Survival Bread With No Yeast (Top 5 Survival Flatbreads)

unleavened fry bread

Flatbread is an excellent way to use stored survival grain. With the ancient-trifecta of grain-flour or oats, water, and salt, you can make a staple survival flatbread. Flatbreads have no wait time and don’t require yeast or kneading—5 Perfect survival foods for an emergency, whether sheltering in place or walking out on foot. Five 3-Ingredient … Read more

How much food for a year: proven dry staples

Store food for a year. Store a lot of food. Don’t worry about guns, beans, or bullets until you have long-term emergency food. As I write this, 9 million people in Venezuela are food insecure or malnourished, and according to, Venezuela is on the brink of famine. How Much Food For a Year? For … Read more

27 Foods with a Long Shelf-life to Store for Emergencies

woman making corn tortillas

Cheap emergency food with the longest shelf-life is ideal for long-term storage. When picking backbone foods, I look for two characteristics, the longest shelf-life without refrigeration and tried and tested famine food. The following 27 foods tick both boxes. 27 foods with a long shelf-life These are the foods of pioneers, ancient civilizations, and soldiers … Read more

Food for Shortages: Top 37 to Stockpile

#10 cans and other emergency food

This is a monster list of 37 “best food for shortages,” or societal collapse. The list is made up of mostly dry staple food that does not require refrigeration and has a very long shelf-life. Staple foods like rice, beans, and wheat are proven famine food and they are the cheapest, most effective way of … Read more

Stockpile These Foods for Shortages (Famine Busters)

five food categories for storage

Survivalists know what to stockpile for shortages because this is how they build their emergency pantry, using various types of non-perishable and shelf-stable food that has a long shelf-life. Below I will discuss 5 types of food to store for shortages and to fight famine, each food type has strengths and weaknesses in different survival … Read more

How To Use Wheat Berries In Food Storage (And Other Uses For Prepping)

Wheat is outstanding survival food, but you may be wondering how to use wheat berries in food storage. The simple answer is wheat berries are unmilled flour, so you can do anything with wheat berries you can do with flour, and they can be milled into flour, sprouted, planted, and eaten whole. I’ve personally made … Read more

Can You Grind Wheat in a Blender?

grinding flour medley

Blenders aren’t designed for grinding wheat, but they do a surprisingly good job getting it done. A mill designed to mill flour will last longer and do a better job, but you can grind wheat berries into whole wheat flour with a blender. My Country Living Grain Mill is hand-cranked and a tremendous amount of … Read more

Best Wheat Berries For Bread (long-term storage)

close up of wheat kernels

Wheat berries are a powerhouse of nutrition capable of storing for decades in your emergency pantry. This article is being written as I plan my own emergency grain storage. Hopefully, you will find this information helpful as you plan yours. Let’s take a look at why I think hard white wheat berries are the best … Read more

Chickpeas: Excellent Survival Food

Spicy chickpeas in a pan with fresh bread

Chickpeas, also known as Garbanzo beans, are a proven survival food. Cultivated since 3000 B.C., eaten by the armies of ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. They have a good track record as a staple food. Chickpeas are an excellent survival food. 1/2 cup of chickpeas provides 160 kcal, high protein, and fiber, and they are … Read more

Non Perishable Food For the Apocalypse (106 Top Foods For Stockpiling)

dak ham, dinty moore beef stew, deviled ham

Non-perishable foods are outstanding for long and short-term emergencies. Use them to build a short-term emergency kit for hurricanes or other natural disasters. Also, they work well to build bug-out kits and for long-term emergency food storage. The bulk of my non-perishable emergency food is dry goods like rice, beans, and wheat, but I also … Read more