I did some pretty deep consideration when it came to buying the unbleached flour and oatmeal at our discount store. They didn't have limits like all the supermarkets do. That store had a LOT of flour when we bought it. Of course, the stuff they had didn't last long when all the grocery stores are out. Couldn't decide if I was overdoing it, but ended up buying five five-pound bags of flour and five large canisters of oatmeal -- which was only a small percentage of what they had. They didn't have much in the way of whole wheat flour, but we've got quite a bit of that -- and a flour mill with grain if that runs out before it arrives in the stores. I can't make white flour like I can whole wheat. I've been using more unbleached flour to stretch the whole wheat flour we have, so didn't really want to use up the little left in my last bag. I just get SO tired of having to buy large quantities of things in this town when I can find things. It takes up so much room to store it, but that's the way we survived here LONG before COVID-19. We were FINALLY getting the point we could find almost everything we needed here, except for a few specialty items we could buy when traveling. Now after this, I fear we'll be back to stores that won't stock anything. They still prefer only one family member shop here and DH said the aisles were still wiped out yesterday so I think I made the right decision. With the amount of bread DH eats, it has been nice not to be running to the store to buy it and he keeps raving about how much better it tastes. Thankfully we weren't desperate for anything we ordered from Amazon. DH has needed a laptop cooler for quite a while, but his computer isn't overheating and I couldn't think of anything else to combine with it to avoid paying shipping. The one I ordered for my computer months ago is still running -- a very rare thing -- so he wanted the same brand I bought. When I realized I could get a gallon of blackstrap molasses for so cheap, I figured that would at least get us the free shipping. I just hope it doesn't spill all over in shipping ... I've still got at least half a gallon of molasses on hand. It doesn't technically say "blackstrap," but a dollar/discount store in Washington had it for something like $1.99 or $2.99 several years ago and I wasn't going to squabble about what sort it was for that price. It is pretty dark, so may well be blackstrap. We bought more than one gallon at the time -- basically all we could fit in the already stuffed car. We still aren't in the clear around here. DH noticed yesterday that Stan Ellsworth a "Biker Dude" who rode around America on his Harley telling the history of the nation for a BYU Television series has contracted COVID-19, is on a ventilator in an induced coma and the prognosis is not good. Utah -- where he lives -- hasn't been hit that hard by this yet, so we're not sure how things will go with reopening.