Secret Survival Food

Secret Survival Food

- in Survival Skills

Of course it’s not a secret, but it might as well be. It’s probably the most important and least talked about prep that a person can have.

You can buy this sprouting kit directly from the company here


  1. i sprout in a mason jar. I use little square of cheese cloth over the top and i secure it with rubber band. cost. about one buck as any jar wil do6

  2. long-forgotten secret that helped our ancestors survive famines, wars, economic crises, diseases, droughts, and anything else life threw at them, how will You prepare? video guide

  3. Absolutely great survival guide:
    Thank you Gregory ! :)

  4. Peace Wink Heart

    this guy is ridiculously stupid

  5. Honza van Deventer

    This is not survival food though; this is camp food.

  6. Can the containers be made of food safe glass, instead of plastic? Once grown, can you freeze dry or dehydrate them?

  7. This is a good informative video. My wife back in the hippy days in the 60s lived off the grid used to cut milk jugs in half and grew mung bean and alfalfa sprouts as a regular food source. She was on a vegetarian phase at that time in her life.This is proof of its survival quality and you have brought some valuable information out to the public, truly valuable knowledge that can keep you alive. Thanks for posting this..

  8. with out liking through all of the comments, where'd you find this sprouter? Is it something you put together yourself?

  9. I use mung beans quite a bit. I make Falafel with them, soups & chilis, salads after I sprout them, "burgers", and even in baking (to a lesser extent as I have not found a mind blowing recipe).

  10. Irish Highlander

    You have no idea what I thought the thumbnail was showing…

  11. Super Awesome!Thanks for sharing.

  12. Good video! I use stainless sieve strainers.

  13. How about flavoring, dehydrating and storing ?

  14. Hi thank you for the vid but they once sprouted they loos nearly all there nutrients they and only have more then once then cooked they are a lot better raw . See link
    Regards Matt

  15. Once you start nibbling on 'em, you can't eat just one.

  16. Have never tried to do any sprouting, do you just leave the sprouter sitting on the cabinet? or do you keep them in the dark under the sink?   

  17. what is the shelf life of the seeds ?

  18. Even though your sink looks nice and clean, it likely is not.

  19. Made by communist Chinese who want to kill us, no doubt.

  20. Mung Beans

    Amount Per 100 grams
    Calories 347
    % Daily Value*
    Total Fat 1.2 g 1%
    Saturated fat 0.3 g 1%
    Polyunsaturated fat 0.4 g
    Monounsaturated fat 0.2 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
    Sodium 15 mg 0%
    Potassium 1,246 mg 35%
    Total Carbohydrate 63 g 21%
    Dietary fiber 16 g 64%
    Sugar 7 g
    Protein 24 g 48%
    Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 8%
    Calcium 13% Iron 37%
    Vitamin D 0% Vitamin B-6 20%
    Vitamin B-12 0% Magnesium 47%

    Holy crap  16g of fiber and 24g of protein. I got to get me some of these. Where can I get them?

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