Loads of preppers have a supply of emergency supplies including food but what happens if you need to leave. Learn how to find food in a survival scenario if you can’t hunt.
You have to take note that you are living in an unpredictable world and as most of you know, it’s getting worse.
The planet Earth is changing, which causes more frequent as well as severe natural disasters. That is the reason why preparing for any survival scenario is important.
Check out these tips on how you can get foods in case of a survival scenario. Most people assume that in case of these scenarios happen, they’ll just get their tools or equipment and become hunters to find foods.
For others, this can be true. However, for most, it isn’t a realistic option. Fortunately, there are some better ways on how you can survive and get foods quickly.
Although hunting might be a good idea, it isn’t really a wise option. First and foremost, not all are experienced hunters to bag game consistently. In addition to that, in a survival situation, game might be just as scarce as human beings.
If there are swamps or any body of water around, there’s a huge chance you’ll find something edible like cattails. Yes, you heard it right. Cattails are edible. The good thing about them is that you can actually use all of its parts. Its shoots, for example, are good sources of vitamin C, potassium, and niacin. You can cook them just like you would prepare your asparagus.
Ben Ayad on Plan and Prepared mentioned that one of the best ways to get food in survival scenarios is through foraging. Mother Nature offers abundant food. Foraging vegetables and fruits might not be as filling and tasty as a huge slab of venison cooked up right yet it is healthy for you and there’s a lot of things around if you know where you can look.
Another way to find food is through scavenging and fishing. There are lots of fish you can find in the world. Since the surface of the world is covered by water, it means that there are many options for fish you can catch. From small ponds to the largest oceans, you will find fish. Therefore, in a survival scenario, your fishing skills may come in handy. Just make sure to find the best spot where you can go fishing anytime.
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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