37 foods to survive that will be Sold Out After Crisis

According to Damien Campbell there are 37 foods that will be sold out after crisis. The following video shows you exactly what is in his guide.

Alternatively you can get grab a copy on trial for only $7. Get the $7 trial here – 37foods for $7

Damian Campbell’s guide ‘Sold Out After Crisis’, helps to prepare people in the event that there is a disaster.

This Informative guide tells people how to prepare for a disaster which could have a high likelihood of making food scarce in grocery stores.

The government already tells us that we should prepare for at least 3 days and urges us to prepare for many more in the event that emergency services cannot get to us.

When disaster strikes emergency services will initially focused on helping high risk areas like hospitals, police stations, water supply etc. You as a householder are expected to take care of yourself.

Also pertinent is that the emergency food handed out may be intolerable to your digestion and this is what makes Sold out after Crisis a highly recommended buy. After Katrina, there were several incidents of stomach in-tolerances because the fare handed out was MRE (Military Ready Eat Meals) better suited to a healthy soldier. Perhaps this is the most important point, would you rather be self sufficient for more than just a couple of days eating food that is palatable interspersed with some treats or sup on things that keep you alive but miserable. In times of crisis it is important that health and morale is the focus. Do not underestimate the value of a nutritious peanut butter and honey sandwich as a lift me up when the chips are down.

I remember a conversation with a Sarajevo survivor, the item that was the most sought after, during times of hardship, was ironically not rice but toilet paper. Apparently you could trade it for just about anything.

So, How does the Damian Campbell guide on 37 foods to survive work?
In a bid to be ready, it was applicable to reiterate the following steps:

  •   Prepare in advance of the actual disaster
  •   Know the shelf life of the items that you stock.
  •   List and store all non-food items that you would need.
  •   Have a variety of at least 37 essential foods that you would need during the crisis.
  •   It is important to know exactly what you will need.
  • Store everything that you would require to bake your own food during and after any kind of disaster.

Sold Out After Crisis Guide – The good points

The language the author uses in his sales videopage is designed to infiltrate the reader’s mind and create trepidation, thus leaving the reading with no other alternative but to buy his ‘Sold out after Crisis guide’.

If this product is not for you return it within 60 days -guaranteed money back.

What’s more it only costs a measly $7 for the trial period – read it, if it is not for you cancel and get your money back – at the very least you may have learnt just one thing.

All steps are elaborated on,  for example, the exact makeup of each of the the 37 essential food items, Here is an excerpt on grains:

Excerpt from Damian Campbell's 37 foods to Survive
Excerpt from Damian Campbell’s Sold Out After Crisis

Plus there are four bonuses:- [click any picture to watch the scary video….]

Sold out after crisis Bonuses
4 Vital Bonuses
Sold out after crisis water purification
Water Purification Quickstart Guide
Sold out after crisis survival gardening
Survival Garden Plans
Sold out after crisis off grid power
Off-Grid Survival
Backup Power
Sold out after crisis storage
Survival Food Stockpiling & Storage

Water purification, as well as how to structure your garden so that is can survive the shortages of the time, how to access and create an off-grid power supply and how to keep your 37 food items stored so they last and are are safe.

Sold Out After Crisis Guide – The not-so-good points

The language the author uses in his sales video page is designed to infiltrate your mind and create trepidation, thus leaving you with no other alternative but to buy his ‘Sold out after Crisis guide’. This is so skillfully done with language and cartoons, it is scare marketing at its best!

Review of the “Sold Out After Crisis” Guide

This guide is plausible and is the kind of book that is concise with the relevant information that the reader needs to know. Campbell’s “survive-Anything guide” is a revelation and persons are likely to learn a lot as well as how to make a survival pack that is inclusive of the 37 vital food.

Be safe!

Blessings – Carol

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Other Links

37 foods you need to survive – BHM Forum

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The guy talked for quite a while about the 37 foods you need to survive but will be quickly sold out at the stores. I listened to the whole video till 

37 Critical Items

And that’s why I’ve put together this list of 37 crucial food items. The thousands of people who have been helped by my Survive-Anything guide need to know 

37 Things You Should Stock but Probably Aren’t – Survival Cache

35. Liquor 37. Glasses – Prescription and OTC. UPDATED: 38. Alcohol Wipes 39. Eyedrops 40. Pet Food 41. Fertilizer 42. Coolers 43. Buckets 44. Clothes Pins 

What’s the #1 most important food item ? – Survivalist Forum

100+ posts – 19 authors – Jun 1, 2011
The one I got today was a book about the 37 food items that will dissapear from ….. It’s not the perfect protein but you would be able to survive.

