I am always looking for sources of Protein in foods. Meat will be scarce in a SHTF senario. Try to eat the food you store, practive the the recipes, prepping saves you money!

25 Comments on "MARTIAL LAW BURGERS!!"

  1. redicculus | May 21, 2010 at 1:53 am |

    We made these tonight with lentils. We felt healthy full and went for a walk afterwards. These are going to be a regular staple in our diet. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. SECRETBOL | May 21, 2010 at 2:49 am |

    Fantastic Recipe Thanks !

    and God bless.

  3. molemanlivesagain | May 21, 2010 at 3:28 am |


    i agree 100% but i still like meat.

  4. toounfazed | May 21, 2010 at 3:30 am |

    @80spodcastchannel Sprout your beans and grains before preparing them to eat, and that will not only free up the nutrition within, it will also help with the gas issues. That’s why your grandmother may have soaked beans over a two day period before cooking them. If she didn’t she should have.

  5. toounfazed | May 21, 2010 at 4:15 am |

    I’m happy to see a more vegetarian message from someone who is not a vegetarian. You are bringing up the fact that civilization and human populations actually gain the most nutrition from plant sources percentage-wise. Plant sources are more efficient for storage and consumption. Be prepared to grow The Three Sisters together, they will produce nutritionally dense foods quickly: corn, squash, and beans. Understand how to nixtamalize the corn to free up the nutrition locked within.

  6. 80spodcastchannel | May 21, 2010 at 4:44 am |

    do you ever boil them with a bit of bicarb to crack the beans and remove the gasious components??
    cool vid

  7. llarlamon7758 | May 21, 2010 at 5:19 am |

    @yankeeprepper hav u tried using the adzuki beans in stew? They along with black beans are pretty good. Btw, if you sprout them they tend to not be as gasseous. 🙂

  8. llarlamon7758 | May 21, 2010 at 5:26 am |

    Lentils and alfalfa are good too and easy to spout and you can always kill a rabbit or doves and quail for quick animal meat. Quail are stupid and easy to kill. Here in Texas they’re everywhere.

  9. llarlamon7758 | May 21, 2010 at 5:44 am |

    @misspickletoes soybeans dont have the protien adzuki beans have and men really shouldnt eat alot of soy product. It has an organic hormone like nutrient similar to estrogen. In hpt its used and I believe is called estriol. It tends to screw up a guys testosterone levels.

  10. kcthecook1 | May 21, 2010 at 6:37 am |

    Show your face we cant see you lollol

  11. misspookietoodle | May 21, 2010 at 6:53 am |

    @MissPickletoes – yep, they’re a japanese bean, but widely used throughout asia. koreans eat a lot of adzuki also.. they probably have their own name for the bean, but i don’t know what it is.. and lol, we have similar names! how funny!

  12. misspookietoodle | May 21, 2010 at 7:47 am |

    @RogueRaven17 – turnips, potatoes, root vegetables (carrots, salsify, beets, etc) as well as beans and grains would be good. i wouldn’t suggest corn, though.. takes too many resources for the little it produces. sorghum, amaranth and quinoa would be good, though.. i would also suggest planting some fruit trees, if you are able to, and don’t forget to include some luxury foods, like melons and tomatoes and things like that. it will be such a nice treat and something to look forward to post SHTF.

  13. misspookietoodle | May 21, 2010 at 8:14 am |

    @madhairman – you can spell it: adzuki, azuki or aduki. people spell it differently. lol if you’d like to buy some, whole foods or another health market will likely have them, and you can also go to japanese or korean grocers and buy them. koreans and japanese use them a lot for making sweets- japanese: daifuku or korean: chapssalddeok, ichigo daifuku/ddalgi chapssalddeok (strawberry rice cake), tofu dango (tofu balls), taiyaki/bungeoppang (fish shaped sweet bean pasted stuffed pancake), etc..

  14. NOSYRB10656 | May 21, 2010 at 8:19 am |

    Adzukis are good!

  15. MissPickletoes | May 21, 2010 at 9:00 am |

    Raven…I live outside Chicago in the countryside…and I know that soybeans are big here….and nutritious too, but it takes a lot of room to grow them.. As far as adzuki beans go, being an Asian bean…sounds Japanese to me…I am sure it would grow in this area.

  16. keepinthfaithlastday | May 21, 2010 at 9:11 am |


  17. Yankeeprepper | May 21, 2010 at 9:27 am |


    It is an asian bean.

  18. madhairman | May 21, 2010 at 9:49 am |

    how do u spell the name of that bean???

  19. A plant that grows abundantly wild in our area that has a lot of protein is the nettle – especially stinging nettle.

  20. RogueRaven17 | May 21, 2010 at 10:14 am |

    Have you tried growing your own beans Yankeeprepper? Apologies for intrusion, but what state or time zone, or region, do you live in? I’m from the Chicagoland area in Illinois. I’m just curioius if the climate where you live would allow for it. Just a suggestion-I’ve been looking into crops I can grow in SHTF/PAW. Low maintenance, reliablility in yield, nutrition, etc.

  21. brokenarrowzlife | May 21, 2010 at 10:31 am |

    lol wow that is crazy i would like to try that,,that looks tastey,,nice vid dude

  22. Yes thank you so much for the wonderful info and GOD BLESS YOU.

  23. Airborne80 | May 21, 2010 at 11:22 am |

    Damn good video and great idea. I will watch to see if more beans are available and I will try this out. Thanks for the time and effort here. Stay Alert! Stay Alive!

  24. Looks great, i would’nt mine trying it.
    5* well done, Cheers.

  25. pastryparrot1 | May 21, 2010 at 12:48 pm |

    Love this recipe! I also love beans. They are so good for you! Thanks YP!

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