“If I put a bunch of food in storage, when times get tough my neighbor will just visit me with his .45 and take what I have anyway.”
I thought of the promise: “If ye are prepared, ye shall not fear,” (DC 38:30) and guidance about storing whole grains, and foods recommended in the Word of Wisdom. And then the answer came.
We are a “peculiar” people when we live the commandments. If we “store what (we) eat and eat what (we) store,” we will all be on high roughage diets. Most everybody else is living on junk food and high preservative, low roughage diets. That means that if I invite my neighbor in to a breakfast of whole wheat pancakes or waffles and pump him full of high roughage food, he probably won’t want to come back for lunch or dinner. Oh, I better check my toilet paper supply too, and put in another case.
For more information contact (your emergency preparedness specialist).
CATCH THE VISION, GET THE FACTS, DEVELOP SKILLS, AND BE PREPARED.