Another hint — Food Storage Recipes!

I took a quick video on my iPhone (gotta love the iPhone) as I was prepping some more things for the CHALLENGE. This is definitely something you might not have thought about, but will be IMPORTANT.

You can grab a copy of our binder ebook to help you get a start on some recipes. But like I said, there are a LOT of other resources online such as our sister site http://everydayfoodstorage.net that may have recipes that you are using on a regular basis. So get on the computer and get printing!

Ok we gotta stop giving hints or this is going to be too easy 😉


  • krazedma

    That is a great idea about laminating your recipe cards. I have thought of putting our family favorite food storage recipes in a small photo album that has pockets. They could fit into a backpack that is used for an emergency kit. Laminating them would be an extra benefit.

  • Anonymous

    That is a great idea about laminating your recipe cards. I have thought of putting our family favorite food storage recipes in a small photo album that has pockets. They could fit into a backpack that is used for an emergency kit. Laminating them would be an extra benefit.

  • krazedma

    That is a great idea about laminating your recipe cards. I have thought of putting our family favorite food storage recipes in a small photo album that has pockets. They could fit into a backpack that is used for an emergency kit. Laminating them would be an extra benefit.

  • You might want to also laminate your recipes. If it came down to no internet & if you have to cook somewhere outside you’re going to deal with the elements. Staples, Office Max, local teacher store & even sams sells a laminator. You can hole punch through it. I do recommend using a hot laminator. I’ve had some items dropped in the tub, toilet & the kitchen sink…don’t ask… & they were simply dried off & fine. Plus with heat It’s sturdier & you don’t get peeling that can happen with cold laminating.

  • You might want to also laminate your recipes. If it came down to no internet & if you have to cook somewhere outside you're going to deal with the elements. Staples, Office Max, local teacher store & even sams sells a laminator. You can hole punch through it. I do recommend using a hot laminator. I've had some items dropped in the tub, toilet & the kitchen sink…don't ask… & they were simply dried off & fine. Plus with heat It's sturdier & you don't get peeling that can happen with cold laminating.