When survivalist start stockpiling food, we buy #10 cans and usually store food in mylar bags. Lets say we had to focus on certain foods, what would those foods be? Lets look at food that packs a nutritional punch, renewable, easy to grow, easy to harvest and can be stored without modern technology.
How do we decide which foods we should focus on? Lets narrow our selections to how easy the food is to grow, how well it stores, and the nutrition content.
During a long term SHTF / TEOTWAWKI survival situation, we will being growing and storing our own food. One thing we do not want to do is dedicate a lot of time and effort into food that contains little nutrition.
In this article I hope to focus on renewable foods. Foods that we can grow in a home garden or at a Bug Out Location. During a long term survival situation, people that hope to make it through will need a renewable food source. It is not enough to stockpile food in mylar bags, or stockpile freeze dried food in #10 cans. Sooner or later those mylar bags and those cans will be empty.
Humans have been eating honey for well over 1,000 years. Some estimates put humans eating honey up to 8,000 years ago.
- The bees do the work for you, all you have to do is harvest the honey
- Honey is loaded with trace minerals
- Honey does not spoil or go rancid
- Honey inhibits the growth of bacteria, so it can be used in the treatment of wounds and injuries
One of the drawbacks to honey, the bees will sting the crap out of you if you bother the hive. You think your big and bad until a swarm of bees are done with your ass. When its said, done and over with, you will be in a fetal position crying for your mommy.
If you plan on adding honey to your to your preps, either stockpile the crap out of it, or learn how to safely harvest honey.
- Prepping the Bug Out Location
- Stockpiling food, ammo and fishing supplies
- Hastily assembled and ill equipped survival plans
- Bug out location essentials
- Long term survival plans
- Surviving a long term disaster