Egg Substitutions in Recipes

Egg substitution in a recipe is a common occurrence. Whether it be for health reasons, culture, personal beliefs, or you just plain ran out of eggs, there are many different options that you can use and probably have on hand in your pantry. These substitutions will give you almost the same end result, depending on... Read More

Preparing Your Home Against a Wildfire

Wildfires are one of the most common natural disasters in the United States. On average, there are more than 100,000 wildfires that burn 4 to 5 million acres across the country each year. Ninety percent of these fires are caused by humans with the most fire-prone regions being in the north-western states, like California, Washington... Read More

Storing Meats and Proteins in Your Food Storage

Protein is an important part of our diet and necessary to have in your food storage. For many people the majority of protein comes from meat, fish, and poultry. In the past, these foods have been difficult to store because of the limited options of preservation. Canned and dried meats like tuna and beef jerky... Read More

An In-Depth Look at the Freeze-Drying Process

Freeze-drying is a process that has revolutionized the food storage industry. With this process you can store any kind of food, including fruits, vegetables, meats, and dairy products. You can even freeze dry entire meals. However, the freeze-drying process can be very delicate.
What is freeze-drying?
Freeze-drying, also known as lyophilisation, is a reliable food preservation process... Read More

8 Kinds of Bird Eggs You Can Eat

Eggs are one of the most nutritious foods in the world. They contain proteins, vitamins, and fats that we need to stay healthy. We most commonly think of chicken eggs as being edible and it is the main egg we eat in our diet. However, there are many other types of edible eggs with varying... Read More

Build Your Own Rabbit Hutch

There are two basic ways to build a rabbit hutch. One is with an outdoor self-contained hutch. These typically have wooden frames and wire cages, and two to four rabbits are kept in each of the hutches.
These units are portable and can be moved around in the shade to keep the rabbits cool in... Read More

Build Your Own Wind-Powered Water Pump

One of the most important jobs when you’re growing your own food is ensuring that your garden is getting an adequate supply of water. If you are in a situation that requires you to grow a lot of your own food, keeping the garden watered by hand can be a time-consuming job.

Following an economic collapse... Read More

How to Survive with Nothing But a Knife

We want to be as prepared as possible with all of the necessary gear we might need for any situation, but there is one tool that is the most important factor for survival: the knife. Survival takes both knowledge and experience, and if you know how to effectively use a knife, surviving with nothing else... Read More

Beat the Heat

The summer months bring with them no school, family vacations, and frozen treats. But they also bring rising temperatures and a blazing hot sun. Although the heat makes for ideal pool time, it can also bring heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and even heat strokes.
The heat can be uncomfortable and it can also be dangerous. Either... Read More

Gift Ideas for Dad

Father’s Day is coming up, have you bought your gift for Dad yet? You could always stick with the typical tie that you’ve given him for the past few years now, or you could go with something a little more imaginative.
The Ready Store has gift options for all kinds of dads, and with a one-of-a-kind... Read More

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