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    While the food collapse ramps up, freeze dried company Auguson farms has put a halt on sales of their product for 90 days.

    I am listing a few freeze dried food company’s that look like they still have some inventory for those of you who need to top off your stash! I can not vouch for any of these company’s so do your own homework. Freeze dried is expensive, but when you are looking at power outages during the winter, just adding water, cold or hot, to rehydrate your food might be an option. It is also easy to take your stash with you because it is light weight. Buying single item cans such as peas, or beef, will enable you to mix up your meals instead of relying on premade lasagna or what ever. Make sure you have spices to change up the taste. I eat freeze dried food all the time, I pour my FD meat, rice and veggie in a pint canning jar. I warm my water, put in canning jar over top of meal, put canning ring and lid on, then soak for 10 minutes in a bucket of warm water. Sometimes my only water option is the Luke warm out of the tap. So I wrap my jar in a towel to help it keep its heat while I eat it.

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    Re: Food Collapse...

    Quote Originally Posted by ImaCannin View Post
    While the food collapse ramps up, freeze dried company Auguson farms has put a halt on sales of their product for 90 days.

    I am listing a few freeze dried food company’s that look like they still have some inventory for those of you who need to top off your stash! I can not vouch for any of these company’s so do your own homework. Freeze dried is expensive, but when you are looking at power outages during the winter, just adding water, cold or hot, to rehydrate your food might be an option. It is also easy to take your stash with you because it is light weight. Buying single item cans such as peas, or beef, will enable you to mix up your meals instead of relying on premade lasagna or what ever. Make sure you have spices to change up the taste. I eat freeze dried food all the time, I pour my FD meat, rice and veggie in a pint canning jar. I warm my water, put in canning jar over top of meal, put canning ring and lid on, then soak for 10 minutes in a bucket of warm water. Sometimes my only water option is the Luke warm out of the tap. So I wrap my jar in a towel to help it keep its heat while I eat it.

    Legacy Food Storage

    Thrive Life

    Beprepared.com

    My Patriot Supply

    Ready Wise


    Azure Standard. They sale bulk foods at a decent price.


    Hope this helps someone who doesn’t know where to begin!

    Thanks for all of this. I'm extremely behind on prepping (too much to do), so this helps)

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    Although Alison McDowell is an amazing researcher and seems to know more than anyone else about the Great Reset/4th Industrial Revolution, she's hard to follow because she's so long-winded and most of her videos are an hour or longer. Anyway, here's a quick clip on where she thinks they are going with the so-called food--"precision medicine"-- you can get the idea in the first couple of minutes:

    Clip-No independent food, nutrition "programming" people for digital life, impact markets in hunger





    I've been kind of wondering about all the online delivery food operations that have been popping up (like HelloFresh and many more)--it's giving me the feeling that maybe at some point, there will be no grocery stores, and they want to have people order food online, which eventually they will control (in terms of what you can eat - GMO grasshopper milk, or some other freak GMO concoction, and definitely NO meat)

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    Port of Vancouver CLOSES as BC flooding damages rail & roads - YouTube

    This seems rather significant. Looks like the Canadian harvest may be sitting this season out.
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    Re: Food Collapse...

    Quote Originally Posted by woodman View Post
    Port of Vancouver CLOSES as BC flooding damages rail & roads - YouTube

    This seems rather significant. Looks like the Canadian harvest may be sitting this season out.
    Reports of tons of grain from alberta and manitoba will never make it to mkt... how convenient..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDRock View Post
    Reports of tons of grain from alberta and manitoba will never make it to mkt... how convenient..
    It ain't good. I will eagerly accept a rail car of grain here. Now how do I store it?
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    Re: Food Collapse...

    Quote Originally Posted by woodman View Post
    It ain't good. I will eagerly accept a rail car of grain here. Now how do I store it?
    In a silo with rat poison so it can hit the market soon as possible. Look up what they have to do with storing grain. I don't do grain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cebu_4_2 View Post
    In a silo with rat poison so it can hit the market soon as possible. Look up what they have to do with storing grain. I don't do grain.
    I had an old German fellow owned the farm next to me. Good dude. Dead now. Told me the farmers used to store the corn in the silos with jugs at the bottom. The jugs were corked and the juices from the silage would force their way in slowly over the year or years and they would end up with a fermented liquor (wine?) they called 'corn squeezin's) inside the corked jugs. I always wanted to try that stuff out.
    " If you are on the wrong road progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road and in that case the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive man. There is nothing progressive about being pig-headed and refusing to admit a mistake. And I think if you look at the present state of the world it's pretty plain that humanity has been making some big mistake. We're on the wrong road. And if that is so we must go back. Going back is the quickest way on.” ---C. S. Lewis

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    One year we put up haylage wet chopped into a silo. It seeped fermented liquor for months and we had the happiest sows that year. Only did it one year though. Pulling that top layer off at 10 below was painful.

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    Re: Food Collapse...

    Every time we go to town we check out the shelves In Wally World. Most of the summer had about 85% full food shelves. The toys were about 40% full. the other day, the food shelves were almost fully stocked. The toys were completely stocked and they had whole rows completely closed off with boxes waiting to be unpacked.

    If I did not know better, I would not think anything was about to happen!

    How are the shelves in your area?
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