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Food storage: Regular Use vs. Emergency Only

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We were asked this very important question by someone who recently purchased several of our BPA-FREE Spin Lid storage pails….Found Here [We] want to long term store flour, rice, sugar, and pasta for up to one year minimum. Are there any special tips to protect the contents that I need to be aware of? We felt like it was of importance to share on this blog due to the fact that there are often two camps of food storage that people fall into: Regular Use and Emergency Only food storage. Here is a copy of our reply: Basically it only […]

Overwhelmed by long term food pantry? Relax and take steps.

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I know how you feel. Just take a deep breathe and compartmentalize…..it can be very overwhelming at first.  That’s one reason I found these buckets – people were telling me that for a year’s supply I had to vacuum pack and re-vacuum pack etc…drove me nuts! It’s like I invaded Fort Knox each time I wanted to cook!   My opinion is to first focus on the minimum 1 year useful pantry. It’s the one you will get into on a regular basis now and learn to build meals from….so that ‘in case’ of emergency you are also skilled in […]

Food rationing hits home.

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In an article in the New York Sun, Josh Gershtein wrote a few very interesting and quotable remarks: “Many parts of America, long considered the breadbasket of the world, are now confronting a once unthinkable phenomenon: food rationing.” “…Major retailers….are limiting purchases of flour, rice, and cooking oil as demand outstrips supply.” “…most Costco members were being allowed to buy only one bag.” movie net the man from nowhere (ajeossi) movie freight download movie the american trailer telecharger devil dvdrip His article goes on to make more references to food rationing that is taking place in America, home to what […]