There is a new trend that’s sweeping the internet. Depression era cooking and budgeting books are making a comeback.
You know things are bad when people start turning to so-called “Starvation Recipes” to sustain themselves and their families.
Historian and high school teacher Eleni Nikolaidou’s new book “Starvation Recipes” was just released in Greece and is attracting attention throughout Europe. The book is a collection of tips and recipes that people used to survive the World War II occupation.
The success of these types of book should be a huge wake up call for Americans. When people start to seek out books that teach them how to collect crumbs or cheat their stomachs into believing they are full, there’s something seriously wrong.
It’s time to wake up and start prepping before it’s too late. Do you really want to scrape for crumbs, or do you want to thrive when everyone else is trying to survive?