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July’s Easy to Follow Emergency and Food Storage Ideas. A Week by Week Guide.

July's Food Storage Ideas

July – Home of the Brave!

I just love July, for us its hot which means sun bathing, swimming, theme parks, playgrounds, bbq’s, camping, and pretty much anything out doors. We enjoy just soaking it all in. A great quote to pump you up and motivate you for your food storage this month is “OUR ARKS WILL BLOAT ON A SEA OF FAITH, IF OUR WORKS HAVE BEEN STEADILY AND SURELY PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE” By Elder W Don Ladd, 1994

Tip – When you buy your stuff remember to store the oldest date stuff in the front and rotate through it before its expired. The canned or bagged storage food has a 25 year shelf life (not canned beans and corn) actual stuff that has been packaged as food storage.

If you see an item say corn if it where me I might get fresh corn to eat but I would buy a Food Storage Large Can (made for food storage) of dried corn that will last for 25+ years. Sugar for example I will buy 6 thinks of sugar and put all but one in storage and rotate through it. and restock as needed.

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What to Buy in July….

Week 1) 

Jellies, learn to make freezer jam and freeze it for a rainy day and Toilet Paper

Week 2) 

Water Jugs, bottled water, get a 5 gal jug and filler her up don’t forget to add bleach or tablets for water purification. You can google how much bleach to add.

Week 3) 

Freezer meals or go back to other weeks and buy what you didn’t buy before. Paper Towel, Beef canned beef or regular, freezer for meats (this is something that can become very hard to get after a pandemic like Covid-19).

Week 4) 

Canned goods! Chili, soups, canned meats, beans, etc… Buy what your family likes, Pet food

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Written by Auntie Em

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