The only thing I did was pick up some N95 mask from Lowe's (sold out now) and order a few more days of food from Mountain House from Amazon.
Other than that, we got about 1 month of food, but can stretch it if need to ration. Water is g2g, cause water should still work if everyone is forced to stay indoors. Not like a hurricane. But I do have lots of stored water.
Got lots of canned goods already.
Need to pick up more cat food cause I ain't sharing my expensive Mountain House with them.
Things I've noticed with different freeze dried brands.
1) Wise gave some people the runs
2) Auckland is cheaper, but cause mainly carbs. Not much protein. More rices, pastas, etc...MH has been stew, eggs, chicken, etc...
3) Most brands are high in sodium, probably cause the assumption is you're outdoors and sweating a lot or SHTF and no matter. Not good to eat every meal just because.