thats a lot of breastmilk.
Yess I think I have like 500oz in the frezzer
@Jamie05rhs haha how is that tmi? I plan on donating it to preemie babies
@Apple1996 I was just joking with you.
@Apple1996 that is pretty cool.
I already have a good freezer. It is filled with enough steaks and roasts to last a good while.
I have one in the basement. It is full too.
I hate to tell you this - but - you may need another. I do too.
It's crazy isn't it?
yes, it is. I am looking into commercial options - except I would need to go and get the stuff, and what if I couldn't?
We just need a supply chain that isn't broken. I do not like to be a hoarder but seeing all the empty shelves makes me feel like I have landed on Mars.
Well yes, I know how that feels!
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$500? Dang. That's a lot of Twinkees
@888theGreat Oreos. Double Stuff Oreos. It got me 10 packs, but a year and a half ago I could buy 50 Party Size packs with$500.
I live alone as well, but I always buy a lot. I only go grocery shopping once per month. I don't like to spend a lot of time in the store if I don't have to.
Yes we have plenty of canned goods. We have a big closet in the kitchen and it is filled up too. I do not want to be a hoarder but the empty shelves make you buy twice as much of something if you can find it. It looks like we are getting ready for Armageddon.
Canned foods usually last way past their expiration date as do dry goods such as beans and pasta noodles. But it is a good idea to rotate canned by using oldest first and replace with new. But I'm sure you already know all this.
I do know about it, but really, nothing very good comes in cans except maybe chili.
@msc545 WE have peas and corn and peaches and all kids of good stuff.
@msc545 Ravioli, spaghetti, tuna, fish, and almost any veggie you want.
It looks and smells great until you open it.
@msc545 Not all of it unless you are used to gourmet dinners at a 5 star restaurant.
I am used to those sorts of dinners - or great sushi.