A Prepper s Guide to Bread Making | Backdoor Survival

After completing this course, you will have created a highly-customized emergency binder that is designed to be quickly taken with you if you were forced to evacuate your home. It will contain all the vital documents you need to rebuild your life in the event of a disaster as well as a solid bug-out plan telling you what to do, when to leave, where to go, and how to get there.

This course will also help you be way ahead of the mad rush of people exiting your area by determining the “pre-cursor signals” that tell you it’s time to go.

Here you will build a set of disaster kits that are custom designed for a variety of emergency situations. From the popular Bug-Out Bag (BOB) and Every-Day Carry (EDC) kit to the lesser known Get-Home Bag (GHB), Trauma Kit, and Specialty Kits, you’ll be well on your way to meeting disaster with confidence.
Course 103: Battening Down the Hatches (Sheltering-in-Place) Before disaster strikes your home, knowing how to prepare ahead of time and what to stock up on is of primary importance. In addition, knowing what to do both during and after emergencies is equally as crucial.

This course will guide you through building enough supplies to ride out a minor crisis that would affect your power, water, and food supply. You’ll learn what types of fuel you should have on hand and how to store them; how best to purify and store water; how to overcome disaster paralysis by learning what to do to prepare your home BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER a disaster strikes and more.
Course 104: Cooking Off-Grid Knowing how to cook during an extended power outage is crucial for comfort, morale, as well as avoiding food- and water-borne illnesses.

This course will show you the best off-grid cooking options available that work with big or small budgets. You’ll also discover which off-grid cooking methods are best fit for sheltering-in-place or bugging out, how to make your own off-grid cooking stoves with common every-day items, and how to easily start primitive fires.

Even during short-term grid-down situations, major sanitation issues and devastating health problems can erupt. Sanitation may not be as sexy a topic as firearms, bug-out bags, or fire making, but knowing how to keep clean and properly deal with waste and sewage during a grid-down situation is one of the most important pieces of knowledge to have as a modern prepper.