Learn how to make pemmican the original Native American survival food. When it comes to foods that are designed to be used strictly for survival it is very important that it be both highly nutritious and storable for long periods of time.
While freely killed meat is normally preferred if you are stranded in the wilderness, however, if you are needing food for a shorter period or no access to fire to cook the meat, having a highly nutritious temporary food source is preferred.
This recipe for making pemmican is from, Survival Philosophy. The author of the article was looking to educate the reader a little on the option of pre-made survival food.
Unlike having to hunt, catch and cook your meal to survive, Pemmican can be eaten in small quantities right out of the packaging and supply the needed nutrition for the day.
Benefits of reading the Survival 101: Pemmican Recipe Native American Survival Food
Discover how for centuries people of different regions of the world used pemmican food to survive long journey’s.
The article includes a brief history of the Pemmican food and includes some recipes.
The recipes include a list of all of the necessary ingredients and have a step by step preparation guide.
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