The soup you most likely have never eaten, but you should include in your survival skillset
Why is this survival soup called perpetual? Because it is perpetually kept at a high temperature (about 180 to 200 degrees F). In this way any potential bacteria is killed, so even if you dip now or hours later, it will be edible and healthy.
It is a meal you should learn to make either in your homestead, or in the outdoors. Whichever reason you may have, you would most appreciate knowing how to cook it.
And if you think about it, isn’t it nice to have an ever-warm soup awaiting you? We’re sure you’d be more than happy to have it by your side whenever you’re hungry.
The ingredients are nothing special, and can literally be found in the open, or from your homestead garden, especially if you have your own farm animals.
If not, buy animal bones from your local farmer.
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