We have no garden

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by Padrepiofan, Nov 19, 2021.

  1. Padrepiofan

    Padrepiofan New Member

    Hiya , we live in a small apartment with no garden, I was worrying about food shortages and passports for food shost. I would just start growing my own food, but that's not an option.

    I've bought loads of tinned food, dried pasta and rice. Is there any tips for long term, we have a child??
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  2. Rice has a shelf life of 5 years, maybe even longer.
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  3. Ananchal

    Ananchal Vigilans

    I’m not sure how small your apartment is but you could also learn how to can food or buy a food dehydrator and store foods. You could invest in some plant lights and then make some container gardens for herbs, tomatoes and such. Some towns, cities have areas they rent for small gardens. But it is a difficult balance between having living space and storage space when in a small confined area. Good luck!
  4. maryrose

    maryrose Powers

    I think white rice stores for ages also pasta. I think it's good to have a supply of food that you normally would eat and keep topping up as you eat it. Pray & trust. We all will have to trust in the Lord at the end of the day. Don't fret.
  5. Serena

    Serena Principalities

    Rice will keep indefinitely as long as you store it well as well as honey. Things like pasta and dried fruit is good. I believe that tinned products as long as they aren’t dented or swollen can last years beyond their shelf life.
  6. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Don’t forget beans. Dried or canned
    They are a good source of protein especially when eaten together with rice.
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  7. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    This makes sense, maryrose .
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