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Survival food : A morale-booster lesson from World War II

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“The day may have gone to hell, but if you think there’s a hot meal coming, that may be the high point. It gives you something familiar in a really bad situation.”

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A 55-gallon trash bag can make a quick, effective emergency shelter.

Video: Make a trash bag shelter part of your survival kit

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No piece of survival equipment is worth anything if you don’t have it with you! A trash bag shelter is compact, lightweight and convenient to carry. Consider including one in your survival kit!

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Prevent loss of small critical survival items by attaching a poptop, and securing them to a clip or lanyard.

Don’t lose your gear: Pop a top for equipment safety

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Hanging on to your survival tools can be critical. But many of the items are difficult to secure. Here’s how to use a pop top to secure just about anything.

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This standard money belt with zipper can carry several survival tools.

Make survival kits |Use a concealed money belt to carry survival gear

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A belt can do much more than hold up your pants. Work it right, and a standard money belt can be a component in your personal survival kit.

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Book Review: The Lodge Cast Iron Cookbook

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If you’re a hardcore outdoor cast iron cook, or a beginner wannabe, the new “Lodge Cast Iron Cookbook: A Treasury of Timeless, Delicious Recipes” is a must read.

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