Category Archives: Food

Big Corporations Have An OVERWHELMING Amount Of Power Over Our Food Supply

From our fields to our forks, huge corporations have an overwhelming amount of power over our food supply every step of the way.  Right now there are more than 313 million people living in the United States, and the job … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with this Chart – June 24, 2014?

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Cadbury chocolate cleared in Malaysia after pork scare

Further tests on Cadbury chocolate bars found no traces of pig DNA, a Malaysian minister said Monday, after earlier positive results of the halal-certified confectionaries sparked a scare in several Muslim countries. Cadbury pulled its Dairy Milk hazelnut and Dairy … Continue reading

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Dust In The Wind: Dust Bowl Conditions Have Returned To Kansas, Oklahoma And North Texas

by Michael Snyder When American explorers first traveled through north Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, they referred to it as “the Great American Desert” and they doubted that anyone would ever be able to farm it.  But as history has shown, … Continue reading

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Exclusive: Deadly pig virus re-infects U.S. farm, fuels supply fears

An Indiana farm has become the first to confirm publicly it suffered a second outbreak of a deadly pig virus, fueling concerns that a disease that has wiped out 10 percent of the U.S. hog population will be harder to … Continue reading

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Guardian556 – Dandelions, Lambs Quarter and Wood Sorrel

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Judge a Prepper by the Scarecrow that He Keeps

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Dehydration 101

From Heritage Lifeskills III in Waynesville, NC on May 17th, 2014.

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A few homemade insecticides and repellent recipes

Although prevention is in the beginning of insect control(companion planting, cleanliness, healthy and disease resistant plants), insecticides can come in handy at some points. With that in mind I developed this short guide to insecticides to help you choose the … Continue reading

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The Meat Crisis Is Here: Price Of Shrimp Up 61% – 7 Million Pigs Dead – Beef At All-Time High

By Michael Snyder As the price of meat continues to skyrocket, will it soon be considered a “luxury item” for most American families?  This week we learned that the price of meat in the United States rose at the fastest … Continue reading

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Report: Food Prices Skyrocket: “We’re Going to Have a Major Problem Coming Into the Fall”

While government statisticians claim robust growth, recent data points suggest otherwise. Consumers are quickly running out of money, home sales have collapsed and hit their biggest drop in three years, there are more Americans out of the labor force than ever before, and one third … Continue reading

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What Food Inflation?

Source Incidentally, the last time food prices spiked by this much in one month, the resulting Arab Spring wave of revolutions tumbled governments across north Africa and the middle east. Keep a close eye on those who are not exactly … Continue reading

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Bacon prices rise, package shrinks

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Italy Facing Massive Wave of Illegal Immigration

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The Backbone of Survival: How You Eat

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What Are You Doing to Eat?

One of the government’s sleight of hand accounting tricks is to exclude the price of food and energy when they calculate the rate of inflation. I suspect we all know the reason for their actions. But now people are actually … Continue reading

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Are You Ready For The Price Of Food To More Than Double By The End Of This Decade?

By Michael Snyder Do you think that the price of food is high now?  Just wait.  If current trends continue, many of the most common food items that Americans buy will cost more than twice as much by the end … Continue reading

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Why Meat Prices Are Going To Continue Soaring For The Foreseeable Future

by Michael Snyder The average price of USDA choice-grade beef has soared to $5.28 a pound, and the average price of a pound of bacon has skyrocketed to $5.46.  Unfortunately for those that like to eat meat, this is just the … Continue reading

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When Will the Propaganda Stop?

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation The examples below show how the media can provide two separate pictures of our economy. People who are working (paying taxes) know the reality: food is up 19% in the first quarter of … Continue reading

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The Real Inflation Fear – US Food Prices Are Up 19% In 2014

We are sure the weather is to blame but what happens when pent-up demand (from a frosty east coast emerging from its hibernation) bumps up against a drought-stricken west coast unable to plant to meet that demand? The spot price (not futures … Continue reading

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Do you have a grinder?

From YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/katzcradul A look at the Country Living, Wonder Mill JR and Universal 500 grain mill.

