By storing more than just basic cooking items, you will be able to extend the variety of foods available for your family. Consider the basic items we have discussed as long term food storage items. Look at what additional recipes become available as we add these supplemental items.

Food Storage

Billie NIcholson

Item
Wheat
Oats
Rice  
Powdered Milk
Sugar/Honey
Salt
Water
Oil/Shortening
Seeds (Sprouting)
Beans

What can I make with these items?
cooked wheat, cracked wheat, oatmeal, rice, unleavened breads, tortillas, cooked beans, sprouted beans and wheat

If I add these to my storage                                            
Item
Baking powder
Baking soda
Yeast
Dried whole eggs
Vanilla

Now what can I make?
Biscuits, muffins, quick bread, pastries, pancakes, cookies, cupcakes, cornbread, cakes, yeast breads, doughnuts, sweet rolls, rice pudding, cobblers

If I add these to my storage
Bouillon
Canned fruits and vegetables
Dried fruits and vegetables
Canned meats
TVP (textured vegetable protein)
Vinegar

Now what can I make?
Soups, casseroles, baked goods with more variety, salads

If I add these to my storage
Chocolate chips
Nuts
Cocoa
Cornstarch
Peanut Butter

Now what can I make?
Brownies, chocolate cookies and cakes, chocolate pudding, peanut butter cookies, nut breads … many more comfort food recipes.

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