Modern Food Storage: Long and Short Term

Check out some of these great links and handouts on Food Storage!

Organizing Yourself and Preparing Your Home for Food Storage:

Beginner’s Guide to Food Storage

Food storage and small spaces

Learning More About Long-Term Food Storage:

10 staples to feed your family on a budget

Longer Term Food Supply

Sources For Food Storage Online:  ( I also often check out the food storage sections in Winco, Walmart, and Costco, and the camping areas in Bi-Mart and Sportsman’s Warehouse)

Emergency Essentials   http://beprepared.com/food-storage.html   (Really good place to start, good variety and good deals.)

Honeyville   http://honeyville.com/  (My Mom’s favorite store and great baking supplies.)

Mountain House   http://www.mountainfoodstorage.com/   ( My favorite meals! The best flavor and both the cans and mylar bags have a 25-30 yr life.  They are cheapest in bulk, but I sometimes find them dirt cheap at Bi-Mart and elsewhere.)

Augason Farms   http://www.augasonfarms.com/  (Great products, love their Morning Moo’s!)

Thrive   https://www.thrivelife.com/  (Bit more costly, but they sell some neat things you can’t find anywhere else.)

Costco  http://www.costco.com/emergency-kits-supplies.html  (Great for fast and easy if you have the $ up front, but  make sure it is all food you want to eat, or the deal isn’t so good)

LDS Cannery – St Paul, or online (They have amazing prices, just a small selection…but great for basics!)  http://store.lds.org/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Category3_715839595_10557_3074457345616706370_-1_N_image_0

How To Cook With Your Food Storage:

Dehydrated Eggs and recipes

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