Samantha Siegel

Survival Skills in the Kitchen

We did not always live so extravagantly with supermarkets,  credit cards, and electrical devices to store and cook our food in. In fact, it is only within the last 100 years that mankind has went from growing and preserving their own food, to simply filling up carts at supermarkets.

It is revolutionary, but we must not forget our roots. In a time of abundance it is easy to forget that history repeats itself.

Look at the great depression of 1929, when our grandparents were waiting in line for hours for a loaf of bread. In both both World Wars, rationing was common when food was scarce.

During the seven year famine that Yosef had dreamed about and planned for, the Egyptians sold their land and property to the Pharoah for bread until the whole nation, except the elite, became indentured servants to the throne.

Just like we need to have gas masks in case of chemical warfare, we should also be prepared for an economic crash and keep a stash of wheat berries and water, so that we can live when, God forbid, a disaster strikes.

With just wheat berries and water, you can have rejuvelac, wheatgrass, and sprouted bread. Wheat grass is not only the multi-vitamin of all time, but it can also be used as a disinfectant and medicine. With a few kilos of fenegreek or alfalfa seeds, you can grow super foods right in your own kitchen with minimal water and space.  You do not even need sunlight to grow these chlorophyll rich foods.

It might sound scary and doomsday-ish, but in fact it is a necessary precaution, and until the time of the Meshiach, or the ultimate redemption, there will always be war, famine, and plague on this earth.  Learning to maximize wheat to get every vitamin and mineral your body needs to be healthy and strong, is an essential survival skill that everybody should know. It can save lives. It is worth your time to learn how to sprout for your health and security.



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