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Practical Prepping Protocol even if Poor
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[quote:Lowkey Cyberpunk:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczNDEwMDI3XzQ5MzU2QzJF] [quote:Pooka:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczMzcxNDkwXzE5NTUyQUU3] Some here will recall my excitement the day I found a very old copper-bottomed tea kettle for almost nothing. Last evening my microwave quit - a very bad thing considering the meals which are delivered all have to be heated thusly, and that's how I make tea water daily, as well. So today after coffee I fetched out the new old tea kettle and can tell you it warmed the water very quickly on the electric stove and is almost comforting to have tea made that way! So happy I found and purchased it, way back before I knew the microwave would burst its bubble on a holiday weekend! [/quote] My coffee percolator is one of the old models that you set on any form of heat to brew. It won't save my life but it very well might save someone else... from a caffeine deprived me. Back in my off-grid childhood we would use aluminum wash basins to heat water for washing - dishes, clothes, ourselves. You could boil gallons at a time over a wood (gas, electric) stove or an open fire. Don't use galvanized steel! [/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.
This is probably the only prepping thread a person would need, whether long-time prepper here to share, or newbie prepper here to learn and everyone in between.
Welcome!! Join us! Learn! Teach! Enjoy!!
What you need to put in a good medical/first aid kit is listed on Page 99. Copy or even add to the list there.
Discussion of hand-held HAM radios, especially Baofeng, begins on page 145.
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