One summer, two years ago, of overzealous canning and freezing due to the possibility of a baby coming the following summer
Last summer where there was a lot less canning and freezing due to a bit of a surplus from the previous year and caring for a newborn
One very depleted pantry and freezer right now.
Our supplies are low, folks.
Now, before I go on, please don't worry that we may actually go hungry. Because we won't. We do have some funds and there is always the farmer's market. That said, I don't like the feeling that maybe I didn't plan well enough. I mean, hey. If it cuts close, one could say I'm a pretty good planner, but this is a little to close for comfort.
We have three jars of jam left. That's it.
There is no more corn. No more peas. No more green beans. No more broccoli. No carrots.
There is one can of peaches left and two bags of frozen chopped peaches.
One pint of salsa.
Our tomato sauce is low.
We have PLENTY of pickled beets, a few quarts of blueberries, some roasted tomatoes, chopped frozen peppers, some sweet potatoes and a few chickens.
GO TO THE STORE! Is that what you're screaming into your computer screen? I wouldn't blame you, actually. But if you are screaming that it may indicate that 1) you don't know me very well yet and 2) you may have a bit of an anger management problem. I'm just saying.
I'm going to offer up another math problem now.
One very depleted pantry and freezer right now
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