Who says prepping has to be expensive? It doesn’t have to be if you can take advantage of your local dollar stores. We are fortunate in our area to have multiple dollar stores, some of which actually have items for $1.00. We go…
Most preppers ignore the need for entertainment during and after an emergency or disaster. They are so focued on safety, food and shelter that they oft forget about what they are going at night to keep their sanity. This is especially true with children and young adults who have come to rely on modern luxuries for entertainment. This article addresses these concerns and provides some possible options.
Never place all of your food storage plans into one basket. Doing so restricts your ability to overcome all the emergencies that you could face. Some emergencies leave you with the ability to prepare foods while others eliminate everything except the jar of food in your hand. You must be ready for all types of disasters.
Pink eyed peas are a mild tasting pea that looks a lot like a black eyed pea. We cook them similar to a black eye pea but with an added twist that helps bring out the mild flavor.
Some might not know the pink eyed pea but may know it by another name…purple hulled peas. This is a vegetable that I grew up shelling during the picking season. Mom would bring home bushel baskets full of purple hulled peas and we would spend our Saturdays shucking peas.
Learn to pressure can pink eyed peas for daily use and long-term food storage. Watch the video and download the recipe and instructions.
Pressure canning vegetables almost could not get any easier than dried black-eyed peas. Rinse the peas., add your spices and the peas. Add water and then place the lids and bands on the jars. Pressure can for 40 minutes and you now have black-eyed peas that taste better than anything you can get at your store and they cost less too.
Watch the video on this page and then download the PDF recipe to your local computer for future use.