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06/05/2018 / By Zoey Sky
While most preppers are ready to forego modern conveniences like refrigeration and air conditioning when SHTF, not everyone can go through every day without a cup of joe.
If you’re heavily reliant on coffee but you want to prepare for various disaster scenarios where coffee won’t be easily available, you can rest easy.
Even if these five substitutes don’t all contain caffeine, most of them can be found in the wild if you know where to look. If you’re already stocking up on coffee, you can gather these coffee alternatives to make your supplies last longer. (h/t to BackdoorSurvival.com)
The five coffee alternatives listed below are either nuts, roots, or seeds that you can dry and roast. You can then grind the final product in a coffee grinder before percolating through hot water like regular coffee.
When measuring the ground material and water, use the same brewing ratio for coffee.
Making coffee substitutes with these plants is also another way to help reduce the deforestation, oil consumption, and water consumption that is often linked to industrial coffee production. By foraging you can also live a greener lifestyle by minimizing the need for middlemen which often wastes resources.
Keep an eye out for these plants, which are some of the most well-known coffee alternatives that foragers have grown to love.
Here are other coffee alternatives that you can try:
Learn more about other herbal alternatives that you can try when SHTF at Preparedness.news.
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