Wednesday, July 3, 2013

How To Prepare for a Zombie Invasion, Vegan Style

If life imitates art, we’re well over-due for a Zombie Invasion of epic proportions. With World War Z hitting theaters soon and the popularity of The Walking Dead on on the rise, even the CDC is taking notice with zombie preparedness posts. We vegans have to be particularly careful about avoiding infection. Since meat is not part our diet, turning into a flesh-eating Zombie would be a bit of a problem.

Vegan Unplugged by Jon Robertson is a survival guide that can help out in a variety of emergency scenarios, including a Zombie Apocalypse. Vegan Unplugged covers everything from buying provisions to preparing your home.  The book contains instructions on putting together a 5-Day Meal Box for a family of 4, a checklist for your pantry stash, a guide to preparing for an impending emergency, and even information on what to do with your companion animals.
Is the stress of avoiding Zombies getting to you? We’ll help you out with a chapter on stress management that contains tips on how to relax and what to do to pass the time. Have Walkers chewed through the electrical wires? We’ve got your covered with instructions on how to store food and cook without power. Do you wish there was a little more than brains on the menu? Robin Robertson provides recipes for easy-to-make dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even dessert, so you can eat in style while sequestered. With delicious dishes such as Black Bean Chili, Pantry Pasta Salad and Fire-Roasted Blueberry Cobbler, even the Biters might want a taste – if they actually liked that sort of thing.
Vegan Unplugged for Nook and Kindle
Start preparing with Vegan Unplugged now, and avoid the rush at the health food store later, when the invasion is nigh. Vegan Unplugged is available as a paperback, as well as digitally for Nook and Kindle, just make sure your batteries are charged before your power goes out.

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  1. Jon - I not only have your book, I have sent copies to my three grown children, just in case....
    I've used several recipes, and we have enjoyed them all. I didn't expect the various topics you covered, in addition to food - all very welcome information.
    My husband has Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease, and so, on the advice of Emergency Management, we will be staying right here in our third-floor apartment in the event of more hurricanes. And, unlike after Hurricane Charlie, we are prepared to eat a more varied Unplugged diet. BTW, we were very glad we had stored 30 gallons of water for my husband and me, and 10 gallons for the pets. With no electricity for two weeks we were even using the gallon jugs for taking (cool) baths.
    Thanks for writing this most informative and helpful book.

  2. I'm so glad you like the book. Once people discover it, they find all kinds of uses--Robin's recipes are simple and quick, whether there's a power outage or not. Thanks again for the compliments. Please help spread the word! Jon