Best of Food Storage Made Easy 2013

We are so excited to start a new year of building our food storage, learning new skills, and helping our families become more prepared. Next week we will be sharing our 2013 New Year’s Resolutions with you and encouraging you to work on your own. But this week we wanted to give you a recap of some of our most popular posts from last year in case you missed any of them along the way.

3 BIGGEST HIGHLIGHTS THIS YEAR


Our entire website organize and categorized to make it easy to access everything in one place.


Complete revision of our Emergency Preparedness Plan with more detail and better format.

EBOOK

Brand new 3-Part eBook program to help you build your food storage and learn to use it.

Other Helpful Posts

Homemade Whole Wheat “Rhodes” Rolls
Julie shares her secret bread making tips that enable her to create delicious freezer rolls that are even yummier than Rhodes rolls and made of 100% whole wheat!
Chicken Tortilla Soup
Another freezer meal idea, this soup is great fresh or several weeks later out of the freezer.
Fuel the Fire February
This is a 5-part series covering common and less-common fuels that are used for emergency preparedness and cooking without power.
Fast and Easy Chicken Quinoa Soup
A delicious recipe using a grain that people don’t commonly store but we think is a great option to add variety to your food storage grains.
New Thrive Sauces (and Seasonings)
Thrive Life launched a new line of sauces and seasonings at its annual convention in 2013. We love the additional meal options these open up in our storage!
Sour Dough 101: Part 1
Learn the basics of sour dough and how to make a starter
Sour Dough 101: Part 2
A delicious recipe for Artisan sour dough. Great yeast-free bread option.
Getting Started Raising Chickens
Jodi shares about her adventures raising backyard chickens and gives details on everything you need to know to get started.
Tax Refund Week
Tips for helping you to make the most of your money when purchasing food storage, especially when you have a large bulk sum to spend such as when you get a tax refund.
How to Overcome Food Storage Challenges
Whatever struggles you may have with food storage, we have some tips for helping you to overcome them.
Rice Flour Crepes
Using home ground rice flour, you can make lots of different foods that are gluten-free. Great for a change of pace or if you have allergies.
New and Improved Sun Oven
The All-American Sun Oven is a complete redesign of the popular Global Sun Oven. This post is a summary of all the new features.
Greek Lentil Soup Recipe
Another healthy recipe that uses one of the legumes that you will find on most long term food storage calculators.
Homemade Household Cleaning Supplies
Learn how you can use common storage items to replace a lot of your household cleaners. It can save on the amount of non-food items you need to store.
5 Things I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me 5 Years Ago
Some tips for beginners that can help you get started with the right thinking. Don’t wait five years to figure this out!
Pizza Casserole: Food Storage Style
A great twist on a “facebook” recipe turned into a fully shelf-stable meal.
17 Ways to Use Your Wheat Grinder
17 different delicious recipes using different legumes and grains that you can grind in any wheat grinder.
Water Storage FAQ
We discuss commonly asked questions about water storage on a podcast episode with links to lots of additional information.
10 Ways to Practice Powerless Cooking This Summer
Summer time is a great excuse to practice cooking outdoors and work on those powerless cooking skills. Here are ten tips to help you get practicing.
Summer Salad with a Quick and Easy Corn Salsa
A great go-to salad that can be made using food storage foods and taken to any pot luck or barbecue event.
How to Create a Recipe Binder
Jodi gives a step by step tutorial showing how to make a great little recipe binder to organize all of your recipes. This is a favorite gift she gives to her sisters as they get married.
What can you do with YOUR food storage?
See the different foods you can make just by adding a few more items into your food storage plan. It’s definitely a good idea to go “beyond the basics”.
Emergency Preparedness Plan: Whats New?
Download our new 9 page emergency preparedness plan to help make a plan and disaster kit for your family.
What can you do with YOUR food storage?
See the different foods you can make just by adding a few more items into your food storage plan. It’s definitely a good idea to go “beyond the basics”.
Freezer Meals and Food Storage
Jodi shares about a freezer meal project she did for her grandma and how she used lots of food storage items in her meal ideas.
7 Day Challenge Recap
Summary and links to all 7 days of the 2013 7 day challenge, an annual event where we all practice our preparedness in a fun and challenging mock emergency.
Food Storage Substitutions
Print out these handy substitutions for when you run out of an ingredient or want to store less ingredients and still make your same foods.

12 Days of Food Storage Christmas
Fun gift ideas for Christmas time or ANY time, to help you give the gift of preparedness to loved ones.
  Let’s Talk About Rice
Rice is a common grain in long term food storage. There are many varieties you can buy, and not all of them are ideal for storage. This post gives lots of detailed info on this staple food.
  Freeze-Dried Foods versus Dehydrated Foods
Many people don’t realize there is a significant difference between freeze-dried foods and dehydrated foods. This post covers all the basics to help you understand and make decisions on which ones to store for your family.
  All About Freeze-Dried Cheese
If you can have pizza in an emergency, everything will be ok. Freeze-dried cheese can make that a possibility.
  All About Yeast and Vital Wheat Gluten
These two ingredients are key to making our favorite whole wheat bread recipe but they can be intimidating if you are new to bread-making.

  • Laurie Nguyen

    Love, Love, LOVE your website! I’ve been reading it for quite sometime, and you’ve truly made food storage easy. I especially appreciated your sourdough tutorial posts. Thank you!

  • http://easyemergencypreparedness.com/ Randy Meyer

    Thats really helpful.