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Essential Survival Food List And Storage Tips!

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Preppers are usually are aware of the fact that in a survival situation foods are of vital importance. Often though preppers are unsure of which foods to stock and how exactly to stock them.

In this survival food list information video we’ll cover some important items that you should have as well as give you storage tips to ensure that your food actually stays ‘good’ long enough til disaster strikes.

Preparing a food prepping plan should be at the top of every beginner preppers list!

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10 thoughts on “Essential Survival Food List And Storage Tips!

    1. You are solely responsible for your own destiny and always for the
      decisions that shape the rest of your life. You shall have the power to
      protect and save you and your family … even to rebuild your community
      during the worst scenarios.

  1. To store food on a budget watch on YouTube, “Sensible Food Storage” it’s a
    film about an hour long by Wendy Dewitt. The BEST way to put back food
    affordably. 1 years worth of food for one person can fit under a twin sized
    bed. Start today!

  2. Look up youtube videos by Dr. John Macdougall. The body has absolutely no
    need for animal protein or animal foods. They have been ultimately shown as
    the source of many health problems. Use beans for your protein source, NOT
    chicken, NOT Fish. . and NOT eggs, dried or otherwise. .

    1. +DocScience2 – Although this may be true, it is easier to stay healthy when
      eating a balance diet that includes meat. Humans are omnivores and have a
      digestive system designed to eat both meat and low cellulose vegetable
      matter. Adding meat into your diet helps minimize the likelihood of having
      a deficiency in essential amino acids, vitamin b12, and gives you more
      absorbable iron and bioavailable energy, among many other advantages. A
      diet without meat it possible, but requires the use of factory
      manufactured pills. Please note, when I refer to meat I mean unprocessed
      animal proteins.

  3. I disagree on a few points, 0:40 not stocking up on canned foods because it
    adds weight for bugging out. Well, then leave it behind if you have to bug
    out, I believe most of your planning should assume you’ll stay in place
    unless you are in a large city. (Bugging out shouldn’t be taken lightly,
    being on the road always puts yourself in a more dangerous position. Is
    point A so bad that you have to put you and your family at risk to get to
    point B and do you even have a point B?) Canned goods add a lot of variety
    and nutrients and are very economical.

    1:44, brown rice does not last long on the shelf no matter how you store
    it. White rice, though less nutritious, with simply vacuum sealing, will
    last many years.

  4. Both lentils and wheat grain can be sprouted as a substitute for
    vitamin-rich fresh greens and then eaten either raw or cooked when
    sprouted. These dormant seeds should be stored in the presence of oxygen to
    retain their ability to sprout (five gallon food buckets without Mylar
    liners and oxygen absorbers). The wheat should first be frozen 72 hours to
    kill the eggs of grain-eating insects before being placed in food buckets.
    Lentils are more expensive than other dried legumes, but, unlike cheap
    pinto beans, dried lentils don’t need overnight soaking and only take 20
    minutes of simmering to cook. A beverage made from Tang drink mix has the
    same day’s worth of vitamin C as fresh-squeezed orange juice but half the
    sugar calories of juice and will store a long time in a sealed Mylar bag
    with oxygen absorbers.

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