Good Resources!


Section 1: Bag Meals (System, advantages and recipes)

Section 2: Cool Stuff (Home canning basics, Sprouting methods, chicken coops and eggleberries, more recipes)

Section 3: The Nitty Gritty (weights and measures, common ingredient substitutions, food equivalencies, recipe index)


Crystal Godfrey's "I Can't Believe It's Food Storage" is a simple step-by-step plan for using food storage to create delicious meals. By the end of reading this book, you will be more prepared to build your food storage and to use it every day in meals your family will love. 180 Pages.


Mary Wilde's "A Year's Supply In Seven Days" is a modern resource for food storage planning. Inspired by the author's experience as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, this easy-to-read book provides a step-by-step plan for developing a food storage supply that is personalized and practical for people of all faiths and experience levels. The book includes a menu spreadsheet, a volume-to-weight conversion table (for use with a variety of ingredients), a guide to shelf life, and simple recipes that utilize many storable foods. The author encourages readers to develop good habits of food rotation and gardening, as well as to plan ahead and find what works for their lives and situations.

From the introduction: "This workbook guides the reader in methodically building a year's supply based on a personalized seven day menu --- a menu he or she can resort to if actively using food storage as the main food source. Such an individualized menu, employing only storable ingredients that have everyday usefulness, gives precision and practicality to a year's supply."

58 pages
published by Wilde Publishing, 2007
printed by Minuteman Press (Minneapolis)


“Beginner’s Guide to Family Preparedness” by Rosalie Mason provides a wealth of information for anyone who is serious about being prepared. Written in simple language, this book makes becoming self reliant possible.

In the eight sections of this book you will find:
*Basic food suggestions for home food storage
*Food storage facts and tips
*Directions on dehydrating, fermenting, smoking, and curing meat
*Nonfood necessities, such as medical supplies, clothing, and baby needs
*Oven-less baking, soap making, candle molding, tanning hides, using white gas and kerosene, and tips for a survival garden
*Survival mechanics
*Recipes for tasty survival foods, including main dishes, breads, and desserts
*Techniques for sprouting grain, washing on a rub board, building animals traps, and other handy information

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Rachel and Becky

Independent consultants with Shelf Reliance

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