I live the Toltec Way. The Toltec Way says that you prepare for the worst, so that you can have the luxury to then expect the best... because to be taken by surprise drains energy.The Seer Almine
By popular request, the Seer's 2003 lecture on emergency food storage. It is based on Esther Dickey's Passport to Survival. As far as I can tell, the book is out of print, but you can at least find the first edition on the Internet Archive - link. The book is inspired by the survival protocols of the Mormon Church, which has the best resources for emergency preparation.
This lecture is presented 'as is'. It's provided for informational purposes and food for thought. Almine is not telling you to go do anything. Instead, the takeaway should be to consider the loss of consciousness from the surprise shock of black swan events, and determine how you can best prepare against that.
In addition, this material doesn't consider (or contradict) the Seer's teachings on the illusion of external sustenance, or the issues with ingesting animal DNA for Original Ones, as identified in the Tablets of Fire. But rather, in Almine's words, and presupposing the paradigm of nutritional sustenance, "I am trying to give you foods that will keep you alive, and that you don't have to worry about for ten years."
The method that Almine refers to is basically using a pendulum to determine whether a food item is giving energy (clockwise) or taking energy (counter-clockwise).