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Anyone got stockpiles of MRE willing to barter?
I wish. Those are impossible to find right now with everything going on.
Unless you know someone that works on a base.
rice and tuna
MREs are nice but you can get alternatives much cheaper.
Fair, I just want to get ahold of 3 or 4 for the sake of having em, definitely gotta get the veggies going.
You can find MRE's on Amazon
My family has been stocking a deep freezer that we can switch to generators if the power goes out, however that not very mobile.
You can never go wrong with SPAM or Tuna
Ranch Style beans or any other canned beans works good as well. Also keep peanut butter on hand, it's a great source of protein.
Y’all like bacon? It’s low carb, at least 😂
Fun Fact: Pine needles contain vitamin C. They can also be used to make tea.
I’ve got venison that’s been waiting to get eat, a shit ton of canned shit that I’d rather not eat. Gardening is something all boog bois should know how to do.
I got some cows, chickens, and a huge garden. I have the foods. 🐷
There you go.
Mom has been wanting to start a garden <:portalhmm:314922724671619072>
I have one as of now.
About 50 yards long.
We have a couple acres we’ve cultivated. We have our own machinery, so putting in a huge ass garden is pretty easy peasy. It’s also easy to string up cows and deer and the like. Thankfully!! 🙂
Me and my wife are starting a raised bed garden this year, and we're both avid hunters of small and large game
I live in town, but my wife and I had the idea to put a listing on Craigslist to look for gardening land nearby in exchange for as much produce as the landowner wanted from the garden. Now we have 16, 50-foot rows about 20 minutes away that's ready for planting in a week or two. If you don't have space, consider asking around. We got a lot of responses. Older people often love having a garden to putter around in but they can't always get it started. We got lucky, our new friends are willing to help with weeding and watering, plus they've got chickens and space for goats/pigs.
Glad to see like minded people when it comes to gardening. Its certainly something everyone can try at some scale, and an excellent way to start or grow community interaction! Anyone try aquaponics at all?
@Cowboy the closest I've done with that is trying to grow pot with some kind of ghetto hydroponics rig not straight bare bone aquaponics yet
The self irrigating 2 liter is a easy yet rewarding one to make... doesnt require shit for supplies
Awesome stuff man, thanks for the ideas!
My wife is picking up our baby chicks today we will start our raised beds soon
Nice man! I’ve got a garden growing and I’m glad to hear you’re going to.
We were buying food and storing it in a tote with some other supplies when we lived in town this whole situation along with finally getting a place in the country accelerated our prepping plans
That’s very good man, I’m glad for you.
The good thing was I wasn't behind the curve on guns and ammo like a bunch of other people where I was actually hooking up my coworkers during the gun panic a couple weeks ago so I was set on the most expensive component of the prep plan
Been stockpiling guns and ammo for a decade wish I would have bought mountain house too
you can achieve aeroponics with simple hardware store misters
and a spraybottle of nutrients
also i feel i must plug the farmbot genesis here, totally open source hardware & software
What is hydroponics
@DankGrog a system for growing plants indoors without dirt or with minimal dirt basically
Homemade Shepard’s pie tonight gentlemen. That’s tonight’s suppah
Jalapeno teriyaki mac n cheese,tonight n jalapeno ranch mac n cheese tomorrow
Interesting things I found on Facebook.
Okay, like I poked my head into this channel and was like “the fuck”
If we lose power my cooking will remain the same
That looks incredible Panda
It was really good. I made Mojo Picon sauce I used to eat in the canary islands. Bit of a cheffy type myself. Taught my friend his whole emt course and got him through his exams, in exchange he took me into his restaurant and taught me what he could. I love cooking and finding ways to make shit different with the same ingredients.
Smoked a small (3/4lb) brisket the day before
Bro cooking is one of the best ways to soothe the soul! Love it!
I'm too lazy to cook lol. Not to mention I suck at it
Try experimenting with easy stuff first..makes food soo much more enjoyable.
Any other steak enthusiast in here?
Is that waygu steak?
Domestic but yes.
i will survive the whole apocalypse with just this single box of graham crackers
Hell yeah brotha. That's the best lip smaking steak
Oh I got the beef buddy. Let me shoot some guns and I’ll show you some better steaks
> It was really good. I made Mojo Picon sauce I used to eat in the canary islands. Bit of a cheffy type myself. Taught my friend his whole emt course and got him through his exams, in exchange he took me into his restaurant and taught me what he could. I love cooking and finding ways to make shit different with the same ingredients.
Hey man is thier a recipe for the meat you posted?
The first one is some thick ass flank steak, marinaded in orange juice, diced jalapeños, cilantro, honey and one of these bad boys https://www.mccormick.com/grill-mates/flavors/marinades/grill-mates-mojito-lime-marinade
Holy fuck that sounds amazing
Indiana is chilling livestock call your farmers for cheap meat, you'll have to slaughter and process yourself
Anybody else vacuum seal dry goods? What a tedious task, just finished doing 30+ pounds of rice and beans.
You’ll want to plant that a lot thicker
Starting the garden.
rent a apartment with a roommate, so sadly cant do anything like that.
You got room for 14 red solo cups?
I’m growing okra, chives and cantaloupe and also a bit of potatoes and beets. I have green onions and garlic aswell. Planted weeks ago, okra and chives have pushed through. Onions and garlic have nice leaf growth. Beets have leaves aswell. I have an eggplant and a blueberry bush that isn’t doing well
Any tips for those last two?
@Thatotherguy you need to have acidic soil for those blueberries
Get rose fertilizer for your soil and collect pine needles to mulch it with. Also used coffee grounds
Come on folks, lets see some pics of how your being more self reliant. Who else is practicing self sufficiency when and where they can?
Nothing has really come up yet, it's still a bit cold. Had snow over the weekend.
A couple rows of potatos, some lettuce. Planting corn and beans next week (after last frost date)
I did the first part with a shovel, and then decided to get a crappy little tiller, which turned out to work really well.
Six new apple trees
Damn. Wish I had land.
Does anyone know of any crops that can grow in 100% indirect sunlight?
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