The Art of Eating Through the Zombie Apocalypse

If Halloween did not go as planned and a zombie uprising miraculously materialised in your neck of the woods, it’s always good to be prepared and there’s nothing more important than sustenance after the brain chompers inherit the earth so if you don’t want to be chowing down on brain risotto, you should definitely cast your glance in the direction of this awesome looking The Art of Eating Through the Zombie Apocalypse book which has been written by Lauren Smith and illustrated by Kristian Bauthus.

With a tag-line of “Just because the undead’s taste buds are atrophying, it doesn’t mean yours have to”, The Art of Eating Through the Zombie Apocalypse is definitely a piece of light reading that we’ll want in the Coolector HQ cupboards should zombies ever not be cool and decide to dig in to the brain buffet. This brilliant looking tome is chock full of awesome recipe ideas that can be fulfilled with rudimentary ingredients and even gives you hints and tips on how to become an accomplished forager. Check out some of the top notch offerings find within The Art of Eating Through The Zombie Apocalypse below:

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Needless to say, ready-meals and McDonald’s Happy Meals are going to be in short supply after a zombie apocalypse and you’re going to need to rely on the land a little more to provide you with your meals. If, like us at The Coolector, you’re entirely unprepared for such circumstances and would starve within the week, a read of this top notch book will hopefully stave off starvation for a good deal longer.

Brilliantly illustrated and overflowing with techniques that will help keep you alive long enough for a cure to the zombie curse to be formulated, we’re massive fans of this survival manual here at Coolector HQ and it will undoubtedly be our bible should zombies ever decide to come a knocking on our door.

Available: Amazon

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.