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  1. 20 cent seeds from Wally World.

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Well I have been someone cheap 20 cents seeds from Wal-Mart for my backyard garden. These seeds are American Seed made by Plantation Products. Does anyone have any experience with these ? BTW: They are Non-GMO also, :D:
  2. 12 Servings of great tasting dehyrated food for the cost of shipping! Just $9.95

    Vendor Deals
    Dehydrated food with a 15 + year shelf life. Taste great, longer shelf life, more affordable than MRE's. Try 12 servings for free to see if you agree. (just pay shipping.) Visit us at: http://StuffHappens.mygofoods.com MRE's are great. I recommend having as many as you feel necessary. Let's...
  3. E Foods input

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    A fellow prepper came across a website for E-foods, from a taste only point of view how would you rate the product, he is considering a purchase however he was looking for some feedback. your thoughts please...
  4. Survival Food Tablets

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anybody used these? Just wondering if they are worth it. 15 day food supply for 1 person. http://www.nitro-pak.com/products/food-storage/survival-foods/survival-food-tablets/survival-food-tabs
  5. SPAM: Great survival food? Or BEST EVER?

    Food and water
    Compact, good shelf life, calorie-dense with plenty of protein! SPAM: its what's for dinner (after the apocalypse)!
  6. A different approach to long term storage in 5 gallon buckets

    Food and water
    As I was about to store some foods in 5 gallon buckets a few days ago I started really thinking about when the time came to use the foods. I am currently only storing foods for 4 people. With that in mind, I would conceivably only be cooking these foods for 4 people. I do not want to have to...
  7. Hardtack 2.0

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I was just reading in the hickory syrup thread about Seminole Indians crushing them into flour and it made me think of cram and lembas, two kinds of waybread from the Lord of the Rings series that were nutritionally complete, not just flour and salt. Has anyone thought about adding additional...
  8. Grocery store survival items, ideas

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I would like to get some opinions on some various items I've given thought to that you can find at walmart. Food items including: canned salmon, tuna both high in protein, salmon has a good ammount of fat and nutrients seems to be a very good survival ration. Low sodium corned beef hash, lots of...
  9. Vegan Survival food

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Does anyone know where you can get Vegan Survival food or Vegitarian Survival food. My girl is vegan and I want to have some preps for her BOB. Thanks.
  10. 1 year supply per person

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I could use a review and suggestions. I am setting up 1 year's worth of food per person (Adult). I calculated 2000 calories per day which leads to 730,000 calories per person, per year. I went for long term storage stuff but you should know I am also canning and growing in my BRAND NEW...
  11. Ever break down an mre and keep the good stuff?

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Ever break down an mre and keep the good stuff? What do you keep? What do you get rid of? (And I don't mean throw away)
  12. just signed up for this survival food program

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Its a MLM or multi level marketing, which I normally pass on but for signing up I'm getting 6 meals. plus shipping of course. This could be a good way for someone starting to prepare get on track and may make some money too. it was way easy to get signed up,and I get a website page to send...
  13. What sorts of insects are edible?

    Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I am seriously hoping that I will NEVER need this information. But I was hoping that someone could tell me what sort of insects are edible? There was a saying that anything with 6 legs or less. Is this accurate, or is there other things that I should know? I have various survival books, but...
  14. July giveaway from Emergency Essentials

    Vendor Deals
    Ok people, here is the giveaway for the month of July, and its sponsored by Emergency Essentials Prize: 1-Month Supply of Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated Foods. Retails for $364.95 and includes 18 #10 cans in 3 cases. This supply offers a heavy dose of freeze-dried foods and adds several...
  15. Foods in a BiB, EDO or MiH pack

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I am putting together a small pack to keep in my vehicle. This won't be my BoB (at home), but a bag to get me home in case I need to walk home from work - due to blocked streets, EMP, car breaks down, etc. during a emergency or SHTF situation. I'd like to store a day's worth of food and water...
  16. Depression era survival food

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    http://www.frugal-cafe.com/public_html/frugal-blog/frugal-cafe-blogzone/2010/04/10/great-depression-cooking-saves-money-cbs-interview-with-grandmother-clara-plus-holiday-artichokes-video/
  17. Insects as food

    Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hello fellow survivalists, Anyone on the forum eat insects for survival food? Not the sugar coated ones you find in lollypops, but, ones you catch and eat live or boil up in a soup and even fry them in olive oil or coconut oil. They also taste great in salads with avocado oil. Does anyone...
  18. Freshwater Fishing in the Wilderness

    Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    If there is one thing that exists in most wilderness environments, it is lakes, rivers, streams, and any body of water that holds fish. The quest to get fish dosen't take much, but does take some effort, and some equipment. This guide will teach you which fish to you can catch to eat, the...
  19. WTSHTF in Florida area

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Bug out to your safe haven..... got food stored, water stored but what if it takes a while to get back on track and you have to spend months or years living off the land. If your in the South, you might want to plant "Moringa". This is a Tree you can "Eat" every part of it.
  20. Planting today for tomorrows needs.

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Being of concern for tomorrows needs "Today", Food is the first thing that comes to mind. Seeds are great to store and will make a world of difference if you have a place to plant a garden at your retreat location if and when the "SHTF". Having several months of food stored up is a must also...
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