Monday Musings 11/4/2013

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Welcome to another Monday Musings where we share blog updates and interesting links.

First the updates:

Blog schedule  I spent some time this past week making a schedule for all the upcoming product and book reviews, and the calendar is getting packed – full until February 2014.  With a full work schedule at my job, and running this blog, I’ve had to decline a few requests due to the time crunch.

Who won  Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living? 

“Mamabear” won the giveaway of the book:  She commented: 

Currently, we save our scraps to give to my parents pigs and chickens. In exchange, we get farm fresh eggs. I save veggie bits (celery and carrot ends, onion peels, etc) and make my own veggie stock. The leftover veggies can still be fed to animals so there is 0 waste!

She did bring up a good question about whether Apartment Prepper shares winner information with anyone, and the answer to that is no, we do not share winner information other than for mailing purposes.  If I am mailing the item myself, then I just use the address once and delete it.  So if you win again, I’d have to ask you for your address all over again.  Sometimes the publisher or company sponsor mails the item directly; and in either case I always mention this to the recipient in advance.

Don’t forget to enter  

Berkey Sport Bottle and Water Testing Kit Giveaway!

It ends at midnight tonight.

 

 

Now for the links…

Health related podcasts.   I got an email from Keith who runs Family Survival Radio     He’d had some major health issues and resulting changes in his life, but he has recovered and is back.  Check out Family Survival Radio for free podcasts on various health related topics – based on his research on nutritional therapies for over 100 additional major problems from AIDS to Varicose Veins.  He also runs http://www.onecancercure.com/

Common sense advice  No fear-mongering, just plain good advice on preparing yourself.  See Economic Collapse Preparation

Flying the friendly skies

 Security check now starts long before you fly

 New TSA Pre-Crime Assesment Digs Deep Into Your Records

You can make sliders from acorns Gourmet Foraging and Advanced Acorn Processing

Stockpile or find substitutes  Personal hygiene items will eventually run out, it’s good to know a few substitutes.  See For The Ladies

Safeguard Armor Giveaway – We are not affiliated but for readers who are interested, I just got word that Safeguard Armor is giving away one of their new models of body armor.  For details, see www.facebook.com/safeguardarmour

Take care and have a great week everyone!

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Self Sufficient Saturdays: Cookware You’ll Never Have to Replace

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cast-iron-cookwareMy favorite survival cookware are cast iron pans.  For anyone who is unfamiliar with cast iron, they are the black heavy iron pans that have been around for hundreds of years.

My mother-in-law actually introduced me to cast iron pans.  Whenever I helped her cook anything in her kitchen, I marveled at how her cast iron pans cooked everything so well.

Why I like them so much:

  • They distribute heat evenly
  • When well seasoned, they work like a non-stick pan, or require very little oil.
  • The same plan will cook well with any type of stove:  electric, gas, you can even stick it in the oven and make bread in it.  In an emergency, it will work well over an open flame. 
  • The pan adds iron to your food, which helps avoid an iron deficiency.
  • Because they so sturdy, they will last a lifetime, and you won’t need to spend money for replacement pans.

In those days, I used Teflon pans, but once they get a scratch, they peel and shred after a while.  After I saw how much better the cast iron pans heated through, I tossed out all my Teflon pans and asked my mother-in-law to help me buy some.

She did not take me to a cookware store; instead she took me to Goodwill.  She said she found the best cast iron pans there.  People would toss them out thinking they were inferior to Calphalon or other name brand cookware.  Being of a frugal nature, she encouraged me to find second-hand deals instead of full priced items.

If you are in the market for one, try getting it used at stores like Goodwill, or shop online at Craigslist or Freecycle first.  If you are just starting out, I would recommend choosing a slightly rusted cast iron pan, to make it easier on yourself. 

The same process to salvage it, is the same process to season a brand new pan.

  • If you have a new pan, just wash and rinse, no scraping needed.  If you are working with a used, slightly rusted pan, wash with a strong dishwashing liquid and scrape out the rust with a steel wool.
  • Dry completely with a dish towel.
  • Coat the pan with cooking oil all over.  I have used vegetable oil, olive oil or peanut oil
  • Turn the oven on low heat, around 250 degrees and leave the pan in the oven for 4 hours.  Do not leave unattended.  It may get a bit smoky if the heat is too high.
  • Turn of the heat and leave the pan in while it cools.
  • Repeat the process over a few months until the pan turns black.  You now have a well-seasoned pan.

