Food Storage & SkillsLearning to Cook from Long Term Food Storage

Learning to Cook from Long Term Food Storage

Learning to cook from long term food storage can be a very valuable self sufficiency skill that can keep your family to be happy and healthy.  Responsible adults try to take measures to plan ahead for unseen emergencies that may pop up in the future. Stocking a food storage pantry for six months or more is half the battle…. the other half is learning how to cook with bulk simple food staples.

Learning to Cook from Long Term Food Storage

Being prepared is one of the best ways for any family to keep themselves safe and healthy during times when it truly counts. One of the best ways to be prepared is by having enough food that the family can eat for at least a year.

To do this, it takes time since your family will want to make this a group effort as you make your lists of foods that would interest you and ones that the family can eat without having to worry about foods that aren’t necessarily the tastiest.

Thankfully, there are ways around this and you can find many of these tips and tricks with the guide below. You will find that the advice within this article is full of awesome ways to “sneak” in foods that some members of the family may not like while also helping your food stores stay on track in their completeness for the year or even longer.

The ability to build up your food stores within your pantry is a great way for you to never worry about what to make for dinner while also having the peace of mind that you’re well-stocked with supplies for those days when you might find yourself craving one favorite meal over another. Included are some great recipes that you can make from foods that make the best staples for your pantry, including beans, rice, and even canned meats. They range from typical meals you may make on an average to ones that have an ethnic flair to provide some great variety.

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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