Food Storage

Kim on April 27th, 2014

I love cute printables! This adorable meal planning sheet is vintage chic…and FREE! Hop over to Crystal & Co. (crystalandcomp.com) 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 February 4th, 2013

Whole wheat is considered by many, myself included, to be an ideal emergency food storage item because of its nutritional content and long shelf life (30+ years). But eating nothing but whole wheat for a whole year doesn’t sound appealing or healthy, for that matter. You need some variety – something to spice up the […]

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Kim on February 4th, 2013

When you combine today’s poor economy with the recent onslaught of natural disasters, it’s no wonder why more people are making the efforts to establish a personal, emergency supply of food and water. However, sometimes getting started can be a little daunting. Below are some answers to a few common questions related to food storage. […]

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Kim on May 13th, 2012

It may seem a little early to be thinking about canning your Summer harvest, but it’s the perfect time to save on all of the tools you’ll need. I’m often asked by readers which canner I recommend, to which I respond “an All-American.” No matter the size of canner you choose, the All-American Pressure Canners […]

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Kim on March 15th, 2012

I love my Wonder Mill Electric Whisper Mill . I’ve been using it for nearly 10 years now, and grinding beautiful fine flours for all of my baking.  Nothing beats using freshly ground warm wheat flour for a batch of homemade whole wheat bread.  The results are mouthwatering! Lately, I’ve been considering which manual grain mill to […]

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