Prepping With Grannie Pam [Interview]

Growing your own food is just the first step in becoming more secure and self-reliant. Sure, most preppers, homesteading families, and off-the-grid folks know how to can and dehydrate their garden produce. But turning what you grow into complete meals and using your livestock to sustain a family is a bit more involved than simply plucking crisp veggies out of the garden.

Pamela Gail Peters, or "Grannie Pam," has turned showing others how to take charge of the family's food security into a successful career. Peters is one of the many expert preppers who will be featured at the 3-day total immersion, hands-on Prepper Camp in Saluda, North Carolina this year.

Grannie Pam is highly regarded as an expert in cheese making, bread making, sourdough bread making, canning, food dehydration, food fermentation, beer and wine making, and cooking with food stores.

Peters has been canning and gardening since she was a little girl, likely due in no small part to having been raised by grandparents who recognized the value of being self-reliant.

Peters is the author of four books and also operates the  Grannie Pam's Prepping With Big Flavors blog. In addition to her preparedness skills and accomplishments, Grannie Pam is also an accomplished artist and potter.

Peters' books include Grannie Pam's Favorite Recipes, Grannie Pam's Prepping With Big Flavors, More of Grannie Pam's Favorite Recipes, and More of Grannie Pam's Prepping With Big Flavors. Click here to read the Grannie Pam interview in my report for Survival Based.