37 things you should hoard – or is it 55? Who needs to buy a book 

Nov 17, 2011 – I did a google search and found that the 37 things I wanted to look at was not a list, but a book.  MERGENCY SURVIVAL FOODS LIST 

basic list of suggested items for long term survival

Otherwise you will end up with all old food you might not even want to eat. …. 37. Safety pins. 38. Swiss Army knife. 39. Bobby pins (you can work wonder with 

37 Critical Disaster Food Items

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Jump to Do you know other items that are a must have when trying to survive ‎: These are 37 Disaster Foods  Top Ten Survival Books for 2012 

100 Items to Disappear First

Vegetable Oil (for cooking) Without it food burns/must be boiled etc.,) 12. Charcoal, Lighter Fluid  Survival Guide Book. 18. Mantles: Aladdin  37. First aid kits 38. Batteries (all sizes…buy furthest-out for Expiration Dates) 39. Garlic, spices 

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 board while he tells you about buying the 37 crucial food items you will NEED tosurvive long term and how the are affordable on any budget.

Preparing for intense weather

Best way to prepare for weather disaster

With our weather patterns changing and more intense weather on the way, these links offer some good advice.

National Safety Council | Emergency Preparedness Plan & Checklist



Guides to Disaster Recovery



Prepare, Plan & Stay Informed for Emergencies http://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan


Home Emergency & Disaster Safety



Pet Disaster Preparedness – ASPCA



Basic Life Support and Emergency CPR



Natural Disasters & Severe Weather



Thanks to http://educatorlabs.org/ for the heads up.


Survival Emergency Contact List

Ensure your family stays in contact in a disaster

Recently after I read a story about a young teenager separated from her parents in the wake of the Sendai March 11, 2011 earthquake and the devastating tsunami, I decided to pack a small pack in both my daughter schoolbag and my husband’s briefcase. By the way, the teenager did locate her parents after 48 hours – she stayed alive on the top floor of her school, surviving am earthquake, tsunami and a blizzard.

Survival Emergency Contact List

First of all we discussed and picked  two meeting places:
The first was a location a safe distance from our home in case of fire – this is in our street opposite our home and saves us all trying to frantically look for each other.
The second was a place outside your neighborhood in case you can’t return home. We have a fire department near us as a first call and a friends house in the neighborhood as  a backup location

We then chose an out-of-state friend as a family contact for everyone to call. We are more likely to connect with an out-of-state number than a local number when there is a disaster in our local area.  All family members are to contact this phone number in case of an emergency. We also supplied our contact number with our out-of-state family so it minimizes calls to our area after normal phone services have been restored.

If someone in your family has a communication disability, make sure your emergency information list notes the best way to communicate with you. This may be by writing notes, pointing to letters, words, or pictures, or finding a quiet place. Also equip them with a Kwikpoint


Let Your Family Know You’re Safe

If your community has experienced a disaster, register on the American Red Cross Safe and Well Web site available through RedCross.org to let your family and friends know about your welfare. If you don’t have Internet access, call 1-866-GET-INFO to register yourself and your family.


Pocket Survival Kit List – How to make a survival kit

Personal/Pocket Survival Kit – How to make a survival kit

A pocket survival kit, also called a personal or many survival kit, is the smallest version of survival kits and is designed to increase your chances of survival during a disaster but more importantly it is small enough and light enough to carry all times. It is also a useful addition to a survival kit all your Bug Out Bag.

How would you carry in your kit depends on your climate and personal preferences and a smaller kit that you always carry is much better than a larger kit you never carry. You can also be divided into two smaller containers. A personal survival kit is a bit like a personal knife, there is no perfect one for everyone and preassembled survival kits start at about $20 alternatively you can build your own for free by using the components I shown below. The key though is too buying one that has high quality components. Although these kits are fun they are not a toy and may save your life – bear this in mind when you buy one or assemble one. I will give you my recommendations and the reasons for them.Best Survival list kit

Survival tin or nylon pocket or water container

Personally I don’t think an old cigarette tin is the best container for your items unless you manage to waterproof it first. If you like the idea of a hard container check out the waterproof Micro Case from Pelican. Alternatively a waterproof nylon bag like the one used by pocket survival pak plus kit from renowned wilderness expert Doug Ritter is excellent and can be used  collect water. Speaking of which you could store your kit (especially the car kit) in a neoprene wide mouthed bottle. Nalgene makes the smallest wide mouthed bottle I know.


