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I started to develop interest in building a long-term storaable food pantry in 2008.
Like most families we had a small pantry, some canned foods, couple boxes of pasta, tuna, etc. that was it! I’d say we had 2-3 days of food maximum. We could cobble together something to eat…would taste good…but without trips to the store…we’d be out of food in an emergency.
Being a chef, most of the foods we kept were fresh, semi-luxurious, and highly perishable. We ate meat, vegeatbles salads, lots of gourmet cheese, etc. I was busy filming TV show, Youtube videos and immersed in writing my first cookbook, The Harvest Eating Cookbook, Running Press 2009.
We had virtually nothing stored for emergencies-nothing. I was ignorant to the potential food shortages that could be caused by storms, floods, power outages, economic downturns or worse, collapse.
The fall of 2008 changed everything for me, as I witnessed how fragile our financial system is. This really shocked me. I thought our markets were strong and that our country was economically stable.
I had no idea that in a few days that several of our biggest institutions would require goverment bailouts to keep from crumbling. Some of Wallstreet’s most prestigious names would fall, or come dangerously close.
The potential for economic calamity was the trigger for me. While for others it might be hurricanes, tornados, wild fire or flooding. More recently in 2016 Hurricane Matthew caused store shelves and gas pumps to be empty in parts of Fla, SC, GA and NC. There were fist fights over gas at the filling station we frequented a few years back, and shoving and arguing over bread in the grocery store as was reported in the news and to me personally from friends who live there.
Regardless, we all eventually (hopefully) realize that protecting our family’s ability to stay nourished, no matter what happens, is of paramount importance.
To that end I started to learn about storable foods, homesteading and prepping. WOW what a complicated endevour! Freeze dried, dehydrated, bulk foods, canned foods, MRE’s….LOTS TO LEARN.
I started to build a stock of pLastic buckets, gamma lids oxygen absorbers, mylar bags, vaccum sealers, canning jars etc. UGHHH
I also found many websites, Youtube videos and podcasts where fear mongering and scare tactics were the tools of choice to push stockpiiles of expensive ready-made storable food on their panicked audiences of unprepared folks.
I think there is a place for pre-prepared storable foods including freeze dried and dehydrated ingredients and meals that take only boiled water to prepare.
However I also firmly belive in storing the food comodities; rice, beans, coffee, wheat, corn, oats, sugar, etc. did I mention coffee?? Got to have that !!
These commodity foodstuffs are traded in bulk contracts on commodity exchanges and when they finally make it through the supply chain and into the long-term storage panty, they’re very affordable on a pound by pound basis. Super cheap! They are also very versatile as I will show you…very exciting…!
They do however require repacking..well most do..into buckets, bags, pouches etc. to keep them stable for the long haul. More learning required to properly store them. Don’t worry, in the course we cover that too.
In order to cook commodity foods like rice, beans, wheat, corn, oats taste good, they require cooking knowledge and skill. Bland rice, beans, corn beans etc are miserable….but I fix that in Food Storage Feast.
I recently watched this guy employed by a storable food company make the most horrifc looking spaghetti with vegetables and meat I have ever seen!! Zero culinary skill, zero creativtiy, predictable results. I would not eat crap like that and neither should you or your family.
You see anybody can make a pot of soggy, sticky bland rice that is nearly inedible.
What if that same rice were expertly prepared into something rather gourmet like Confetti Rice with some left over vegetbles or meat, fresh or freeze dried.
What about taking the most basic of storable food, potato flakes and turning them into restaurant-quality salt cod potato cakes w remoluade sauce.
How about taking dried garbonzo beans or chickpeas and making roasted red pepper hummus with crackers or black beans with coconut rice and mango salsa???
This is what FOOD STORAGE FEAST can do for you. I show you how to purchase, store and cook with commodity foods like corn, rice, wheat, beans, oats, freeze dried, dehydrated vegetables, meats, dairy, and so much more.
You will leran how to store what you eat and cook what you store. You don’t have to wait for a disaster to start, you can start today and lower your grocery bill substantially and up the food enjoyment factor 10 fold.
My course contains a wealth of written information such as lists, sources, practical advice, practice projects, etc. When complete Food Storage Feast will contain over 50 never seen before HD video recipes showing in detail how to take these items and craft meals that your family will love and your budget will love too.
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