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Bacon Rub

Having conquered and bacon-ified nearly every other condiment imaginable, lords of the cured pork J&D's have turned their sights to a longtime grillmaster favorite: the dry rub. Bacon Rub ($6) allows you to give nearly any meat a bacon-wrapped flavor simply by rubbing in this mix of herbs, spices, and brown sugar, while keeping your health in check thanks to its all-natural, Kosher- and vegetarian friendly, zero fat credentials. Conveniently packaged in a 5.2oz jar, which might just last you all the way through summer.

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    Tactical Sammich

    No matter the apocalyptic scenario — nuclear war, devastating floods, scorching drought, or just a good ol' fashioned zombie outbreak — you'll be prepared with a Tactical Sammich ($6) or three... hundred. Available in pepperoni or honey BBQ beef flavors, these individually packaged meals weigh in at less than 300 calories and have an astonishing two-year shelf life when stored in a climate-controlled (80º or lower) environment. A few cases of these, a stockpile of water, a healthy number of Playboy back issues, and you'll be all set.

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    High Plains Bison

    Despite the huge nutritional and health benefits offered by Bison meat — incorrectly referred to as "Buffalo" by most grocers — it's not the easiest thing to find unless you've got a Whole Foods-ish establishment nearby. High Plains Bison ($36-$130) aims to fix that by offering bison meat that's been humanely raised by hand-selected ranchers on the High Plains, available in a series of products that range from humble cocktail sausages to presentation-worthy Chateaubriand.