That’s right, reconstituted meat, invented by the U.S. Army, available in McDonald’s across the world to go when in pursuit of evil kidnappers who’ve Taken something of yours! Or make your own with this Serious Eat’s family-friendly recipe.
4. Weaponized Garlic
You’re on the run, sprinting after evil-doers, and you don’t have time to find an oven, let alone bake! But you know that you’ll need every edge possible, and exhaling super strong garlic breath while wrestling with a villain might do it! And garlic contains a lot of oil, so this recipe makes a great ignition device. For those of us less in a hurry though, check out a few other ways to roast garlic from Tori Avery‘.
Yup, beware the comedian’s weapon of choice! High in potassium and carbohydrates, they’ll give you that quick burst of energy that you need to jump off that speeding car / bridge / buxom double agent! And the peel, you can’t forget the slippery banana peel. Once you’ve slain your opponent, hey, why not bake a cake in celebration (from Sally’s Baking Addiction)??
Unsafe levels of the weed killer glyphosate have been found in a variety of oatmeal and other oat-based breakfast foods. Your very special set of skills will need to include access to a water cooler with a hot setting. Can’t find one, don’t worry, then try this no bake 3 ingredient recipe instead from cookiesandcups.com!
1. Ghost Peppers
Twice as strong as habañero and over a million units on the Scoville scale, this member of the radical “Bhut Jolokia” family is so hot it once burned a hole through a man’s esophagus! Or take “the Ghost” down a notch by waterboarding him with this nice pickling recipe. In need of something more effective then feeding your “Taken” kidnapper a ransom of delicious pickles? Spicy peppers are also the recipe base for pepper spray. Check out how it’s made with this homemade recipe from Survival Mastery.