Monday, October 20, 2008

SHTF: Emerigency Lightweight Foods

At school, the office or on the road, there is no worse fear than the thought of being miles from home without transport. Being the kind of distance which requires days or weeks to get home on foot.

In this situation, what you can carry on your back or pack may be all that is available and edible? First, one must be prepared.

A quick list of lightweight foods to see you home or to another location...

- Ramen noodles (eat cooked or raw).
- Oatmeal and grits.
- Granola, dry cereal.
- Protein bars, the higher protein the better.
- Cereal and granola bars.
- Single sliced Spam packages.
- Crackers.
- Sealed packages of tuna or salmon.
- Dried fruit, raisins, etc.
- Candy, not chocolate (melts) but hard candy.
- Dried milk
- Coffee, tea bags
- Drink mixes like Kool Aid and Tang.
- Cookies
- Pop tarts
- Bullion cubes, dried soup mixes

Pack plenty of zip lock bags for repackaging.

Only thing left is water, how to carry it and where to get it.

Part two!

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