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Practical Prepping Protocol even if Poor
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[quote:Lowkey Cyberpunk:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczMzA0MDI0XzdGM0JCM0NC] [quote:Kamchatka:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczMjk5NDQ5XzY0RkZBOTI1] I use organic stevia all the time. Since it's a plant and not a chemical concoction, it doesn't seem to have the physical effects - but, of course, your mileage may vary. It is not difficult to grow, but I'd grow more rather than less, because sweet stuff may be at a premium and being able to trade some might make you "rich" in the SHTF world. [/quote] Maybe this weekend I'll pick up some stevia and try it. Not like I need no-calorie sweeteners but if I can tolerate it then I can recommend it to others. You aren't wrong about sweet stuff being a trade good. Sugar and honey can keep a wound from becoming infected or preserve food. There are all kinds of sources - bees, maple (and other trees) syrup, sugar cane and sugar beets. Oh, and I've heard reports from the hills of Appalachia of "orange powder", a substitute for black powder in flintlocks. Haven't run across how it's made yet but I know that sugar of some sort is used. [/quote]
Continuation of another thread of wonderful people with the best ever ideas for practical prepping even for those with little money.
We discuss power outages including CME and EMP, heating and cooking methods, first aid, foods; we run disaster scenarios to see if we know what to do.
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Discussion of hand-held HAM radios, especially Baofeng, begins on page 145.
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