I’m NOT what some people would call a Doomsday prepper. I don’t think the world is going to end anytime soon, but I do believe that all of us will end up facing some hardships during our lifetime.
Me personally…this is what I prep for. I don’t like to place my family’s lives in the hands of others. I like to think I am in charge of my own destiny, just as our grandparents and great-grandparents were in charge of theirs.
They stockpiled food for winter and for dark times. They created their own remedies from wild plants so when they couldn’t afford meds during the Great Depression, they could still treat injuries and diseases.
I deeply think that the crisis we are all prepping for is what folks 150 years ago called daily life:
What it basically comes down to is that previous generations were a lot more self-reliant than we are. That’s why America has never been more vulnerable than it is today.
Progress has brought us so many good things, but in many ways, things used to be much better. We are smarter—but we’re not wiser. We own more stuff—but it’s stuff we don’t really need. And we live longer lives—but we’re not healthier.
The peace and solitude I’ve enjoyed here have been put to good use! I was finally able to publish The Lost Super Foods and save the lost recipes and survival food knowledge of our forefathers for future generations.
My ultimate goal with this guide is to have everyone set up their very own reliable, long-lasting stockpile in their household and learn how to cook and preserve their food for their family.
I hope that today, you will become one too.