I have, and Allan and I have talked about how to prep for different disasters. Unfortunately, it seems that most of the stuff that preppers have on hand for food would be canned or bottled items, and it certainly doesn't seem like one could really prepare to be a 'raw fooder' in the face of a nuclear disaster or something along those lines. I've seen some of the "Doomsday Prepper" shows. Some folks are growing a lot of stuff and canning/bottling it; others claim that they will be able to live off the wild stuff growing along the highways and byways. But what if that stuff growing along the highways and byways is filled with radiation?
Mostly, it seems like we would stock up on things like rice [and have to be sure to keep the bugs out of it], and maybe purchase some cans of veggies [maybe we should be canning our own?]. We should also have 'go bags' ready, as well as large supplies of water [again, got to keep it fresh if we put it in a large container, unless we buy bottled water - but then there is the plastic/BPA issue]. We could also have things like millet, oats [for oatmeal], dried fruit [we could dry our own but how long would it last?], nuts [again, how long would those remain good], seeds and the like. But, I haven't quite figured out how to prep for having fresh raw fruits and veggies; that just doesn't seem possible. So, if a disaster such as nuclear radiation occurs, then it would be pretty difficult to remain a raw fooder. A vegan, perhaps, but not raw foods.
What about you - are you prepping for a possible disaster [as in, better to be safe than sorry]? If so, what items are you putting away and how much? How does a raw fooder prep for possible disasters, especially something like nuclear radiation disasters or the like?