Thread: Bush Tucker
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Old 10-04-2008, 09:22 AM   #4
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Default Re: Bush Tucker

one thing I would do is to start growing a few vegtables at home from seed and then let them go to seed, collect those seeds from your own plants,
very easy to store dried seeds in small air tight containers.
even if you want to be self sufficient with bush tucker, you may also want to throw a few seeds around an area to get more diversity to a diet.
Not planted in rows like a market garden, but rather seeds thrown around your safe area.
Pumpkins, water melons, cucumbers tomatoes and sweet potatoes as well as normal potatoes just to name a few.
the reason behind this is if a roaming band of (bad guys) come in and destroy a crop, you will still have easy to access food in surrounding areas.

no one really knows what will happen in the future, but we should be prepared for all eventualities.
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