An unheated storage room in an apartment building sounds good too. As you plan your 3-Month food storage menus, ask yourself this question: Consider the counsel to “Gradually build a small supply of food that is part of your normal, daily diet until it is sufficient for three months.” (Family Home Storage: A New Message, Ensign, March 2009.). Using bygo half price or free I got a three year supply of gummy vitamins for nothing. I keep cheese in my freezer, but for long-term storage AND a quick way to reach your food storage goal, freeze-dried is a really good option. Linda, you and I have the luxury of selecting the best and healthiest of foods– paying extra for them, when necessary. I have stored for years. There’s lot of inf out there…. takes the place of baked bread…………. One about every 6 weeks. Just this simple array of ingredients will allow you to make dozens of different dishes. Especially saving money in the process . Where do you find the butter powder, tomato powder, dehydrated veggies? That will save you money and you can always utilize the leftovers as a late-night snack or lunch/dinner the following day. Thanks for the advice though. Plan on a “white gravy” meal once a week with a couple of biscuits and gravy breakfasts thrown in the mix. An example of a meal schedule might look like this: MONDAY: Oatmeal breakfast, peanut butter and banana sandwiches for lunch, chicken and rice soup for dinner, TUESDAY: French toast for breakfast, leftover chicken and rice soup for lunch, country sausage gravy over biscuits for dinner, WEDNESDAY: Eggs and leftover biscuits, tuna sandwiches for lunch, Macho Mexican Rice for dinner, THURSDAY: Oatmeal, leftover Macho Mexican Rice in a tortilla for lunch, spaghetti for dinner, FRIDAY: Cold cereal with protein powder drink, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, potato and kale soup for dinner, SATURDAY: Leftovers for breakfast, grilled cheese sandwiches, pasta with Alfredo sauce, SUNDAY: Pancakes and eggs, chicken salad sandwiches, tuna casserole. Two pasta meals per week = 24 pasta meals for 3 months supply; Daily sandwiches = bread and sandwich fillings for up to 90 meals (lunch/dinner or both) Rice and beans recipes twice per week = 24 rice/beans meals; One casserole per week = 12 casserole meals for 3 months; Gravy meal = 12 or more of these meals for 3 months supply Yes, it does appear as if a storm is coming. I/we also have two dogs, two cats etc. Honey is right, newer dehydrators are much more energy conscious. There is a small family grocery store in a small town in AR and apparently the owner preps as well. 90 BREAKFAST MENUS39x Oatmeal, raisins, dry milk, water9x Pancake from mix, Tang24x Cold cereal, powdered milk, water6x Wheat waffles, syrup, powdered, milk3x Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins, water3x Applesauce Spice Muffins, water6x Muffins from mix, water, 90 LUNCH MENUS15x PB & J sandwich, fruit or veg, Tang15x PB & Honey sandwich, fruit or veg, drink box21x Tuna sandwich, baked beans, water6x Ramen soup, fruit or veg, water6x Macaroni & cheese, fruit or veg, V8 juice6x Soup, crackers, dried fruit, water6x Canned Pasta, banana chips, water6x Chili w/beans, crackers, water6x Canned Stew, crackers, water3x Chicken salad sandwich, fruit or veg, water, 90 DINNER MENUS6x Clam Chowder 19 oz., bread/butter6x Easy Chicken Stew, bread/butter6x Vegetable Soup 19 oz., bread/butter6x Chicken, Vegetable, Pasta Soup 19 oz., saltine crackers6x Spaghetti w/homemade sauce, vegetable, milk3x Spaghetti w/jar sauce, vegetable, water6x Quick Beef Chili w/corn *73 Biscuits3x Pineapple Chicken *92, rice3x Italian Pasta Salad *67, Biscuits3x Chicken & Rice Casserole, Biscuits3x Tuna w/ Egg Noodles, canned corn, milk3x Chicken w/ Egg Noodles, canned corn, milk3x Chicken a la King *94, rice, canned green beans3x Creamy Chicken and green beans *160, mashed potatoes3x Tuna, Noodles and peas, canned pears3x Teriyaki Pineapple Beef, rice w/broth3x Bisquick Vegetable pot pie, canned peaches, milk3x Barbecue Beef Casserole *160, canned peaches3x BBQ chicken on hamburger buns, canned peaches milk3x Sloppy Joe’s with canned meat on hamburger buns, applesauce3x