not if you don’t use them fool. It could be a “mad max” scenario. This is for the food snobs that are concerned with the oils, as well as those overly concerned with having candy for your kids. It was fine. BUT most contain MSG which I discovered I’m allergic or sensitive to and they make me very ill. Will organic snobs be eating foods that they wouldn’t normally eat in a SHTF scenario? More is not always better and if for all those centuries no practitioner ever decided it applied in the case of spices, I wouldn’t want to be the first to bet on it. If you think you’re getting enough sodium in your food, what with modern agriculture, think again. The noodles themselves, no. Honestly! Coconut and palm shortening store well and are not prone to becoming transfat or rancid. As for defense, if I find myself wanting more than I have, I’d be willing to move in somebody who’s very good at that and feed him and cure him if he gets sick. Ramen noodles you can do a bunch of things with, and let’s face it, you add water. We use raw sugar. Also, it has been found that GMO foods are the cause of chronic inflammation and these spices are inexpensive ways that can help off-set some of the effects of eating what you can afford. 2) “Pasta Sauce” My experience that for long term storage, anything with tomato will dangerously spoil in the can. Best of all, these items are very affordable and versatile, thus making them worthy of being on your storage shelves for extended emergencies. I appreciate someone doing the research to help. I have done the research. I’d imagine, KK, that most preppers will be thinking along these lines. black pepper I can not store peanut oil, my daughter is allergic to peanuts.. so anything containing them has been traded out.. and upgraded.. Sugar! A few other points to consider when starting an emergency food pantry are: In my book, The Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals, I use the following essential food staples as the basis for the recipes. I come across this all the time Scott. Turmeric is listed. I salute those who can survive on what they have on their farm, but I’ve always said that, when it comes down to REAL hunger, anyone who claims they’d rather eat bugs and worms, than a package of ramen noodles is either a liar or a fool…or both. Were you in the Military ? Cocoa powder (unsweetened) If you think humans can be trained to stoic boredom because of an emergency, you’re wrong. Lard. shame on you. Did you buy the five pounds in. Okay, I want to now make some recommendations. tarragon ), Granola Bars (Protein, Fruit-filled, etc. Also, theorganicprepper.ca, organicsurvivalistsite.com, and two books- When Technology Fails, by Matthew Stein, and Hawke’s Green Beret Survival Manual, by Mykel Hawke. The noodles are fine just put your own spices in instead of the pkg. Hopefully some of them will be able to appreciate and use your ideas to help themselves. yeah everything organic or from almost any other country on earth. Rice will last forever if stored correctly. In the past, I have made ginger pills with ginger powder. I swap my out about once a year. Privacy Commitment: We will never share your email address with third-parties. Seems that as much preventative healthy measures that we can do now will keep us in much better form when everything hit the skids. I have more than 6 years of stored food. This is all a process in develpoment. buckets (stands), and render out our own. You obviously have never been lierally starving…id keep them for end of line stomach filler to ward off the painful process of starving in a pinch. Why would I need popcorn or instant potato flakes? Copyright Ready Nutrition™ 2009 - 2020. In that regard, perhaps adding digestive enzymes to your stores may be helpful for some who struggle with their digestion erstwhile you wait for seeds to sprout. Because ever after our health will go down hill until we can recover local systems of survival. Google: FEMA camps, NWO, Illumanati. 22. imagine you run around telling all how smart you are and how much you know? Bouillon cubes on rice…a life saver maybe?? I have a lot of intolerances that make me inflamed and they help a lot. Better to cook ramen noodles on your last few minutes of fuel, than to try to cook dried beans or rice with it. The following foods are all popular food staples that should be considered as must-haves for your emergency pantries. Survival Food #12: Vitamins. Actually this is a great list to start with. Chia is a near perfect food, a superfood. ), Frozen Vegetables (Broccoli, Cauliflower, Asparagus, etc. Can anyone here honestly say they haven’t had to go to the supermarket and stock up on limes with the CoronaV all around? Yes, indeedy! foods that are multi-dynamic and serve many purposes, The Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals, http://www.gardeningblog.net/how-to-grow/turmeric/, Natural Medicine: How To Improve Your Health With The Science of Nature. You make excellent points. In the absence of fresh fruit, these healthy snacks offer potassium and dietary fiber. More power than you can fit into a credit card. Everyone will modify it to their own needs of course. EVERY can that had a tomato product was swollen. I would only agree with the crackers for short term storage. Kids will starve themselves before they will eat things they DO NOT like. Learn to forage, cook from scratch, grow your own. And does not take the same type storage area. Ramen Noodles may not be fit for a dog.. I recommend the book Sprouts- The Miracle Food, by Meyerowitz. One of my favorite phrases that I tell new preppers is that “your preps are your lifeline.” We must put measures in place before a disaster is upon us in order to have these lifelines available to us when we need it the most. The appestat regulates the sense of hunger and satiety, and when the body needs fueling, the appetite kicks in. “Dried fruits provide you with a significant amount of nutrients and calories,” says Swanson. You CAN eat ramen noodles uncooked, but I’d hate to try that with dried pinto beans. If the shtf your belly and your kids bellies would just want any kind of food, they wouldnt care if it was from Dollar General or Whole Foods.