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Giveaway 04 (10/21/2012)

Saturday, 29 September 2012 21:55

For October, we will Giveaway a $100 Amazon gift card to one Prepper Link Member. To be eligible, you must submit a forum post discussing your Survival Bag (BOB). The post should include pictures and a description of the key items in your bag. The more detailed, the better chance you have to win. Forum posts must be submitted by October 21st. 

Giveaway 03 (09/21/2012)

Monday, 27 August 2012 23:56

On September 21st, we will giveaway a Silver Eagle to one Prepper Link Member and one individual from Facebook. Yes, that is two Silver Eagles, and you have a chance to win both of them. To be eligible, all you have to do is register on www.prepperlink.com or like our Facebook page. To increase your odds, do both! The winners will be chosen at random, announced in our forums, and notified via email and/or Facebook. As always, if you are already registered on www.prepperlink.com, or have Liked us on Facebook, then you are already eligible. 

Staying with the theme of prepping on a dime, we'd be remiss not to do a review of the fixed-blade Companion MG by Mora of Sweden. Whether you’re a seasoned outdoorsman, a collector, or new to knives altogether, we believe the Mora Companion MG has a place in your arsenal.

Start your preps, or beef-up your reserves with our latest giveaway: an ammo can filled with all the necessary tools for a post-apocalyptic nightmare. To win all you have to do is register, or be a member of prepperlink.com.

The Quick & Cheap Mead Method

Sunday, 15 July 2012 23:47

Here's a recipe to make a gallon of mead using ingredients you can buy at your local store and no special equipment. No hard-to-get artisan honey, no special mead yeast, no carboys or bottling equipment. The cost of everything will run you about $15 and you can have the mead ready to ferment in about 30 minutes.

Brewing Mead

Sunday, 15 July 2012 23:39

In my article about considering mead brewing as a trade, I described a lot of benefits to being a brewer, but the biggest joy of all is the final, delicious product that you made with your own hands, and the enlisted help of some honey bees and friendly microorganisms. There is an astounding amount of flavor and complexity from just three ingredients: honey, yeast and water. And there is a great variance in flavor from the different types of honey. 

Giveaway 01 (07/21/2012)

Saturday, 30 June 2012 10:11

Between now and July 15th, we’re giving away a U.S Silver Eagle to one of our lucky members. The winner will be chosen at random and notified by email. We'll also post the winner in our forums. So, join now and you could win! Registration is free.

The Mead Brewer

Tuesday, 12 June 2012 01:15

Honey lasts indefinitely. Yeast can be re-cultured. Water can be collected from rain. Alcohol will always be in demand. Put everything together and what do you got? A potentially lucrative post-SHTF career, as well as a fun pre-SHTF hobby. Why not master the art now, while the ingredients are still relatively cheap, and you can afford the small amount of trial and error that comes with learning?

The Opinel No.6

Monday, 04 June 2012 23:42

This day and age, it’s rare finding an inexpensive, yet reliable knife, made from high-quality materials. With the world-renown Opinel knife, you’re getting those qualities, along with a century-old design that is both classic and innovative. Opinel [pronounced: oh-peen-el] knives are a thing of beauty and one of the best examples of simplicity, where form meets function. They have a variety of styles and sizes, but, I chose to go with the No.6, because it’s one of their classic designs, and the perfect small folder for a prepper on a budget.

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