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    gawd, maybe 2-3 weeks? the meals wouldn't be very tasty unless you like rice/grains flavored with hot sauce 😂

    we usually have a few meals ready to go in the freezer but we've depleted recent stock. our pantry is bursting but it's mainly a mish mash of rice, couscous, polenta, burghul and buckwheat and herbs/spices & sauces. we load up on crystal hot sauce as it's easily the best!

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    Oh geez....I hope doomsday isn't on the horizon cause we'd only last a few days at most!
    Even after a weekly shop I still have to go and pick up extras to get us through the week :/

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    Probably a month but we wouldn't be eating much proteins or veggies/fruits!

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    I'll say a week. Max. The pantry and freezer were full, so I haven't done a proper shop for maybe 2 months. But stuff is running out now, so we would be hungry by next weekend! Possibly got more than a weeks meat, but the veg and fruit would run out in about 4 days.

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    I'd say about 2 weeks? Week and a half? We have a chest freezer which has most of a lamb in it at the moment! Meals at the end wouldn't have that many veggies although I guess we have frozen peas, corn and brussel sprouts.

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    We actually have been eating our pantry down. I had about 12 cans of beetroot stored there. Every time I went to the shops I grabbed beetroot for burgers then never remember it.

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    Probably a month stretching it out my pantry is pretty full.

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    Well we have 27 chooks and even though we've sold the majority of our stock, we still have 600 lambs plus veggie patch and fruit trees so I reckon we'd be ok for a fair while!

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