Why hot sauce is so important for apocalypse preppers
A wild number of Americans have taken to gathering supplies in case of a zombie apocalypse political unrest and natural disasters. There are roughly 68 million of them, though presumably, that’s an overlap with the number of doomsday preppers out there.
But hey, you should’ve seen the basements of the folks who thought everything would come crashing down when we reached the year 2000. Thankfully, all those coders and data entry folks managed to meet the deadline, and the expected super-computer crashes never materialized.
Still, if you’re squirreling away food for the what-ifs (whether you call yourself a prepper or not… even if you fall in the potential apocalypse category or otherwise), you should pause what you’re doing and order some Mad Dog hot sauce for your stores.
Here’s why you need to consider it, at the very least.
You'll love that fire forever: it lasts an insanely long time
If you’re looking at the Mad Dog 357 Original Hot Sauce, for example, you should know it lasts for an insanely long time. That’s because of the vinegar in the mix. But, just like a fine wine, you’ll want to keep it in a cool, dark place if you want it to last indefinitely. Your basement sounds perfect, right?
So, it’s not as if you need to worry about food safety when you finally crack open a bottle after the zombie apocalypse reduces us to eating whatever we’ve tucked away in the basement.
Bonus: you’ll always know you’ve got some Mad Dog hot sauce on hand when you absentmindedly use the last of the bottle you keep for pre-bunker use.
Hot sauce is an awesome bomb full of powerful vitamins
One of the cool things about super hot sauces, whether you opt for the Mad Dog 357 Original Hot Sauce or any other of our flavorful fire creations, you’re getting a whole bunch of vitamins in the mix. Yep, chili peppers are some of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. When you bottle it up, you’re just saving them for when you need them.
And, if you’ve been reduced to eating out of your basement stores, you’re going to need them.
Bonus: you’ll find serious amounts of Vitamin C in chili peppers and hot sauces. You’ll need it to prevent scurvy when you run out of fresh fruit.
With hot sauce, you can really make old food into a fantastic feast
If we’re sincere, the main reason you need a supply of Mad Dog hot sauces in your apocalypse storeroom is that food is going to be boring as anything in your bunker.
And adding hot sauce to anything (well, almost) makes it taste better. Plus, the capsaicin pouring forth from every drop will send signals to your brain that you’re full when you’re actually full. And, it’ll stave off hunger just a little later too. That’s critical; you’ll have a lot of work ahead of you to get those seeds growing before food isn’t a super scarce commodity.
Bonus: You'll get a rush of endorphins (just when you need happiness the most). Yup, your food will taste terrific (well, as best as it can do in this situation), plus the capsaicin will also tell your brain to let loose some feel-good hormones. And you’ll want that.