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Thursday, December 17, 2009

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Monday, December 7, 2009

Big John Lipscomb

Big John Lipscomb is back on the radio.

7-9 PM Central Time- Tune in M-F renseradio.com


Some might know Big John from His "Don't tread on me" radio program that use to be on at American Voice Radio Network. I was able to win one of his survivalist seeds packages and had very good results of growing heirloom vegetables and then saving seeds back for next year. Check him out if you get a chance because he does get into prepping. I will warn you he does get pretty upset about patriot pretenders and posers.







Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Food Safety - Part 4 - Food Related Allergies

Re-post Courtesy of Riverwalker's Stealth Survival

Food allergies in humans are caused by your body’s immune system response to different kinds food proteins. For some people, these symptoms and conditions are mild and are more of a nuisance than anything else. In some cases though, the symptoms and conditions may be severe or life threatening. It is of utmost importance to be aware of these conditions to insure your safety and the safety of your family.

Common Symptoms Caused by Food Allergies

1.) Nausea, vomiting, and abdominal cramps

2.) Diarrhea

3.) Excessive sweating

4.) Shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing (or a combination of both)

5.) Extremely high or excessively low blood pressure

6.) A tingling sensation in the mouth

7.) Swelling of the tongue and throat passages

8.) Allergic skin reactions which may include eczema, hives, or an itchy feeling

Common Foods That Cause Allergic Reactions

Food allergies affect people of all ages. Four to six times as many children have food allergies as adults. There are eight specific types of foods that are responsible for almost 90 percent of all food-related allergies in humans. These are fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, cow’s milk, eggs, and wheat and soy products. While some of these foods are more responsible for allergic reactions in adults than children; people of all ages may have allergic reactions to the same foods.

Four of these foods among the eight are responsible for most of the food-related allergic reactions in adults. The major ones affecting adults are fish, shellfish, nuts and peanuts. Peanuts, cow’s milk, eggs, wheat and soy products cause the majority of food-related allergies in children.

It is important to remember that the symptoms and conditions are not always the same for all persons with similar food allergies and the severe nature of the symptoms may be different as well. Severe symptoms, such as swelling of the tongue and throat and changes in blood pressure, can lead to an inability to breathe properly. This may result in unconsciousness and death. This extreme level of symptoms is known as anaphylaxis or anaphylaxic shock.

Prompt medical attention in these cases is vital in order to save the person's life. Many people carry an emergency injection of medication (Epi-pen) which is designed to ease these severe symptoms in the event that the protein which causes the allergic reaction is accidentally eaten.

If you have a friend or someone in your family that has a known food allergy, you may need to consider keeping an Epi-pen as a necessary part of your emergency medical supplies.

Staying above the water line!

Riverwalker

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Simple Survival Tools - Peelers

Re-post Courtesy of Riverwalker's Stealth Survival

One of the main tools that everyone should have is a good peeler. Along with a good knife and a can opener, it is one of the most valuable tools you can have in your kitchen. How else are you going to peel all those vegetables from the garden without a lot of waste?

There are three main varieties of potato or vegetable peeler.

1.) The first one is the Yorkshire type peeler ( It is also sometimes known as a Lancashire type peeler). This is a design that has a blade as an extension of a handle, in a manner similar to the way a blade is attached to a knife. It is probably the most common type.

2.) The second one is called a Y-peeler. This is due to its shape. The blade is usually perpendicular to the handle in this type. This is similar to a razor and they are sometimes called the razor type peeler.

3.) The third one has no official name but is sometimes referred to as an “Aussie type peeler”. It is used fairly extensively in Australia, where this particular peeler design originated. It was designed in about 1947 by a company called Dalsonware in Melbourne who call it the "Dalson Classic Aussie Peeler". It consists of a plastic handle which extends upwards to support both the base and tip of a partially rotating blade. This type of peeler is also typical of the general fruit and vegetable peeler that is used in Canada.

Many peelers have an 'eye gouger' beside the blade. This is a loop of metal used to dig out eyes and blemishes from the potato. They are also great for peeling sweet potatoes for your Thanksgiving dinner!

Mrs. RW has one of the “Aussie type peelers” and loves to peel potatoes, cucmbers and carrots with it. “Aussie type peelers” - This is a good thing!

Staying above the water line!

Riverwalker

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