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Weirdest Survival Foods

Hello everyone! Robert Raskin of Las Vegas here again, and today I’d like to talk with you about what our dinner tables might look like in a true SHTF situation. In a TEOTWAWKI situation, there won’t be any stores, and frankly none of us may not have much choice. As survivalists, homesteaders, and preppers, however, we will be one step ahead of the rest of society because we are smart and we’re planning ahead. Could you eat like our forefathers did? Read on and decide for yourself!

 

Acorn Burgers

Most of us probably think of meat-free burgers as something we might be served in California, but there is a meat-free alternative you can resort to if you’re really hungry for a burger but you are in the wild. And that, my friends, is acorn burgers. Did you know acorns are edible? Acorns are high in nutrients and fiber, making them the ideal survival food—provided you know which ones are safe to eat and which ones aren’t. Just remember – stay away from green acorns, and you can’t eat them raw. The proper cooking techniques, however, can make them a delicious and non-toxic treat.

 

Clabber

If you’ve got a cow, some time on your hands, and a strong stomach, consider adding clabber to your survival menu.  Back before refrigerators were invented, people probably had to be inventive about what they did with raw milk, and that’s what this is—it’s just raw milk that soured at room temperature. People used to eat this food on its own, and it was also used in recipes for baked goods. Today people are starting to revisit clabber to save money and to enjoy the purported health benefits of this fermented food. What do you think? Would you give clabber a try?

 

Do you have any weird survival foods that you’d like to tell me, Robert Raskin, and the rest of my readers about? Share your recipes and ideas in the comments!

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