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Pilot Bread: Try Alaska’s modern day version of hardtack

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Hardtack has been an emergency ration since time immemorial. Here’s a look at pilot bread, a modern day version of hardtack widely used in rural Alaska, and why you should consider including it in your survival gear.

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Try this hardtack recipe for emergency food that lasts indefinately

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As a long term survival food, hardtack has a proven track record.

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Bannock is quick to make wherever you. The recipe is very similar to Damper, an Australian version of survival bread

Damper Recipes: Try Australia’s survival bread

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Survival food requirements are ease of making and cooking, simple ingredients and good taste! Damper is Australia’s contribution to survival bread, and here’s how to make and enjoy it!

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Survival Food: New Hardtack Recipe

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Looking for a way to use up surplus flour, or make a cheap trail food or durable survival ration? One answer may be hardtack, a baked, unleavened wheat cracker. As a survival food, hardtack has a proven track record.

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