The answer here is hopefully you have a cupboard stocked with canned items, for the other emergency's that arise in life...like hurricanes, flooding ,feeling too ill to leave the house etc. I guess it would be smart for all of us to have a emergency stash of non perishible items....just for the hard times so, when there are good times stock up on these items even just a few at a time. If I was genuinely trying to find work to get money....I would ask a friend or neighbor to feed me in exchange for any job they may need done in exchange.
Visit the relatives
get food from the place that gives out food to the homeless. theres places that feeds the homeless everyday. and you can live off of beans and rice.
I am not sure i cant go to food bank have no ID
When u are hungry now...
Your local Food Bank has emergency boxes avail imm for you or someone u know in imm need. U get them right when u walk in. Google food bank near me and the nearest one should pop up with the address.
Every Fri ours also has a "Food Pantry" where it cost $16 and they allow u to make your own choices of their food avail. U get to fill a whole bag. So nice if u are on a really tight budget.
CouponSense.com helps u find super specials using coupons from your local paper. They do all the work for u. U just clip the coupons, but it cost $15 mthly but will save u hundreds every month. Using this allows my family to stock up our cabinets for those cruddy days so u don't starve or pay top dollar for regular stuff u have to buy anyway. SMART!
SRP(our electric company) has a low income program where it reduces your mthly bill by $17 if u qualify. Call your utility company, get the discount so that nextonth u dont run out of money:)
Big Lots, Walgreens and the Dollar Store sells food reasonably. (Look in the Walgreens Ad for their sales.)
Go to an "All u can eat buffet" once a day. U can go up til 4pm and still only pay lunch prices which are cheaper. Golden Coral is $8. Other chinese food buffets are cheaper for lunch and u can also find coupons for these places in your Sunday paper.
Best Wishes to all... Last year I had no money for food and family "loaned" me a small amount, if any. I wish I would have known all the above. Hope this helps.
People can survive without food for over a month...unless they are already in a state of starvation.
Also bread aka toast can be frozen and last for a long time. I just take out one slice at a time to use.
I have canned beans and frozen bread so I would be fine.
Dumpster dive at grocery stores, if you ask grocery clerks they may even give you the veggies free if you say you have a rabbit or something. Also stealing from stores, spanging or busking, selling your body, selling drugs, breaking into cars etc.
How do you think the homeless do it? They improvise, it's called the will to survive by whatever eans neccessary. Oh by the way hate to burst people's bubbles but, most homeless shelters won't let you stay for longer than two or three days. I speak from experience.
Vegetables and fish, I guess--I keep a garden and my whole family likes fishing...
HELLO! I say we go to the sc
As long as I have liquid to consume I can go without food for that long again with little problem.
Longest I went was once over a month and a half, kinda weird but I was fine. Two weeks is no problem.
Local churches have food that they give out, there is an angel network to sign up for grocery food. You might try getting a job at mcdonalds. :)
beans on toast
nothing. As long as the body has water....
Whatever you can find, i guess.