Cast iron pans are available pre-seasoned.  You don’t have to go through the process if you don’t feel like it.  Just remember the pan should not be left sitting in a sink-ful of water.  It should be rinsed and dried after use and coated with a thin layer of oil.  I’ve recently started coating my pans with coconut oil and it adds a nice flavor to the food.

They are still fairly inexpensive, around $10 for a non-seasoned pan, and about $20 for a pre-seasoned one.  Whether you buy it used or start out with a pre-seasoned skillet, you’ll be pleased with they way they cook, and it will last for generations.

 

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Berkey Sport Bottle and Water Testing Kit Giveaway!

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LPC Survival, aka The Berkey Guy, recently renewed with Apartment Prepper and has sponsored our latest giveaway:  One winner will win these two prizes (pictured above):

Berkey Sport Bottle

Watersafe City Water Test Kit

Submit your entry below. You can enter between Friday, November 1st until midnight, Monday, 11/4. Lots of ways to enter!

 

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Use Prepper Skills to Avoid Wasting Food

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Croutons

Don’t throw out old bread – make croutons!

I was catching up on my article reader and found these two articles about food waste that riled me up: About 40 Percent Of All Food In The United States Is Thrown In The Garbage  and Top 20 Foods Wasted

It is such as shame that so much food is wasted while other people are going hungry.   We can’t do anything about industrial food waste, but we can certainly minimize throwing away good food in our own homes.

The same self-sufficiency skills that we are learning as preppers also come in handy in helping stretch the food dollar by avoiding waste.

Cooking

  • Use your cooking skills to rescue overripe bananas from the trash by making banana bread.
  • Make croutons out of dry, old bread before it turns moldy.  Here’s a quick recipe:  Slice the bread into small squares.  Drizzle olive oil over the bread pieces.  Sprinkle garlic and onion salt over the mixture as well; use your favorite herbs such as basil, oregano etc for flavor.  Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes (your oven temps may vary).  Check periodically to make your croutons don’t get overly brown.
  • Make soup or broth out of roast chicken bones, and vegetable scraps.  Store bits of leftover meats, vegetables and starches in a large plastic container in your freezer.  Once you have a good amount, add chicken or beef broth, a few herbs such as parsley and a bay leaf, season with salt and pepper and make soup.
  • When you carve your Halloween pumpkin, don’t throw out the pumpkin seeds.  Wash the seeds thoroughly, removing any pulp.  Dry on a towel or paper towels.  Spread them on a cookie sheet and mix with 2 tbsp of oil.  Add you favorite seasonings or just plain salt and bake in the over at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes.  Keep checking every 10 minutes to they don’t brown too much.  Remove from the oven and allow to cool.  Add some more seasoning if you like.  That’s it!
  • Make it a habit to eat leftovers for lunch the next day.  Now that the holidays are only a few months away, you will have lots of opportunities to stretch your food budget:  See Avoid Holiday Food Waste
  • If your family does not like leftovers, cook less food.  Cut the recipe in half.

Drying

  • I was guilty of using only a pinch of herbs for a recipe and allowing the rest to wilt in the fridge – until I tried drying the herbs myself.  I don’t own a food dehydrated yet, but it is easy to do:  See Drying Herbs without a Food Dehydrator

Canning

  • Canning is a great way to preserve the bounty of each season.  Or, if you find you have an overabundance of a certain fruit in your yard, don’t let them go to waste by canning the extra fruit.  If you don’t want to commit to buying canning equipment, make refrigerator preserves.  They won’t last as long, but at least you can make use of the fruit for a longer time.

Gardening

  • Some of my most popular posts last year was about growing food from trash.  I was surprised to find that new growths could come out of green onion roots, celery stumps and discarded ginger pieces.
  • Use old coffee grounds and crushed egg shells to supplement your soil.

These are just a few ideas for rescuing food and making use of items that would have otherwise been thrown out.  Please share your favorite tips in the comments so everyone can pick up a few ideas.

 

 

 

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Nitro-Pak Giveaway

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Sixteen preparedness/self-reliance bloggers have teamed up with Nitro-Pak to offer you this awesome giveaway as a way to say thank you for your support!

