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Firestarters to make it easier in the winter

Here is a download of this oathkeeper class if you want it as a printout: [download id=”5488″] Learning different techniques to get that heat and/or cooking first started can be a matter of life and death. Here are a few tricks for fire-starters to get you started on some survival knowledge….

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Revisiting – Raising your own meat, Oathkeepers

[download id=”5070″] I love that my children can stand up in front of a group and share everything that has to with their homestead animals and the meat that comes along with it. Shelby and Elwyn had a GREAT presentation for the Oathkeepers.  (August 2017) by Shelby Fullmer – August…

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Revisit – Oathkeepers – How to use medicinal herbs

[download id=”5031″] http://www.yourbodycanheal.com/medicinal-herbs.html How to Use Medicinal Herbs So you’ve decided you want to incorporate herbal remedies into your health regimen. Congratulations! You’re embarking on a journey that will help your body heal itself from the inside out in a way that is much more natural, safe and gentle than conventional medicine….

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Four Pemmican Recipes

I am sharing this set of recipes this morning. This is an amazing super-food perfect to keep in your to-go or bugout bag or even as an emergency mini-snack for your kiddlings.  This is a re-posted article from http://www.wildernesscollege.com/pemmican-recipes.html  http://www.wildernesscollege.com/pemmican-recipes.html   By Filip Tkaczyk Are you looking for some excellent pemmican…

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Raising your own meat – Oathkeepers Preparedness Class,

[sdm_download id=”4910″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″ color=”green”] I love that my children can stand up in front of a group and share everything that has to with their homestead animals and the meat that comes along with it. Shelby and Elwyn had a GREAT presentation for the Oathkeepers.  by Shelby Fullmer –…

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Oathkeepers – Back to basics in the kitchen

Making life simpler Kitchen tips and tricks   Can you imagine living in a world with no or limited power? I can see a future with no power or a limited time/amount of power that each family can use. What are some of the tools that you have in your…

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OathKeepers Preparedness 2/25/2017 – Meals in a Jar

[sdm_download id=”4827″ fancy=”0″ color=”green”] If you choose to not purchase pre-made freeze dried meals for an emergency, and instead choose to purchase #10 cans of ingredients, you need to know “what to do” with those ingredients. When in an emergency situation, the last thing that you should be thinking about…

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Creating your own firestarters – Oathkeepers Preparedness Class

[sdm_download id=”4785″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″ color=”green”] Learning different techniques to get that heat and/or cooking first started can be a matter of life and death. Here are a few tricks for fire-starters to get you started on some survival knowledge. These work great too in your own fireplace, wood stove, manual…

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Raising Chickens – Oathkeepers Preparedness Class – January 28, 2017

[sdm_download id=”4793″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″ color=”green”] January is the planning month to get going on your homestead. Besides saving food for your monthly stash and getting ready for your spring gardening, you need to start thinking about other things that you could do. Poultry can provide eggs and meat for you…

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Oathkeepers – January 14, 2017 – mealworms, Zone 7 planting

mealworms, Zone 7 planting [sdm_download id=”4759″ fancy=”0″ color=”green”]   January 14, 2017 – OathKeepers Preparedness A New Year, A New Start – On our homestead so far for 2017, we have had 9 baby goats born, added 400 quail eggs to the incubator, acquired 4 new New Zealand meat rabbits…

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Basic rules for home food storage

GREAT website full of information – www.pssurvival.com Basic rules for home storage: Rule 1: Store what you eat, and eat what you store. It would be too bad to have a supply of food you would only eat with the greatest reluctance. Also, you can spend a lot of money…

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Oathkeepers – How to Use Medicinal Herbs

[sdm_download id=”4619″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] http://www.yourbodycanheal.com/medicinal-herbs.html How to Use Medicinal Herbs So you’ve decided you want to incorporate herbal remedies into your health regimen. Congratulations! You’re embarking on a journey that will help your body heal itself from the inside out in a way that is much more natural, safe and gentle than…

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How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar

We love making our own Apple Cider Vinegar. Check out this article that I found with step by step!!! <3 Kris  [sdm_download id=”4612″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] http://thehealthyeatingsite.com/apple-cider-vinegar-recipe/ Making Apple Cider Vinegar From Scraps Like apple juice, the best apple cider vinegars are organic, unfiltered and raw (unpasteurized). Depending on where you…

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11 Reasons You Should Go Out Foraging For Juniper Berries

I came across this AWESOME article on Juniper Berries… And I had to share. http://www.naturallivingideas.com/juniper-berries/  [sdm_download id=”4606″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] October 4, 2016 by Sierra Bright The flavorful berries of junipers are associated with gin, but they have a host of other medicinal and culinary uses. Junipers are conifers, which means they bear cones,…

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Local Plants in Yavapai County – Oathkeepers Preparedness class – October 8, 2016

[sdm_download id=”4593″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] Download this article [sdm_download id=”4596″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] Download Local Plant Printout Every time you walk outside, take in nature around you. Many plants that grow in your back yard and neighborhood are edible. (There are many however that are poisonous, so please do your research.) Stepping…

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Let’s Talk Goats – Oathkeeper Preparedness Presentation

[sdm_download id=”4570″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] Basic Goat Facts Female goats are Does or Nannies Male goats are Bucks or Billies Young goats are Kids (AKA doelings or bucklings) Neutured males are Wethers Goats are herding animals and do get lonely when by themselves. Goats are intelligent animals Goats are good at…

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Oathkeepers Presentation – Prepper 101 – month supply of food

With all of the research that our family does on being prepared and in lines with sharing that information with others, we came across a GREAT article – ADDED BELOW!  For a demonstration of the the foods, we pulled and brought the amount of foods that they listed below. It…

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Oathkeepers Presentation – Laundry soap

[sdm_download id=”4527″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] From our family site (www.krisandlarry.com) We have been making our own laundry soap for over 5 years now. December 28, 2010 – Our first batch is just about used up – 11 weeks later for a family of 7 – not too bad – I will…

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Oathkeepers presentation – Dehydrating Foods

Dehydrating Foods [sdm_download id=”4455″ fancy=”0″ new_window=”1″] Every gardening season, we have an over-abundance of vegetables in the garden. We can and dehydrate everything that we don’t eat fresh.  Some of the favorites in our household are “sun-dried” tomatoes, zucchini chips, watermelon chips, fruit roll-ups and jerky. We also use our dehydrator…

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Solar Oven Cooking and Class for Oathkeepers

[sdm_download id=”4352″ fancy=”0″] Using a Solar Oven If you are interested in one of our solar oven cookbooks, they are for sale on Amazon. Click here – http://www.amazon.com/Outdoor-Kitchen-Full-Sunshine/dp/1479112305/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1461516543&sr=8-1&keywords=kris+mazy What is a solar oven? A solar oven is an oven that you use outdoors to cook food while using only the sun…

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Creating a fodder system

[sdm_download id=”4332″ fancy=”0″] Building a FODDER SYSTEM to feed livestock Finding simple ways, to make your products go further is something very important to our family. We have hundreds of animals on our homestead and needed to find a better way of feeding them. With fodder, we can quadruple our…