Pantry Cooking will help you create a pantry that will motivate you to compile a practical and convenient menu of meals that will not only save you time and money, but also give you peace of mind!
In addition to great comfort-food recipes for each meal of the day, you'll find great tips on:
Cooking without electricity
Converting fresh ingredients for storage
Dehydrating fruits and vegetables
Creating shopping lists
Where and how to store food items
Sprouting and gardening
And so much more!
You'll also get a 5-week sample menu, plus help on personalizing your own!
What is food storage, and why should every family have a store of food and water in their homes? There are many reasons why it's not just a good idea, but also a modern-day necessity. Author Laura Robins reveals just how easy food storage can be, and how implementing a food storage plan can not only keep you safe in an emergency, but can also help avoid the stress and chore of creating three healthy meals a day for your family. Learn how to create comprehensive menu plans that rotate your food storage, build and keep a 72-hour kit, lessen the stress of everyday cooking, and how to use planned menus.
From natural disasters to technological mishaps to threats of terrorism, we can all be more prepared in our daily lives. Whether it's a power outage or just a hectic weeknight, a few days worth of food storage can be incredibly helpful. Split into sections according to meals, there are easy-to-prepare, nutritious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and more. For those just getting started, there are shopping lists, storage tips, container information, and much more
Save time, money, and stress-store food
Pantry Cooking reveals:
Where to store it all?
The Perpetual Calendar and the 5-Week Storage Menu Water
Whole Wheat, the Cornerstone of Food Storage
Sprouting and Gardening
Alternative Cooking Methods
Why you need a Good 72-Hour Kit and How to Put One Together
The Snack Pack (A Kid-friendly Companion to the 72-Hour Kit)
Plus recipes such as Swedish Pancakes, Chicken & Dumplings, Mushroom Omelets, Egg Foo Yung & Pork Fried Rice with Peas & Carrots, Corned Beef Hash, Clam Chowder, Beef Stroganoff, Peach Crumble, Egg Sandwich, Split Pea Soupwith Spam, Red Chili with Beef Chunks, Greek Chicken & Lemon, Navajo Fry Bread, and more