• 00:58

    What to consider about dehydrating, rehydrating, and canning

    in Education

    Preparing For Life's Storms! on American Preppers Radio! Tuesdays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Visit our Chat Room and Listen at: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/ What to consider about dehydrating, rehydrating, and canning. On this episode of Preparing for Life’s Storms I will be answering those questions. Questions like; How much water do I use? Does it need to be boiling or just hot or can I use cold water? How much dehydrated corn does it take to make a cup of corn? The list is long but without the right answers the results can be disastrous. So join us and listen in to have these and any other questions you may have answered. If you already process your own food or are just getting started this is a show you will not want to miss. Visit our Host! http://www.youtube.com/user/BexarPrepper http://facebook.com/P4LStorms
    Tags: Prepper Broadcasting, American Preppers,BexarPrepper, bugging out or bugging in

  • 00:56

    Cat Chat & Dog Talk/Pet Food Advisors: Giving Thanks; Dehydrating Pet Food

    in Pets

    On CAT CHAT & DOG TALK, Dr. V talks about giving thanks for the not-so-pleasant things that happen in life and can transform us for the better. Then on PET FOOD ADVISORS, Why dry things out? What is gained -– or lost -– by dehydrating pet food ingredients?

  • 00:15

    Why Water? What happens when your WELL goes DRY!

    in Education

    Health Educator Victoria Willard loves to teach and educate people on Healthy Lifestyle Solutions.  She assists people in assessing where their health is at and then  incorporates the  Super Foods Program which includes diet, exercise and emotional healing. 


    Today Victoria will be speaking on the importance of water to the body. Many of us think we are thirsty when the mouth becomes dry. This is a last stage situation and is often seen after a heavy meal.    General Dehydration Symptoms can include; Tired, flushed, irritable, anxious, dejected, depressed, not sleeping well, heavy headed, fear of  crowds, fear of leaving the house.  If any of these pertain to you then you may be dehydrated and need water.


    This program is for educational purposes.  Visit my site at www.naturalhealthcommunity.org/kathydeane for more Healthy Insights.  AND remember Health is Wealth and thank you for Taking Action For Your Healthy  www.TAFYH.com

  • 00:52

    The Joy of Dehydrating Foods! Recipes and tips

    in Food

    Have you ever thought of Dehydrated Foods as being your answer to delicious, healthy, easy to store, budget saving meals? Our guest for this week’s Family Food Experts Kitchen show, Chef Jenny Ross, author of Simply Dehydrated, owner and executive chef of the living-foods restaurants “118 Degrees” in CA, is a master of turning dehydrated fruits and vegetables into delectable wraps, breads, desserts recipes and so much more.  She will share the need-to-know tips on choosing a dehydrator that best suits you. Plus she will address common questions about how to shop and prep produce, as well as dehydrate it for the perfect texture. From a breakfast Easy Granola, to a Coconut Crisp Bread and  Strawberry Wrap, Chef Jenny Ross will fill you up with family-friendly, yummy, healthy recipes.

  • 00:30

    Preparedness Moment: Everyday Food Storage Every Day -Week 1

    in Prepping

    Week 1 Assignment:


    Task 1  Take 10% of your weekly grocery expenditure and put it in a jar


    Task 2   learn about dehydrating if you don’t know already, especially putting together dehydrated meals in jars or in mylar/plastic


    Task 3    inventory your existing food supply.


    First step is to take charge of your existing food storage and any food goods you have you may not think of as food storage. The reason we do this is so you know where you stand currently and as a mind set trainer. This is your responsibility entirely! Buck up and get the job done.


    Some reference helps for this


    Compare recipe management software  http://www.livingcookbook.com/product/recipe-software-reviews.aspx


    Great sites to learn about dehydrated meals and meals in a jar/mylar bag, etc...


    Chef Tess


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nl52OvstzM


    linda's Pantry


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcI7SqVeUhs


    If you havent already...check out Wendi DeWitts 2 week menu plan


    wendi DeWitt


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOLuIApyNPc


     


     


     

  • 00:59

    Food Storage, Prepared Canadian -Replay-

    in Education

    Food Storage, Prepared Canadian -Replay-
    The Prepared Canadian
    on American Preppers Radio!
    Saturday
    7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/
    Every prepper should have food storage from a variety of methods.  Store bought canned and dry goods, home canned fruits, vegetables, and meats, dehydrated produce, MREs, and of course, freeze dried meals.  Of course, buying extra food at the grocery store is easy…just buy more of what you already buy on a regular basis and your personal likes and dislikes won’t be an issue.  Home canning and dehydrating are also easy ways to control what you store.  MREs are, well, pretty good these days actually.  But how about those freeze dried meals?  How long do they store?  Are they difficult to prepare? What menu options are there?  What about allergens?


