There is a lot of advice online about what you should do if you are preparing for a disaster or survival situation.
There is a distinct gap in advice on preparing for a disaster or survival situation as it relates to what you should not do.
That reality can cause two issues: You do not have what you need or want when you need or want it; what you do have or have done does not really help you improve your situation and in some cases can actually hinder it.
This is particularly true with food.
We often get so focused on quantity of something that we neglect whether or not we will actually eat it or whether it can go bad if left uneaten for a long period of time.
To see a few of those foods, check out the next page.