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31 Percent Of All Food In America Is Wasted – And Why That Is About To End

By Michael Snyder According to a stunning new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, nearly a third of all food produced in the United States gets wasted.  We are probably the most wasteful society in the history of the … Continue reading

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How to Beat Coming Killer Food Shortages

 A pipe emerges from dried and cracked earth that used to be the bottom of the Almaden Reservoir on January 28, 2014 in San Jose, California. Now in its third straight year of drought conditions, California is experiencing its driest … Continue reading

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Feds Withhold Water To California Farmers For First Time In 54 Years

The US Bureau of Reclamation released its first outlook of the year and finds insufficient stock is available in California to release irrigation water for farmers. This is the first time in the 54 year history of the State Water … Continue reading

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15 Reasons Why Your Food Bill Is Going To Start SOARING

By Michael Snyder Did you know that the U.S. state that produces the most vegetables is going through the worst drought it has ever experienced and that the size of the total U.S. cattle herd is now the smallest that … Continue reading

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U.S. Cattle Herd Is At A 61 Year Low And Organic Food Shortages Are Being Reported All Over America

If the extreme drought in the western half of the country keeps going, the food supply problems that we are experiencing right now are only going to be the tip of the iceberg.  As you will see below, the size … Continue reading

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Crisis Reality: “Within An Hour the Stores Were Emptied”

When toxic chemicals spilled into the Elk River in Charleston, West Virginia a couple of weeks ago we got another glimpse into what the world might look like in the aftermath of a major, widespread disaster. There were several lessons we can … Continue reading

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Jebadiah Fisher Garden Seed

Whether you’re planning your garden for the 2014 growing season or making long-term plans to ensure sustainable food production in uncertain times, we have what you need.  Customize your seed selection for heirloom veggies, melons and herbs. Our selections are … Continue reading

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Prepper Festival in New Castle, Virginia (April 19, 2014) – Now Accepting Vendors

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Prepper (noun) – A person who is prepared, or striving to be prepared for incident, natural disaster, etc. A person actively preparing or being prepared for situations that may affect the stability of home, life, or financial situation. Planners of the … Continue reading

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European Commission To Ban Heirloom Seeds and Criminalize Plants & Seeds Not Registered With Government

The European Commission is changing the European Union’s plant legislation, apparently to enhance food safety across the continent. This move has sparked a heavy  opposition from many, saying that the measure will threaten seed diversity and favour large agrochemical businesses. … Continue reading

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Now That Obama Is Allowing Chicken From China, What Will That Do To The Chicken Industry?

Do you know what is in your chicken nuggets?  Thanks to Barack Obama, that is going to be a more important question than ever.  At the end of August, the Obama administration quietly decided to start allowing Chinese poultry processors … Continue reading

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Comfort food now and for WROL

From YouTube: http://www.whirleypopshop.com/stoveto… Popcorn is a great food to store in your short and long term food plan. Can be used for a healthy snack or grind into corn meal. My daughter gave this to me for Christmas years ago. There … Continue reading

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Ten Most Common Emergency Food Fails

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EPA Reduces Ethanol Requirement

The Environmental Protection Agencyslashed the amount of ethanol that oil refiners must blend into the country’s gasoline supply for the first time Friday after months of intense lobbying by the biofuel and oil industries. The EPA had increased the amount of … Continue reading

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How are you going to cook all that food?

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Exclusive Clip: American Blackout: “There’s Someone At The Fence… They Want Food”

This Sunday night the National Geographic Channel will be airing the premier of their new full length post-collapse feature film. Gridlock… Fires… Looting… Panic… All unfolding in real-time. If a cyber attack took down the national power grid, would you be … Continue reading

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Should Catholics Be Preppers?

I have a confession to make.  This is difficult for me, but there is no other way to say it other than to say it. I am a prepper. Yup.  I am Catholic and I am a prepper or maybe … Continue reading

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47 Million Food Stamp Recipients Are Having Their Benefits Cut Back On November 1st

47.6 million Americans are about to have their food stamp benefits cut, and most of them have absolutely no idea that it is about to happen.  Needless to say, a lot of them are going to be very angry when … Continue reading

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The Time to Learn How to Hunt for Survival is Now

Imagine pulling up to your local grocery store after work. You are surprised to find the parking lot empty. Curious, you walk in to investigate only to find all the fresh produce, milk, and other perishable aisles are empty. Even … Continue reading

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Ben Swann Reality Check: Monsanto and Crony Capitalism

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