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There is nothing worse then eating poorly during a disaster situation! It adds to the stress and general un-enjoyment of the situation Nothing beats chowing down on some comfort food, to help you stay on the run from the zombie hoard!

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Thanks in advance and keep the cooking fire stoked!
 

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I've pondered what the best seasoning is for long pork. I plan to eat the Vegans first of course seeing as their closest to herbivores already with their diet, but a good steak has marbling. Thing is at that point all the fat people will either be skinny or dead.
 

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I don't want to eat the fat kid.
Tooo greazy!

Now if there are recipes for cat, rat, bat.
Mmmm..... Tastes like... um.... bacon :idea:
First of all I must preface my response with these facts. Most all of the animals we consume that taste really good are herbivoirs. Most carnivoirs like tiger's taste like well...like sh*t. Now as omnivoirs we humans must taste pretty gamey because we'll eat anything. So my solution is to only consume strict vegatarians and the occasional vegan. I'll prolly have some Wise food products on hand in case I come across a sh*tty batch of humans. Oh and some dehydrated astronaut ice cream Mmmmmmmmm. So when the SHTF I may journey to the west coast to top off my freezer. i don't mind if they use medical marijuana, it just means they will be plump and i won't have to lead them so much, plus there will be twinkies in the cupboard. I hear those damn things last forever. To deal with the stringyness I used a dry rub (montreal will do in a pinch) and I split my coals and cook them in the middle. (no direct flame, 7 minutes on each side, perfect medium)

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To the OP, you may want to post a howdy greeting or an introduction. Making your first post a solicitation usually gets you less than serious responses... I'm jus sayin...

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