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With bodies falling all around you, and then rising, your focus probably wouldn’t be on crafting a delectable dinner. In fact, it’d probably be on finding something sharp to protect yourself with and some form of shelter to keep the zombies at bay.
But once the dust settles and your stomach starts rumbling, dinner might creep its way back into the forefront of your brain. Unfortunately, a zombie apocalypse means no more take-out. So, what do you do for dinner?
You could be like Daryl Dixon and go on a hunt for some squirrel, or eat a dog like the rest of the Walking Dead gang did that one miserable time, or you could pick up The Art of Eating Through the Zombie Apocalypse, a cookbook and culinary survival guide to study before the zeds take over our world.
The guide contains over 80 recipes, including Overnight of the Living Dead French Toast, It’s Not Easy Growing Greens Salad, Honey & Blackberry Mead, and even something called a Twinkie Trifle. It also contains tons of gastronomic survival tips and dozens of illustrations to help you scavenge, forage, and find your way to a home-cooked meal during the tough times. It delves into efficient food sourcing and inventive meal preparation to add to your arsenal of knowledge
if when the zombies take over.
So if you’re looking for a handy cooking guide to add to your survival kit, check out The Art of Eating Through the Zombie Apocalypse.