Survival Food articles


3 Animals That Could Do More Harm Than Good if a Person Eats Them in the Wild

3 Animals That Could Do More Harm Than Good if a Person Eats Them in the Wild

Recently we changed our regular ninety percent lean and ten percent fat hamburger to bison. For us, attempting to get healthy and lose weight, bison is ideal. However, we have to wonder when dealing with a SHTF moment, if the mighty bison would be the better choice of the two types of meat to eat.


12 Foods to Hoard for a Long Term Crisis

Savvy survivalists never underestimate the importance of a well-stocked pantry. It’s always a smart idea to keep a variety of non-perishable foods and other essentials in stock just in case. It’s always good to have a stockpile of your family’s favorite foods, toilet paper, medical/first-aid supplies, blankets, batteries, and flashlights. Beyond that, everyone’s stockpile may

tuna can stove

Make This Amazing Tuna Can Stove!

When you think of a can of tuna, or any tin can, a stove probably does not come to mind. Yet, with a little alteration that is exactly what you can build. Now, you will not be cooking yourself a five course meal on your tuna can stove, but in a survival situation, where any

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How to Make it Without Depending on the Grocery Store

Of all the incredible advantages modern society has brought us, arguably the most under-appreciated and almost overused is the grocery store. With relatively little effort and at an amazingly affordable cost, you can quickly have access to cooked, pre-cooked, ready to cook meals, salads, and raw ingredients so you can make it on your own.


The 6 Best Kept Secrets to Smoking Meat

Smoking meat is one great way of prolonging your store-bought fare as well as preserving meat you may catch or kill in a survival situation. If you are in a survival situation, you cannot be too picky in regards to tools, the smoker, fuel, fire or even the meat you want to smoke. While general

tin can

How to Construct a Hobo Stove From a Tin Can

Unless your entire food supply is precooked and packaged or you eat it raw, chances are very good in any survival situation you will need to cook a meal. This reality is not only because eating some foods raw is unhealthy, but because there is nothing better in terms of morale-building than eating a hot,

civil war cakes

How to Make Civil War Fire Cakes for SHTF

If you had very limited supplies, would you be able to survive? A good follow-up question to that would be what constitutes “limited supplies?” Today that could mean a few weeks worth of prepared food (freeze dried) and enough water for a gallon a day per person. Back in the time of the Civil War,