Choosing what to eat during a Zombie Apocalypse really depends on what side of the fence you sit on. If you’re slobbering down your chin and your skin is kind of yellow with flaky bits, then congratulations – you’re a zombie with limited culinary skills and can simply settle for a nice plate of brains. Otherwise you’d do well to spend whatever spare time you have between improvising weapons and running for your life rustling up some decent chow, and to do this you’ll need The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse: A Cookbook and Culinary Survival Guide.
This book goes further than just a selection of recipes – inside you’ll learn how to build a bear trap, a fire hole and a solar still, and there are tips on foraging and hunting, food safety and the types of buildings to raid for supplies. All of this is designed to ensure you’re about as prepared as can be for an actual zombie apocalypse.
But let’s give the author her dues – Lauren Wilson is actually a professional chef who just happens to have a penchant for the undead, so is well versed in delivering recipes that will impress you and your human guests. As multi-purpose cookbooks go, few others will leave you better prepared.