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Survival Gear Review: MSR Whisperlite Stove

The MSR Whisperlite stove is one of my favorite stoves – especially in cold weather.  It's light weight and uses white gas stove fuel which you can get at any outdoor store or from Amazon.  The best part is that it is made in America.  The bottle you store the fuel in is pressurized by… Read More

Survival Coffee

Every morning I take the pulse of the planet by brewing a cup of coffee.  As the second most traded commodity on earth, and the number one imported food item in the United States, coffee is a major indicator of how smoothly the world is turning.  Any hints of social collapse will hit coffee faster… Read More

The Romance and Reality of Survival Fishing

Most of us have never needed to catch a fish to save our life.  Finding food in a survival situation, whether hunted, fished or foraged, is nothing more than a accountant's balance sheet where calories are added and subtracted all day long, and you are the accountant. by Doc Montana, a contributing author of SurvivalCache.com… Read More

Quick Tips for Dehydrating Food

Over the years I have tried dehydrating various foods.  I have done fruits, vegetables, meats and shrimp.  Some of the items I will continue to dehydrate and some I will write off as a learning experience.   By Dave H, a reader of SurvivalCache.com When thinking about dehydrating food for a survival situation, you most… Read More

Survival Gear Review: Emmrod Fishing Pole

I do a lot of hiking in the back-country of Colorado and come across a lot of small streams and lakes.  I always thought it would be great to have a small, lightweight rod and reel to fish for trout while I'm exploring.  My wait is over. By Murphy, a contributing author of SurvivalCache.com Forge Survival… Read More

Survival Eating: Part 3

This started as an article on foraging wild edible and medicinal plants.  Then Schoeny asked about a “Wild Garden” on the SurvivalCache forum and my mind started asking questions: 1) Why do we just forage what has grown? 2) Why can’t we plant and harvest the very same plants we look for? By Regulator5, a… Read More

Survival Gear Review: Richmoor Hash Browns O’Brien

On a cold spring day in Zion National Park, we woke during our practice bug out exercise with the need for some ‘hot’ food.  As the water was being boiled over the open fire and the hot chocolate found; Richmoor’s Hash Brown O’Brien was also grabbed. By the SurvivalCache.com team Instructions were easy, boil water. … Read More

Survival Eating: Part 2

We all bring skills, experience and education to the discussion, which is what makes our “neighborhood” so great.  These assets differ by person and age group, but that adds to the diversity needed for new ideas and creating a balanced outlook. By Regulator5, a SurvivalCache contributor Read Part 1: Survival Eating My prepping began as… Read More

Survival Gear Review: Mainstay 3600 Food Ration

When we started researching emergency food more than two years ago we found that most foods out there fit into 4 categories.  Freeze Dried, MREs, Long Term Staples (rice, beans, flour, etc) and Food Bars.  In the Food Bar category we found one that stood out. By the SurvivalCache.com Team The Mainstay line of emergency… Read More

Survival Eating

Food is not just a source of energy and sustenance, but a comfort item as well. When you are hungry, morale goes down and chances of survival dwindle.  There will be several opportunities to find food after the supermarkets close, you just need to know where to look and what tools to have. By Regulator5… Read More

Tail Risk

Tail Risk - Definition: A form of portfolio risk that arises when the possibility that an investment will move more than three standard deviations from the mean is greater than what is shown by a normal distribution. By the SurvivalCache.com Team Tail Risk is a term, that until a few years ago, very few outside… Read More