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Tips for Adding Oil to Your Food Storage

Even if you normally try to maintain a low-fat diet, oil is important in a survival diet. Fats and oils contain a high ratio of calories to weight and are especially important in a crisis because extra exertion and stress will increase the demand for calories. Oil is also necessary ingredient in many baked goods, sauces, and dressings. It is important for sautéing and frying and most of all, it can make ordinary foods delicious—the deep-fried Bloomin’ Onion makes even the lowly onion into a favorite appetizer!

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Tips for Adding Dehydrated Potatoes to Your Food Storage

Dehydrated potatoes are tasty, versatile, filling, inexpensive, and easy-to-store. They can be prepared in a long list of satisfying side dishes and are surprisingly healthy—lots of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. They provide healthy calories along with a dose of comfort—both needed in an emergency. Potatoes are a smart choice for your preparedness plan!

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Time to Add Pasta to Your Food Storage

Tips for Adding Pasta to Your Food Storage

Preparedness Challenge Week 7 Thanks for joining the Preparedness Challenge for Week 7! The challenge this week is to add pasta to your food storage. Pasta makes a stand-alone meal—just add a sauce or cheese.

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Add Dry Milk to Your Food Storage

Tips for Adding Dry Milk to Your Food Storage

Dry milk is convenient, easy to store, and can be used to replace liquid milk when it is in short supply or unavailable. Nonfat dry milk is the most common form of dry milk used for food storage. Today’s dry milk is much more palatable and more like fresh milk.

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Add oats to your food storage

Tips for Adding Oats to Your Food Storage

Oatmeal is an everyday food that is also an ideal food to store for a crisis or emergency. Oats are a versatile grain that can be used in a variety of ways, are widely available, and stores well.

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Add Beans to Your Food Storage

Tips for Adding Beans to Your Food Storage

Not very glamorous and often underrated, beans are one of the most important survival foods. Beans, along with lentils and dried peas, are the richest source of vegetable protein and are an important complement to grains.

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Add Rice To Your Food Storage, image of various kinds of rice

Tips for Adding Rice To Your Food Storage

This week, add rice to your food storage. The more I think about it, the more important I believe rice is in a preparedness plan. Rice is economical and easy to store and use. You can have a nourishing meal in a few minutes.

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Several jars of canned fruit

Stock-Up on Canned Fruit

Canned fruit is an easy food to have and eat in an emergency. It requires no more than a can opener to have ready-to-eat food. Typical canned fruits include applesauce, peaches, pears, apricots, cherries, plums, rhubarb, pineapple, mandarin oranges, and all varieties of berries.

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