posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 12:50 AM
reply to post by winofiend
Basically save up a 150 dollars and be prepared. That's it.
Would you like me to provide a shopping list?
Every culture has its own diet.
The cheapest things to buy are tinned tuna, rice if you can cook it, legumes which in my case is baked beans, kidney beans and lentils, as much water
as you can safely store and toilet paper.
You could add soup and soap.
Some utensils already in the cupboard will enable you to eat your food and drink your water.
If you want some light you will need a battery powered torch or lamp and enough batteries to get you through.
Candles are pretty handy too as well as clippy bags.
If I have forgotten something fell free to add.