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Month: December 2021

The Pantry Challenge Reimagined: Taking Some Time To Clean Up and Eat Up Your Food Storage

The Pantry Challenge Reimagined: Taking Some Time To Clean Up and Eat Up Your Food Storage

January is an excellent month to do many things. Many people view the start of the year as a way to start over. I view January as a way to take stock of my life and see where I need to improve. I also find that January is an excellent month to tackle your food storage.  Generally, people are home more during the winter, which means we eat more meals at home. It’s easier to meal plan and easier to…

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35 Things You Need To Be Prepared For Winter

35 Things You Need To Be Prepared For Winter

Winter is upon us again in the Midwest. We just had our first snowstorm that lasted about 18 hours. However, many things can happen in 18 hours to make winter more dangerous and deadly if you are not prepared.  One of the most common things that people prepare for in the winter at home is power outages due to blizzards, snowstorms, and ice storms. Power outages can last for an hour or stay for several days. With a power outage,…

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Three Prong Approach to Food Storage: How to Make Sure You Are Covered For All Situations

Three Prong Approach to Food Storage: How to Make Sure You Are Covered For All Situations

  When you first start preparing, food storage is usually your starting point. Depending on what you are preparing for, you gear your food storage towards that direction. What if I told you that you could have your food storage covered in just about any situation? I believe in the three-prong approach to food storage: Quick, easy foods that do not need to be cooked or minimally cooked Long term food storage like freeze-dried foods, rice, and beans Cook from…

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