Legumes cover so many categories of foods, but the main ones useful for food storage are dried beans, split peas, lentils, and alfalfa seeds.
On the seventh day of “Food Storage Christmas” my true love gave to me, seven types of beans …
In BabyStep 6: Legumes we give you a list of possible legumes to store with a recommended amount of each one. One of the things we decided early on in our food storage adventures was that we would only store foods that we knew how to cook with and that our family would eat. While […]
If you have followed our blog closely, you know that Julie has been afraid of using dry beans in her cooking but has made some great progress this year. In case you missed her Magical Fruit Post, take a quick look to see what we mean (and also learn more about the nutritional benefits of […]
In order to get you ready for the Seven Day Challenge, we are going through revising and cleaning up all our BabySteps. We created the BabySteps to break down the vast amount of information in the “food storage world” when we first got started last summer. From the BabySteps, we developed the BabySteps Checklists as […]
We have recently discovered that beans really ARE the magical fruit. As you know, Julie has been on a mission this year to learn more about beans and to use them more in her cooking. If you have been following us for a while here at Food Storage Made Easy, you know Julie get’s the […]