It’s been an incredibly crazy month!  I just returned from the Alison’s Pantry Food Show in Pleasant Grove, Utah where I enjoyed, among other things, a presentation on food storage organization.  If you’re new to food storage, you need a plan! And, there’s no better time to start than now.  September is National Emergency Preparedness Month.

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I think the simplest method for putting one foot in front of the other to build a supply of food and gear for emergencies is found at Food Storage Made Easy.  These lovely ladies have compiled a very practical, organized system of “baby-steps” in easy-to-complete checklists. It’s a great place to start!

Celebrate National Preparedness Month by inventorying your current food storage, and making a plan to improve and rotate your food storage every month.  Then come back to All About Food Storage often, and I’ll help you enjoy all of the foods with which you’re filling your pantry!

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4 Comments to “Food Storage Baby Steps”

  1. I can’t get the link to work…could you post it as an address? thanks!

  2. Stephanie says:

    The link does not work….. I am really interested in learning…. could you post a better link or email one?

  3. Kim says:

    I’m sorry the link was having problems. It’s working now!

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