Prepper Post Roundup

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Don't have time to look for great posts this week?

No problem.

Here are a few of my favorite prepper posts this week. Check them out, then leave me a comment and tell me what you thought!

Bug Out Vehicle: What Do You Do If You Can't Drive?
Prep for SHTF has an interesting post on how to handle being unable to drive. This post is designed to help in an insane situation where you need to leave the city you're staying in. Think zombie apocalypse, horrible weather, long-term power outage, whatever. I know from personal experience that when you're in a bad situation and you want to get out of town, sometimes by the time you decide to leave, it's simply too late. This post shows you what to do.

8 Survival Uses for Cheesecloth
Another Prep for SHTF post this week that was really interesting. Cheesecloth: what can you do with it? More importantly, how can you use it in prepping? Prior to this post, I had never considered using this for a survival tool.

The Myth of Serving Sizes in Packaged Emergency Food
Backdoor Survival has an interesting guest post on survival food. If you're a prepper who likes packaged foods, you might not be stocking up as much as you think you are. Find out what you need to know to be truly prepared in this post.

21 Items to Stockpile for Pandemic Survival
Modern Survival Blog has an interesting post. This is actually an older one from 2014 that I found linked from a newer blog, but the information is still pretty valuable. Whether you're concerned about a virus going around or the possibility of a future outbreak, consider what you should have on hand to survive.

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