2 food storage tips you should remember to make life easier after a disaster. (more
Additional Food Storage Items To Consider
Remember To Spice It Up!
Bland food is never fun to eat and as the saying goes, a little spice goes a long way. Remember to include a good supply of a variety of the different spices you like to using when cooking.
These seasonings and spices or herbs enable you to do a lot of resourceful things using your whole grains and beans. Without them you might be significantly restricted on the type and variety of foods you can prepare.
Food Storage Cooking Ideas
Probably the greatest recommendation we can make is purchase a good food storage recipe book, then each week go through the cook book and fix a few of the recipes for your family to try out.
Trust us, a disaster isn't the time to be experimenting with new cooking ideas; you or your family will want to be familiar with the food as familarity produces comfort and security, especially with children who will be under stress.
As you cook using your food storage cook book, make note of the different ingredients and the purchase those which you like. This simple tip will help you more than anything else to know what items to store.
We recommend "Cook with Food Storage Made Easy" by Debbie G. Harman.
Here's Amazon's description of this great book:
Once you start to accumulate your food storage, what do we do with? Food
storage is not just for emergencies; it's meant to help us sustain life
today. In this fun cookbook, Debbie Harman shows how you can cook
delicious meals and tasty treats your family will love with the food
supplies that have too often been put away only for a rain day.
soon discover how to use storage items and other everyday ingredients to
make tasty dishes a few times each week, which will keep your food
storage in constant rotation-and save you money. So, should disaster
strike, you'll have plenty of usable food on hand-and you'll be an
expert on knowing what to do with it.
Hundreds of fast and
delicious family-tested recipes.
Learn more about advanced food storage here...
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