A Review of “The Lost Superfoods”
As a key part of The Lost Ways book collection, The Lost Superfoods by Art Rude, Lex Rooker, Claude Davis and Fred Dwight offers an easy to navigate compilation of over 30 recipes of long-lasting survival foods and stockpile recommendations.
In this 270 page book, you’ll discover a wide variety of recipes and methods dedicated to sharing foods that are not only extremely healthy and nutrient dense, but also remarkably shelf-stable.
Some of the foods found in this book are ones you may already be familiar with or at least have heard of. Others are lesser-known or altogether “forgotten”- lost if you will- among today’s minutia of the Pinterest-pretty meals you’ll find on blogs across the web.
Although the recipes found within this invaluable info product may not be extravagant or exotic, they could certainly be considered rare. Many of them tend toward lesser-known ingredients that are not as easy to find and purchase as some of their more trendy, health food blog counterparts may be.
- Berries. High in fiber, berries are naturally sweet, and their rich colors mean they are high in antioxidants and disease-fighting nutrients.
- Fish. Fish can be a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which help prevent heart disease.
- Olive oil. Olive oil is a good source of vitamin E, polyphenols, and monounsaturated fatty acids, all which help reduce the risk of heart disease.
- Leafy greens. Dark, leafy greens are a good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium, as well as several phytochemicals (chemicals made by plants that have a positive effect on your health). They also add fiber into the diet.
- Nuts. Hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds, pecans — nuts are a good source of plant protein. They also contain monounsaturated fats, which may be a factor in reducing the risk of heart disease.
What You Will Learn About Survival Food Preparing
As expected, a quick Google search can turn up even the most obscure ingredient and avenue of purchase in a minute or less. Additionally, the book gently educates the reader about the specific foods and combinations suggested therein.
You’ll learn a little bit of trivia on the history, origin and uses of foods such as kudzu starch, pemmican, biltong, aaruul, Tarhana and much more.
Photos To Help
One of the best parts about this special cookbook is the abundance of colored photographs found throughout. The pictures make the recipes very easy to follow and are useful in helping you gauge how your masterpiece is looking in comparison, so you know whether you are on the right track.
It doesn’t just provide a professionally staged, perfect looking end product image, but instead shows realistic progress and result shots to keep you focused and feeling capable.
The types of food recipes that you will Find
If you’re wondering what types of recipes you may find in "The Lost Superfoods", here is a list of to give you an idea:
- Doomsday Ration Recipe
- How to Make Homemade Spam
- The Superfood Used by Japan’s Elite Assassins on Month-Long Missions
- How to Make Bread on a Stick
- The Three-Year Shelf Life Viking Survival Food
- How to Make Native American Pemmican
- How to Make Delicious Biltong with 1 Year Shelf Life
- Aaruul- The Superfood that Helped Mongols Ride to the Gates of Vienna
- Making Boiled Butter, Ghee or Clarified Butter
- How to Make Bark Bread (3 Methods)
- How to Make Homemade Bread in a Can
- How to Make Beef Jerky
- How to Make Delicious Lard with 2 Years Shelf-Life (+ 5 Tasty Recipes)
- Canning Amish Poor Man’s Steak
- How to Make Mountaineer Tuna Stroganoff
- How to Make and Smoke Kielbasa Sausages
- The Native Superfood that Saved American Colonists During the Winter of
- 1621: Johnny Cakes
- How to Make Hardtack Biscuits
- How to Make Three Sisters Soup (2 Recipes)
- How to Make Tarhana Dough and Tarhana Soup
- Bean and Rice Survival Soup (Easy and Adaptable Recipe)
- The Nutrient Packed Oil that Lasts for at Least Five Years on the Shelf
- How to Make the Ottoman Empire’s Shelf Stable Meat- Pastrima
- Frumenty: The Food that Saved Europe During the Dark Ages
- How to Make Peanut Butter Powder
- How to Make Bully Beef, the Emergency Survival Food of WW1
- How to Make Fruit Leather and Add it to Your Stockpiles
- How to Make Portable Soup that Saved The Lewis and Clark Expedition
- Canning Pasta Sauce for Long Term Preservation
- Deliciously Dehydrated Chili Bean Soup
- How to Make a Nutrient Packed Sauerkraut by Burrying Cabbages Like the Mongol Tatar People
The types of food recipes that you will Find
And it doesn’t end there. There are also over 90 pages dedicated to general food preservation topics including the following:
- Just $5 A Week Can Get Your Family Over 295 Pounds of Food
- 19 Foods That Will Outlast You
- 22 Ingenious Hacks to Make Food Last Longer
- How to Mix Your Foods for Maximum Benefit
- Canning Vegetables
- Pressure Canning Meats
- How to Pickle Meats for Long Term Storage
- Pressure Canning Bacon
- 7 Deadly Canning Mistakes Even Smart People Make
- How to Preserve Half a Pig for a Year Without Refridgeration
- How to Repackage Foods in Mylar Bags with Oxygen Absorbers for Long Term Survival
- DIY $20 Survival Food Bucket
- How to Keep Eggs Fresh for a Year with Isinglass Method
- Preserve Eggs with Mineral Oil
- What to Do with Your Frozen Food if the Power Goes Out
- How to Prevent Your Foods From Going Rancid
- How the British Survived During the Nazi Blockade
- 50 Foods to Dehydrate for Your Stockpile
- Amaranth Superfood- Storing and Using it for Survival
- Preserve Your Cheese for Years using this method
- How to Make 2400 Calorie Emergency Ration Bars Designed to Feed You for a Full Day
- How to Make Delicious MREs at Home
- And a little bonus: Edible Plants you can Find in the Wild
Wrapping it all up
So as you can see, this book is jam packed with a plethora of ways to survive and thrive food-wise if and when SHTF. It is definitely one you will want to have in your prepping arsenal and is well worth the cost considering it can help preserve your life and the lives of your loved ones in these trying times.
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