There will be three winners:

First Prize: Family Water Storage Pack-Four 30 gallon barrels.  These 30 gallon size containers can supply a family of four for 2 weeks. This prize includes 5 year water stabilizer, a manual hand pump, an aluminum bung wrench, and protective seal caps. Retail value: $559.00

Second Prize: Katadyn Gravidyn Drip Filter-A drip filter which uses gravity pressure to produce up to 13 gallons of crystal clear water per day (for up to a total of 39,000 gallons depending on water quality). A great way to produce safe drinking water inside and out. Retail value: $294.95

Third Prize: Steripen Emergency Water Purifier-An ultra-violet, portable water disinfectant system by HydroPhoton. Purifies 16 ounces of water in just 42 seconds, or 32 ounces in 90 seconds. Retail value: $49.95

All you have to do to enter is fill out the Rafflecopter form below by signing in with your Facebook account or email address. (We’ll need this info in order to contact you if you win.)

Start by clicking Easy Entry for Everyone (no social media accounts required) below and after that each +1 that you click is another entry to win! And of course the +4 entries mentioned above.

The giveaway begins October 28, 2013 and ends on November 4, 2013 at 11:59pm. The winners will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is drawn.

You must be 18 years or older to enter. Prizes will be shipped to U.S. residents only. Residents of other countries may enter but will be responsible for paying the shipping cost.

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Monday Musings: 10/28/2013

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Pumpkins

Welcome to another Monday Musings where we share blog updates and interesting links.

First the updates:

Introducing Prep & Pantry for Android!   From our long time sponsor, Prep and Pantry, the app that helps you organize your preps:  The long awaited android version is now available for download on Google Play.  For a very limited time the upgrade to Pro is 50% off regular price!  Search Prep & Pantry on Google Play or visit http://www.PrepAndPantry.com

Book and product reviews  I’m working on scheduling books and product reviews, and our calendar is full until January.  I read each book and try out every product before posting a review, so it takes me a while.  To everyone who has a review pending, I appreciate your patience!

Giveaways, giveaways!  Apartment Prepper is having an unprecedented number  giveaways this week!

  • I’ve joined with other preparedness bloggers for a new giveaway that starts today, so be sure to check out the next post.
  • And, we’re having another one this coming Friday, November 1st.,  sponsored by the Berkey Guy/LPC Survival So please keep checking back!

And now for the links…

Valuable tips to get started   The Organized Prepper recently posted a huge collection of tips about getting started from various prepper bloggers.  Take a look, you are bound to pick up a tip or two.  45 Prepper and Survivalist Experts on Getting Started Prepping

Hope this doesn’t happen here Could Prepping Become Illegal Here Too? Venezuelan Gov’t To Detain “Hoarders”

Discuss your preps with your family  Most preppers plan on being available when an emergency happens and rarely consider what the family will do in their absence.  See Can your Spouse and Kids Locate Your Preps if You’re Down and Out or MIA?

Survival Medicines  Very informative article – see Alternative Antibiotics by Dr Bones.

Fall is the best time to do this   It’s sounds so easy to Grow your Own Garlic  so why not give it a try!

Good list to print  Great list of substitutions for ingredients in the kitchen  Handy Kitchen Substitutions

 

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Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living

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Sustainable LivingI was excited to receive a review copy of Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living  by Stacy Harris.  Stacy has written several cookbooks and writes the Game & Garden blog.

I am always interested in ways an apartment dweller living in the city can adapt a sustainable lifestyle so I asked the author, Stacy Harris the following question:

What activities do you recommend for apartment dwellers living in the city who what to take small steps toward sustainable living?
Stacy’s response:

“First, I would like to encourage apartment dwellers to find a local source of organic vegetables. This seems obvious, but many times, it is overlooked. Once you buy an abundance of seasonal vegetables, you can preserve (canning or drying) those vegetables and fruits then store them in cabinets or even under beds to eat in the off season. If your apartment has room for an extra freezer, you can even freeze your produce after blanching it.

Even better, if you have a small balcony or fire escape, much can be grown vertically in those small spaces. I would begin by planting things that you would regularly eat, like salad ingredients and herbs. Most climates will afford lettuce, cabbage, arugula, carrots, bunch onions, beets, and radishes. In the summer, a planting of cucumbers would be beneficial for making pickles as well as adding to salads. This can be replaced in the winter with other greens such as collards. Collards can be canned for use in the summer. A container of herbs such as basil, cilantro, parsley, and rosemary would give you sufficient flavor for much of your food. Keep in mind that cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, green peas, and pole beans are fantastic vine plants for planting vertically.

