Eric Raue

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Garlic Mustard Pesto: The Perfect Recipe For Foragers

Garlic Mustard Pesto: The Perfect Recipe For Foragers

Garlic mustard is an invasive plant that, thankfully, is edible and extremely healthful, and can be used in a variety of dishes. My favorite use for it, however, is a…

A Prepper’s Guide: The Best Way to Store Herbs

A Prepper’s Guide: The Best Way to Store Herbs

In addition to being healthful, herbs are a great way to add flavor to dishes, create a relaxing and invigorating tea, or use topically as medicinal remedies. But with a…

Top 10 Best Wild Berries for Foragers

Top 10 Best Wild Berries for Foragers

Wild berries are an elusive fruit. They appear for a short period during summer and fall, and then seem to disappear just as quickly. Their period of perfect ripeness moves…

Top 5 Coffee Substitutes to Forage When SHTF

Top 5 Coffee Substitutes to Forage When SHTF

When the SHTF, assuming you are able to manage to create a stable situation where you are able to survive day-to-day, those small comforts of life are what you’ll really…

Why and How to Grow Green Onions

Why and How to Grow Green Onions

There are plenty of good reasons to learn to grow green onions. In fact, there are more and more reasons to grow your own food. The recent E. coli outbreak…

Guide to Using Cattails: A Survivalist’s Dream Plant

Guide to Using Cattails: A Survivalist’s Dream Plant

As all survivalists know, Mother Nature provides everything that human beings need to sustain life. From food to shelter and everything in between, knowing how to use various plants, animals,…

Augason Farms vs Legacy Food Storage: Long-Term Food Storage Comparison

Augason Farms vs Legacy Food Storage: Long-Term Food Storage Comparison

Beans and rice is a food combination long known for being a low-cost and nutritionally potent. For both of those reasons, it’s a combo you see very often in long-term…

Foraging Guide: The Best Wild Spinach Alternatives

Foraging Guide: The Best Wild Spinach Alternatives

When you tell people you forage for wild edible plants, one of the first questions you often get is, “What can you actually cook with this stuff?” The general impression…