Food Supply Rule

  • the one or two-year-supply-of-food rule

  • Emergency Food Supply
  • You can only survive 3 days without water.

    Today, many of us would be at our rope’s end after just a couple of days of not being able to go to the grocery store. FEMA suggests at least a three day supply and then what? We know a little about FEMA, are they really prepared or were they? I will roll with the Mormons with the two-year-supply. I see it as, start now and better have too much than not enough. Trading and sharing is always and option, share with other's hungering around us. Get it while it is plentiful! Don't just create a static display, use it. Practice makes perfect. "All is there, all is available--all we need to do is pay attention and take action when the time is right!" -- Wow of Wonder

    • a room in your home dedicated to the storage and display of beautiful glass jars of canned fruits and vegetables.
    • Go way beyond the usual strawberry jam and preserved peaches: she made her own pickles, pickle relish, ketchup, tomato sauce, and sauerkraut.
    • We had a food dryer and always had containers full of dried apples and prunes.
    • We made our own granola and muesli.
    • My grandmother made her own yogurt–back in the sixties!

      So, despite becoming a more “modern” American woman these past 30 years–one who shops at supermarkets and turns her yard into a perennial garden and maybe a few herbs, but no vegetables in sight–I’ve been pulled back to the idea of having enough land to grow my own food. Potatoes, onions, carrots, beans, tomatoes, corn. All kinds of herbs. Loads of fruit trees. And yes, some herbs and flowers.-- Change Your Mind, Change Your Health

    Where Do You Store a Year's Supply of Food? - Be Prepared ... Families.com

    How to acquire a year’s supply of food on $10 per week? Provident Living

    Preparedness or survivalism is all about learning and preparing to live through any type of local or national, natural or man-made disaster. It's is not about panic or paranoia, it's about common sense.

    No longer are those who practice survivalism comprised of wild-eyed anti-government militaristic, racist radicals. Now the survivalist is more likely to be the family man, business owner, homemaker, soccer mom and law-abiding taxpayer.

    Everyday more people are awakening to the fact that everything they've depended upon is in danger of not being there. Their retirement funds have disappeared overnight. They want to know what they can do to survive what is looming on the horizon. Why store?

    Failure to prepare to survive is a decision not to survive—C.L. Hendricks

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