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1. Kendra (I asked a friend, Kendra, to help me get my blog started in 2012) and I were interviewed by The New York Times in October 2012 via the telephone. They asked us a few questions about food storage. Why do we believe in food storage? What do we store and in what quantities? We mentioned we both grind our wheat and make bread weekly for our families. They asked if we did food storage because of religious beliefs. We both said no. We both believe in being prepared for the unexpected times in our lives. After about two weeks and several emails the following article was published in The New York Times on November 4th, 2012:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/04/sunday-review/dining-through-disaster.html

 

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1. Kendra (I asked a friend, Kendra, to help me get my blog started in 2012) and I were interviewed by The New York Times in October 2012 via the telephone. They asked us a few questions about food storage. Why do we believe in food storage? What do we store and in what quantities? We mentioned we both grind our wheat and make bread weekly for our families. They asked if we did food storage because of religious beliefs. We both said no. We both believe in being prepared for the unexpected times in our lives. After about two weeks and several emails the following article was published in The New York Times on November 4th, 2012:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/04/sunday-review/dining-through-disaster.html

 

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