Survivalist tip - 5 easy survival food preps

Survivalist tip – 5 easy survival food preps

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Survival foods – Some easy to use and easy to store survival food preps

What are the requirements for a survival food prep?

Nutrition content
Calorie content
At least 1 year shelf life
No special storage after opening / or, serving size so that the whole thing can be eaten after opening
No special cooking requirements — open and eat, or heat and eat
Something your family normally eats
Considerations for special diets

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    • alizarin alexander
    • November 18, 2013

    most of that is too heavy…dried beans or lentils are a lot lighter than a
    can of beans, and a can of peaches is heavy…dried fruit lasts a long time
    and is lighter, also the peanut butter you have isn’t all that natural,
    sugar isn’t something I like in my peanut butter, I like real natural
    peanut butter with just peanuts and nothing else. 

    • Aesithair Runekafi
    • February 4, 2014

    The honey you showed cannot be used as a topical antibiotic. You must have
    pure unpasteurized honey. Hell, most of that crap from Wally world isn’t
    even real. One of their food providers is literally called “all natural” by
    title alone so they can label their food with that name.

      • Lori n
      • April 15, 2014

      I cant believe they pasteurize honey! I thought you were bs-ing until I
      looked it up. I just bought a gallon a local honey and looking for another
      so I dont run out for a yr. I definitely pass up store bought if we run out
      this winter

      • Dwight E Howell
      • June 4, 2016

      When bacteria comes in contact with honey, pasteurized or otherwise, the
      water inside is pulled to the outside by osmotic pressure. Karo or molasses
      will do the same thing. In other words you are full of BS with all due

      • Stallionman69
      • June 26, 2016

      So, Dwight. Then bee pollen doesn’t heal wounds any better than corn syrup
      sugar crap, then. Right?

      • Dwight E Howell
      • June 26, 2016

      Since plant pollen collected by bees or otherwise isn’t depending on
      osmotic pressure to do whatever it does or doesn’t do I don’t pretend to
      know anything about it’s purported medicinal value but would tend to think
      that it would largely depend on the kind of pollen collected. Either that
      or you are counting on the antibiotic ability of dried bee spit.

      I don’t recall much in the literature about pollen being used successfully
      as an antibiotic but feel free to experiment on yourself. I’m sticking with
      antibiotics at least for now.

    • Dana Buinicki
    • April 28, 2014

    Vienna sausages, trail mix (make sure it has dried coconut), granola, wheat
    crackers, sardines, spam. sunflower seeds, dried apricots, and raisins. 

    • Tresa Lamb
    • May 19, 2014

    Buy only non-pasturized honey. Otherwise, don’t waste your money buying.
    The nutritional/healing properties are destroyed.

    • Robert Barbour
    • October 7, 2014

    I started to get canned meats and some canned vegie’s.
    Meat is going to be harder to get in survival(SHTF).
    I am also getting easy cook food that comes in a bag like rice,
    noodles,most I get at Walmart.
    With any food prep, get Traps, fishing gear,hunting tools., when the stored
    food gives out then you can hunt for it.

    • Robert Barbour
    • October 7, 2014

    Along with food prep, get lots of spices.
    What you do not use, Barter with the extra.
    People will want spices to make their bland food taste better.
    They might not have salt and you got lots of it, you can trade salt for
    food they have.
    Most spices will last forever or close to it.
    Salt is cheap now, in a SHTF it will be gold.

    • Joseph Meko
    • October 20, 2014

    Hold on, what do you mean about telling people “Don’t Eat Then” if we ever
    come to a SHTF world if you don’t LIKE or WANT to eat what’s in front of
    you FINE in a day or two they will learn to love any kind of FOOD they can
    get there hands on, So if that want to go that way fine, but they will be
    back and Hungry as Hell for what ever, In that world who would say NO to
    any food after a week or so of being Picky. Or you can just tell them to
    Call Out for a PIZZA, yea right.

    • David Ball
    • December 9, 2014

    For your plastic jars and bottles get a large metal tool chest for $200 and
    store a hundred or more jars of peanut butter in one.

    • videoemilio
    • March 9, 2015

    Peanut butter should only have peanuts in it.

      • Stallionman69
      • June 26, 2016

      And salt. Damnit.

