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Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping, Interview with Author Cal Wilson

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Doctor Prepper™ interviews a new author in the preparedness non-fiction genre, Cal Wilson.

Cal is a Christian, a patriot, a gun-owner, and a prepper. He is also a practicing attorney and has been involved in law enforcement for more than 20 years. He lives in an undisclosed location west of the Mississippi River with his wife and various family members.

Wilson’s first book is entitled Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping, which has been a very successful seller inpaperback and in Kindle formats. The complete title is: Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping: Cheap Stuff You Can Stockpile Now That Will Be Extremely Valuable When SHTF.

Dirt Cheap… assumes the average family will not be able to stockpile everything needed for enduring a worst-case scenario. Rather, it suggests increasing the amounts of certain items for barter for other needed items when the need arises.

Prepping needn't be expensive. By knowing some of the tricks of the prepping “trade,” you can save lots of money by just being aware of some of these tips:

  • Dryer lint––makes an easy fire starter component so you can cook, purify water, or take a bath
  • Salt––one of the most common kitchen products, but is worth its weight in gold in making food tasty and preserving meats when there is no refrigeration
  • Bottled water––essential for short-term disasters when there is no tap water
  • Used milk containers––use for non-potable water storage, such as flushing toilets or watering plants
  • Used bottle drink containers––use for potable water storage, or for storing dried foods
  • Addiction items––what items (tobacco, liquor, etc.) to store for barter in case of a longer-term disaster

 

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