In a recent presentation, an author who goes by the name of Art Rude disclosed that people have been deprived of knowledge surrounding 126 survival foods, some of which may determine one’s very existence during the next unforeseen crisis. Unlike today’s households, those in our grandparents’ time made sure to invest in survival foods, making them “resilient to any crisis any why even at the height of the Great Depression, you would struggle to find a single American household that starved,” justified Art.
This leads us to the main question, “Do you have an adequate stockpile to fall back on?” Well, for those of you who aren’t sure how to answer this, guidance can be sought for via Art Rude’s “The Lost Superfoods”. Our intention for this review is to merely discuss anticipations for the book, along with the essentials that might facilitate decision-making.
What is The Lost SuperFoods?
The Lost SuperFoods is a book authored by Art Rude, where individuals are provided with insight into over 126 forgotten foods and storage hacks irrespective of one’s inability to cook or lack of stockpiling experience respectively. As maintained by the author himself, his goal for this book is to equip as many American households as possible with the basics that guarantee long-lasting superfoods for surviving a local emergency like a hurricane or a complete disruption to the world, like COVID-19.
What got us hooked is that most of his recipes neither require refrigeration nor expensive ingredients. One might assume the latter naturally implies junk, but according to Art, these recipes are nutritious! In other words, individuals can think of The Lost SuperFoods as alternatives or “bunker foods” that people used to have during the Cold War. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at the contents.
What is outlined inside The Lost SuperFoods?
Inside The Lost SuperFoods, individuals will discover recipes for long-lasting foods, full instructions with pictures, and long-term storage and nutritional values. Imagine being able to feed yourself for a whole month only on $100 at Walmart or a $20 DIY food bucket that outperforms what’s available in our markets today!
Taking everything into account, here’s a glimpse into The Lost SuperFoods:
- How to make U.S. secret military superfood for just $0.37/day
- A European superfood recipe that supported survival during the Leningrad siege
- A shelf-stable superfood rich in butyric acid that saved Swedish farmers in 1869
- The Great Depression superfood that saved Americans without compromising taste
- The Cree Tribe’s recipe for a long-lasting bread (1800s) vs. bark-bread
- A superfood that saved Americans during the Civil War
- Secret to cheese preservation without the need for refrigeration
- A probiotic-rich superfood that helped the Mongol hordes of Genghis Khan
- How to access 295 pounds of extra food for just $5 weekly
- The Ottoman’s Empire’s shelf-stable, “coated meat” and the Viking superfood
- A Turkey-famous, fermented soup (Tarhana) consumed when crops failed
- The Pocket-Soup that saved the Lewis and Clark Expedition
- Qualities of “Frumenty” and how it saved Europe during the Black Plague
- The British way to preserve eggs for up to 10 years
- Protein-packed super-soup of the Kanienkehaka-Iroquois Tribe
- Recipe for the Poor Man’s Steak, i.e., a staple among Amish people
- 2400-calorie, DIY survival bar and the ever-lasting chili bean soup
As seen above, The Lost SuperFoods encompasses recipes that were relied upon during some of the most devastating times of history. These were last resorts that managed to get people through their days. On the context of nutrition, Art Rude delved into all of our major food groups, while also concentrating on micronutrients, and nutrients absorption. This is undoubtedly positive given that food consumption becomes meaningless if the body cannot make use of it.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)
How long is The Lost SuperFoods?
The Lost SuperFoods has been compiled to include 270 pages of inspiring strategies that maximize bunker food stockpile.
Is The Lost SuperFoods offered in a physical format?
Yes, in fact, The Lost Superfoods is offered in both digital and physical formats.
What makes The Lost SuperFoods superior to other survival books?
The Lost SuperFoods is deemed unique because it reflects the union of diverse recipes that our ancestors have relied upon for survival. These superfoods date back to times when electricity and refrigerators were nonexistent. Art Rude is also convinced that this is the first in-depth book of its kind.
Are the recipes inside The Lost SuperFoods time-consuming to execute?
No. To make the cooking process swift, Art vouches to have included specific measurements, baking times and other essentials.
How long will it take to receive my copy of The Lost Superfoods?
On average, it could take anywhere between 5 and 10 business days to receive the physical copy of The Lost Superfoods. Be aware, this timeframe does not factor in unforeseen delays and/or any service disruptions.
What if The Lost Superfoods doesn’t deliver?
If The Lost Superfoods fails to meet set expectations, customer service must be contacted within the first 60 days of the purchase date to request a refund. The best way to do so is by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For safekeeping, here are other pertinent pieces of information as well:
- Mailing Address: 2549 Waukegan Rd PMB 45933, Bannockburn, IL 60015
- Toll-free: 1 (800) 390 6035
- International: +1 (208) 345 4245
What does each purchase of The Lost SuperFoods include?
Along with the main Lost SuperFoods book, access to two digital bonuses will be granted as well:
Bonus #1. An Underground Year-Round Greenhouse in Your Backyard
Inside the first bonus, steps on how to get two harvests per year will be laid out. Depending on one’s respective local climate, three or four harvests can be expected as well, however, the end goal is to prove to everyone that it is possible for the alleged “year-round greenhouse” to put food on the table daily.
Bonus #2. Projects from 1900 That Will Help You in the Next Crisis
Do you know why people were more self-sufficient hundreds of years ago compared to the average American today? Art reckons it has to do with their backyard medicine gardens, smokehouses, root cellars, wells, use of charcoal, and traps for wild game and fish to say the least. This bonus guide can be perceived as a resource that prepares one to become self-sufficient, and fortunately, it all commences within the comfort of one’s home.
How much does The Lost SuperFoods cost?
It depends on how one wishes to receive his/her/their copy. At the time of writing, a digital product can be purchased at $47, whereas $47 + a shipping fee of $8.99 ($55.99) guarantees access to both physical and digital copies.
Meet Art Rude
Art is a former Associate Mathematics professor at Bismarck State College, North Dakota, who strongly believes that we are much more vulnerable in terms of food today than past generations have ever been. Truthfully, he was blinded by society until he learned about survival foods from his father, who later passed at the age of 93. What started as a hobby quickly led him to learn either directly from his father or another survival experts around the world. Seeing how life transformative this knowledge can be, Art decided to write a book so that the masses can be well prepared for just about anything.
Ultimately, The Lost SuperFoods is a book that either tends to proud survivalists or might awaken the survivalist from within a person. Based on what we’ve gathered, this book aims to prepare everyone for the worst. Oftentimes, the worst entails some form of food and/or utilities shortages that may extend over years. The beauty of this guide (in comparison to others of its kind) rests in the opinions, and experiences of survivors who’ve undergone war zones, epidemics, and other forms of chaos, but from the perspective of food.
Matter-of-factly, The Lost SuperFoods represents 270 pages of what foods endured time in the past, and thus, can be protective for the future. Whether it be from his very own father or global experts, Art made sure to paint a thorough picture that guarantees the consumption of diverse macro- and micronutrients. Who would have thought the latter can be found in hundreds of different forms, while lasting months to years on end! For these reasons, $47 seems to be quite justifiable. To get started with The Lost SuperFoods, click here>>>.