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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Food Storage - Weekly Accumulation Schedule

I do believe this was referenced to during the evening session of Stake Conference a few weeks ago... Thank you to Rebecca for emailing this to me!

This is a suggested schedule for accumulating a basic food storage. Just some ideas – make it fit your family. If one of the items is on sale one week, or you have a coupon to help cut your cost, obviously you would purchase the necessary amount at that time rather than on the “scheduled week.” Purchase the items listed per member of your family. Example: 3 cans of corn X 4 family members = 12 cans of corn. If your family does not eat a certain product then substitute for one that they will eat. Some of the items do not have amounts so buy what you can. If you continue with this each year and rotate items – you will accumulate a nice storage.

  • Week 1- 5lbs sugar and 1 box powdered sugar
  • Week 2- 5 lbs flour and 1 jar yeast
  • Week 3- 2 lbs brown sugar and 2 lbs salt
  • Week 4- Baking powder, Baking soda and 1 box foil

  • Week 1- 3 cans corn and 3 boxes Jell-O
  • Week 2- 3 cans peas and 3 boxes pudding
  • Week 3- 3 cans string beans and a jar of pickles
  • Week 4- 3 cans tomatoes and 3 spaghetti seasoning packets

  • Week 1- 4 cans cream of chicken soup, 1 lg jar of salad dressing
  • Week 2- 4 cans chicken noodle soup and 1 jar of chicken stock
  • Week 3- 4 cans cream of mushroom soup, 4 can refried beans
  • Week 4- 3 cans vegetable soup and 2 jars salsa

  • Week 1- 3 cans favorite soup and 1 box saran wrap
  • Week 2- 2 lbs. macaroni and 2 lbs. spaghetti
  • Week 3- 2 lbs. rice and 2 cans of yams or pumpkin
  • Week 4- 1 lg jar peanut butter and 1 box Ziploc bags

  • Week 1 -1 lg box instant mashed potatoes & 1 cake mix w/frosting
  • Week 2 - 19 oz box of oatmeal and 1 jar mustard
  • Week 3- 1 lg bottle of honey and 1 jar of syrup
  • Week 4- 4 cans tuna and 1 jar mayonnaise

  • Week 1-1 lg jar of favorite jam & 1 brownie mix
  • Week 2-2 cans favorite canned meat & 1 bottle of ketchup
  • Week 3-1 lg can of chicken in broth & 2 cans pork & beans
  • Week 4-2 cans beef stew or chili & 2 cans of kidney beans

  • Week 1 -3 jars of applesauce and 3 cans of peaches
  • Week 2-1 lg bottle of oil and 1 can of shortening
  • Week 3- 3 cans favorite fruit
  • Week 4- 7 gallons of water

  • Week 1-1 lg package of favorite drink
  • Week 2-1 lg box of instant milk
  • Week 3-1 lg jar orange juice mix
  • Week 4-vitamins

  • Week 1-peroxide and alcohol
  • Week 2- first aid cream and cotton balls
  • Week 3-first aid tape and ace bandages
  • Week 4-dish soap

  • Week 1-laundry soap
  • Week 2-2 bars body soap
  • Week 3-bleach and stain remover
  • Week 4- toothpaste, floss and mouthwash

  • Week 1-shampoo, conditioner, hair products
  • Week 2 -sanitary napkins and diapers
  • Week 3-napkins, paper cups, plastic utensils
  • Week 4-paper plates and trash bags

  • Week 1 - toothbrush
  • Week 2-toilet paper & individually packaged handi-wipes
  • Week 3 -batteries and flashlight
  • Week 4-waterproof matches and candles
  • Medications
  • Journal
  • Good First Aid Manual
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Light Bulbs
  • Disposable Razors
  • Band-aids


Kristin Cole said...

Hey! This is Kristin from Boise Deals. I am so happy to have found your blog from Ashley Danes' blog. I love that we can all do a little here and there to help each other save $$. What a fun little community! Maybe we all need to get together and have a pow wow sometime! =) p.s. Love your blog!