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Love...Peace...Life I currently live in the Rockville area. Preparing to move [...]


Rockville, Maryland
via Prepare For Change
Love...Peace...Life

I currently live in the Rockville area. Preparing to move to West Virginia. I am a jack of all trades, master of none sort of person. I will be a beacon for anyone lost along the way. Please stock up extra for your neighbors and extended neighbors. Maseca is only 3 bucks a bag. It stores in its own packaging very well. Just mix with water and cook and as it cools it turns into polenta. You can put a cup into a baggie and give them out.1 cup feeds 2 people. Salt at costco in boxes is only a buck.

I am happy to guide anyone on canning. I can answer any questions. I think it would be best to can fats and meats; if you eat them. If you are vegetarian, make sure you have pleanty of burlap to bury your tubers! You can also make fruit and veggie leathers if you dont know how to can. It all rehydrates. Dont bother with rice, use burley and peas and maseca. Brown rice is extremely complicated, dont bother with it.

If you can afford it, immediately buy a harvest right home freeze dryer. Or, for the same money you can buy 1 year of food storage for 4 people. I suggest the freeze dryer for vegans and vegetarians.

If you cant afford either of those 2 options, buy what you can and dehydrate your veggies and use canners.

Any cornmeal, or maseca...dont bother with rising breads, just mush will do. Maseca is corn ground down into a flour. It takes less water and processing /cooking time to gain results. You can stand it up to grits and compare for yourself. Its very filling and you can add onion, garlic, bell peppers, tomatoes, peas or whatever you like. Always a dash of salt.

I really hope this change comes. I really hope we are all ok.

Love and light...
Ann
Do you have any tips on making essential oils? I have been using aromatherapy for my health for about 3 years now I think ,but essential oils can cost a lot.
Monday 18 January 2016, 17:57:13
Americus N
Alas i do not. I often recommend taking food grade Diatomaceous Earth, a teaspoon a day stirred in with a cold beverage. It tastes like chalk but its pretty awesome. I dont recommend taking it with magnesium. Some have said that it transmutes into calcium. I take it once every 2 weeks.

Tuesday 19 January 2016, 18:22:15
Americus N
Alas i do not. I often recommend taking food grade Diatomaceous Earth, a teaspoon a day stirred in with a cold beverage. It tastes like chalk but its pretty awesome. I dont recommend taking it with magnesium. Some have said that it transmutes into calcium. I take it once every 2 weeks.
Tuesday 19 January 2016, 18:23:18
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