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Before SHTF, stock up on miso, a great long-term storable food source of antioxidants
By Zoey Sky // Mar 05, 2024

The savory superfood miso is a functional food with several health benefits. But its health-supporting properties come from the fermentation process, not the soy itself.

Fermenting soy significantly changes its chemical properties, changing it from an estrogen-mimicking food to an anti-estrogenic food. The fermentation process used to create miso unlocks its full nutritional potential while improving its digestibility. (h/t to ThePrepared.com)

Before SHTF, stock up on long-term storable foods like organic miso to ensure that you have access to nutritious ingredients once the stores close.

Basic tips for starting your food stockpile

There are two ways to add to your emergency food stockpile.

First, you can stock up on the non-perishable foods that you eat daily. This includes products that you can easily buy at the grocery store, like canned food or peanut butter.

Second, you can buy "survival" food that you don’t have to use until an emergency but could last much longer than supermarket food. (Related: Prepping tips: How to prepare a food storage starter kit.)

Whether you're a newbie or an experienced prepper, it's a good idea to add food from both categories so you have a wide variety of supplies to choose from once you're facing a long-term disaster, like civil war.

If you're not sure where to start, make a list of foods that meet the following basic criteria:


When SHTF, your body will need nutrients to ensure that you stay healthy. This means avoiding junk food and empty calories and focusing on nutritious ingredients like canned vegetables or miso.

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Easy to prepare

When you're dealing with an emergency, you might lose access to utilities or other items that make it easier to cook. This means food like organic miso soup powder is ideal since you can make soup for your family with boiling water and miso powder.

You can also stock up on other foods that can be eaten as-is, only need reheating or rehydrating, or are easy to pair with other ingredients.

Long shelf life

If possible, try to stock up on freeze-dried food with a shelf life of several years.

But if this isn't an option, you can be smart about picking long-lasting products, like organic miso powder. Avoid anything that doesn’t last at least one year in your prepping stockpile.

Easy to store

When buying supplies for your stockpile, it's best to purchase items in durable packaging, like a can or box, instead of flimsier packaging like what you’d find with potato chips.

If you're worried about the power going out, avoid food that needs to be cold or frozen.

Calorie density

Some foods will be more calorie dense than others. Consider this when buying supplies, especially if limited space is going to be an issue building up a pantry.

Dietary restrictions

An emergency isn’t the time to be a picky eater, you can save money by avoiding foods that your family doesn't like to eat a lot of.

Make sure to get alternatives for any family members with a dietary problem, like gluten or lactose intolerance.

Where to get organic miso

Before disaster strikes, stock up on long-term storable food items like Health Ranger Select Freeze-Dried Organic Red and Yellow Miso Powders.

Made using only the highest-quality ingredients, these organic red and yellow miso powders offer the same nutritional benefits as regular miso but with a much longer shelf life.

They have been carefully freeze-dried to extend their shelf life and retain maximum freshness and nutritional quality. In a survival scenario, you can make a cup of nutritious and delicious soup within seconds by simply adding hot water.

Health Ranger Select Freeze-Dried Organic Red and Yellow Miso Powders contain no added gluten and are extensively lab-tested for glyphosate, heavy metals and microbiology.

They are also vegan, non-GMO, non-China and certified Kosher and organic. These premium red and yellow miso powders are available in convenient 100-gram pouches and long-term storable #10 cans (1300 grams).

Supplies are always limited for this product, so stock up now, while inventory lasts.

Visit Health Ranger Store for other items that you may need in your prepping stockpile and Preparedness.news to learn more prepping tips before disaster strikes.

Watch the video below for the health benefits of organic yellow miso.

This video is from the Health Ranger Store channel on Brighteon.com.

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