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positive food impacts of the "pandemic"?
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: October 26, 2020 06:47PM

less dead animals?

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Re: positive food impacts of the "pandemic"?
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: October 27, 2020 03:04AM

Oh, oh - that's not good. eye popping smiley

Highly Perishable Foods, berries, Lettuce and Seasonable fruits and vegetables.

Those are my staples. That's what I eat. Organic fruits and vegetables. And they're what can't be stockpiled. I'm already building a supply of toilet paper, paper towels, tissues and napkins, cleaning products, etc. because I figure they'll pull the same lockdown stunt as in the spring - but I need to have access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Organic.

Also, I heard that some spices from other countries can't be imported right now. and I see some missing from the shelves.

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Re: positive food impacts of the "pandemic"?
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: October 27, 2020 04:36AM

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Jennifer
Oh, oh - that's not good. eye popping smiley

Highly Perishable Foods, berries, Lettuce and Seasonable fruits and vegetables.

Those are my staples. That's what I eat. Organic fruits and vegetables. And they're what can't be stockpiled. I'm already building a supply of toilet paper, paper towels, tissues and napkins, cleaning products, etc. because I figure they'll pull the same lockdown stunt as in the spring - but I need to have access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Organic.

Also, I heard that some spices from other countries can't be imported right now. and I see some missing from the shelves.

You have some @#$%& land start growing food. Oh wait there's probably deadly microbes in the soil that will kill you if you get dirty. Perhaps MicroGreens then?

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Re: positive food impacts of the "pandemic"?
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: October 27, 2020 04:25PM

The land is mostly mountain with not enough sun, but I could do container gardening on my balcony and sprouting and microgreens, and I really want to, but I'm too lazy, so I just buy them. We planted fig and pawpaw trees and we have wonderful wineberries here in summer.

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Re: positive food impacts of the "pandemic"?
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: October 28, 2020 03:47AM

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Jennifer
The land is mostly mountain with not enough sun, but I could do container gardening on my balcony and sprouting and microgreens, and I really want to, but I'm too lazy, so I just buy them. We planted fig and pawpaw trees and we have wonderful wineberries here in summer.

Who's WE?

Geoff Lawton has proven you can turn the desert into PARADISE...:
10-Year Timeline of the Greening the Desert Project


of course if you're by yourself and reject the collective, good luck....

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