Tree bark has been used for food and medicine for centuries. But before you grab a piece, make sure you know what you’re doing. #urbansurvivalsite #treebark #wildedibles #naturalmedicine #medicinal
Acorn is probably one of the most overlooked survival foods. Here is how to select them, prepare them for consumption, and use them in recipes.
If you don’t know much about food storage, canned foods are an excellent option because they’re easy to store and have a long shelf life.
Bannock is an old survival food with minimal ingredients, a long shelf life, lots of calories, and a great taste. Here’s our recipe. #urbansurvivalsite #bannock #bannockrecipe #bannockbread #survivalfood #survivalfoodrecipes
These survival recipes are nutritious, easy to make, and have a long shelf life. Hardtack, pemmican, jerky, biltong, bannock, and more.
Here’s a fun thought experiment: If you could only stockpile 10 foods, which foods would you choose? #urbansurvivalsite #foodstorage #survivalfoods #emergencyfoods #stockpile
With all of these camping foods in your bag, you’ll be able to cook hearty meals three times a day without the need for a cooler. #urbansurvivalsite #camping #campfood #campingfood #campingfoodideas
There are many trees with ingredients for natural remedies. Here are 20 edible and medicinal trees and how to use them.
If you run out of coffee after the SHTF, you’re going to be in for a rough time. It’s best to keep enough on hand so you can wean yourself off. After that, there are many plants you can forage and use to make a hot drink for your morning ritual.
Potatoes may be the ultimate urban survival crop. They are rich in carbohydrates, protein, and nucleic acid. #urbansurvivalsite #potatoes #growingpotatoes #gardening #survivalfood