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72 Hour Bug Out Bags

72 Hour Bug Out Bags We’ve written about 72-hour kits (also known as Bug-Out Bags/Kits) and it’s a common theme on any survivalist website. You can buy a backpack such as THESE and start building your own kits or you can buy one pre-assembled such as the one’s we’ve found and listed HERE, and then […]

Kitchens: Your Biggest Fire Hazard

Kitchens: Your Biggest Fire Hazard Fire Safety Checklist One of the most common causes of residential fires is unattended cooking. The National Fire Protection Association has statistics showing that 40% of all house fires are caused by cooking related incidents. Even children can get involved in fire prevention so during some of your family meetings […]

Getting a Smoke Alarm and Fire Extinguisher for Your Home.

Fire Safety Checklist Getting a Smoke Alarm and Fire Extinguisher for Your Home. Residential fires are one of the most likely dangers you may have to face. The absolute, most important thing you can do to help protect your family is get smoke alarms installed throughout your dwelling. Home fires are the most likely disaster […]

Emergency Rations

    Food storage is an important part of being prepared for an emergency. In this section of RightWingInk, we are going to discuss various different aspects of food storage, from stocking your bug-out bag or 72-hour emergency kit, to preparing to keep your family fed for weeks, months, or even a year. There are different requirements for each goal […]

Canning Basics: Step One Science

Canning Basics: Step One Science By Chef D | Published 8/19/2011   So you’ve considered home canning. There are lots of good reasons for home canning – from avoiding chemical preservatives, to creating homemade gifts, to making it a part of your survival plan.   Before embarking on this endeavor, it is important to know how to […]