- Apr 29, 2011
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- New England NSW
Good post Kindling & I totally agree. Purchasing dry foods is definitely the way to go. Obviously you are right about us being a part of the natural environment, but did you know that trees are little different to animals? Trees feel pain, trees can breath, hear & see, & they can communicate with one another. Think about that next time you go bush. If you ever had the feeling you were being watched, you were right.Something to think about .
All the animals on earth have the right to survive , humans are no different in that way .
This idea that all the animals belong in the forest except humans is nonsense , we are part of nature too .
Believing that lie is stupid .
Right now there is a fight between the Aibika , Pumpkins, Sweet potato, Taro, Cherry tomatoes , Potatoes, Snake beans , bitter melons , paw paw etc , * you get the picture for the best spot in the sunlight .
If there be rain , explaining these things to city people who imagine without a clue , so they can then buy more prepper stuff to try satisfy their obsessive consumer madness . Like they have been sold.
A bit like that song “ whoa oh oh mexico , I’ve never really been there so I don’t really know.”
People in the depression would call it common sense . No labels needed.
Buy rice buy flour , even then if you think long term .
If you have a staple , you have a meal, what you can add to it is a luxury then ,
Protein of the day .look at pacific islands and Thursday islanders T.i’s etc , more food than you can poke a stick at.