For other goods, the savings from stockpiling in advance are probably minimal
Primrose wrote: »
I,m sure we'll manage on the food front as long as we have plenty of onions. I remember that during the last war they were apparently almost impossible to get hold of because virtually all our onions were imported, and of course they're an essential ingredient in most cheap savoury dishes.
So, some dried onions might be a useful item to hold in stock although leeks will substitute in an emergency if you have some space to grow.
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