10 Cheap Foods You Can Still Get Before Hyperinflation

10 Cheap Foods You Can Still Get Before Hyperinflation

Inflation is here, with rising prices on Gas, food and more, and it’s going to get worse. There is still time to prepare! Here are 10 food items to buy before hyperinflation that are still cheap.

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13 Replies to “10 Cheap Foods You Can Still Get Before Hyperinflation”

  1. Iโ€™ve had bugs get in boxes of potato flakes. I agree with the convenience just be careful how they are stored.

  2. Buy your spices at the dollar tree! The spices we go through most are: garlic powder, chili powder, cumin, oregano, basil, dry mustard, dill, and mint. In the winter I tend to go through more rosemary and thyme. I would also keep minced onion and minced garlic on hand in case you canโ€™t get fresh.

  3. Spices I use all the time black pepper, red pepper, fennel, Itallian spice, garlic powder, minced onion, onion powder, parsley flakes, Bay leaves, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, sage, cumin, tumeric (the last 6 in powder form. I watch for sales because, until you open them, they last a long time. I also use vanilla, anise and almond exracts.

  4. I'm not a coffee person, but I do like hot and cold tea. I've found it lasts a long time. I'm stocking up on my favorites.

  5. I'm buying a few extra cans of these, along with tuna, with every grocery store trip. ๐Ÿ™‚ We use the same spices you mentioned; others we also use all the time include all-purpose seasoning, poultry seasoning, bay leaf, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, pumpkin spice (I use it year-round and make my own), vanilla, cayenne, chili powder, and paprika.I grow thyme, hot and spicy oregano, and rosemary and plan to dry them.

  6. And bonus #12 (for us ๐Ÿ˜)
    Salsa! (andor ketchup, barbecue sauce) to get the rice and the beans down ๐Ÿ˜…

  7. I just bought another pound of cinnamon. We go through it pretty fast while baking.

  8. Garlic salt on a regular basis for everything savory. Johnny seasoning salt, pepper, cumin and just a couple others depending on the type of meat. I've been prepping since the last thing took the oval office and my husband says we have a grocery store. I went big right away (fortunately I have finances to do that as I know everyone doesn't). We have 2 very large upright freezers filled with beef, pork and chicken (one of my son-in-laws raises cows and chickens and also does his own butchering in affiliation with their small town meat locker as well as owning his own contracting/building home business) and we purchased a cow from him. He raised and butchered it for us. We purchased a whole pig from the Huterites of which they butchered, cut and wrapped for a very reasonable price of $375.00.
    We have 7 children and 20 grandchildren. The only other of our children of whom are prepping are the daughter and son in law which have their own farm (the contractor/butcher). They have 6 children. Our other kids think we are a little crazy for buying so much and prepping but when all this hits the fan I'm betting they are going to need food and supplies.

  9. Anyone with high blood pressure or heart failure should stay on a low sodium diet.

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