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Back to Basics, third edition guide by Abigail R. Gehring – $20
This book is for those who want to learn basic living skills—the kind employed by our forefathers—and adapt them for a better life in the twenty-first century.
Nourishing Traditions, educational cookbook by Sally Fallon – $25
This well-researched, thought-provoking guide to traditional foods is an absolute wealth of time-tested methods of healthy food preparation.
Prescription for Nutritional Healing by J. & P. Balch (M.D./C.N.C.)
A-Z drug-free reference guide – $30
The nation's #1 best-selling guide to natural remedies.
The Encyclopedia of Country Living by Carla Emery – $30
This new 40th anniversary edition offers a life-time of self-suffeciency knowledge and wisdom.
Country Wisdom and Know-How - $25
Compiled from the information in Storey Publishing’s landmark series of Country Wisdom Bulletins, this book is the most thorough and reliable volume of its kind. Organized by general topic including animals, cooking, crafts, gardening, health and well-being, and home
Survival Wisdom and Know-How - $25
Topics include Building Outdoor Shelter, Tracking Animals, Winter Camping, Tying Knots, Orienteering, Reading the Weather, Identifying Edible Plants and Berries, Surviving in the Desert, Bird Watching, Fishing and Ice Fishing, Hunting and Trapping, Canoeing, Kayaking and White-Water Rafting, First Aid, Wild Animals, Cookery, and much more.
A Field Guide to Medicinal Plants and Herbs – $20
Learn to identify and harvest powerful healing herbs from nature.
A Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants – $20
Learn to easily identify edible berries, roots, and leaves; also find recipes and tips on how to use them in making teas, salads, cooked vegetables, oils, flours, pickles, and much more.
Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving – $25
The gold standard in home canning and preserving.
Root Cellaring by Mike and Nancy Bubel – $20
“I highly recommend this book. It’s an excellent resource on everything from what to plant and when and how much, to how to preserve it as best you can with what you have available, and even some recipes for using it. It’s a wonderful wealth of information laid out in an easy-to-use format, and all in 281 pages.” (Judy, Nebraska)
The Coconut Oil Miracle by Bruce Fife, M.D. – $15
“In my opinion, the coconut is one of God’s greatest health foods and, when consumed as a part of your regular diet, can protect you against a host of infectious illnesses. Eating coconuts and coconut oil can provide you with some degree of protection from a wide variety of disease-causing organisms.” (p. 88)
Sweet Deception: Why Splenda, NutraSweet, and the FDA May Be Hazardous to Your Health by Joseph Mercola –
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A great gift for that friend or loved one who turns to artificially sweetened foods or drinks, believing them to be the “healthier option.”
Iodine: Why you need it, Why you can’t live without it by David Brownstein M.D. – $25
Learn what forms of iodine you need and why there is not enough healthy iodine in standard table salt.
Gone Before You Get There survival checklists and strategies – $15
Extremely clear and concise preparedness guide loaded with useful knowledge.
SAS Survival Handbook by John “Lofty” Wiseman – $20
From basic campcraft and navigation to fear management and strategies for coping with any type of disaster, this complete course includes: Being prepared: Understanding basic survival needs and preparing essentials, such as a pocket survival kit. Making camp: Finding the best location, constructing the appropriate shelter, organizing camp, and creating tools. Food: What to eat, what to avoid, where to find it, and how to prepare it. First aid: A comprehensive course in emergency/wilderness medicine, including how to maximize survival in any climate or when injured. Disaster survival: How to react in the face of increasingly frequent natural disasters and hostile situations—and how to survive at home if all services and supplies are cut off.
Wildwood Wisdom by Ellsworth Jaeger - $20
This historical guide, originally written in 1945, includes information on making fires, canoeing, using axes and knives, and crafting shelters from hand-gathered materials. Readers also learn about clothing, gear, and useful plants. This book also is an account of life in the 1800s, when survival in the wild depended on one’s skill and ingenuity.
How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It - $20
James Rawles, founder of SurvivalBlog.com, clearly explains everything you need to know to protect yourself and your family in the event of a disaster—from radical currency devaluation to a nuclear threat to a hurricane. Rawles shares essential tactics and techniques for surviving completely on your own, including how much food is enough, how to filter rainwater, how to protect your money, which seeds to buy for your garden, why goats are a smart choice for livestock, and how to secure your home. It's the ultimate guide to total preparedness and self-reliance in a time of need.
The Human-Powered Home by Tamara Dean – $30
A compendium of information on pedal-powered, treadled, and hand-cranked devices for use in and around the home. It includes a brief history of such devices, from Archimedes’ screw to electricity-generating boots. It describes the physiology and physics behind human power and reveals how many watts one person can practically generate. It also includes plans for building your own devices, such as a pedal-powered blender and electricity generator.
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