Food | Canning | Preservation | Calories | Energy | Homemade | Edibles
Keep in mind that a lot of the foods in your pantry probably need to be eaten or replaced every couple of years. Here are a few survival foods that never expire: . . . #survivalfood #nutritiousfoods #prepperpantry #prepperpantrystockup #prepperspantry #survivalfoods #survivalfoodstorage #longlastingfoods #longlastingfood #longlastingstorage #longshelflife #longshelflifeproduct #longshelflifefood #askaprepper
In the midst of the Great Depression, mothers and grandmothers all over America found ingenious ways to stretch the little they had left to keep putting food on the table each day. These long-forgotten dishes will feed you and your family during hard times, when shortages of every kind will once again become common, just as they were during the 1930’s:
A while back I set a rule for myself – no survival cans over $1. It’s worked well so far, and I can tell you exactly where you can find “under a buck cans” containing delicious meats, broths, veggies, mac and cheese, bread, full-meals and a whole lot more! It’s not at a store most people ever think about:
These three recipes will provide you with everything you need for a high-activity day in the field or in an emergency. If the need for emergency food rations occurs or you need to leave your home in a hurry because of a disaster or emergency event, you’ll be glad you took the time to prepare your MREs.
One of the best recipes to keep in your back pocket is for homemade bouillon cubes. You can add this stuff to hot water for an instant chicken-flavored stock. This recipe uses only long-lasting ingredients so your bullion cubes will last for a couple of years on the shelf, providing you with vital nutrients when the time comes: