WaterBobs are nice so long as you have advanced warning to get them filled before you lose power (at least for me with well water)I have 4 water bobs.
1 in each bathroom by the tubs
1 back up and 1 for distiling alcohol
Don't fret Danil, when he gets hungry enough, he will say that whatever you cook taste great. It's suprising what you will eat when you are hungry. My other half is from Honduras and fixes some stuff I never thought I would eat either, but when I get hungry enough, I chomp it down. It's not boudin or boiled crawfish but it fills the stomach. We can what we normally eat but when TSHTF, I think we will be glad for anything. WE will be eating CAJUN FOOD while others will be picking through trash cans.LMAOI started with the LDS website with the "How much should I prep", but I had to alter with my family. I can eat almost anything (along with most of the kids and wives), but even though my husband grew up on almost anything, he has not in his adulthood, so will only like certain items. I do cook from scatch and do my own garden, but there are some items he just doesn't like to eat. There are some items that I grow in the garden that he normally doesn't eat, but can sneak it in with some meals, like cabbage with eggrolls.
You go lil girl. The eggplant casserole sounds delish. Turnips with smoked sausage is hard to beat. We just figured it out that there are two kinds of food, cajun food and the slop our Yankie friends cook.LMAOIf he gets hungry enough, he will eat. . . I have no doubt. That is why I have put up turnips, beets, ect along with greens. Normally, I tend to make what he like, but if it is survival, he will adapt. I make him eat cabbage in eggrolls and make him eat eggplant with eggplant casserole with sausage and broccolii (normally he likes it raw) with cheese sauce (baby steps). I LOVE Cajun foods and the hotter the better!