Bug Out Bill, an adventurer and survivor, who aims to assist explorers and outdoor lovers across the United States by offering helpful information about the best bushcraft gear they can get for their upcoming adventures, has recently released more bushcraft gear reviews. In a previous PR, which can be accessed at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/49403-bug-out-bill-offers-advice-on-the-best-bushcraft-gear-reviews, it was reported that they have released an article that reviewed hard cases for the AR-15 rifle. In this latest bushcraft gear review article, they focus on the best bunker food.
Bug Out Bill chose the top 10 emergency food kits that would last up to 25 years, examined the pros and cons for each food kit, and explained the things to look for in a portion of survival food, and more. For those who have built an underground bunker, which is an underground shelter designed to protect people from the outside, perhaps because of radioactivity after a nuclear explosion, or the outside environment is dangerous to people’s health. The priority is, of course, food and water. And bunker food is what is needed.
At the top spot of the list is ReadyWise Emergency Food Supply, which they have also given the Editor’s Choice Award. This particular product offers a combination of freeze-dried meals and dehydrated ingredients. It contains 60 servings of various meat options that could last for up to 15 years or more. Examples are: cheesy macaroni, chicken flavored noodle soup, pasta alfredo, creamy pasta and vegetables, tomato basil soup with pasta, savory stroganoff, apple cinnamon cereal, southwest rice and beans, and brown sugar and maple multi-grain.
The pros for ReadyWise Emergency Food Supply are: the included hi-impact bucket; resealable meal packets; oxygen absorber in each pack; and the fact that it can work for both cold and hot water. The cons include: its high price; and the fact that it is not gluten-free.
In second place is the PROBAR - Meal Bar 12 Flavor Variety Pack, which they have also given the Best Value award. Overall, it is a meal that is packed with natural nuts, seeds and oats that’ll keep a person on the go. Its pros include: no need for cooking or preparation; and the fact that it is soy-free, gluten-free and plant-based. Its cons include: the fact that it is only for the short term and the person eating it will crave for more water. Meanwhile, it should be noted that in another survival gear guide, Bug Out Bill also offers advice on the best bushcraft backpack at https://bugoutbill.com/best-bushcraft-backpack/.
In third place is the Wise Company Long Term Emergency Food Supply, which was also given the Top Pick award. This is a survival food kit made up of 12 buckets and is highly recommended for those who prefer plant-based food since it is made from texturized vegetable protein. Its pros include: the fact that one can eat in the pouch; the use of sealed metallyte pouches; ease of transport; ease of storage; and convenience. The cons include: its relatively high price and the fact that it is not resealable.
In fourth place is The Survival Tabs 60-Day 720 Tabs Emergency Food Ration, which is also their choice for Best Mixed Flavor Bunker Food. They found this to be an excellent backup for any disaster, including natural calamities, apocalypse, or just about anything else that can happen. Its pros include: its convenience; the fact that it is gluten free; compact; and less waste. Its cons include: the fact that it is not lactose-free and it is a bit pricey.
In fifth place is the Patriot Pantry 3-Month Emergency Food Supply, which is also their choice for the Best Easy to Prepare Bunker Food. This provides a three-month emergency food supply. Its pros include: ease of preparation; use of water-resistant buckets; the fact that the meal packets are resealable; and the fact that the ingredients are indicated at the back of the package. Its cons include its being super pricey and the fact that ir needs more water and preparation time.
Those who would like to know more about bushcraft gear evaluated on the Bug Out Bill online resource can check out their website at https://bugoutbill.com/survival-gear/, contact them on the telephone or through email.
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