There have been reports in countries like Yemen, Iran and Pakistan, even India, as well as new reports of locusts crossing into China.
Comment by tonytran2015: Many people living in the cities in former South Vietnam had practiced keeping stocks of rice and canned sardines as their emergency food against unexpected locked-down or state declared emergencies.
.. those in Spain and Portugal see the cans as small packages of
gold, and they’re often willing to pay the price. For example, a 4-ounce can of almejas, the most expensive Galician clams, can set you back nearly $80.
Yes, some canned seafood is a delicacy, but most of it is more
wallet-friendly. It’s also a healthy, sustainable, and convenient food choice.
… The canned varieties, however, are nutritional powerhouses. For starters, oilier varieties of fish, such as sardines, anchovies, and
mackerel, are among the highest sources of omega-3s that you’ll find at a grocery store.
… it’s worth noting that not only are the bones almost unnoticeable, but a single can of sardines can make up for as
much as 35 percent of your daily recommended calcium intake, thanks to the little bones.
Comment by tonytran2015: Good, strong argument presented in the video at the end of the blog.