“Once you have the basic dry goods laid in, how should you approach the rest: meats, vegetables, vitamins, i.e. the things that help round out the diet.” ? That’s an excellent question and one that should inspire some good comments! For long term preparedness there is often focus on dry goods and foods that are specifically processed for long shelf life (rice & beans, freeze dried, #10 cans of ‘xyz’, etc..). That’s all good! (and important). But what about rounding one’s food storage (for the long term) but with other items that will compliment the diet? Who wants to eat
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