Double Your Dinner!

Are you up for a super easy food storage challenge this week?! 

We  know how easy it is to get the “shivers” and roll your eyes whenever you think of food storage.  For a lot of people, it feels overwhelming, not to mention the feeling that you will end up storing food you’ll never eat. 

Hopefully, we are here to help you change these perceptions and to get you excited to not only have food storage, but to use it everyday.  For this week, simply double your dinner!    When planning your weekly menu, pick something that you don’t mind doubling.  When going to the store, buy double the ingredients.  After getting home, dust off that special shelf that will now become your new food storage.  Place the ingredients for that extra dinner on that shelf.  Here’s the key, don’t use the items on that shelf, until you can replace them or in food storage lingo, “rotate”.  It’s that simple!  You now have 1 extra meal for your family in your new and official “food storage”.  It doesn’t have to be overwhelming, take a lot of time, or cost a lot of money.  If you are nervous and don’t know where to start, simply double your dinner.  Make a goal to eventually have 1 extra week worth of meals and start building from there!  Personally, I don’t have a lot of money to put towards my food storage, but I’ve made the effort to get a few extra things each month.  I am amazed at how fast it has added up in less than a year.  I truly feel like it’s been a miracle for my family.  If I can do it, I know you can do it too!

Posted on April 22, 2009, in Everything Family, Food Storage, Food Storage & Emergency Preparedness, Recipes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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