    These are all perfectly legitimate questions,and luckily I have been sent a sample pack of Legacy Premium freeze dried meals to check out for you…courtesy of Total Prepare Inc.


    This week I’ll look at just how freeze dried meals like these can fit into every preppers food storage plan and how they stand up to being left alone at a bug out location deep in our Canadian climate.
    Visit the Prepared Canadian blog: Go Here!
    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:59

    Food storage from a variety of methods!

    in Education

    The Prepared Canadian
    on American Preppers Radio!
    Saturday
    7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to:http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    Every prepper should have food storage from a variety of methods.  Store bought canned and dry goods, home canned fruits, vegetables, and meats, dehydrated produce, MREs, and of course, freeze dried meals.  Of course, buying extra food at the grocery store is easy…just buy more of what you already buy on a regular basis and your personal likes and dislikes won’t be an issue.  Home canning and dehydrating are also easy ways to control what you store.  MREs are, well, pretty good these days actually.  But how about those freeze dried meals?  How long do they store?  Are they difficult to prepare? What menu options are there?  What about allergens?


    These are all perfectly legitimate questions,and luckily I have been sent a sample pack of Legacy Premium freeze dried meals to check out for you…courtesy of Total Prepare Inc.


    This week I’ll look at just how freeze dried meals like these can fit into every preppers food storage plan and how they stand up to being left alone at a bug out location deep in our Canadian climate.


    Visit the Prepared Canadian blog: Go Here!


    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:54

    The Best Teacher in Life is Life Itself~

    in Education

    The Prepared Canadian
    on American Preppers Radio!
    Saturday
    7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to:
    http://prepperbroadcasting.com/


    A big part of my prepping recently has been centered around communications. I’ll discuss how and why I used FRS radios, CB radios, and my weatheradio. Also, having just completed my HAM radio course I’ll let you know what to expect if you’re thinking of getting your certificate. Also, I’ll tell you about my experiences with gardening, which has turned out to be a much longer setup period than I though and took a much bigger learning curve than I ever thought I would need. I’ll talk a bit about dehydrating food with my almost new Excalibur dehydrator and how it compares to other methods of food storage like home canning.


    Last, but certainly not least, I’ll talk about the two day power failure we went through this fall and tell you about all the lessons I learned about how much energy I needed in comparison to how much I thought I would use. Don’t worry though, it all worked out in the end in regards to fuel storage, and I’ll tell you why.
    Visit the Prepared Canadian blog: Go Here!


    Tags: Prepper Broadcasting, American Preppers, Ro

  • 00:54

    Root cellars! Knowing you can feed your family!

    in Education

    The Prepared Canadian


    on American Preppers Radio!


    Saturday


    *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt


    Live Listen and Chat go to:


    http://prepperbroadcasting.com/


    As preppers, we spend a great amount of time learning how to store food. Each method has it’s pitfalls though; canning requires a lot of time over the stove and dehydrating can be a long process that requires a good deal of electricity. Solar dehydrating is barely an option for us in Canada as humidity levels are high and temperatures are low in the fall when the most produce is ready. Sure, there’s always the freeze dried option, but that can get expensive.


    The answer "Root Cellar"! There are surprisingly few considerations to keep in mind when setting up a root cellar and this week, we will take a look at what those considerations are, as well as compare root cellaring to other methods of food storage.
    Visit the Prepared Canadian blog: Go Here! 


    Tags: Prepper Broadcasting, American Preppers, Root Cellat, The Prepared

  • 01:00

    Preserving the summer Harvest!

    in Education


    Preparing For Lifes Storms!

    on American Preppers Radio!

    Live Listen and Better Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    You found this great sale at the store, roast beef and carrots and you're not sure what method would be the best approach. That's a question that many people have; how do I know which method to utilize for with product? Come join BexarPrepper on Preparing for Life's Storms. We will talk about this and any dehydrating or canning questions you have. Like can you can brussel sprouts or would dehydration be better suited? Or do I can my potatoes or dehydrate them? Bexar may not have all the answers but with 35+ years' experience in canning and dehydrating she will do her best to answer what she can.

    Follow BexarPrepper’s YouTube Videos:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/BexarPrepper

     

    Tags: Preparing For Lifes Storms Selfreliance, Awareness, Preserving, Storing, Canning, Dehydrating
     

  • 01:01

    Survival Mom Radio: Preparedness for pets

    in Prepping

    On this episode of Survival Mom Radio, Lisa Bedford interviews Dr. Laura Madsen DVM, and they discuss how to prepare for emergencies when you have animals, both pets and livestock and what should be in a pet emergency kit. Laura shares what many communities have done to prepare for animals, following the experience of Hurricane Katrina.
    Additionally, Lisa talks about how to stay motivated as a prepper and the role emotions play, along with tips for cooking and dehydrating hash browns. Tune in to The Survival Mom Radio Network!

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