With confirmed cases of the coronavirus reaching 75,775 infected and over 2,100 fatalites (according to the "official" statistics as of today - we all know Communist China is greatly under-reporting the numbers), Trump passing more anti-gun legislation than Obama ever did, a rising tide of non-Whites pouring into our nations, and more of our civil liberties being stripped away, it is imperative that we abandon the unnatural and unhealthy cities the System has pushed our people into. We need to become more self-reliant.
This is a pretty negative perspective, but I think it's a plausible one nonetheless. One way to reduce our reliance on a System that seeks to destroy us is to grow our own food. Back in the Medieval Ages, serfs had a lot more freedom than we do today - largely because most peasants grew the crops for their government (and the community overall), and a revolt could greatly impact the amount of food available to their oppressors. Control the food, and you wield a great deal of power.
The modern peasant wage-slaves of today can barely grow a potato, let alone provide food for their families. Their purpose is to get severely taxed off their incomes and blindly consume any worthless piece of garbage the controlled media dangles in front of them. It is important for every White Nationalist to remove themselves from the System-imposed rat race and look to provide for their own extended family, their community, and their race.
Something every pantry should have is beef or chicken bullion as well. This is a very easy way to add flavor to beans and rice that you cook. Milk will be nearly impossible to get unless you have dairy cows (or know someone willing to sell/barter for their excess milk). You should have a few cans of dehydrated milk.
Freeze-dried "just-add-water" meals are an option as well. Think Knorr or ramen, but do not make these the bulk of your prep as they lack nutrition. Seriously consider getting a dehydrator and making jerky/fruit leathers.
A guideline on food storage for a family for one year could look like: 100 lbs of flour, 200 lbs of rice, 100 lbs of pasta, 120 lbs of dried beans, 16 lbs of peanut butter, 160 lbs of sugar, 12 lbs of honey, 12 lbs of maple syrup, 100 lbs of oats, 12 lbs of jam, 40 qts of olive oil, 240 lbs of dry milk, 48 cans of evaporated milk, 4 lbs of baking powder, 4 lbs of baking soda, 2 lbs of yeast, 20 lbs of salt, 2 gallons of vinegar, 20 lbs of dry soup mix, and plenty of spices. It's definitely a lot if you're buying it all at once, but that's why it's important to start stocking up early. Adding a pound of sugar and salt to your shopping list once a week will go a long way.