A Basic Pocket Survival kit list from the SAS Encyclopedia of Survival follows below:

When putting together a basic survival kit, try and think of selecting items for multiple use.


Survival Kit List of Items


Fire Flint and Steel This is more robust and reliable then matches.  survival list flint and steel
Fire Waterproof Matches or Bic lighter Must be special windproof and waterproof matches. Usually burns for around about 12 seconds  Survival list waterproof matches
Efficient tinder and fire lighting aid.Also used to clean wounds Tampons British RAF and special forces have two tampons as standard issue  Survival list 2 tampons
Water carrier Can make a small catapult Can also protect dry tinder in wet weather Condoms – unlubricated Excellent water carrier when supported in a sock or shirtsleeve.  Survival list unlubricated condoms for water
Water Water Treatment Tabletsor water filtration bottle Choose tablets for your survival kit (about 50) as they light to carry

pocket survival kit tablets

Clothing and shelter Probably one of the most useful and versatile items. Great for securing important pieces of gear to yourself and can be used as a fishing hook Safety pins and needles Get a couple of Large Safety Pin as well – can be used for defense For the needles try and get a couple with large eyes. The sailmakers needle (chenille no 6) has a large eye, useful if your hands are cold and can sew together canvas and materials using twine etc.  Survival list safety pins
Clothing and shelter Single Edge Razor Blades Useful for gutting fish, cutting sinew or making weapons Survival list single edge razor blade
Clothing and shelterCan double as reflective material to draw attention to yourself Emergency Sleeping Bag, Survival Bag Protection from both wind and rain. Two bags separated by a layer of grass, bracken or hay will form a basic sleeping bag  Survival list survival bag
Clothing and shelter Parachute cord, I would probably go for the paracord watch see below Good for making shelters and the inner strands of thinner cord can be used for sewing or fishing. A recommended minimum of 15 meters (50 feet). Very useful are a Para-Cord Survival Bracelets if you have limited space – basically 1 inch of bracelet equals 1 foot.  Survival list parachute bracelet
Navigation and signalling Watch – You can now get a watch with a nifty paracord strap. Not usually a direct part of your survival kit at a digital (not analog) watch can be a great navigational aid pocket survival kit paracord watch
Clothing and shelter, food Survival KnifeIf I had to carry only one tool it would be the Leatherman Skeletool because it is multifunction and you can open it’s knife with one hand. Check the knife’s construction as cheaper ones have flooded the market and there is a weak point where the blade  meets the handle  Survival list survival sheath knife
Clothing and shelter, food Multi-functional tools In survival situations multifunctional tools are likely to be more productive than a knife. The Leatherman or Gerber are well made and should last a lifetime. Most are simply pliers, wire cutters, cutting blade, saw, screwdrivers and files. Attach to body with cord to ensure it is not lost.  
Can also be used as this snare Wire saw – get one made of eight strains of stainless steel wire Can cut would, bone, plastics and even metal. May overheat due to friction – saw slowly to avoid this  pocket survival kit wire saw
Navigation and signalling Compass Button compasses are really only for emergency escape and evasion – a liquid filled ‘Silva’ is used for navigation by map and good alternative  
Navigation and signalling Whistle A quality whistle can be hooked up to 1000 metres or a ¾ miles on a clear day  pocket survival kit emergency whistle
Navigation and signalling Signalling mirror or Heliograph On a clear sunny day your affection can be spotted for miles -familiarise yourself with operating instructions before any emergency rescue attempt  pocket survival kit signal mirror
Notepad Notepad and pen You may need to leave a directions or make notes  for yourself. I recommend Rite in the Rain Waterproof notebooks  personal pocket survival kit notepad
Emergency Food see survival food list for a comprehensive list of survival foods to keep at home Emergency food. Except in extreme cold conditions, fit adults can live without solids for weeks. Food can add more heady bulk to survival packs and its worth. So minimize. Hot drinks lifts morale and this affects survival chances Not an immediate requirement in a situation however can produce normality which is good for morale – keep to a minimum: two fuel tablets, tea, coffee sachets, sugar, meat stock cubes pocket survival emergency food
Fishing equipment Basic components: 5 hooks (size 14 or 16), approximately 30 m (100 foot) of line, 10 iron or brass weights and swivels. Include a cork for a float. A plastic luminous lure or a small fishing net is a nice to have. pocket survival kit fishing kit
Snares -effective for catching game Purpose-built snares are most effective but if you cannot get them then carry it is 5 m (16.5 feet) or brass wire in which they can be constructed. Wyatt also be used for fishing traces all in shelters or making improvised packs pocket survival kit snare
Fire, Food (only if 100% tallow) Multipurpose Lubricant(nice to have – pack in home/car survival kit) Candles[click links for where to buy survival supplies] Preferably one made of 100% stearine, bees wax or tallow (solidified animal fats). Can double as emergency food. Do not eat candles made a paraffin wax. survival list beeswax candles
(nice to have -pack in home/car survival kit) Flares and smoke In a life-threatening emergency flares can also be used to start a fire. Find out which color signals emergency  pocket survival kit emergency flares
(nice to have- pack in home/car survival kit) Global positioning systemThe ecco claims they have the smallest gps Great gift for someone who constantly forgets where they parked their car. Relies on battery is so makes its usefulness shortly  pocket survival kit personal gps
(nice to have – pack in home/car survival kit) Strobe Designed for military rescue situations it emits an intense bright blue flash – battery dependent therefore only used when rescue aircraft is positively identified  pocket survival kit strobe
(nice to have – pack in home/car survival kit) Survival radio Purchase one that catches the weather stations and has a crank handle.  See emergency radio review
Instructions – pack in home/car survival kit Survival guide  This book shows you how to cope with any disaster  pocket survival kit Survival guide
 Safety – Have this as a separate kit to your mini survival kit First aid Kit -This Kit has been made to exceed ANSI standards to meet the upcoming 2012 regulations  The Complete First Aid Kit is the only kit in the world containing Save-A-Tooth which is accepted by the American Dental Association.

