Food Storage Checklist

Food Storage Checklist - Preppers Survive

 

Food storage is an important part of emergency preparedness.  Below is a list of ideas to help you get started or add your supply.  When developing your food storage goals its important to have a two week meal plan and the recipes for each meal printed out.  Below is a link to a printable version of the information you’ll find on this page. 

 

Food Storage Checklist Printable PDF

Food Storage Guide, Worksheet, Supplies Checklist - Preppers Survive




Grains:
Minimum: 30 lbs of grain per person per month.
Total family members ____x 30 =_____ x by ____ months supply =______lbsFlour
Corn Meal
Rice
Pasta
Popcorn
Pancake Mix
Rolled Oats
Hot Cereal

Beans & Legumes:
Minimum: 10 lbs of beans per person per month.
Total family members ____x 10 =_____ x by ____ months supply =______lbs

Black Beans
Pinto Beans
Kidney Beans
Split Pea
Lentils 

Dairy Products:
Minimum: 2 lbs of dairy per person per month.
Total family members ____x 2 =_____ x by ____ months supply =______lbs

Powdered Milk
Condensed Milk
Cheese
Powder Butter




Meats / Meat Substitutes:
Minimum: 2 lbs of meat per person per month.
Total family members ____x 2 =_____ x by ____ months supply =______lbs

Beef -(canned/freeze dried/frozen)
Chicken

Ham

Powdered Eggs
Tuna

Fats & Oils:
Minimum: 2 lbs of fats & oils per person per month.
Total family members ____x 2 =_____ x by ____ months supply =______lbs

Peanut Butter
Cooking Oil
Butter/Margarine
Mayo/Salad Dressing 

Sugars:
Minimum: 5 lbs of sugars per person per month.
Total family members ____x 5 =_____ x by ____ months supply =______lbs

Granulated Sugar
Brown Sugar
Honey/Molasses
Corn Syrup
Jellies
Fruit –
(canned/freeze dried/frozen)
Fruit Drink Mix 

Vegetables:
Minimum: 5 lbs of veggies per person per month.
Total family members ____x 5 =_____ x by ____ months supply =______lbs

Canned
Freeze Dried
Dehydrated
(potato flakes)

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Welcome to my site! My name is Nettie and I started this blog to provide simple tools to help Preppers.  I am a Girl Scout Prepper. “Be prepared! A Girl Scout is ready to help out wherever she is needed. Willingness to serve is not enough; you must know how to do the job well, even in an emergency" (the motto, in the 1947 Girl Scout Handbook). Being a Prepper has been a blessing to me, my family, and friends on more then one occasion. You'll find these stories throughout this blog.  You will also find prepper supplies checklists, prepper events, cheap food storage ideas, emergency heat sources, survival books recommendations, reviews on power outage lights, printable prepper pdfs, and articles on emergency disaster preparedness.  Click here to read more

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