    • Jody
    • March 12, 2015

    I am lucky to have a local honey distributor in our town. I but a quart of
    honey from him every month. 

    • Luis A. Salas
    • November 2, 2015

    I don’t think great value honey is real honey

      • Boo Radley
      • February 10, 2016

      What do you think it is?

      • Elimo
      • March 15, 2016

      +Boo Radley The honey you showed cannot be used as a topical antibiotic.
      You must have pure unpasteurized honey. Hell, most of that crap from Wally
      world isn’t even real. One of their food providers is literally called “all
      natural” by title alone so they can label their food with that name.

      • Dwight E Howell
      • June 4, 2016

      When you pour sugar syrup onto a wound any bacteria or fungi spores coming
      in contact with it will have the water drawn out of it either killing or
      inactivating it. Doesn’t mater if it’s honey, corn syrup, molasses or what
      ever. This is physics/chemistry and it just doesn’t matter.

      • Stallionman69
      • June 26, 2016

      +Boo Radley

      Sugar, water, corn syrup etc. Oh…….and ZERO bee pollen.

      Have a nice day.

    • spaaggetii
    • November 24, 2015

    Palm oil…. Full of saturated fats, bad for your health but aside from
    that Borneo deforestation has killed the ecosystems that they have been
    replaced by Palm oil tree’s. Not sure if you are an idiot or just not have
    actually read into anything, but as a survivalist spruiker, you really have
    not thought this video through very well. The ignorant people will run out
    and buy bucket loads of your “Jif” peanut butter, not realising that they
    are contributing to more downfall of these ecosystems being utterly
    destroyed. I hope Jif paid you well enough so you can sleep well at night,
    knowing you/we are never actually going to need to survive world war 3, the
    zombie apocalypse and a global financial meltdown that will never actually

    Hope you enjoy your day

      • spaaggetii
      • November 24, 2015

      +spaaggetii Pretty much you just decided to make a vid for youtube, went to
      the store, brought a few items, and then read the ingredients and made up a
      few things along the way. Put some effort into it at the least. Research
      products, survival guides / tips etc. If anyone takes your vid serious they
      may die unnecessary due to poor communication and information from your

      • Boo Radley
      • February 10, 2016

      Come on spaghetti, you know the worst thing on the list was the corn.

    • Danielle Marceaux
    • December 30, 2015

    and a nother good reason i don’t buy skippy is the palm oil is from palm
    trees and we are looseing the rainforests so i am doing everything i can
    not to make it dissappear

      • Stallionman69
      • June 26, 2016

      So when are you stopping using toilet paper?

    • docchocobo
    • January 13, 2016

    Herring fillets are much lower in mercury. you may wish to use that also
    because the cans are short and flat. the flavor carries from brand to
    brand. Polar is good but the dollar store brand is good too. women get
    grossed out by them, but ounce for ounce, they are packed with protein and
    nutrition. If you can get past the looks, they are quite good.

      • docchocobo
      • January 13, 2016

      meant to say that the flavor varries 🙂 Stupid autocorrect. ..

    • February 18, 2016

    Check out the smuckers peanut butter they the organic option and comes in a
    glass jar. Plus it’s very tasty.

    • Conspiracy Terrorist
    • May 22, 2016

    What’s “Hort Disease”?.. LOL!! jk man.. Salmons “Good till” date is like
    4 years after the date on the can. After that it’s still good for 4 or
    more years after..It’s “Forever” food!

      • Robert Germyn
      • May 26, 2016

      I have eaten canned an jarred salmon that was over 24 years old.It is like
      a wine it gets better with age

    • Stallionman69
    • June 26, 2016

    Um, that…..was NOT honey. lol

    • Charles Valenzuela
    • July 8, 2016

    So, you’ll eat/drink that slimfast and energy drink crap but you have
    concerns about mercury in canned fish? Really?

    • Lafrance Vandoren
    • October 6, 2016

    This guide is useful for anyone who wants to acquire basic life skills, the
    type used by our ancestors, and to adapt them to a better life in the
    twenty-first century not look any further. *get ancient guide*

    • Pikeman50
    • October 11, 2016

    Sooooo When SHTF your gonna be concerned with sodium or mercury content??

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      • November 11, 2016

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