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25 Simple and Cheap Camping Foods

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25 Simple and Cheap Camping Foods
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We’re in the heart of summer right now, and lots of people are going camping. When I was a kid, my parents only took me camping a few times. They didn’t really know what they were doing, but they did their best. We roasted marshmallows over the fire and made smores. But other than that, we didn’t have much to eat.

Not knowing what foods to pack, they brought some canned beans and vegetables, along with chips, crackers, cereal bars, bottled water, and soda. As a kid, I was happy to eat chips and smores every day, but since we also did a fair amount of hiking, I was starving the whole time.

When you’re camping, you can’t just eat carbs and sugar all day. You need fat and protein as well, along with proper nutrition so you’ll have the energy and alertness to enjoy your camping trip.

Which leads me to this week’s video. It’s from The Prepared Wanderer, and in it he talks about 25 foods to take with you camping.

With all of these things in your bag, you’ll be able to cook hearty meals three times a day without the need for a cooler. Here’s what he recommends:


  1. Ramen noodles
  2. Meat packets
  • Tuna packets
  • Spam packets
  • Instant soup
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Ready meals (microwaveable pouches)
    • Roasted vegetable penne
    • Red beans and rice
  • Dehydrated meals (Mountain House)
  • Cheese sauce
  • Beverages

    1. Tea
    2. Hot cocoa
    3. Coffee
      • Lattes
      • Cappuccino
      • Coffee crystals
    4. Creamers
    5. Sweeteners
    6. Lemon juice

    Breakfast & Snacks

    1. Instant Oatmeal
    2. Fig Bars
    3. Peanut butter
    4. Energy bars
      • Cliff bars
      • Lara bars
    5. Waffle packets
    6. Cliff shots


    1. Meat spices
      • Red Eyed Hog
      • Old Bay
    2. Salt
    3. Pepper
    4. Chicken broth
    5. Condiment packs
      • Ketchup
      • Hot sauce
      • Soy sauce
      • Italian dressing
    1. Home dehydrated food

    Watch the video below to learn more about these foods, why he chose them, which brands he recommends, and more.

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    4 No Cook Meals For Surviving The Pandemic And Food Supply Shortages

    prosciutto avocado sandwich

    When it comes to your food supply, you just can’t risk not having enough. These no cook meals will be a great addition to your food supply planning. Check out the recipes below!

    No Cook Meals to Help You Through the Pandemic

    As of the writing of this article, there are 20 meat processing plants that have been shut down due to COVID-19 infections. We have been worrying about these types of effects on our food supply for months now, and this is the first real sign of how infections can affect the food supply.

    When you walk into a supermarket, you might not see all the choices you had in the past. An empty meat case is a humbling thing for your eyes to fall upon. It’s the shocking realization that the seemingly infinite supply of chickens, pigs, and cows that are butchered for us has begun to run dry!

    To deal with this issue, we are going to present four no cook meals that will help you create dinners at home that will feed your family without worrying so much about what’s available, or unavailable, in the meat case.

    1. Smashed White Bean, Avocado and Salted Pork Sandwiches

    Smashed White Bean, Avocado and Salted Pork Sandwiches | No Cook Meals for Surviving the Pandemic and Food Supply Shortages

    As preppers we get beans. There are a bunch of ways to use beans and this a great example of how you can pack a sandwich with great nutrition and protein.

    Serving: Makes 4 sandwiches


    • Can of White Beans
    • Olive Oil
    • 1 Avocado
    • 8 Slices of Whole Grain Bread
    • 8 Slices of Salted Pork (Prosciutto, Ham, Virginia Ham)


    • Begin by draining your beans in a colander then smashing them up in a bowl add a few glugs of olive oil, salt, pepper. This little mix is delicious. If you add some minced rosemary, you can even turn this into a delicious dip.
    • Pit your avocado and cut it in half and then quarters lengthwise. Leave the skin on.
    • Lay the bread out on a clean work surface for assembling the sandwiches.
    • Spread your mashed bean mix onto one side of the bread.
    • Peel your avocados and slice 1 quarter for each sandwich. Spread slices over the bean spread.
    • Add a few slices of your pork to over the top of the avocado.
    • You can finish this sandwich with some lettuces, fresh sprouts, or just eat it as is.

    2. Delicious Crab Salad

    Canned crab is a protein option that will likely be around through much of this meat crisis. It does have to be kept in refrigeration, but it’s delicious and this chipotle mayo salad is great in the spring and summer.


    • 1 Can of Crab Meat
    • 1 Bunch of Asparagus
    • Chipotle Mayo
    • 1 Bunch of Green Onions
    • 1 Bunch of Cilantro


    • Drain your crab in a colander and set it in the sink.
    • Slice your asparagus into 1-inch pieces. Throw them into a bowl.
    • Thinly slice your onions and your cilantro and throw that into the bowl, as well.
    • Gently toss in the crab meat.
    • Squirt on enough Chipotle mayo to coat everything and toss gently not to break up the crab meat.
    • Chill in the fridge and serve.

    3. Simple Greek Salad

    Simple Greek Salad | No Cook Meals for Surviving the Pandemic and Food Supply Shortages

    The combination of simple summer ingredients makes for an incredible quick salad that you could add other proteins, too, if you wanted. These could be canned meats.


