Everywhere I look I see warnings about shortages. I'm not sure how much of that is true, but considering world wide conditions as well as our own problems here in the States, I am not willing to take a chance. I am stacking it as high as possible.
Canning supplies are still scarce across the country and nonexistent in my area of Minnesota. I still have enough supplies left for emergency canning. If we should lose power for a lengthy period of time, I have enough to can most of the meat in the freezer. But for now, I am concentrating on dehydrating foods.
My last grocery delivery was this past Thursday. So far, 3 large heads of cabbage, 4 bunches of celery, and 8 lbs. of carrots have been dried. This morning I filled the dehydrator trays with 8 lbs. of onions.
I don't know what the future holds. But I do know it isn't looking too promising. Those in charge seem to be determined to turn our beloved nation into their version of a socialist utopia. They want us dependent on them for everything in our lives.
I can't do much about that, but I can delay begging the government for food to feed my family by continuing to put back as much as possible. At the very least, I have bought us some time to decide what to do next.
Yep. Stacking it high.