Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Inventory Organization and Sharing Favorite Food Storage Meals
We talked earlier this month about organizing your food storage and using inventory sheets to evaluate and make a plan. I'm including a couple of sheets to add to your food storage binder. One is an inventory for food and non-food storage inventory compliments of Marie Ricks. Print off some of these pages and begin your inventory or as the case may be, your food storage wish list.
The second sheet below is just a list to print off and begin making your list of short term food storage meals.
I'm also reprinting the link to the food storage calculator from foodstoragemadeeasy.net just to make it easier to see how much you need to store for your family. Click on the "food storage calculator" link on the middle of the page and you can save this calculator to your computer and update the totals or recalculate at any time. This is a great tool!
Share your favorite short term food storage meals with us. You can email the recipe to me or leave it in the comments section and I'll post it in another post, or simply mention that you have a recipe you'd like to share and I'll contact you for the recipe. The best way to increase your short term or food storage friendly meals is to share with others. Hopefully we'll have lots of shared recipes here to help us all increase the variety of our food storage meals.
Copy and paste the list below to create a list of your family’s favorite “food storage friendly” meals for short term storage. Fill in your favorite meals and keep the list in your new food storage binder. Your next step will be to write down EVERY ingredient you need to store to make these meals and multiply by the number of times you will need to make these meals to have a 3 month supply.
Food Storage Menu List