The variety is glorious! Travel the world from
pasta bar to
stir fry all the way to
Oatmeal Apple Crisp. Don’t forget,“Store a Variety = Eat a Variety”
Store what you eat and you will naturally Eat &Rotate what you Store!!! As you broaden your palate you can broaden your food storage!
ull of nutrients. There is a wide variety of rice to choose from. The whole grain is most healthy for you. It can beused instead of potatoes or have rice as a side. It is easy to flavor and prepare. You might consider a ricecooker which makes it so easy to prepare!
Side dish, great with beans, soups, stir-fry, fried rice, pudding, Mexican rice, great with any meat, perfect with currydishes, meatballs, etc.
brown, long, short, truly there is a wide variety with brown being the healthier for you.
Be sure to transfer bags to buckets so the bugs stay out, seal for long term storage
Be sure and store a variety of pasta noodles – there is much more than spaghetti and macaroni
! Once youhave pasta stored you need to think about storing pasta sauces or ingredients to make the sauces!
As a main course in pasta dishes and soups
Wide variety of pastas. Spaghetti and Macaroni are also sold in bulk. (Eat wagon wheel pasta on pioneer day, bowtie pasta on father’s day etc.) Whole grain pastas are also sold in stores. Purchase both types and mix whole grain pastawith your regular pasta to beef up the nutrition!
Be sure to Transfer bags to buckets so the bugs stay out of long term storage.
very hearty food. Breakfast will be taken care of if you store enough oatmeal and you may consider addingsome dried fruit. But don’t wait for an emergency, start having oatmeal today!
: Breakfast, dessert (cobblers, cookies, etc.), granola bars, crackers, breads, muffins, filler in meatloaf orcasseroles, thickener for soup/stews
: Quick rolled oats or regular rolled oats. Quick oats cook faster but regular oats retain flavor and nutrition better
: Transfer bags to buckets to keep bugs out of long term storage. While using store in an airtight container
WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT ––––
Very nutritious. Easy to use and store. Be sure you have a wheat grinder! Start grinding; add to any recipe thatcalls for flour! Start with cookies and substitute 1/3 of the white flour for freshly ground wheat flour! Store freshlyground wheat flour in your fridge or freezer to preserve the nutrients up to 6 mon.
Rolls, bread, pancakes, muffins, cookies, snacks, breakfast, sprouts, - anything with flour in it.
Hard or soft, red or white. Hard varieties have higher gluten (protein) and thus are better for making bread to rise.Soft varieties have a little less protein and nutrients, but do better with pastries, pasta and breakfast cereals. Red has atypical wheaty, nutty flavor. White is lighter and fluffier in taste and look.
Be sure to Transfer bags to buckets so the bugs stay out. You can add oxygen absorbers, bay leaves, or dry iceinto your buckets of wheat to keep critters out. (see providentliving.org on how to store in buckets with dry ice)
GROUP 1:GROUP 1:GROUP 1:GROUP 1:
1 Month / Person1 Year/ Person
Amount for1 Year forentireFamily30+ years
16.7 2005 years
Enriched White FLOUR
2.1 2530+ years
2.1 2530 years
5.8 7030+ years
4.2 5030 years
0.7 830 years
PASTA – Spaghetti, macaroni, etc.
whole grains should supply 65% of Grains