Food Storage Blogs and Resources

Over the past few months I’ve been seeking out blogs and websites focused on food storage. I’ve found them to be so helpful as I’ve been making my food storage plans and philosophy. (More on this next week.)

Here’s a list of great sites I’ve come across. If you have a site you love leave the address in the comments and I’ll be sure to check it out.

EDIT: I forgot to add one of my very favorite food storage blogs–Safely Gathered In

Safely Gathered In–recipes, tutorials, tips, other great info about building your food storage and 72-hour kits (read more about them and their weekly posting schedule by clicking HERE)

Prepared LDS Family–all things related to food storage and emergency preparedness, highlights local specials on food to stock up on, etc, etc, etc.

I Dare You To Eat It–Liesa Card wrote the book and now she has a website. She provides recipes her family eats as part of their food storage, as well as tips, and other information (more next week about Liesa and her book)

My Food Storage Deals–will help you build your food storage by telling you where the deals are, also posts recipes and helpful hints

Fun With Food Storage Network: (includes the four blogs below)

(Plan It) Food Storage Made Easy–I love this site because it gives you “baby steps” to building your food storage (where to start first, etc.), product reviews, other pertinent information and tips–written by Jodi and Julie

(Eat It) Everyday Food Storage–I’m new to this site, but it seems like a lot of fun. The author, Crystal, wants people to know that eating your food storage can be tasty!

(Buy It) The Food Storage Shopper–written by Andrea, she teaches you how to budget for your food storage

(Buy It) The Obsessive Shopper–written by Shauntell, she also teaches you where to find the deals and how to save money

Websites with Food Storage Products:

Shelf Reliance
Emergency Essentials
Golden Harvest Food Storage
Mill Harvest
Your Food Storage
Tomorrow’s Harvest
21st Century Food Storage
Walton Feed
Food Storage Depot

Please feel free to share your resources or ask question in the comments.

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5 Comments

  1. For buying food storage, I have enjoyed Alpine Food Storage in Highland, Utah. This is run by Chirine Wadsworth and her family.
    The web site is: http://www.alpinefoodstorage.com/
    Chirine is always very helpful in answering questions via email, etc. and in person too, of course.
    Have you seen the blog “I Dare you To Eat It? type it in as all one word.
    I am going to try your baked beans this weekend. Thanks.

  2. Thanks for the link to Alpine Food Storage. I’m going to check them out.

    Yes–I have heard of I Dare You To Eat It. Next week I’m going to be posting quite a bit about that blog and book. It’s one of my favorites.

    Hope you like the beans!

  3. Hahaha I’m not going to turn down a pavlova. So the answer to your question is a resounding yes- I think I best try it to make sure you are making it right. LOL. There is just a certain texture and flavor about them. Your pavs looked fabulous though and your description sounded spot on!

  4. Glad you found us! Utah Preppers is just what you said, individuals each trying to share our personal experiences on all things preparedness, from food to first aid, camping to games.

    Hope we can help out, and am going through your archives now too :)

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