pocket survival kit first aid kit
Navigation and signalling can also be used as a makeshift shelter – pack in home/car survival kit Air marker panels Made from lightweight fluorescent material. Carry at least 2 m² or 6 feet square.


Best Wishes


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Car Survival Kit – Emergency Car Kit List

Car Survival Kit – Emergency Car Kit List

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The American Red Cross recommends the following items

  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • Blanket
  • Booster cables
  • Fire extinguisher (5 lb., A-B-C type)
  • First aid kit and manual – this is one of the few first aid kit that has Save-a-tooth approved by the Dental association
  • Bottled water and non-perishable high energy foods, such as granola bars, raisins and peanut butter.
  • Maps
  • Shovel

I would add a personal or Pocket Survival Kit – see here for my list and how to assemble one.

Alternatively renowned survival expert Doug Ritter has put together a robust on that is not a toy. It’s called the Pocket Survival Pak Plus Best Pocket Survival  kit

I would not store plastic water bottles in the car as the plastic degrades over time in the heat and this can be toxic. Use metal picnic flasks or stainless steel water bottles.

In addition we have jumper cables and instructions; a small sack of sand or kitty litter for traction; and red cloth to use as a flag; and finally a spare charged cheap mobile phone.

If you are in cold country add – an extra set of mittens or gloves, wool socks, and a wool cap

Be Prepared,Be Safe and Best Wishes


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Best Survival Water Filter for Emergency or Disaster Preparedness

A survival water filter is probably the most important item on your survival list for when a disaster happens. Most people think that they will rely on boiling water if it is contaminated, however.. consider that to get rid of most nasties you will need to bring it to a rolling boil. The guy at our local water filter shop reckons up to 20 minutes boiling to get rid of the majority of pathogen spores. This is only practical if you have lots of access to woods or if you have a large stock of gas bottles. In Africa, the aid agencies estimate it takes 1 kg of wood to boil 1 litre of water.

But consider the following scenario:

A hurricane has blown through leaving thousands of power poles down. Unfortunately the subsequent flooding heavily contaminated the local water reserves and may have broken some of the local water supply system. Gas lines are affected and leaking. This means you will be without electricity or gas and unable to boil water.

How much clean drinking water per person per day?

