Terri Matthews wrote:
Folks in North Korea are often paid only pennies for their work, and while the government will house them what are they to eat? The government used to distribute food but now they mostly do not.
Many of the North Koreans have gardens, raise rabbits, and buy grain. The sale of some vegetables brings them the money for grain. It is a meager existence but they are surviving. I personally like to have oranges in the winter and such, but a person can live without it!
The thing about rabbits is, you do not need refrigeration. You can eat rabbit one day and eat the leftovers the next day, and the food has not had a chance to spoil.