Food Storage Recipes

Kim on April 27th, 2014

I love cute printables! This adorable meal planning sheet is vintage chic…and FREE! Hop over to Crystal & Co. ( and print one…or seven.  Planning meals is the best way to incorporate food storage ingredients into your day-to-day menus.  When you cook with pantry staples, and food storage basics, you learn a lot of versatility in […]

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Kim on March 1st, 2012

  I love cookbooks almost as much as sappy romance novels, and I’ve found a new one to recommend.  I’ve been baking bread for over a decade, but attended a class by author Lori Viets and learned that each of us can improve on this great homemaking skill.  Lori’s book, No More Bricks! Successful Whole Grain […]

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Kim on July 18th, 2011

I didn’t think it could happen…but it has.  There is now another favorite zucchini bread recipe in my house.  I have been a loyal champion of my favorite recipe, a moist zucchini bread that stands out with a little lemon zest. But change can be good. So I tried the recipe that the ladies at […]

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Kim on March 8th, 2011

And this is why I started this site. 🙂  Storing the basics shown above is a great place to start, but I don’t think many of us want to channel our pioneer ancestry to this extent. I believe in knowing how to use these staples to make healthy foods, but also in storing the ingredients […]

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Kim on February 25th, 2011

You may have noticed…I’m a big fan of breakfast.  This recipe is one of my favorites because I can mix it up anytime and the batter will last up to 6 weeks in the refrigerator, yielding hot healthy muffins even on hectic school mornings. It’s a great use of the buttermilk powder in my food storage too.  I […]

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