Message from AZ infidel in welp. u already Kno... #šŸ”„prepping-survivalšŸŒæ

2020-06-24 19:38:12 UTC  

@capo start buying cows, not just pounds of meat

2020-06-24 19:38:26 UTC  

alive cows..?

2020-06-24 19:38:54 UTC  

You can go to a butcher and buy a half cow for cheap

2020-06-24 19:39:24 UTC  

ohh like that šŸ¤£ yeah i but my meat in bulk from a butcher

2020-06-24 23:49:50 UTC  

@capo if you live in a normal climate, you can stock up on regular canned or boxed food

2020-06-24 23:50:30 UTC  

i live in the netherlands

2020-06-24 23:50:31 UTC  

Canned food will last two to three years, as you accumulate it make sure you rotate through it

2020-06-24 23:50:42 UTC  

whats the best canned food to get?

2020-06-24 23:50:54 UTC  

Ultimately it comes down to protein

2020-06-24 23:51:06 UTC  


2020-06-24 23:51:28 UTC  

is there canned foods i should avoid

2020-06-24 23:51:36 UTC  

i normally avoid canned food

2020-06-24 23:51:39 UTC  


2020-06-24 23:52:02 UTC  

Canned food has the most economical with a reasonable shelf life

2020-06-24 23:52:56 UTC  

If you want to get into specialty long-term storage food, you're limited to beans, grain and dehydrated vegetables but they cost slightly more

2020-06-24 23:53:15 UTC  

Freeze dried meat and vegetables are the most expensive

2020-06-24 23:57:50 UTC  

In the Tians mint bucket channel, Tian has amassed a wealth of information on growing food in various ways

2020-06-24 23:58:24 UTC  

do you have an estimation how much 1 week worth of canned food cost?

2020-06-24 23:58:29 UTC  

per person

2020-06-24 23:59:23 UTC  

For the average person know I don't, for me it depends on the circumstances

2020-06-25 00:00:05 UTC  

In survival mode think of one or two cans of soup per day along with several cups of cooked rice

2020-06-25 00:01:04 UTC  

Just mix the soup into the rice

2020-06-25 00:03:37 UTC  

thank you

2020-06-25 00:03:55 UTC  

It goes a lot deeper, but depends on what you have in hand

2020-06-25 00:04:06 UTC  

like what?

2020-06-25 00:05:39 UTC  

I have a large mix of fresh and frozen food, canned and packaged food, both freeze dried and dehydrated food along with various grains.

2020-06-25 00:06:34 UTC  

As far as growing goes, grains can be sprouted and eaten

2020-06-25 00:07:01 UTC  

Leafy vegetables can be grown a little longer, which would give you salads

2020-06-25 00:07:22 UTC  

Growing full term would give you vegetables

2020-06-25 00:07:45 UTC  

So at various points you can eat what you are growing,

2020-06-25 00:08:25 UTC  

Health food stores usually have 1 lb or kilo quantities of sprouting seeds or seed mixes