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posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 10:20 PM
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I figured we might as well start a grocery list. There is nothing worse when preparing something to eat than having all but one of the ingredients.
There are foods listed all over the survival forums but i thought it would be nice to have them all in one place.

We need two lists, one for home and one for your B.O.B.

I probably have more food in my B.O.B. Than most people,but I'm not taking any chances.

For the BOB
Dry ingredients for bread mixed together.
Soup mix: rice, beans, dried tomatos ect.
2 foil packages of salmon
package of wheat crackers.
concentrated lemon juice
sea salt
beef and chicken jerky
barley
bean and lentils mix
powdered ranch dressing
dehydrated fruits and veggies
powdered milk
honey
trail mix.
Most of this stuff is to help make foods found in the wild more palatable.

For home.
Salt and sea salt
beans
rice lentils
powdered milk

Help me out people.




posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 11:04 PM
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Water filters, portable.
Ramen noodles
beer



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 11:28 PM
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I don't have much of a clue but S&F for you as I am trying to pull this together for myself.

Hopefully others will fill in the blanks.



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 11:36 PM
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I admit that my BOB has some pretty meager rations. I have trailmix and a canteen for water. I'd rather have the space for gear that I can use to catch or prepare food that I obtain rather than trying to set up shop out in the wilderness.

Home preparations are another matter and your choice of food is limited only by your amount of space to store it.



posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 07:55 PM
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I have a second smaller bag, with some food and essentials in it.
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Compartment 1:
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flour
rice
oatmeal
nuts
dried veggies
dried fruit
powdered broth
powdered milk
honey
salt
spices
[cinnamon/pepper/chili-powder/garlic/lemongrass]
tea
oil
rum
gum
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Compartment 2:
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conditioner
alcohol
toothpaste
toothbrush
floss
soap
shampoo
cold cream
cocoa butter
mineral oil
TP
cotton balls
razors
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pens
paper
razorblades
paperclips
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light sticks
matches
lighters
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Front compartment
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Tom Brown survival-field guide
edible plants-field guide
first aide manual
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[edit on 9/11/2009 by reticledc]



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 10:03 PM
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I would say:

Peanut butter. (plus you can attract bugs(for fishing) and animals with it.)
Whole cloves.(it's an antiseptic as well, and helps to settle the stomach)
Green Tea (you would be surprised how much it helps)

Now beyond foods as it were:
personally I always have vitamins
Spiralina
Vitamin C(with bioflavonoids) make sure that there is no additives
A good multi-vitamin

Antioxidants or b-complex or Stress tabs

You might consider sprouting as an option as well.
It's a great way to bring highly dense food energy and vitamins.
They sprout a few days.
I see you have barley.
What can I sprout ?

[edit on 14-9-2009 by The Utopian Penguin]



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 10:06 PM
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Throw this granny on the back of your truck with her rocker before you head for tha holler. She's skinny and don't take much vittles.



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 10:16 PM
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Chocolate / good source of energy/fat and good for the soul
Canned meats like tuna, ham, chicken and beef even spam is better than bugs...

My big thing is how long we should prepare for? I mean do we just fill a bag full for a few days or do we need weeks, months or years worth of stuff?

[edit on 14-9-2009 by Melissa101]

[edit on 14-9-2009 by Melissa101]



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 10:23 PM
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Don't forget stuff for purifying water. Without clean, bacteria free water you cannot survive...
It is potasium permanganate . I have posted a thread on survival forum about it, but I don't know how to link it to this thread.

Anyway this stuff is in my back pack all the time. Good disinfecting any water from bacteria.



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 10:39 PM
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Originally posted by idle_rocker
Throw this granny on the back of your truck with her rocker before you head for tha holler. She's skinny and don't take much vittles.


...LOL...



...But Granny !...



...You Good at vittles...



...you can stare down a possum...



...at 30 paces...


we need you upfront...




[edit on 14-9-2009 by The Utopian Penguin]



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 11:40 PM
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i may be repeating something found in another post...BUT...living on the Gulf Coast and having been thru the aftermath of Hurricane Rita a few years back...my HOME grocery list is simple...4 cases LARGE cases of MREs complete with their heating packs, a Remington Nylon 66 .22 rifle with 1000 rounds, and water filtration eqipment. This should last me and the daughter for awhile...at least long enuff to get seeds in the ground. Now as for the BoB? tent sleeping bags water filters tools paracord matches lighters fishing line hooks heavy blade hatchet 1st aid kit and 14 MREs each heavy but most is in my pack...heck shes only 13



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 11:59 PM
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I agree that it is a good idea to keep MREs in home storage. However I also store a good portion of my own dehydrated foods at home as well. Veggies, meats, fruits..the whole deal.

As for my BOB it is mainly carbs and a few proteins. I carry a few 3400 calorie survival bars as well as trail mix, jerky, dehydrated fruits, raisins, and just a few of the main rations from MREs.

Water is a given. For my BOB I carry my 120oz camelbak bladder and 2 canteens.

My BOB is enough to sustain me for a few weeks(with resupplies of course) until I can get to my "BOP" as I call it. (bail out palace, final resupply point in which I have loads of equipment/food/water)


 
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posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 06:47 AM
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Yes, If you are going to shopping for grocery then please do check [gratuitous
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posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 07:57 AM
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just my opinion , but : " rations in your BOB should be edible and palatable raw // cold "

for clarification - I define " BOB " as : " the essential for a safe trasisition of 4 ~ 6 days "

anything that does require cooking - not just heating up - should be QUICK .



posted on Jan, 23 2014 @ 08:31 PM
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Tons of philosophies about BoB/GHB foods - I'll leave that one to the individual. As for home storage/preps you may be interested in what the LDS preparedness manual lists (I'm not affiliated) and you may need to filter the religious text now and then but just focus on the preparedness content and you may find value. Was a decent reference for possible prioritize/ organize the longer term buys, especially if you don't know where to start.... FWIW

survival guids in pdf
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