After the global climate change cataclysm, you will eventually get hungry. Your cataclysm survival kit that looked so big inside your closet, will look so small beside your hunger. Once you’ve run through all the power bars, granola and canned beans you’d stocked up on, you’re going to come up with new options. There won’t be any trucks, trains or ships around to deliver kiwi fruit and ahi tuna to your local grocery store.
Yes, you could take up attacking people and stealing their food, but that’s not a good long-term solution if you want to survive. As I’ve discussed earlier, you may find yourself eating the flesh of animals you once considered vermin. For sure, you’ll want to start your guerrilla garden, but if you didn’t get a head start before the cataclysm, that’s going to take some time to pay off.
So another skill you’re going to want to develop, in order to eat and survive, is how to identify all the foodstuffs that grow right in your own ‘hood. I’ve already spotted two avocado trees and a lemon on the street where I live. What grows in your neighborhood? Which of it is edible? There’s likely to be food all around you.
Check out this video from Fallen Fruit:
They’ll get you started on foraging for fruit in your neighborhood, and staking out where the good stuff is. Their maps going to be plenty valuable after the cataclysm. That is, if anyone still knows how to read a map by then.