Saturday, March 7, 2009

Dirt Cheap Survival Food

In order to survive humans need food, period. We have to have nourishment to move about our daily lives even after the coming collapse. There is now better or cheaper way to do that than to have a garden where you can raise and preserve all the food you need for your family. I have add a new category to Bullseye's Survival Gear, my online store, that is full of heirloom seeds. Please take a look when you have a chance. If you are going to order seeds anyway, throw Ol' Bullseye a bone by ordering through my store. I appreciated it any and all orders, every little bit helps me to get my family prepared. Once you have grown these gardens you must have the skill to preserve your crop. Please click on the add below to learn how to make your own survival food for next to nothing. There is a great video to show you how it all works.

I believe that food will be at least as valuable as gold after the collapse. This is a great way for you to learn how to keep your family fed and have one of the best barter items the world has ever know. I can see where a couple quarts of canned green beans or corn would be worth a lot when it comes to trading for things you need. Those that do not have the skill to grow and preserve food will be at the mercy of those that do.

This is Bullseye...OUT !!!

6 comments:

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

My brother's Brother, you are correct. Sure, growing your own food requires a degree of "immobility", but right after water and directly before clothing...

Hunger sucks, Bullseye.

C.

erniesjourney said...

Hey Bull - the foodshortageusa DVD is great - it turned the hubster into the canning KIng LOL!

Ernie

Ken said...

...admittedly,preservation of parishables is my weak link,however these last few months have found me with a working prototype food 'dryer',a prototype smoker barrel(unfinished as of this writing,also with supplies to make a finished product),and some canning supplies are being infused into the 'preps' also...
...good post Brother,what good is it to have 'it',only to have 'it' go 'bad' before you can use it...

HermitJim said...

Excellent post with some very valuable information...

Thanks for sharing it with us.

Bullseye said...

Cygnus, My sister's brother, thank you. Preservation is the key to survival, of life, water and food. Thank you bro for coming over.

Hey Big E, thank you my pistol packin mamma. Glad to know the hubster is a good hand at the canner. I love mine and use it often. Thanks a big bunch.

Ken, sounds like you are well on your way to being able to take care of business. I bought my caner last year and learned how to can for the first time. I have canned anything you can put in a jar and I love doing it too. Makes that hard work in the garden much more worth while. Thank you brother.

Uncle Jim, it is OK to call you Uncle I hope, seeing as my and Cygnus are brothers somewhere down the line I just know it. LOL

Thank you for stopping by and I hope this info gets into the right hands. A lot of people need to learn this vaulable skill.

Thank you all so much for your comments.

TEAM HALL said...

You got me thinking...so I ordered another round of heirloom seed. On top of that huge order I placed in January. You know I'd order through you, but you can't send seed across the border without some wild-assed tax, then they'd quarantine and then confiscate my seed or something! lol
Anyway...I'm listening...