If your apartment has a South facing window, there are small greenhouses that herbs and lettuces can be grown in as well.

I would like to encourage people to start where they are and to enjoy the process of growing or at least preserving local harvests for health and for preparation reasons. There is really nothing better than using organic fresh produce and organic meats. The flavors of these foods cannot be matched by that of corn fed beef and genetically altered vegetable products.

I encourage using heirloom seeds if you are able to plant in that seeds can be saved in times of need. Genetically altered seeds do not always produce another plant and if they do, they only produce once or twice more and take the genes of only one parent (they do not produce a plant that looks like the previous one).   Enjoy.”

Looking through the book I indeed found a lot of tips and recipes that are easily done by anyone.  Sure, certain activities like bee-keeping or poultry raising are not doable in the immediate vicinity, but you can easily obtain fresh honey and farm fresh eggs from a farmer’s market.  I visit one near me a couple of times a month.
The instructions in the book are straight-forward and easy to follow.  The high gloss pages are inviting and the recipe photos look appetizing.  My family tends to be on the picky side, but we were delighted to find many recipes we can try out.  The recipes for wild game can be substituted with beef.   The flagged pages you see in the book are all the recipes we are planning to cook.
Dill Pickle RecipeThe first one on the list is the recipe for Refrigerator Dill Pickles, which I will cover in another post.

I highly recommend Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living  by Stacy Harris.  Whether you live in a spacious homestead or a small apartment, you will find this book offers something for everyone.

GIVEAWAY!

Win a Copy of Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living

One copy is reserved for an Apartment Prepper reader.  Just add your comment below, describing what sustainable living activities you currently do, or what interests you.

The winner* will be chosen at a random drawing on Thursday, Oct. 31st at 8 pm Central.

*Winner will be notified via email.  Winner must reply to email notification within 48 hours or another winner will be drawn.

 

 

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How Much Does that “Free” App Really Cost You?

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It's "so 90s" but at least it never tracked me.

It was bulky but at least it never tracked me.

Not too long ago I posted about how to avoid being tracked by your smart phone.  But couple of small incidents this past week made me revisit this issue.

My cell phone tracked me!

I mentioned I felt I needed to supplement my food storage by picking up at least one item a week for emergencies.  While I was at Costco, my phone started beeping at me.  Thinking I got a text, I checked the phone and found out my shopping list app was beeping me to alert me to deals available at Costco.  Wow, my cell phone actually tracked me to Costco.   I should be more careful about this, so I spent a few minutes trying to figure out how that happened.

I realized several of the apps had been updated with the latest version, and new features were introduced.  At the same time, some of my phone settings got reset.

I went in and reset my settings to avoid getting tracked.  This just goes to show you that even a small thing you may overlooked will cause your privacy to be breached.

Read the Terms and Conditions

The next thing that made me realize the extent of this was when I tried to use a fitness app on my phone and it was no longer allowing me to access it unless I signed in through Facebook or logged in as a member.  It also gave notice of new “Terms and Conditions”  I did not just click on “agree” but went into the document to read it.  The new language clearly states that the app will collect personal information about you, and the company can use it indefinitely.  Not only that, it also stated that these terms can be changed by the company at any time.  So really, it doesn’t matter what you are agreeing to today, they can go ahead and switch rules on you whenever they feel like it.

I don’t want anyone else knowing what calories I am looking up, and what type of exercise I do everyday; that is no one’s business.  So I uninstalled the app and tried to search for one that does not require a log in.  Unfortunately, the other ones are inferior to the one I uninstalled so I think I will pass on the fitness app.

I used to think free apps were great, and they may have been when I got them, but now that many have gotten more popular, it seems they are requiring more and more personal information.  There are apps for calendars, calorie counters, to do lists, shopping lists, you name it.  Although they seem free, these are treasure troves for data mining, as companies are able to collect a whole profile on you:

– when and where you shop

– what you buy

– what you eat

– calories consumed per day

– what type of exercise you do

– activities

– location

There are still many worthwhile apps, but you just have to be more selective.

  • Read the Terms and Conditions before installing
  • Check you settings
  • Whenever there is an update, re-read everything and review your settings all over again
  • Know what you are agreeing to, simply by using their services.  If you don’t like something then opt out.
  • Many users don’t mind the tracking, since they do get something in exchange, but at least everyone should be aware of what information is being collected.

