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    A week? And that would be a stretch eating pantry basics
    I'm not into freezing stuff so fresh runs out fast in a family of 6. In fact toilet paper will run out tomorrow if I don't go shopping

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    About 2wks with decent balanced meals. Then another 2-3wks of meat and rice/lentils.

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    A couple of months maybe? But it wouldn't be healthy by the second month!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Certainly are good eating. In all honesty though I'd look into Wiltshire Horns or Dorpers. Both shed their fleece do no need to shear them.
    My BIL shears sheep so that's not really an issue for us.
    But I'll definitely be heading off to Google to have a look at these sheep you speak of. Are they friendly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    My BIL shears sheep so that's not really an issue for us.
    But I'll definitely be heading off to Google to have a look at these sheep you speak of. Are they friendly?
    My brother has Wiltipoll's and they are fantastic. In all honesty though all sheep can be friendly if they are used to humans.

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    Probably two weeks eating well and probably another two to three weeks eating strange combinations

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    A good while. We have a third of a cow in our freezer (custom kill from our farm) reasonably stocked pantry & veggies in the garden.
    Carbs might be a problem though!

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    Depends on how creative I am. Can't guarantee my fussy kids would actually eat what I'd come up with though.
    Maybe 3 weeks?

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    Not long at all. We eat only fresh.

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    we could probably get 2.5 weeks out of what we have although a few meals would be pretty plain and boring


 

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