It’s almost impossible to feel any excitement about eating something that came straight from cans. After all, who would relish the thought of a meal of canned corn or beans unless you have been starving amidst a natural catastrophe?
But, there are several canned products that you can get excited about aside from the obvious stuff such as blueberry pie filling. For those who are looking for something truly exciting, canned food can be the answer to your prayers.
Yes, you’ve read that right. According to Preparedness Mama, you can now get and enjoy canned bacon in various styles, from regular smoked to crispy fried bacon.
If you got some available room or you have a bunker or stationary survival camp, there is simply no reason for you not to keep on hand some comfort food such as bacon.
There is no guarantee when it comes to electricity while generators tend to eat up lots of your precious fuel reserves. This means that canning food is your best choice for more reliable stores.
According to Survival Sullivan, bacon is an exceptional survival food as it contains animal protein and fat, the two things that are hardest to acquire.
If you keep uncooked bacon at normal room temperature, this will just last for several hours. If kept in the refrigerator, this is food for up to one week. But, when you can bacon using the right method, you can preserve your favorite bacon for 6 months up to one year.
Bio Prepper shares some tips on how you can prepare your own canned bacon that you can add to your stash.
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.
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