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Sunday, February 26, 2017

March is about Long Term Food Storage

I know, we've been talking about Long Term Food Storage forever.  You might feel overwhelmed or even bored with it.  That's why we're here!  Check out the video below to learn tips and tricks about storage, some new ideas about what you can and can't store, and what you need to store to USE the food.

New to to Long Term Food Storage?  Your goal this month is to get started.   Would you like Food Storage for 4 people for less than $200??  Then you need to check out the recipe for Scotch Broth, a very nutritious, easy to store and cook mix of beans and grains. 

Don't know how much to store?   Use the LDS Online Food Storage Calculator.

Been storing food for awhile? Your goal is to get organized and make sure you have everything you need to use your stored food.  You can use these inventory sheets: Food Storage Inventory Sheet

Need some help knowing what to buy?  Here is a handy weekly purchasing plan to stretch out the purchase over one year's time.  The number each week is for one adult, so make sure you increase the amounts if needed for your family.  Weekly Purchasing Plan

And last but not least, make sure you store a food storage recipe book with your food.  It's not much good if you don't know how to use it!  You can go here to find the Food Storage Cookbooks.  The most simple and usable one is the first, Food Storage Only recipes.

The Lindon Home Storage Center is located at 940 W Center St, Lindon.  Most shelf stable foods can be purchase there for the lowest price around. 

2017 hours are :
Monday & Wednesday10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Saturday9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

 The Provident Living Website has some great tips about Long Term Food Storage as well. 

Happy Storing!