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Prepper Pantry Preparedness

The Ultimate Pantry

Prepper Pantry PreparednessStoring food means different things to different people. Ultimately, the way we store our food, and what we choose to store, is based on who we are. If you are a hard core Prepper, you may have a Bunker Pantry loaded with foods that allow for long term survival without bringing in additional supplies: lots of dried foods and MREs. The one we see the most on Coupon Clipping shows is a Budget Pantry generated primarily on-sale or couponed items, and includes a lot of personal hygiene products and processed foods. Here at Back40, we are working to have a primarily Agrarian Pantry, which means we grow as much of our own foods as we can, and stockpile things we can’t. In her article “12 Strategies to Build the Ultimate Pantry”, Prepper Mom Daisy Luther describes these three basic types of food stockpiles in great detail, and goes over the benefits …and the negatives…. of each. Then she gives fantastic tips that combine all of the ideologies to create the Ultimate Pantry.

Because don’t we all want “the ULTIMATE Pantry”? Read more about that. Plus a sample of the guide below.

In every relationship there comes a time when you have to sit down and take a serious look at the future.  Where do you want to go?  Are your goals compatible?  Are things working as they stand right now or do some changes need to be made?

Your pantry is no different.  People create food storage stockpiles for many different reasons, and because of this, there is no “one-size-fits-all” formula for doing so. You must figure out what your goals are and develop a road map towards achieving them.

 

Prepper Pantry Preparedness

Give us your thoughts on what the pantry in your home should look like in order to be prepared to secure your family in case of disaster? What do you do as a prepper.

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