Food Storage Recipes For Those That Like to Eat!
You are worried...
That Your Family Won't Like It
When you think of food storage you think boring, bland, basic and difficult.
Or, maybe you have a mini panic attack when you think about learning to use things like wheat, beans, rice and freeze dried meat and produce.
That's just not what your family eats and you aren't convinced that food storage can actually taste good and be used in recipes your family already loves
That You May Waste Your Investment...
Food has a shelf life. What if you invest money into food storage, but then never have to use it? It will eventually go bad, and if that happens then you might as well have tossed the money you spent on it into the trash.
So that means you have to use it and rotate through it regularly. But, again....stress. Food storage isn't easy and it doesn't taste good, right?
That Your Family May Get Sick
You've heard that many "food storage" foods such as whole grains, beans, dehydrated and freeze dried foods can cause serious stomach problems if you aren't used to eating them. If do ever need to use your food storage, you don't want it to make your family sick!
So, once again, if you do store extra food, you should be using it regularly. But dinner time is already stressful enough. Can't you just stick to recipes your family already knows and loves?
My Name is Misty Marsh. I'm a Mom, Wife and an Emergency Preparedness Coach.
My family likes to eat. Multiple times a day in fact! I’m guessing that your family might be similar?
When I first started learning about “food storage,” back in 2007 all I knew about were foods like whole grains, beans, powdered milk and the like. I learned to use those things and started storing them (and I still do today), but I worried about the same things you do.
I wasn’t able to make full, well-rounded meals from those basic food storage ingredients.
Eventually, I learned about freeze dried foods and this opened up a whole new world to me.
With freeze dried produce, meat and cheese, I found I could convert nearly any family favorite recipe into one using 100% shelf stable ingredients.
In my Your Shelf Stable Pantry recipe book, I share with you some of my family’s favorite kid friendly “food storage” recipes and provide tips for converting your family’s recipes to high quality shelf stable ingredients as well.
Your Shelf Stable Pantry Recipe Book Includes:
6 Breakfast Recipes
- Egg Muffins
- French Toast
- German Pancakes with fruit sauce
- Homemade Oatmeal Packets (aka Copycat Quaker Medleys)
- Pancakes and fruit sauce
6 Dinner Recipes
- Broccoli Quinoa Bake
- Chicken Alfredo
- Chicken Spaghetti
- Pot Pie
7 Soup Recipes (use for lunch or dinner)
- Asparagus Soup
- Beef and Barley (or quinoa) Soup
- Chicken Noodle Soup
- Enchilada Soup
- Tomato Basil Soup
- Copycat Campbell’s Tomato Soup
8 Bread Recipes
- Copycat Olive Garden Breadsticks
- Garlic Bread
- Indian Flat Bread
- Copycat Lion House Dinner Rolls
- Pie Crust
- Pita Bread
- Homemade Flour Tortillas
4 Side or Salad Recipes
- Chicken Salad
- Mexican Rice
- Refried Beans
- Southwestern Pasta Salad
8 Conversion Charts
Use these charts and tips to convert your own family recipes to shelf stable versions!
- Basic measurements
- Alcohol Substitutions
- Freeze dried meat / cheese
- Freeze dried veggies
- Tomato Powder
Start Making Delicious Meals With Food Storage Today!
This is a paperback version of the Your Shelf Stable Pantry Recipe Book.
It will be shipped within a few days of your purchase.
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