This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I was catching up on my article reader and found these two articles about food waste that riled me up: About 40 Percent Of All Food In The United States Is Thrown In The Garbage and Top 20 Foods Wasted It is such as shame that so much food is wasted while other people are going hungry. We can’t do anything about industrial food waste, but we can certainly minimize throwing away good […]
Being able to reuse or re-purpose things instead of throwing them away can help you save money. I’ve written many articles about avoiding waste and have even tried a few tips about other uses for citrus peels. This article written by my friend Shelli who writes PreparednessMama.com goes even further and provides tips I have not heard of before. You’re bound to find at least a handful uses you can try now. If you have other uses we’ve missed, please […]
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This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Sunday, November 6th is the end of Daylight Savings Time for 2016, in which most of the country sets their clocks back by an hour. Besides resetting all your watches and clocks, today is also a good day to do a little maintenance on your emergency supplies. Do these chores today Check the batteries in your flashlights, touch lamps and other emergency lighting and replace if the battery is looking weak. While your […]
I was was helping with the after dinner cleanup at my cousin’s home last Christmas and as we were putting leftovers away, she asked me to check to make sure all leftovers were completely cool before putting them in the fridge. She said you should never place foods in the refrigerator until the food is completely cool or it will surely spoil. Much of our everyday food storage is either in the fridge or freezer and we’d all like to […]
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This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com You can’t help but feel bad about the citizens of Venezuela, as they suffer under miserable economic conditions: People waiting in lines all night and day to buy basic necessities, formerly middle class people having to hunt dogs and cats in their neighborhood for their next meal, with widespread rioting and looting. But can it happen here? This post certainly got my attention Coming Destruction? Alan Greenspan Warns “Venezuela Under Martial Law […]
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This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I was catching up on my article reader and found these two articles about food waste that riled me up: About 40 Percent Of All Food In The United States Is Thrown In … Continue reading
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This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com After a power outage that lasts for a few hours, many people toss out everything that was in the refrigerator. I always toss out milk, leftovers and meats. However, not everything in the … Continue reading