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  • We dont cook, so will be SOL once the granola bars and ice cream are gone.

    0 0%
  • We are Konmari minimalists. So, about a week before we got hungry.

    9 31.03%
  • We go to Costco like some go to church. We could probably survive about a month.

    13 44.83%
  • We take prepping seriously. Months, if not years worth, are in our closets and garage.

    5 17.24%
  • We are mostly self-sufficient here. We have a productive garden, chickens, goats, enough to get by.

    2 6.90%
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    Yea, we could totally be fine with protein powder and frozen fruit in my freezer. I live in MI, so we'd never be stranded more than 5 days .
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    Well we don't shop at Costco. I found it is more expensive than other stores here.

    I buy staples once a month and try to have 20 lbs of flour, sugar, beans, and rice on hand.

    We go to the store weekly for fresh fruit and vegetables (we do have a garden, but it is not producing yet), milk (we go through about 6 gallons a week) and bread. (Do do bake some of my own, but if could not keep up with the amount they eat).

    Meat is another issue, it is expensive so I don't have a ton on hand. We have started buying pork in bulk and making our own sausage. (Save and seal and freeze) I do try and stock up when it is on sale, so I might have 4-5 flats of chicken in the freezer b/c it was less than $1.00 a lbs.

    There is very little package food here, and just a few can items.
    ~*~*Marta, mom to 5 boys.
    DS 1 ( 19, has his associates' degree and is off to college)
    DS 2 (17 and dual enrollment in college)
    Keegan (15 and enrolled in a PPP but still has home classes)
    Sully (10 years, 4th grade)
    Finn, (9 years, 3rd grade)

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