Food storage is a wise practice for all of us to consider for a variety of reasons – natural disasters, loss of income or family illness are just a few examples of the types of circumstances that can play a role in our needs for an emergency supply of food and basic supplies.
In the previous Food Storage Series installments, you read articles covering why food storage is important and tips for making it work. Below you will find a comprehensive resource list that will provide you with information and guidance for making sure you are set for the unknown.
Starting small but starting somewhere with your long term food storage is better than not starting at all.
Articles Covering Food Storage:
Blogs with Resources You’ll Love:
Each of the blogs linked below have a variety of resources like checklists, money saving tips, storage techniques and tips for the steps you should take first as well as encouraging words for how not to become overwhelmed. They also share their personal stories, pictures and recipes.
Sites to Purchase Supplies:
Both sites below offer a wide ranges of supply options. You can put your own pantry together or purchase kits that make putting your long term food storage together a snap if you have the budget to make it happen. Regardless, both sites offer tips as well as supplies to simplify your long term food storage process.
Video Seminars & Clips:
Wendy Dewitt Food Storage SeminarÂ is a 1.5 hour seminar covering how to develop a one year supply of food.
New Segment on Long Term Food Storage BasicsÂ 10.5 minutes
And one final thought on food storage from the Preparedness Pro