Thanks and very well thought out test. Very good to know.
I have thought about this topic a few times in my life being a ripe old age of 60 and life time vegetarian. I have been fortunate to never have had to consume meat, fish or poultry, though I have always cooked it for my family and husband. Weird I know, but I have always felt it was my choice and inner feelings not others. I raised one full blown vegetarian and meat eater. On a walk last evening a deer was grazing and I said to husband that I did not see dinner there, others would have said where’s the gun. Having said that, if staying alive meant eating meat….so be it sadly.
This is a very interesting post to read through, I thought about each suggestion. I could do most the suggestions if I was in the situation to “get it done” but wow all the time I would end up wearing my clothes till they fell apart!
Nice thoughts for all that posted. I miss Dad 91 great years he was here. From dad I learned to do so many life skills. I can do most anything I set my mind on, because of Dad.
OK here is the “funny” one that sadly I had to pull from my memories of Dad. Our sewer line caved, all modern features of using water ended at that second. Out came the bucket and trash bag. We all had a good laugh that was something I learned from dad 😉
I listened to the NPR interview yesterday and checked out the site as soon as I got in the house. Glad to have found The Prepared.