    • 2 Large Tomatoes
    • 1 Cucumber
    • 1 Red Onion
    • ¼ Cup of Feta Cheese
    • A Few Sprigs of Fresh Mint
    • ½ Cup of Kalamata Olives
    • Balsamic Dressing


    • I like to cut the tomatoes in large chunks and have them kind of be the main course in this salad. Peel and slice your cucumber in half. Remove the seeds and either dice or slice in half-moons.
    • Peel and slice your red onion in half. Julienne your, or thinly slice, your half onion.
    • Add all these ingredients to a bowl. Finely slice your mint.
    • Add your olives, crumbled feta, and mint to the bowl and add enough dressing to coat everything.
    • Stir it up and allow this to chill for at least an hour for the flavors to really blend.

    4. Mediterranean Tuna Lettuce Wraps

    Mediterranean Tuna Lettuce Wraps | No Cook Meals for Surviving the Pandemic and Food Supply Shortages

    Using some similar ingredients and adding a protein like tuna, you can create some delicious lettuce wraps. The key to a good lettuce wrap is to have most of the items around the same size. So, consider that when you are preparing this dish.


    • Iceberg or Butter Lettuce
    • Canned Artichokes
    • Canned roasted Red peppers
    • Fresh Cucumber
    • Feta Cheese
    • Minced Olives ¼ Cup
    • 2 Cans of Tuna
    • Green Onions
    • Basil


    • Start by peeling all the full leaves from your lettuce. Set them on a plate either cover them with a wet paper towel or put them back into the fridge.
    • Dice the peppers, artichokes, and cucumbers into cubes. Go no larger than ½ an inch.
    • Thinly slice your green onions and basil and add them to a bowl with your diced vegetables. Add your loves to this bowl and mix them thoroughly.
    • Crumble your feta cheese over the mixture.
    • Drain your tuna thoroughly and then add that to the bowl, as well.
    • Gently toss this mixture. Try not to break up the tuna and the cheese too much but incorporate it thoroughly.
    • If you want, you can add some olive oil to the mix or a few glugs of balsamic vinegar. It’s also delicious just how it is.
    • Scoop a few tablespoons into a lettuce leaf, wrap it up and eat up!

    These no cook meals should help lessen the stress you feel when thinking of what to feed your family. If you don’t have the specific ingredients, use your creativity, and use what you have. You might discover a new recipe while you’re at it!

    What’s your favorite no cook meal recipe? Please share it with us in the comments section!

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    Billionaire Whistle Blower: Wuhan Coronavirus Death Toll Is Over 50,000

    1. Exiled Chinese businessman Guo Wengui recently revealed leaks from Wuhan crematoriums. He claims based on the number of bodies their furnaces are burning, the death toll could be as high as 50,000.

    A Chinese billionaire and whistleblower who lives in U.S. exile says Wuhan crematoriums have burned 50,000 coronavirus victims. | Credit: Chinatopix via AP

    • The official coronavirus death toll in China is a little over 800. But an exiled Chinese businessman says crematoriums are leaking the real figure.
    • A billionaire whistleblower alleges Wuhan has crematoriums working 24/7. He claims they’ve cremated some 50,000 coronavirus victims.
    • Guo Wengui is a Chinese billionaire living in exile in the United States.

    The official coronavirus death toll is some 800 people in China. The current official death toll worldwide, outside of China, is 774. But a Chinese billionaire with a history of blowing the whistle on his former government says the real figure is much higher.

    Exiled Chinese businessman Guo Wengui recently revealed leaks from Wuhan crematoriums. He claims based on the number of bodies their furnaces are burning, the death toll could be as high as 50,000. Wengui made the bombshell allegations in an interview with former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.


    Whistleblower: 1.5 Million Coronavirus Cases In China, 50,000 Coronavirus Deaths In Wuhan


    He also claims to have inside information that there are 1.5 million confirmed coronavirus cases in China. Wengui is emphatic that these are not merely quarantined or “under observation” but confirmed cases of coronavirus infection:


    China has struggled to contain the coronavirus. But it has also struggled to contain public outcry against censorship and tight control of information. Dr. Li Wenliang, who sounded the alarm about the disease, succumbed to an infection and died this week. The Chinese government arrested him for blowing the whistle.

    Then officials tried to suppress news of his death. Afterwards, millions of Chinese citizens saw the hashtag #IWantFreedomOfSpeech on Mandarin language social media. But the Chinese government censored that too.

    Are Wengui’s Crematorium Claims Credible?

    Watch VICE’s 2017 profile on Guo Wengui. At the time, he published bombshell documents alleging corruption in the Chinese government. He got the attention of the media and reportedly the U.S. State Department.


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    5 Types Of Ammunition To Stockpile For A Collapse


    Every prepper knows it’s a great idea to stockpile ammunition when preparing for a major disaster.

    You can use it for hunting, self-defense, or barter.

    But which types of ammo should you stockpile?

    If you plan on bartering, then you don’t want a bunch of calibers that nobody wants. And that’s just one consideration.

    In this video, Reality Survival & Prepping talks about what he thinks are the 5 best types of ammunition to stockpile for a collapse.

    Here are his picks:

    1. .22 LR – Very common, good for hunting small game, very light and small.
    2. 9mm Luger – Great for self-defense, fits in a wide variety of handguns.
    3. 5.56×45mm or .223 Remington – Also very common, cheap and effective.
    4. .308 Winchester – Widely used, works in AR10 and bolt-action platforms.
    5. 12 Gauge – You can do a lot with it — hunt, defend yourself, etc.

    In the video below he makes a much more detailed case for each caliber. What do you think of this list?

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