Having spent a relaxing weekend, it is time to get busy.
15 lbs. of hamburger are waiting to be jarred and processed.
4 lbs. each of broccoli and cauliflower and onions await the dehydrators.
10 lbs. of potatoes need to be peeled and sliced and dried
My bread machine has been dusted off and is ready to produce lovely loves of bread and some tasty rolls. My gosh, but store bread has become expensive. I don't like baking bread in the machine, but shape the dough into loaves and bake it in the oven, now that the heat of summer has past. The only drawback is that I can make only one loaf at a time. But I can live with that. The machine makes it possible to have good bread for pennies and it does the stirring and kneading for me.
So I am off, like a herd of turtles, to see what I can accomplish in the next couple of days. As they say, 'Keep on prepping.' Judging by what is going on in Portland with the antifa mob taking over the streets and all the craziness elsewhere, that seems to be pretty good advice.
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