I may uninstall even some of the paid apps.  It is not worth my privacy so I may be going back to paper lists and notes.  A couple of years ago I let my day planner/organizer go, in favor of the portability and convenience of the smart phone.  It may have been bulky but at least my old Day Planner never tracked me.

 

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Why Get in Shape if You Plan to Shelter in Place

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One of the most heated discussions in the prepping community is whether to shelter in place or bug out.  A large number of preppers’ first choice would be to shelter in place, and why not?  All your supplies are on hand and you are comfortable where you are.  So let’s just say hypothetically, you decided to stay in your home.   You won’t be using your bug out bag because you won’t be leaving.  But you still need to be in decent shape, even if you are staying home.

Why?

You may need to search for water

Assuming a large scale disaster with no running water coming from the tap, you will eventually run out of water.  This means you will have to go out and find a water source, which could be a distance away.  When you do find water, you will then need to take several containers and carry those water-filled containers back to your home.  Sounds tiring, even as I sit here writing about it.

You may need to gather firewood

In a disaster you will need to find a way to heat your home and a way to cook food.  Therefore you will need to gather firewood for the fireplace.  If you are using a rocket stove, you will need kindling.  As I found out from camping and backpacking, firewood runs out very quickly and everyone has to take turns gathering firewood.

You may need to defend your home

If it is truly a collapse, your security will be threatened.  If you have to defend your home, being in shape will give you an edge against your attackers.  Getting and staying in shape improves your speed, endurance and reflexes.

You may need to forage, trade or hunt for food

Once food eventually runs out, or if you are just trying to supplement your supplies, you’ll still need to go out and find food.   When I interviewed Selco, who lived through SHTF in Bosnia, he described having to go out at night in groups to find what they needed.

Without modern conveniences, all chores will require energy

Without prepared foods and electric appliances, you will need to do everything by hand.  When I tried doing laundry off grid, I found that it took a lot of energy to wash clothes, especially wringing the water out.

Even waste disposal will require work

Without running water and trash pickup, the waste will need to be buried.  In the same article, Selco also described having to dig a lot of holes to dispose of waste.

Thinking about all these everyday conveniences that we can potentially lose in a TEOTWAWKI situation gave me a new appreciation for things we take for granted.

Everyday survival will take a lot of energy.  Even if you plan to stay home and ride out the crisis, it would be best to get in shape before anything happens.  And, if nothing were to happen, you are still better off health wise.

 

 

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Monday Musings: 10/21/2013

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CraneWelcome to this week’s Monday Musings where we share blog updates and interesting links.

First the updates:

Apartment Prepper on Top 50 lists!   Thanks to all of you who stop by and visit with me, we made the Top 50 lists on these great sites.  I appreciate it!

Survival Top 50 

Survival Pulse

The Best Prepper Sites

More Giveaways Planned   The good news is I’m working on more upcoming reviews with giveaways, and should have the next one very soon.  On the other hand, my review list is getting longer as it takes me some time to test products and read the books.

Blog Roll Cleanup   I try to keep the blog roll maintained, and recently removed a couple of sites that no longer exist, but if you happen to notice links that don’t work, please let me know.

Now for the links…

What did we learn    See  4 Financial Lessons from a National Government Shutdown

There’s a pill for that   The other day I was listening to the radio and an advertisement came on that stated something like “Do you feel sleepy and lethargic after staying up all night?”  I mentally responded “Of course you’ll be sleepy the next day if if you did not sleep all night!!”  What kind of commercial is this?  It was actually an ad for a prescription medicine that is being tested for people who have night jobs and find themselves drowsy the next day, which seems like a normal response to me.  But “There’s a pill for that!”

That’s why I thought this article made a lot of sense.   Americas Collapse 1.4 The Mental Health Epidemic   Please note that I have nothing against being on prescription medication, and don’t fault anyone for having to take them.

When to NOT to rush to the E.R.   Good article on Surviving the E.R. over at SurvivalBlog.

What’s in your Bug Out Bag   We know most of the items that should be in your bug out bag, but what is there that shouldn’t be?

Items You Should Never Pack In Your Bug-Out Bag

But you should have this one  Duct tape definitely belongs in the bug out bag, as well as other places in your home or car.  See Duct Tape Survival!

Take care and have a great week everyone!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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