We’ve already written about encountering wild animals that are obviously dangerous, such as bears, wolves, and mountain lions. However, there are animals you could run into while in the wilderness (or even close to home) that you might not think are too dangerous. Long story short: you should never take your safety for granted when encountering any animal. However, we’re going to cover some that
Even if you’re not well-acquainted with the world of prepping, or have zero interest in taking part in it, you’ve likely heard of it and wonder what the appeal is. But before you write it off as something you’ll never need, take a few moments and read about why prepping is a good idea and one that could save your life. At The Atomic Bear, we have survival gear and prepping supplies that are effective and
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There is always at least one person on your gift-giving list who is so hard to shop for. They have everything. They’re picky. They have interests that you have no clue about. They’re a prepper and aren’t really into new ties or socks—they want prepper essentials, and you’re totally lost on what that even means. Relax. We’ve got you. The Atomic Bear is the only place to shop when you need to get prepper essentials, or if you need self-defense and tactical gear.
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We’re not going to go all Martha Stewart on you here, but when it comes to the supplies you’ve hoarded, you need to find some semblance of organization. Prepper supplies are highly coveted, but if they’re a mess and you can’t readily get to them, you’re going to defeat the purpose of prepping in the first place. The Atomic Bear is here to help. We have prepper supplies, self-defense items, and
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No matter what event is on the horizon, a prepper should be prepared with the right supplies. We’re going to go over several topics over the coming months, but this week, we’ll focus on the foods preppers should store and some tips for keeping your supply stocked. At The Atomic Bear, we specialize in survival. Whether you need a tactical pen for self-defense, for a seed supply for an unfortunate event in the future, we’ve got you covered. Shop today. Dry Foods Some of the best, easiest to store, and longest lasting foods for long-term storage are dry foods. They can be prepared with hot water, and they’re good to go, filling, and not bad tasting, either. Get a 20 lb bag of rice, which can be prepared in a thousand different ways and is pretty neutral when it comes to blending with other flavors. Also get a 20 lb bag of beans. You can get pinto, white, split peas, black kidney, or another type of bean, depending on your budget and palate. Oatmeal is one of those filling, stick-to-your-ribs foods that go a long way and so is pancake mix (although these two might not last quite as long as the rice and beans). You can’t go wrong with pasta, either. Powdered milk can stay good up to 20 years when taken care of sufficiently, and bullion can add flavor for many years to come, too. Canned/Jarred Goods Canned and jarred goods can last an incredible amount of time, and offer some great variety. They can be mixed with rice and/or beans for an extra filling meal. Peanut butter is packed with nutrients and is filling (we also recommend stocking up on nuts in bulk). Another protein-packed option is canned meats such as salmon, spam, tuna, and others. They’re great because they can be eaten without cooking, right out of the can. Canned fruits and vegetables are not only nutritious, but they have a high water content, which is great when you don’t have much water stored. Additionally, canned milks, such as condensed milk, coconut milk, and evaporated milk are great for cooking when you don’t have a good water supply. Coffee and Tea Nobody wants to think about a life without caffeine, so having large cans of it stockpiled is critical to everyone’s sanity (we kid…but not too much). All kidding aside, caffeine helps amplify mental alertness, energy, and mood. Some teas have the ability to be calming, and others have anti-inflammatory properties and kill bacteria in the water. Corn Corn is best in two forms: canned and dried. The canned version is a great vegetable that’s filling a nutritious. The dried corn version is excellent for cooking. Use it in place of flour, as a thickening agent, to make grits, and dough. It’s quite versatile! Water Every person in your party will need at least a gallon of water a day to survive, especially under harsh conditions. Be sure you have enough for two weeks for each person […]