Healthy Pathways

Back to basics . . . simply & naturally!



Extra foods to have on hand:

Peanut Butter

Crackers (saltines & rye)


Canned Meats

Beef Jerky

Nuts & Dried Fruit

Rolled Oats


Dried Beans




Flour (2yr shelf-life in freezer)


Olive Oil

Honey/Royal Jelly

Sea Salt

Powdered Milk

Lima & Pinto Beans

Canned Soups

Canned Fruits & Vegys

High Calorie Power Bars




Items needed to cook the food:

waterproof matches + water- proof container

multiple can openers - manual

hand egg beater, cheese grater, potato peeler & grain mill

1 or more: camping stove, charcoal grill, fire pit w/tripod, the green egg, etc. (+ charcoal or necessary fuel)

cast iron cookware w/heavy pot- holders

plastic silverware & paper plates, knapkins, cups

Items needed to clean-up:

plastic basins

dish soap

disposable washrags

paper towels

recycled plastic grocery bags

Food For Thought

The following emergency foods are Non-GMO and Non-MSG with dairy-free and gluten-free options:


Valley Food Storage
Wise Emergency Essentials
MSG Free Yes No No
GMO Free
Yes No No
Dairy Free Available No No
Gluten Free Available Available Available

A. Best storable foods to have read more here  (scroll down over 1/2 way)

    1. Salt

    2. Quinoa - complete protein; cooks easily with water and heat

    3. Coconut oil - high calorie; supports brain health

    4. Nut butters - high calorie; good shelf like

    5. Chia seeds - high in omega 3's; can also be sprouted

    6. Honey - functions as food and first aid medicine

B. For tips on dehydrating, go here

C. For drinks that can replenish electrolytes naturally:

    1. Juice ---> 6 stalks celery + 1 apple + 1 lemon

    2. Stir w/water ---> ½ tsp sea salt + ½ tsp baking soda + lemon   jc + 1 tsp maple syrup

    3. Shake ---> 8 ounces raw coconut water + 1 tbsp chia seeds

    4. Blend ---> frozen banana + 1 cup almond milk + 1 cup kale