By now, most of us have noticed certain things are missing from the shelves of our local grocery stores. Many of these items are not being restocked.

Because we are living through this, we need to be prepared to beat the hyperinflation that is right around the corner, and make sure we can still afford to eat as things continue to spiral out of control.

The central bank is trying to tell people not to worry and that this is all temporary. However, common sense tells us that even if that is true, it could still get worse before it gets better, and we need to take this opportunity to make sure we have storable food, water, and energy in the event that this gets out of hand and quickly.

If something goes disastrously wrong in a matter of days, people will flock to the grocery stores and wipe out everything on the shelves…everything that’s left, that is. So, we need to be aware that they are reacting in fear. A fear we can avoid by remaining aware of what is occurring around us and aware of this possibility that we may need a few months of food stored away, just in case.

The best way to hedge against hyperinflation coupled with a food shortage is to first make sure you can provide some food for yourself. Grow a garden if you can and make sure you’ve got heirloom seeds that you can plant and save year after year.

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    But you also need to learn how to preserve your own food too. Canning and dehydrating are skills that will take you far during a hyperinflation and food shortage scenario we are all staring at in the face.

    Next, make sure you are grabbing a few extra things that can be stored each time you visit the grocery store. Get two or three extra cans of food. Get an extra package of bottled water. Grab an extra olive oil or coconut oil. Stash these things away just in case the worst happens! You could also stockpile extra fruits or vegetables to be canned or dehydrated over the winter and consumed as need be.

    The ongoing labor shortage is a concern too and it makes me think that this will most definitely get noticeably worse before it gets any better.
    Stock up on dried foods like beans and rice as well. Anything is better than nothing when it comes to a hyperinflation and food shortage situation.

    When people react in fear, they react in an irrational manner. Yet, we can make every preparation possible to try to prevent ourselves from succumbing to that same fate.

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