Our General Store…Paper Bowls and Paper Plates…Off The Grid Cooking

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4 Responses to “Our General Store…Paper Bowls and Paper Plates…Off The Grid Cooking”

  1. admin says:

    I am so sorry you are facing such a horrible challenge. I’m sure I speak for others when I say we will keep you in our prayers. We prepare and prepare but we can not possibly known what lies ahead. This is the perfect example of why we prepare and why we need to think about the disasters that we may face ahead of time. I’m sure you could never have imagined this but all your prepping for a pandemic is exactly what would be needed here. Paper products, applesauce, disinfectants, hand sanitizer, all are part of what we added to our supplies in 2008 as we prepared for a pandemic and then in 2009 it hit! Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us during this stressful time in your life. I know you will help others to better understand just what preparing is all about. Again, our prayers are with you and your family.

  2. admin says:

    This comment was shared by Cherlynn in our yahoo group:
    I agree that a good supply of these items should be stored! When your power goes out and you scramble to live without electric it’s nice not to think about washing dishes. Even in a long term crisis should it ever develop, this gives you room to figure out a good water source and how you are going to do things before you have huge piles of dishes to wash up. While disposible stuff may not be politically correct right now, who would care if a crisis hits and you just want to have something to eat off of and not wash. I’m sure plenty of folks here might gasp when I tell you we burn all of our trash. There is no such thing as recycling in my area and trash pick up means I have to haul it 2 miles down to the highway and pay $47 a month for the privelege. I have better things to do with my money and deal with our trash on our own.

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