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Long Term Food Items

One of the biggest concerns people have with food storage is shelf life. After all, nobody wants to dip into their emergency food supply during real honest-to-goodness disaster and find that all of their “imperishable” goods have decomposed into brown sludge.

Insanely Hot Beef Jerky

I like hot foods but they don’t like me sometimes. This recipe not only looks good, but you can make it in your oven as well. You don’t have to have a dehydrator. Give it a shot!

High Energy “Survival” Bars

These seem quick and easy to make. Save a few bucks and make your own for the trail or whatever.

Hamburger Beef Jerky

We are always looking for an inexpensive way to “beef’ up our preps. Here is a recipe we thought our readers who dehydrate may enjoy because it is a less expensive approach to beef jerky.

Raw Honey: Liquid Gold in Your Pantry

When selecting foods for your stockpile, the most budget-friendly, space-conscious way to do it is by selecting items that multitask. This criteria places honey high on your “to-buy list”. Tess Pennington of Ready Nutrition lists honey as one of the top SHTF sweeteners to store.

Yes – You ARE What You Eat

First of all, let me say here that we are not offering medical advice.  The information here is simply our opinion, based on our own research and experience.

38 Must Have Kitchen Items for Any Survivalist

Regardless of how many #10 cans of “just-add-water-ready-to-eat” stuff you have, at some point you’re going to have to learn to use a kitchen in much the same way as your granny, or your great-granny, did. So we’ve put together this list of 38 essential kitchen items for any survivalist.