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They Will Smell Your Food From Miles Away…

by Tess Pennington, Ready Nutrition:

Scenario: It’s been 20 days since the blackout and 3 days since you have eaten. All the store shelves have been cleared out and there is no sign of recovery. The lucky ones already made their way out of the city, but there are some who decided to stay in the neighborhood. After your daily dumpster diving for food and supplies, you are walking past an apartment complex and smell a delicious aroma. Could it be the smell of stew making its way out of the window of the abandoned apartment complex? At this point, you have nothing to lose and your sole thought is on survival. It’s either you or them so what would you do?

Our Smells Will Give Us Away

A fear of many preppers during the beginning stages of a true SHTF event, is how our smells, as well as the aromas from foods we prepare could attract unwanted visitors. Cooking food can be smelled in best conditions up to a half mile or so.

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2 comments to They Will Smell Your Food From Miles Away…

  • dave

    good thing to remember, it cuts both ways,

    ever bait problem animals?, same thing will happen to people, when things go bad,

  • andrew james

    When shtf I’m going to share what I have. You better like oatmeal. It amazes me how expensive pine nuts are in the store. You can go outside in my neighborhood and find them for the grand sum of zero. Those fancy greens you pay 10 bucks a plate for now in the fine dining establishments used to be considered weeds 20 years ago. There are edible mushrooms growing in the backyard now. I would prefer to be in a desert environment if and when shtf. I like the selection of seeds in the desert and prickly pear better than pacific northwest cuisine. Rattlesnake isn’t bad either. It tastes like chicken.

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