See, this is the most important part. Designing a "resilient" system so that if some disaster strikes, you and your family and hopefully your community will still have food, is dependent on the system you develop being self-sustaining. A farm which sells only one product can be lost if a disease strikes that one plant, but a farm which grows a variety of foods with different nutrients in each, can provide a healthy diet, and if one crop fails, other crops will fill the gap.
He build me and my family a future and even now where the shops are closed we have an abundant supply of fresh crispy salads and chard.
plus fish and crayfish.
Srikham Hesenius wrote:
Jay Angler wrote:A farm which sells only one product can be lost if a disease strikes that one plant, but a farm which grows a variety of foods with different nutrients in each, can provide a healthy diet, and if one crop fails, other crops will fill the gap.
Yes, you're right - a click did the job although on my computer it replaces the whole thread with the enlarged picture, but I just have to push the back button to restore things. Thanks! (I'm locally known as Jay Dinosaur as I'm *really* not that good with computers!)
When I click on each picture it will extend to readable size, is that only possible because I am the one who posted it?
Will you please be so kind and check this out?
Rufus Laggren wrote:Srikham
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us. Your nation is very different from the US where lots of us live and your energy is wonderful! <g>
But a question: Is one rat enough for one meal for two people? And is it really the most expensive meat still in your area? That is very interesting.
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