The USDA's new labeling for genetically modified foods goes into effect Jan. 1...• Washington Post
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The University of California press release talks about the science and the project goals. The release says that the "future of vaccines may look more like eating a salad than getting a shot in the arm."
Buying/Saving Garden Seeds for Preparedness (Tips, Advice and Common Misconceptions)
Today, I'm sharing a quick and affordable project to help you grow your own salad greens all through the winter!
-- Contrived Food Shortages
One of our greatest joys is providing our own meat for our family (and some family members) from our own land. We know exactly what goes into our meat, how the animals are treated and are blessed by the cycle of it all.
...with cheap soybean oil
Winter temperatures in Alliance, Nebraska can drop to -20°F (the record low is -40°F/C), but retired mailman Russ Finch grows oranges in his backyard greenhouse without paying for heat. Instead, he draws on the earth's stable temperature (around 52
This video shows what happens when you use ash from a fire in the vegetable garden and around fruit trees.
Old fashioned pest management is the key to keeping your garden vibrant and productive when you're looking for less "chemical-y" alternatives. And you'd better learn fast because the modern methods may soon run out.
Michael Hoffman (Food Forest Montana) comes on the show to talk about solutions, prepping, community, food, growing freedom, independence and abundance, etc...
While there are a lot of food acquisition tools out there, they're not all created equally. Some are better than others and some flat-out don't work for most people.
Top Quality Long-Term Storage Emergency Food. - Be Prepared! PrepareWithJerry.com
Mushroom tincture possesses a plethora of health benefits but can be prohibitively expensive. Luckily, it's actually easy to make your own and do so for a fraction of the cost!
Meat prices are skyrocketing, making it even harder for Americans to afford to eat. Two years of statism have led to the beginnings of a period of inflation that is only going to grow worse. Here's how to get ready.
MeaTech 3D created the 4oz steak using 3D printing with real bovine cells that mature into muscle and fat
In this video, I show you how I grew potatoes in 3 different ways: from supermarket potatoes, wrist deep, and in drills and we see which is better!
A coalition of the World's largest multi-national corporations is working to manipulate you into eating more "equitable" food though a business strategy designed to help major "food players" and other large businesses facilitate "the comi
Approximately 330 SPAR shops in northern England face severe operational problems following a weekend cyberattack, forcing many stores to close or switch to cash-only payments.
On Thursday of this week, VanEck announced it would be launching a "future of food" ETF that will trade under the ticker YUMY.
Food. It is perhaps the most important consideration that folks concerned about social and economic instability have. Especially considering the fragility of the current food system.
Want to learn how to gut a deer? We'll show you our favorite method of field dressing a deer. Remember, gutting a deer quickly will leave you with the best tasting meat when eating wild game.
Gregg Tivnan (friend of Ernest and already living in a state of preparedness in Missouri) on cattle prices, food, Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, etc... MP3&4
Today is all about Dry Aged vs Wet Aged, the differences, and how the steaks look when they're grilled. This isn't something to try at home, we have a commercial dry age room. There are some products available for home use but we can't recommend them
For many, even in wealthy nations, scavenging is a way of life for those who are desperate. Although the practice is stigmatized, understanding how it works can help you even now. Here's what you need to know.
Garden writer Susan Mulvihill shares tips on how she grows a garden through the fall and winter months, without supplemental heat, in her zone 5b garden. From Susan's in the Garden, SusansintheGarden.com.
Mike Aversa, a semiretired accountant, goes hunting as often as possible.
Kristie Harper (RegeneratioNation) on Empowering People to Create Community and Restore Agriculture
Stop buying butter! Do it yourself! Only 1 ingredient is required. Butter is quick and easy to make. Everyone will like homemade butter because it is delicious.
This week, we tour the walipini, or pit greenhouse here at Red Gate Farm.