If you’re like me, you’re concerned that some or all foods will soon be either too expensive to buy or not available at all. It’s no secret that I am a “late prepper” who used to dismiss calls to get prepared. I never saw the need to be ready for whatever is to come because I didn’t think things would ever get as bad as they are now.
I was wrong.
On today’s episode of The Late Prepper, I discussed seven food items that new preppers need to stock up on as soon as possible. These are items that I and other, more experienced preppers believe are both necessary for long-term survival and that may be hard to get in the coming years, even months. Food isn’t everything. We need to have a strong supply of potable water. We need medicines and other supplies. We definitely need a way to protect our supplies when someone tries to take them. But today we’re talking about food.
Certain items will be harder to get than others. This is always the case, but it will be accentuated during an economic downturn or full-blown collapse. I took that into account as well as two other factors: price and usefulness. You could stock up on Doritos if you’d like, but I don’t consider them to be very useful in a crap-hits-the-fan situation.
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