Emergency food storage is easy. Just get a large chest freezer and stuff it full of breads, meats, cheeses, veggies and you’re all set, right? Not so fast…
Today we will cover the following emergency food stockpile topics:
- Why You Should Never Rely Soley On Your Freezer
- Basic Emergency Food Storage Principles
- Best Ways To Start
- “Do It Yourself”, “Done For You” Or Both?
- Saving Money On Emergency Foods
- What You Should Buy
- Maintaining Your Food Supply
- Using Food As A Bargaining Tool
Why You Should Never Rely Soley On Your Freezer
Right now, I’ve got an extra large, full to the brim, chest freezer in my basement.
It stores heaps and heaps of delicious and nutritious foods that are all patiently waiting their turn at my dinner table; just thaw, cook and devour.
Large chest freezers are a modern convenience that you should absolutely consider for you and your family.
You can store extra meats, cheeses, bread, desserts when you find them on clearance. You can be ready for large family visits and holiday dinners.
There are plenty of reasons for owning and utilizing a large freezer, but emergency food storage isn’t one of them.