Food Storage & SkillsStocking Food Storage Pantry EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Style

Stocking Food Storage Pantry EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Style

Stocking Food Storage Pantry EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Style is a informative game plan to start filling up a variety of a collection of shelf stable food items.

Stocking Food Storage Pantry EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Style - The Homestead Survival

Most houses these days come with some sort of pantry in or near the kitchen area. This is mainly for the easy storage of food items…. this article shares a list of food staples that will prepare your family for hard times or natural disasters. emergency preparedness This article was designed to help educate the homesteading readers about how to successfully stock a good food pantry.

This article was created and share with all of the readers by the author who was hoping to share their knowledge and experience with the proper way to successfully stock your kitchen pantry. The article includes a detailed listing of all of the things that are being recommended by the author of the article. All of the information that is included in the article was presented in a way that makes it all really easy to read and follow the article.


Baking soda, baking powder and dry yeast

Freeze dried foods and meals

Instant soup mixes


Summer sausage

Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar

Jams and Jellies

Beans and legumes

Spices, iodized salt and dried herbs

Nuts, seeds and nut-butters


Chocolate syrups, Chocolate chips and Cocoa powders

Worcestershire sauce and Soy Sauce

Maple Syrup and extracts

Dehydrated Cheese

Canned Vegetables

Flour, bread and pancake mixes

Protein bars and protein drinks

Potato flakes

Cornmeal, Corn starch, grits


Dehydrated powdered milk, whey and eggs

Hard candies

Condiments – Ketchup, Mustard, Hot Sauce, BBQ Sauce…so forth

Gravy Packages

Dried vegetables to add to Top Ramen Noodles

Top Ramen Noodles

Water….. one gallon of water per per and pet – per day. 2 weeks of water is minimum.

Canned tuna, chicken, beef , corned beef, fish, whole chicken, oysters, salmon, canned sardines, canned mackerel and Spam

Stewed tomatoes (use the liquid)

Evaporated milk, condensed milk, soy or almond milk and canned coconut milk

Sugar, molasses and brown sugar

Canned liquids – broth, fruit juice and vegetable juice

Masa Harina.

Oils: (butter, lard, olive oil, organic shortening and Coconut oil)

Drink mixes: Coffee, Bouillon, Teas, Ovaltine, Tang, Gatorade powder, Kool-Aid

Oats and Oatmeal

Bread crumbs and stuffings

Canned soups


Peanut butter


Canned marinara sauce


Macaroni and Cheese

Au gratin potatoes


Dried Fruits

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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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