When it comes to emergency preparedness, there is a reason certain survival foods have remained so popular in prepper circles.
In order to survive the Oregon Trail, pioneers relied on foods that meet the most basic requirements: easy to grow, easy to store, and calorically dense. #urbansurvivalsite #pioneers #foodstorage #shtf #survivalfood
Today we’ll look at the #1 most important aspect of civil war survival: sourcing food and water. Something made more difficult by the urban environment. #urbansurvivalsite #civilwar #preparedness #survivalfood #emergencysurvival
A food that is good for vehicle storage needs to have a long shelf-life, have lots of nutrition, and be easy to prepare. Here are 17 foods to consider. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalfood #emergencyfood #emergency #preparedness
Cattails are an often overlooked survival food. These nutrient-rich wild edibles grow throughout the United States and are easy to find.
These canned foods probably sound weird, but they’re actually very good. If you’re looking to add some variety to your food stockpile, check these out. #urbansurvivalsite #cannedfood #weird #survivalfood #emergencypreparedness
While most survival foods will have a limited shelf-life, there are a few foods that can be safely stored for more than one hundred years.
These emergency ration bars are about 550 calories each, which is pretty good, especially since they’re not loaded with sugar.
In this article, we’ll explain how to create an effective survival fishing kit that will still be usable if the time ever comes where your survival depends on catching fish. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalfishing #fishingkit #fishingtips #survivalfood
Your local grocery store is filled with emergency foods, but which ones should you get? Let’s take a look at the best survival foods.