In the midst of growing concern regarding food production and supply it is only smart for anyone to be proactive; ensuring there is an adequate supply of this essential human need. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) came out some days back to warn about the looming food crisis, commenting on the impact of COVID-19 on the global food supply chain.
We’re at War! It is no longer news that the world is currently experiencing biological warfare with regards to Covid-19. In any war situation; the first “weapon” so to speak that one must be armed with is a “Survival Guide”. For instance, The Lost Ways 2 Survival Guide comprehensively explains how to stay afloat in the midst of the food crisis and other related issues.
The human body is designed to have a frequent intake of food for the following reasons: Supply of energy for strength; to produce body chemicals needed for tissue and other body repairs, and to offer the body the necessary nutrients for growth. When you think about the role that food plays in human life; the first thing that would come to your mind –obviously –is to keep us alive. We need nutrients and calories from food for growth, repairs and ensure the proper functioning of the body’s metabolic processes.
How Nutritious Are Canned Food?
Canned foods can play a vital role in the overall nutrient supply and healthy diet. Individuals who eat more canned foods open themselves up for higher intake of vegetables and fruits for instance and higher intake of nutrients than those who eat fewer canned vegetables and fruits.
Canned foods can be just as nutritious as foods made fresh or frozen food. The reason this is so is that canning ensures preservations of many nutrients. The amount and quality of fat-soluble vitamins and minerals as well as other food nutrients –relatively–stay the same and unchanged as a result of the canning process.
You should also know that canned foods are a convenient way to have more of your otherwise ‘fresh dishes’ as they are mostly affordable. The ultimate advantage of canned foods remains its longevity; the ability to remain healthy and edible for a long time. An average canned food has a shelf life of at least twelve to sixty months. This and much more important information is available on The Lost Ways 2 Survival Guide.
Go For the Best Survival Canned Food
It is amazing what you will discover from this book regarding survival information on food and other necessities.
How to provide for oneself and family –during events that call for people’s proactivity; such as making provision for food –is a question that lurks on the human mind in the advent of major or minor food crises.
Survivalists know that in the days of uncertainties, panics, and crisis; ensuring adequate preparation involves stocking the house with foods and other necessities that can stand the test of time.
People who consume less canned foods steer away because of the notion that they are not up to par in terms of their nutritional value and content. Nonetheless, canned food can contribute to the overall balance diet and healthy dish especially when you need to stock food that’d keep you healthy whilst battling with food crises and shortages.
As you stock your home; below are canned foods to include in your groceries for the quest for survival:
Bega Cheese in a Can
This one Can 200g processed cheese has a shelf life of 10 to 15 years. Imported fresh from Australia, it’s one of the best cheese around that you can grate and slice to make dinner.
Yes, I am referring to bread that comes in a can. B & M brown bread is an option to consider due to its ability to remain edible for several years. It is a classic New England taste and termed as New England favorite!
Canned bacon is touted as the favorite of the meat options, which includes canned ham and canned hamburger. It’s a miracle that bacon comes in a can; makes it easy for a survival plan. Yoder’s bacon in a can, for instance, has a shelf life of about 10 years.
There are quite a number of canned foods you can grab and stockpile in the face of food shortages; others include Hamburger meat preserved in a can, ready-to-eat Beef stew in a can, etc.
Canned tomato without salt
Most of the sauces and stews that you cook require a tomato base.
The natural tomato without canning salt is perfect to accompany any dish that requires sauce, crushed, or natural. In addition, it is very cheap and we find it even out of season.
The sardines canned in oil are perfect for a quick dinner snack. They are great too because they contain omega 3. In addition, if you buy them in olive oil, you will have a product of equal or better quality than the fresh one.
Canned sardines are not the only fish products to consume in canned containers. Other fish like tuna are also very positive. In addition, with them, we can make many quick and healthy dishes.
Low sodium green beans
The green beans could also retain all its properties. However, we must be careful to choose cans that are low in salt or low in sodium and refer to it on the label.
The coconut milk canned is highly recommended because we can use it all year long and is easy to get anywhere. In addition, with it, we can prepare delicious sweets and desserts.
Although you can buy fresh or frozen vegetables, its canned version is not a bad option. According to specialists, vegetables are canned at their maximum maturity, so they remain a nutritious option. Plus, they’re easy to store and you don’t have to worry about them spoiling in your fridge. I always chose the option with the least amount of sodium.
Getting canned foods is one thing; what happens when events escalated or become tense and other things needed for food preparation are cut off or undersupply? For instance; supply of electricity or gas.
Ultimately you need a guide that’d get you equipped and prepared for the apocalypses [the eventualities]. When things go haywire how do you keep yourself and your loved ones alive? This book is the ultimate survival guide. Remember when things get rough only the tough keeps going.