The Original Survival Food Recipe

So you just ordered a freeze-dried fruit & veggie survival food kit like this one… 

It’s probably got some strawberries, pineapple, banana chips and more.

But what do you do with it?

Well, you can actually do quite a bit!

One of the things you can do is make a tried and true recipe called… Pemmican.

An Old Native American Survival Food Recipe That Could Save Your Life

According to history, Native Americans were the first to come up with the recipe. But Pemmican is so good & portable… that everyone started making it.

Folks would even take it on polar expeditions. So you know it’s crisis ready.

Sketch of Native Americans and settlers trading Pemmican, the original survival food.
Early explorers and fur traders learning how to make pemmican from Native Americans.

Pemmican is a hearty & dependable little snack… combining all your survival foods into one.

So here’s how you make it… it only takes 3 ingredients.

  1. Grass-fed Beef Tallow 
  2. Survival Food Beef
  3. Survival Food Fruit

Now, if you’re more of a visual learner… here’s a video recipe to follow:

* Real review from real customer, who received a free product as a thank you for submitting honest feedback.

Let’s get started…

First off, wash your hands… any bacteria on your hands will shorten your Pemmican’s shelf-life & turn it rancid. Not good.

Soften your grass-fed beef tallow in a heated pot.

Just get it soft enough to work with your hands. 

Then mix 1/2 cup of survival pineapple & 1 1/2 cup of survival beef in a bowl.

Then add in your soft tallow.

Mix them all together, remember to make sure your hands are clean!

Throw down some parchment paper… and dump the bowl upside down onto the parchment paper.

Now mold the mixture into a square.

Let it harden.

Once the mixture has hardened… cut it up into squares.

Store in a jar and your pemmican will continue to cure & harden.

And according to research, this little snack could last up to 20 years!

Feel free to mix up the recipe too. You can add freeze-dried berries or strawberries to give it a real berry kick!

Happy Eating!