Enchilada Casserole w/corn, canned peaches3x Beef Nacho Casserole, Spanish rice *983x Meat and gravy on mashed potatoes *88, canned green beans, milk, 90 SNACK MENUS18x Food bar3x Pretzels6x Fruit snack6x Graham crackers6x M & M’s6x Hot cocoa drink(has milk)3x Corn Chips, salsa jar3x Chips w/refried beans & homemade salsa12x Homemade popcorn3x Simple Scones3x Caramel Popcorn *1143x Cake (from mix) w/frosting3x Brownies (from mix)3x Snicker doodles *1103x Chocolate Chip Cookies3x Chewy Oatmeal Cookies *1093x Apple Crisp w/shelf whip topping3x Light and Easy Fruit Cobbler*100. I mixed the bacon back into the gravy and poured it over a few slices of toast. One serving has something like 22grams of protein. Love your book, too. You can make wonderful salads with them…. I just bought a dehydrator and was concerned about the electricity usage. In addition, buy a few pounds of brown sugar and/or quarts of honey, extra cinnamon, raisins, and any other add-ins you and your family enjoy. Also, the canners are at walmart and most other big box stores for around $60 or $70 right now. . The recipe is very simple, just nut butter, honey, and Cheerios. I purchased enough freeze dried meats to give them one serving per person for two weeks. I would be storing for for three people, maybe four. A lot of people are on very tight budgets , but this shows us that we can still get prepared. It' protected from oxygen by the canning process. My recipe includes cream of mushroom soup, canned/fresh/freeze-dried mushrooms, and sometimes cheese. Pasta meals are inexpensive and it’s very versatile. This will kill off any microscopic insect eggs so there won’t be any nasty surprises when you’re ready to use the flour. Cooking three meals from scratch will get old fast. Tuna or chicken casserole is a simple budget-friendly dinner and very food-storage friendly. Good ideas! Powdered eggs mix up with a bit of water for some pretty good scrambled eggs and omelets. What am I doing wrong or can hamburger patties be fried and remain firm? If something happened, they would come home. Hi That is true about the gas. Easy to defrost and use many dishes. I bought the cheapest cuts of meat I could find and then canned it last week. They won’t listen. Choose a recipe, multiply the ingredients by 12, and start shopping! Walgreens…points. For supplies of dehydrated foods do an internet search for two of the brands I most often see: Mountain House and Thrive. I have put up several jars of hamburger patties. Learning how to use a "haybox cooker" will save even more fuel. Try stocking up as quickly as you can, even if that’s not very fast. Check out your dehydrator OJD. PS. Bring to a boil. We use an unheated garage out of the sun. The only problem that I am having is that the inside of the patties remain very mushy after frying. If you plan on a very hearty breakfast, a large early-afternoon lunch, and then eat a light meal of leftovers, sandwiches with a loaf of homemade bread, maybe some simple soup for dinner, you'll have your three meals a day. Keep in mind that repetitive meals can be quite boring, so stock up on a variety of beans, buy multi-bean mixes, and different types of rice. They are very wholesome, whole wheat and store indefinitely. Great advice! My website is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Since food is at the top of our families’ needs, emergency food storage is a basic, simple step to prepare. Also, I buy Ak-Mak crackers for storage. The only difficulty I find is I end up throwing it out because it expired before I end up eating it. Still love it and it is a meal that can be stretched a long, long way. If you are disciplined, you can make a single 16 oz. It stores well, it’s cheap, and grinding your own rice flour is worth the price of the mill in the long run. Trader Joe’s has many great products that do well in long term storage. If you’re like most people, you don’t know too much about wheat. We have a town home/condo with not a lot of storage space, but we installed some hand racks from Home Depot in our basement way and manage to keep about a month's worth on hand.
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