Survival Food – 10 You Should Be Growing Yourself

While I completely understand the value behind buying freeze dried survival food, like when it may be too dangerous to garden out on your front lawn due to a social collapse, or because of the always real danger of crop failures…

You can save a LOT of money, and get nutritionally superior food for getting your family, or community through tough times, by growing it yourself. You just need to make sure you pick the right crops that can actually get you through tough times. Here’s an infographic we thought would help you in picking the best survival food for growing during long term disaster scenarios.

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Survival Food Graphic

If you’d like a deeper look into the “why” we’ve chosen these survival foods, you might find this post interesting.

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3 Responses to “Survival Food – 10 You Should Be Growing Yourself”

  1. Frank Says:

    I am extremely intrigued and confused by your mention of #1 potatoes as a protein………….????
    Carbs yes, protein??……please enlighten me after growing, working and selling potatoes for over 40 years.


    • David Goodman Says:

      No – they’re not primarily a protein, but potatoes contain roughly twice the protein of a heavily starchy root like cassava. It might come across wrong to point to their protein content as a plus, but I find it impressive that something primarily known as a carb contains a decent smattering of protein as well.


  2. Amie Says:

    Growing food is important, another great thing is making medicine, for children specifically. Herbal Healing for Children is an awesome resource for that. I have been giving it out to all my friends in the community. They need to know how to properly treat children. She will also answer questions from readers and runs an herbal school, Other great resources like James Green, Medicine Makers Handbook are good options also.


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