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Why You Should Camp with Canola

If you're running into the wilderness, don't forget the Canola. 

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Two Out of Two Bills Agree: Ramen is Essential

Two chefs named Bill would include ramen in their emergency packs.

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How to Survive on Bacon

Seattle chef Josh Henderson is used to cooking on the go.

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The World’s Ending, Why Not Eat Like a Kid?

Chef Christopher Israel, of Grüner in Portland, Oregon, would pack for the apocalypse like he was packing supplies for a fifth grader’s field trip.

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5 Survival Soups

Five vegetable soup recipes to keep on hand for the apocalypse. 

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How to Survive on Oysters

Chef Daniel Humm of New York’s Eleven Madison Park would pack light in the event of a disaster. All he needs are oysters, a shucking knife and lemons.

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Don’t Let the Cat Out of the Bag Because it’s the Apocalypse

Let's hope Steven Satterfield's cat likes almond butter. 

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Fight Scurvy with Ceviche

Chef Susan Spicer knows how to fight scurvy with fish. 

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Before the Apocalypse Hits, Pop Some Bottles

Chef Jonathan Waxman knows exactly what to do in an emergency because, according to him, he’s done it before.

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The World’s Most Expensive Emergency Kit

Preparing for the apocalypse won’t be cheap for chef Ken Oringer.

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