Iodine for water treatment

I am keeping this on hand as a backup.   Woops I guess it was the CDC. A Guide to Drinking Water Treatment and Sanitation for Backcountry & Travel Use https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/pdf/drinking/Backcountry_Water_Treatment.pdf The temperature listings http://www.polarpurewater.com/instructions/ http://amzn.to/2lqBSsY Polar Pure Iodine Water Filter Purifier Sterilizes 2,000 Quarts Katadyn Hiker Pro Microfilter http://amzn.to/2m2FMF9 http://amzn.to/2lSCWGW Vipe Digital LCD Aquarium Thermometer Fish Tank Water Terrarium Temperature

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Home Made Prepper/ Homesteader Glue

This would be good on the farm or homestead.   This is casein glue like the white glue we all use in school ( kind of) 1. Add vinegar to lukewarm skimmed milk so it curdles. 2. Drain the liquid component off from the solids. 3. Put solids onto a strainer to drain off excess liquid 4. In a bowl, add a base (such as sodium bicarbonate, ammonia or washing…

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Beware Fake Civilian MRE’s

These were not even close to military spec. In fact probably expired when I got them. I bought them a long time ago. They were supposed to be Military M.R.E. With heaters. if they were sold as camping or some other kind of M.R.E. then that would be ok. But they said 100% military issue. I think they were expired M.R.E.’s and repackaged then sold as new.

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Refugee Bags: A Controversial Topic

  Refugee Bags: A Controversial Topic. “Why is the default thought that I should give my hard earned prepps away?” So what’s the problem (other than room, I guess) with stocking up when with packages that can be handed out in a crisis for what you paid? So long as you weren’t profiteering. for three to five dollars, you could have a pretty useful short term survival handout for one…

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How to make bread from wood ( sawdust? )

How to make bread from wood there was a time in our nation’s history when times were so difficult that people were advised on how they could use wood in place of flour to bake their bread. This actual procedure was first shared through The Emigrant’s Handbook (1848). (* See note 1 and 2 below) 1. Chop fresh (green) beech tree wood into shaving sized pieces. You may substitute other turpentine…

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