A good guideline is a minimum of a gallon (3.8 liters) per day per person. Say you have sensibly stocked at least 100 water purification tablets will treats about 26 gallons (100 liters) which will last about seven days (168 hours) for 4 people. Note that we are only talking about drinking water, hopefully the contaminated water can still flush the toilet and for other purposes. Faced with this questions I wanted a portable gravity fed system that can be used at home but also quickly transported if requested to leave our home.


Note:  I already have a under-sink water filter system installed after a giardia and cryptosporidium scare a couple of ybest survival water  filter under-sinkears ago and there were no disasters, no floods,  The local treatment plant got it wrong and we all found out because someone leaked the water testing results – I have learned not to assume that the local water authorities are always going to get it right.

By the way, I installed it myself, without hubby’s help, just needed to borrow a big enough drill bit from the neighbor to make a hole in the sink for the outlet tap (I am a woman, trying not to be sexist but just to emphasize you can have safe clean great tasting water for your family with minimal effort). The biggest side benefit is the improved taste and hence more drinking of water by my family. During a disaster if the local water supply is not disrupted, only contaminated – presumably not with industrial chemicals, this is an excellent first line of protection. Consider a inexpensive highly rated system system like Watts Premier Uf3 3-stage Ultra Filtration System


But back to the topic in hand


Best survival water filter key requirements

  1. effective – remove as may nasties as possible – passing the NSF standard and ensures bacteria does not grow over time
  2. portable – small and light
  3. efficient – at least a gallon (3.8 liters) or so and hour
  4. cheap -I hope to never have to use it so the cheaper the better


So I happened upon the cleanwater bag kit best survival water filter kitbest survival water filter purification kit

Their clean water kit uses one the most highly regarded survival water filters made by British Berkefeld (makes Berkey water filters in the US). The company dates back to 1827 when developed its first filter for removing bacteria from Thames River which at that time was heavily contaminated with raw sewerage. These filters are in use by the Royal household and in over 150 countries. Okay, so we are in good company.

Checking against requirements

Effective survival water filter

A key strength is that their ceramic water filters are silver impregnated and stops bacterial growth, they are self sterilizing. So not only does it remove more than 99.99% of cryptosporidium, giardia, E. coli, ibro Cholerae, Salmonella, Dysenteria but it does not have re-contaminate the water. Many ceramic filters are unable to pass the NSF testing standards because they are unable to pass the NSF material extraction test.


Portable Survival Water Filterbest survival water filter portable

Pretty small when you need to transport it say about 3 x 3 x 10 inches when rolled up and weighing only 0.4kg.


Efficient Survival Water Filter


Does 5 liters an hour (a gallon and a bit) I know some pumps are faster but I want a passive gravity fed system.


Cheap Survival Water Filterbest survival water filter cleaning

It cost $70 – that’s pretty average but what makes it really inexpensive is that a Berkefeld ceramic filter lasts about 12 months in continual use. These kits are used by aid agencies around the world. They even supply you with some scrubbing material to clean the outside of the filter if you are filtering really dirty water. I would pack a pair of ladies stocking to act as a pre-filter  to filter out the really big bits of dirt.


How to Construct your own Survival Water Filter Cheaply


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This system is extremely adaptable and can be transformed into a static kit – which got me thinking, as these are only available in Australia, France, Uganda and the Unconstruct a survival water systemited Kingdom at the moment, But you could just buy the world renowned  7″ British Berkefeld Ceramic Water Filters for Big Berkey (called Berkey in the States) and construct your own cheaply with a bucket and some PVC hosing.

You melt a small hole in a bucket, put the threaded outlet through (put the rubber on first). Use the threaded wing nut to secure it to the bucket and attach some plastic pipe to guide or stop the flow. The minimum order is 2 filters and they each come with a rubber washer and wing nut so you can attach it to a bucket with a hole or  a thick PVC bag The filters are threaded. (This same system then  for half the price I paid for it)


A similar system is the Katadyn Base Camp Water Filter  which usesBest Survival Water Filter Katadyn Base Camp Water Filter the Katadyn Replacement cartridge for the Hiker or Pro – note that the Katadyn Hiker is the best selling micro filter in the United States and great for 1 or 2 people with a capacity of 750 liters. The cartridges last less than the Berkey filter  and no self sterilization but still an excellent choice.

So all in all, the best survival water filter is the clean water kit, cheaper is just getting the Berkey filter and constructing your own, or the Katadyn Base Camp Water Filter


Best Wishes


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