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Survival Food: 56 MUST HAVE ITEMS ***IN CASE OF DISASTER***

 
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Survival Food that makes life easier: These four foods can be stored for over 10 years and can add some flavor to your cooking. If stored properly they can probably last indefinitely.

Salt
Sugar – Brown or White
Honey
Alcohol – Whiskey, Vodka, etc…

Hard Grains: Stored properly hard grains have a shelf life of around 10 – 12 years.

Buckwheat
Dry Corn
Kamut
Hard Red Wheat
Soft White Wheat
Millet
Durum wheat
Spelt

Soft grains: These soft grains will last around 8 years at 70 degrees sealed without oxygen.

Barley,
Oat Groats,
Quinoa
Rye

Beans: Sealed and kept away from oxygen the following beans can last for around 8 – 10 years.

Pinto Beans
Kidney Beans
Lentils
Lima Beans
Adzuki Beans
Garbanzo Beans
Mung Beans
Black Turtle Beans
Blackeye Beans

Flours and Mixes and Pastas:
5 – 8 years

All Purpose Flour
White Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Cornmeal
Pasta
White Rice ( up to 10 years)

Oils:


Coconut oil – Coconut oil has one of the longest shelf lives of any kind of oil. It can last for over 2 years and is a great item to add to your survival food supplies list.

Other good survival foods:
2 – 5 years of shelf life

Canned Tuna
Canned Meats
Canned Vegetables & Fruits
Peanut Butter
Coffee
Tea
Ramen Noodles – not the greatest food in the world but they are very cheap so they made the survival food list.
Hard Candy
Powdered milk
Dried herbs and spices

Items that can be used for more than cooking:

Apple Cider Vinegar – Cleaning, cooking, and has antibiotic properties
Baking Soda – Cleaning, cooking, etc…
Honey – Mentioned again for it’s antibiotic properties and wound healing.

Non Food Items to stock up on at the grocery store:

Bic Lighters
Toilet Paper
Soaps
Bottled Water
Vitamins
Medicines
Bandages
Peroxide
Lighter fluid
Canning Supplies
Charcoal
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The single most important item is not scheduled...a geigercounter - without that, the rest is worse than useless, in fact, potentiall lethal.
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Canned soup. Water and Ammo. Lots of ammo.
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Don't forget recipes to do all the 'from scratch' cooking!
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Don't forget recipes to do all the 'from scratch' cooking!
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what is 'sealed properly'?

air tight

no air at all

vacumm packed?
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wonder why the holy bible didnt make anyones list?
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Most of those items will last much longer than the years stated above, especially if sealed inside mylar bags with oxygen absorbers.

Seeds will last decades if stored cool and dark, btw. Add veggie seeds to the list. (Yes, they will gradually lose germination rate, but should remain viable for at least 20 to 30 years if heirloom)

My home canned stuff will last at least ten years in the jar ;)
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That's one of the better lists I've seen. I'd add olive oil for sure, among other things.
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Herbs and spices are in my pantry, I get them in bulk by the pound from San Francisco Herb Company

[link to www.sfherb.com]

I keep on hand

cayenne
cinnamon
turmeric
thyme
oregano
parsley
garlic powder
black pepper
sea salt
celery seed
rosemary
sage

some others too I'm sure. All of your culinary herbs and spices have medicinal properties.

SFHerb has teas too, herb teas like peppermint, hyssop, chamomile etc. and green and black teas.

They also have dehydrated vegetables, I find the dehydrated spinach flakes to be very versatile and inexpensive.

Been ordering from them for years, always super happy with their quality and service. I also get essential oils from them like tea tree and oregano.
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nice list OP, we think alike
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The single most important item is not scheduled...a geigercounter - without that, the rest is worse than useless, in fact, potentiall lethal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1550311


yep i agree if you cant see radiation its the only way to avoid it.
sheell be right mate
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Water. A man will beg for it after one day.
Fight for the second day.
Kill for it the third day.
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pinned great list
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Hi,
I was reading this site, and wondered if you had heard of LIFESAVER Systems and our Disaster Prepared Kits?

LIFESAVER Systems is quite an extra-ordinary invention, we have produced a bottle, jerrycan and cube which allow dirty diseased drinking water to be made clean. The filtration technology is so unique, we are the only company that offers it to this degree. We filter down to 15 nanometers and therefore allow all disease, bacteria and dirt in solution to be filtered out to allow clean, sterile drinking water to be produced. This is not only an invention used all over the globe and supported by Oxfam, The Red Cross and DFID, the MOD have signed as to be part of the official standard issue kit for all the British Military.

We have also produced disaster prepared kits as listed here:- [link to www.lifesaversystems.com]

Id love to be included in your site as i think you will agree that water is hugely important and people can now have it produced as and when they need it rather than carrying and storing huge amounts of water at any one time.
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So!
LIFESAVER Bottle
Replacement Cartridge
Activated Carbons
Medical Kit
Clothes
Warm Blankets
Food
Bleach
Antibiotics

Thank you!
Rachael
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And don't forget books on back to basics, and how to.
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Cigarettes and Liquor (even if you don't smoke or drink) are worth their weight in gold for barter !
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what is 'sealed properly'?

air tight

no air at all

vacumm packed?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2054252


Herbs and spices are in my pantry, I get them in bulk by the pound from San Francisco Herb Company

[link to www.sfherb.com]

I keep on hand

cayenne
cinnamon
turmeric
thyme
oregano
parsley
garlic powder
black pepper
sea salt
celery seed
rosemary
sage

some others too I'm sure. All of your culinary herbs and spices have medicinal properties.

SFHerb has teas too, herb teas like peppermint, hyssop, chamomile etc. and green and black teas.

They also have dehydrated vegetables, I find the dehydrated spinach flakes to be very versatile and inexpensive.

Been ordering from them for years, always super happy with their quality and service. I also get essential oils from them like tea tree and oregano.
 Quoting: Vision Thing

We use buckets with resealable lids and we put a small piece of dry ice in before it is sealed up. Put the lid on losely until it is purged then seal it up with the lid. The oxygen has been driven out. Make sure all the dry ice has evaporated before sealing.
The spices at sfherb.com are very cheap and awesome. I also use this store and am very happy with it. Excellent post.
damma
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wonder why the holy bible didnt make anyones list?
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its on my list!!!

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