 hours. Continue reading