Survival foods, by their very nature, are bland. Adding herbs and spices to your pantry can help you prepare more palate-friendly meals.
Nuts are filling and nutritious, making them a natural addition to your emergency food pantry. Here are the best varieties to stockpile.
Wheat berries have a long shelf life, they’re very nutritious, and they can be used in countless ways, making them the perfect survival food.
If food prices continue to skyrocket, we could see a famine in first world countries. Here’s what to do and how to prepare.
While one way to stay ahead of food inflation is to stockpile it, there are many additional ways to continue to eat well at a decent price.
If an emergency strikes, you want to be sure you have multiple protein sources in your food storage. Here are your best options.
There are four factors that make a crop good for a survival garden: ease of growth, ease of storage, nutritional content, and caloric content.
Making your own meat powder is a great way to add shelf-stable meat to your pantry. Here is a delicious meat powder recipes.
Here are some ways to catch fish without a rod, how to track the fish down, and a few expert tips to help you plan ahead.
Many survival foods get overlooked. Here’s a list of energy-rich foods that offer a long shelf life as well as the nutrition you’ll need.