No, not junk food, using found junk, trash and the usual detritus of civilization as survival items. Course_TheTarp by DKR posted Jul 27, 2017 at 18:33 Bed1 by DKR posted Jul 27, 2017 at 18:33 In the top photo, a plastic painters drop cloth is upcycled into a shelter with some cord and a couple of rounded rocks. The bottom photos shows a window shade and trash bags as ground cover/insulation for ground cloth. Tins cans can be used as pots and a hobo stove and so on. Now on another site (Bushcraft USA) they have a contest for overnighting with the lowest cost of all equipment and food winning a prize. It does bring up some good ideas. (Hoko style knife using a broken glass shard as the blade, for example) Might be worth stopping by when you are finished here to see other items and bits of kit made with/from junk. I've always thought the ability to improvise with found materials is one of the most important skills a person could develop in their PAAS 101 level skill set. (Post Atomic Attack Survival = PAAS) (see Cheapest Gear overnight challenge GAW 2017 (TOPS HOG 4.5)) By having some rules about sourcing of gear and such, it gives a real incentive for out of the box thinking and some incentive for folks to participate & post images..