Survival Food–Bread in a Can?

So why am I talking up bread in a can? Because it sounds so good!

This is the time of year when you see fruitcakes available for holiday giving and eating. B & M Brown Bread isn’t fruitcake, and just maybe that’s why you might like it.

By the way, I get tired of hearing the stupid jokes about fruitcake. Who cares what those little green things are anyway? They’re delicious! Besides, you don’t question what went into the making of the sausage you had for breakfast this morning, do you? You’re better off taking your chances on fruitcake. If you disagree and have a fruitcake you don’t want, send it my way…Seriusly.

Fruitcake is a ready made storage food treat. So is B & M Brown Bread. It certainly stores a lot longer than regular bread. Expect a shelf life of at least a couple of years. That’s why B & M Brown Bread is my DestinySurvival Pick of the Week. Why not get some for your survival pantry?

B & M Brown Bread has been enjoyed with baked beans by New Englanders from times past. That sounds wonderful to me. Each serving size is two ounces, and you get eight per 16 ounce can. There’s also B & M Brown Bread with raisins. That, too, makes my mouth water.

As for nutritional value, B & M Brown Bread has 130 calories per serving and is 99% fat free with no cholesterol. It’s steam cooked and soaked with molasses. You can eat it cold or hot, toasted or microwaved. Try it with butter, peanut butter, jelly, creamed cheese, or just plain. It’s moist, but not crumbly or messy. You might not want a steady diet of it, but it’s got an unusual taste that makes a nice treat.

If you’ve had a difficult time finding B & M Brown Bread, or you want to try it for the first time, click on the ad below for the Good Old Days Store. If you don’t see B & M Brown Bread right away on the page that appears, do a search for key words Brown Bread.

When you buy B & M Brown Bread, I wouldn’t be surprised if one of the cans jumps out at you and doesn’t make it all the way to the survival pantry.


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Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.