Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Food Storage: Why, What, and How?

Posted by Cecile at Wednesday, June 03, 2009
For years leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have counseled members to have a year's supply of food and other essentials, but why? What should we store? How can you afford to? If I do, should I share with others during an emergency? Find the answers to these, and many other questions in the following articles.

Why Food Storage?

Why should we have a food storage? Why should we be prepared for emergencies? Here are a few of the main reasons why we should have a food storage program. Read more... Why Food Storage?"

What to Store in a Food Storage:

If having a food storage is so important what should we store? Read more... What to Store in a Food Storage

How to Afford Food Storage:

When planning a food storage we often ask ourselves, "Where do I get the money for food storage?" But maybe a better question to ask would be, "Can I afford not to have a food storage?" Read more... How to Afford Food Storage

Should I Share my Food Storage?

Sometimes we wonder if we should share our food storage in times of need with those who have not saved. Find out what Latter-day leaders have taught. Read more... Should I Share my Food Storage?

Source: Rachel Woods

7 comments:

Dana Telco said...

Hope the food storage can help many people.

Maus said...

i observed this kind of food storage from my parents in law...since they are kids during the time of war...they are affraid for food shortage..
kya ang basement nila prang grocery na hehe..

Ceres said...

this is really important in case of calamity esp. nowadays. we should preserve our 72 hr. kit in our own home. tnx for sharing this to us. have a great day te ces! ^^

Bogie said...

Hello there my friend. :) Thanks for the visit. I'm just staying at home today gaining some strength.

God bless you!

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A Taste of My Life

Imelda said...

i store a one week consumption of food.hapi saturday sis.

shydub said...

Nice sd na gibuhat inyo community hope it will help a lot of people in need.

amiable amy said...

in the US common kaayo nia...thanks for sharing the info

 

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