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    Start Small but Must| Single Cans, Packs & More to Start Prepping | Best Prices

    Prepping is not an easy task. Requires meticulous planning over a period of time. This week we want to highlight where to start small.
    This is also a great way to try out new products you haven't tried.
    We also have full-cases or multi-packs available.

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    Yoders Hamburger/ Ground Beef
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    Order today!

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    This quote was taken from the article titled,


    Socialism: Venezuela’s Minimum Wage Crashes to Under Four Dollars a Month

    The unprecedented levels of inflation have now led the country into the worst humanitarian crisis in its history, leaving millions living in abject poverty amid chronic shortages of basic resources such as food, electricity, medicine, and sanitary products.

    Never hurts to start small and build up a supply of shelf stable food. I bet the people of Venezuela never thought it'd get this bad either... but it did.

    We never know what the future holds.

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    I will vouch for bacon, hamburger and cheese. I have used and like them all.

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    Thanks Barb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milk-maid View Post
    This quote was taken from the article titled,


    Socialism: Venezuela’s Minimum Wage Crashes to Under Four Dollars a Month

    The unprecedented levels of inflation have now led the country into the worst humanitarian crisis in its history, leaving millions living in abject poverty amid chronic shortages of basic resources such as food, electricity, medicine, and sanitary products.

    Never hurts to start small and build up a supply of shelf stable food. I bet the people of Venezuela never thought it'd get this bad either... but it did.

    We never know what the future holds.
    Absolutely!

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    Don't miss.

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    Food preparation for $100

    Well, to throw some heresy into this thread, I will only point out you don't need to get freeze dried food, or "prepper food," to prepare.

    I am on food stamps. The last two months I have bought the following "prep food," at the grocery store. It is mainstream food.

    One. I bought twenty cans of fruit, peaches, pears, pineapples, fruit cocktail for $1 EACH. The total was $20. Now, if I had gone with the freeze dried route, it would have cost much, much more.

    Two. I bought twenty cans of vegetables: carrots, green beans, sauerkraut, peas etc. Again the total cost was $20.

    Three. I bought twenty cans of various beans, Pinto beans, refried beans, black beans, chili beans, garbanzos, etc. Again, one dollar a can, on sale, $20 total.

    Four: I bought two five pound bags of brown rice at $4.50 each. Total is $9

    Five: I bought 20 packages of Amy's macaroni and cheese for $1 each. I bought five one pound bags of American Beauty Large Elbow Macaroni for a total of $5.

    So, my basic point here is you do not need to buy "prepper food," unless you need it to be mobile, or you need minimum cooking and preparation time etc.

    I am preparing to shelter in place in my apartment.

    I can only roll my eyes when people say they can't afford to buy prep food. I got ALL OF THE ABOVE, WHICH WILL LAST ME FOR AT LEAST ONE MONTH, LIKELY TWO MONTHS FOR UNDER $100. I did it using food stamps.

    I also have a bunch of fruit juice. Again, I bought a 4 pound bag of sugar for $3, plus 9 Kool Aid packages for $3. this means I have 18 quarts, which is nearly ONE HUNDRED 8 OZ GLASSES OF KOOL AID FOR $6.

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    DD,

    Be careful with Pineapple. In regular cans it doesn't last very long. I've had a few that almost exploded.
    That would be a good item to have in freeze dried packaging.
    Same with meat. The reason meat can be worth it to buy as 'Freeze Dried' is because if the power goes out, you don't need refrigeration for it to keep.

    MM

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    Start from single pack and single cans.

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