I only have my wife and I and our two grade schoolers at home. My grown son is solo and living about 500 miles from here, as is my grown daughter and grandson. They know they always have a standing invite to come back home if needed. Otherwise, we will just lock the storage room door and work out meals as appropriate. We don't have a rationing plan in mind, but would have to limit intake as time goes along depending on supplies and duration.I was wondering if something does happen now and you have to start relying solely on your preps and stored supplies, do any of you have plans for food rationing? I am asking this as I have a concern with everyone in my family wanting to continue to eat the same amount of food as they do now.
How are you planning to deal with this?
I am more worried about outsiders finding out that we have our own supplies. The city we live in is large without any food production of its own, and everything is trucked in. There is a 3 day supply on the shelf for residents and the many, many thousands of tourists here on a daily basis. As 'hoarding' is mentioned in the executive orders and such, it would not be wise to have anyone know you had more than a couple of days in the pantry.