A Survival Guide for Foodies

August 26, 2011

Emergency food doesn't have to taste gross and be unhealthy. As the big apple gears up for an intense lady named Irene, I thought I'd share my healthy survival food ideas with you.

Canned wild salmon, mackerel, and sardines. These go well with Mary's Gone Crackers.

Lydia's Organics is a line of soaked and sprouted nuts, seeds, whole grains, and veggies in the form of bars, "bread", cereal, and more. Go Raw is a similar line.

Organic Food Bars, nuts, seeds, nut butter, tahini for protein.

Grass fed beef, buffalo, wild salmon, or turkey jerky are all excellent sources of protein.

Eden Organic canned beans, can be eaten cold in a pinch. Eden is the only brand that doesn't line the cans with bisphenol-A.

Coconut water will keep you hydrated and tastes yummy!

If you have a camping or Sterno stove, then you can heat up organic canned soup or veggies, Tasty Bites, and the food in your fridge before it goes off.

Food is fuel, and the quality does affect the result, so in a time of crisis you want to be fueled up to run optimally!


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