Hi there I am very new to prepping only about 2 months worth... I have read multiple books and seen countless shows on prepping.... My question is there any more advice I can obtain about storage and preserving on a very very small budget?? a
Welcome and thank you for taking time to join Doomsday Prepper Forums.com. Your presence here is much appreciated. We look forward to your posts, and hope you enjoy the community!Hi there I am very new to prepping only about 2 months worth... I have read multiple books and seen countless shows on prepping.... My question is there any more advice I can obtain about storage and preserving on a very very small budget?? a
I agree it's not super nutritious but it's really good to mix with other things to make really good dishes. I make a really easy dish that everyone raves about when trying it. Fry 1lb burger with some chopped onion, brown and drain. Throw in chopped cabbage and soy sauce and the Ramon season packets and cook until the cabbage is still just a little crisp. Boil two Ramon packets and mix into stir fry. This dish takes me about twenty minutes and is really good. I only wish I had ten more quick receipies this good! I haven't eaten any of the dehydrated foods yet, but bet they would mix well with Ramon's.Ramen isn't very nutritious though. Plenty of other food options. I like Ramen, but I wouldn't recommend surviving on it.
Hellz yea nothing like some Top Ramen and Squirrel!Learn how to make amazing top ramen!! You can add other things to it and turn it into a meal every time. Ramen is also light weight!!
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Yum, gourmet squirrel!Anything with simple carbs for a collapse type situation is good because it turns to fat and when your body is starving for energy it begins to use that fat storage now granted noodles arent gonna be healthy on there own you also need protein which you can get from any meat source so throw a rat or couple mice in that ramen ! squirrel,deer,etc. Vitamin c is vital ! look up your local plant life see what is ok to eat and what they benefits of those plants are then you can have you a nice healthy ramen stew of some sort.
I do coupon as well and it has gone great so far now I'm trying to can foods and even dehydrate foods. Also I bout seeds that could reproduce so I can use those as wellCouponing! I can't even stress that enough. Couponing and prepping go hand in hand. Essentials like toilet paper, tooth paste, deodorant, soaps, pastas, rice, potato flakes, soups, peanut butter and more can be bought in bulk for pennies.