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Alternative Uses For Honey

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When we speak of honey, the word sweet is usually not far behind. It’s because honey contains different types of sugars such as fructose, glucose, sucrose, and maltose. It is produced by bees from the nectar of flowers and stocked up for the long winter season. We, humans, then harvest …

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6 Survival Skills I Learned From My Grandpa

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Sometimes I daydream about the days when I was a kid and I used to live with my grandparents. No technology, no worries, just me and my grandpa doing something different very single day. My grandpa knew a lot about living a simple, sustainable life. He raised cows, pigs, chickens, …

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The Definitive Survival Essentials List

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Everyone knows they need to stock up on food and water for emergency situations. In fact, n a previous article I’ve included a list of the most important 37 foods to hoard for an emergency. Everyone’s heard about bug out bags and how they need to be stocked up with all the survival essentials. …

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Shipping Containers as Bunkers? Not So Fast…

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A recent trend has emerged with shipping containers. Preppers and survivalists have begun burying them to create makeshift bunkers. This may seem like a good idea. After all, the metallic walls of shipping containers are built to take a beating and protect what’s inside right? Well, not so fast. Shipping …

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The Bug Out Bag Essentials Shortlist

In response to a reader who wanted a shortlist of the bug out bag essentials list I made here, I came up with the most important items to consider for your bug out bag. Regardless of your age, sex, location, climate, medical condition, or disasters you have to face, if you’re new to prepping, …

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The Best Survival Lighters

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Some of us don’t leave home without one. Survival lighters, the fuel to your main source of warmth, food and even water. With the volume of choices though, how are you to pick the best? I always have at least a few with me in the outdoors as they’re also …

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How to Get Out of Handcuffs and Other Restraints

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We’ve all seen it in the movies: the hero gets captured by the villain’s henchmen and is either handcuffed or tied up, but somehow finds a way to break free of their bindings, escape, and go on to defeat the bad guys. This type of scenario may be viewed as …

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Bivy Bags

The nylon layer of a tent that lies between you and the outdoors disappears leaving you completely immersed in your surroundings. Starry skies, the sunrise and the breeze on your face are completely open to your view and only enhance the experience with a liberating sensation of what it is …

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How to raise sheep

Sheep would have to rank among the most common grazing animals in the world. They are extremely versatile and adaptable and are raised for wool, meat, skin, and milk. Raising your own sheep is an extremely enjoyable experience, as well as an excellent way to keep the grass down, turn …

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What To Do When You’re Lost

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Being lost is one of those ‘worst nightmare’ situations that can easily happen – even in your own city. Post disaster, when everything around you is dramatically changed or reduced to rubble, you could find yourself swept along in a crowd of panic-stricken people. When you get a moment to …

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Cooking At Your Bug Out Location

Wherever you go in the world, even Mars, I can bet that 99% of the time the best cooks are men. The same theory should apply when cooking at your bug out location, right? Obviously, that’s not the point of today’s article. I mean it’s not a contest of who’s …

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What do you think about us?

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So, what do you think about SurvivalSullivan.com? We’ve been growing a lot recently because we’ve been adding content like crazy and, people seem to like it. 🙂 Do you? We’ve been so busy lately that decided to take a break and listen to you. We want to know what you think about our articles. We …

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Bushcraft Tools Must Haves

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In our comfy Western civilization few people choose the bush as home. Knowing how to live off the land and away from urban conveniences is a set of skills that have largely died out. But what if society collapses to the point that you have to survive in the bush …

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Why Make Your Own Alcohol for Post-SHTF

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Note: for specific advice on how to make beer, wine, and whiskey, check out this other article on making alcohol. It’s very important to prepare for both short term and long term emergencies. Especially when preparing for the long term, you’ll want to make sure that you have enough items set …

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How Should People With Disabilities Prepare

Prepping is cumbersome for anyone, but for those who are disabled, even a simple bugout can be a challenge. Ultimately, if you or a family member is disabled, then prepping will take careful planning above and beyond what the average prepper has to deal with. There are simply so many …

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Tactical Home Defense

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Let’s begin today’s article with a little known factoid. According to an official statistic from the US Department of Justice, sixty percent of rapes and 38% of assaults are occurring in the aftermath of home invasions. If you’re not worried yet, stay tuned for more news, because things get even …

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How to Prepare For the Coming Clash of Civilizations

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In a previous article I gave you enough scary videos about radical Islam and the waves of immigrants in Europe to keep you awake at night for the next couple of weeks. Yes, it’s all scary because things we never thought could possibly happen in our “civilized world” are now the norm. …

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Shocking Videos about Radical Islam and Its Impact on Our World

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Europe is under siege. As I’m writing this, dozens of thousands of immigrants/refugees are seeking asylum from the war in Syria and other parts of the Middle East and Africa. The majority of them are Muslim and, as you probably know, Christians and Muslims don’t get along very well (though there are plenty …

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How To Sharpen Your Survival Knife

updated Apr 21st 2017 by Eric W. Eichenberger A dull knife is about as useful as a fork in a survival situation. It is extremely important to keep your knife sharp and as close to peak condition as possible. To constantly have your blade in cutting shape, you must carry and …

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How to Make Your Own Alcohol for Post-SHTF [VIDEO]

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Alcohol has been made, used, and consumed by people for thousands of years. For example, cereal grains were used to make beer in Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt. Later on, the Greeks and the Romans began producing wine and used it as a part of their social and religious traditions …

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