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Published on Feb 14, 2010
To me, preparedness is more about attitudes and skills than gear and gadgets. The way that I build those skills are to create a sustainable lifestyle that allows me the ability to learn new things and then practice them. I am going to spend some time up-loading a few blog entries on home cheese making. I'm not doing this because making homemade cheese is cheaper than store-bought cheese (its not), or because I think you have to have to survive TEOTWAWKI (The End Of the World As We Know It) even if its a good way of storing milk without refrigerators. I am taking the time to post about cheese making because it is a good do it yourself skill that is fun and easy, but allows the prepper to start moving and planning, while teaching skills such as patience and how to plan for the future (it takes 6 months or more to see the benefits of a hard cheddar).