Monday, March 1, 2010

My Food Storage Orders Are In!!






Like I said earlier, I felt extremely compelled to get my food storage in order. So when our tax return came in, beside car repairs(YIKES) and Braces for our 8 year old (Double YIKES), we bought a ton of food for our year supply. And I am pretty sure that the "ton" part is literal. I'm still slowly building up our beans but pretty much everything else in the basics of food supply is now finally complete. Which is a good thing because I hear the prices of bread are getting close to doubling, in some areas, in less than 6 months. We found the food grade buckets used on craigslist and are in the process of cleaning them all up. I still have to order some new lids and Gamma lids this Thursday and then we can start the big process of packing it all away. I promise that when I finish, I will take pictures but until then here are some pictures of what we are starting with. And a picture of my 50lbs of powdered eggs that came in today as well as my year supply of gelatin from Honeyville Grain. They had the best prices for eggs (which are pretty expensive to begin with) and only $4.95 for shipping! You can never beat that kind of shipping prices!! Plus I signed up for their emails and waited until they sent out a 10% discount via email for my purchase.

Now to start my seeds in a couple of weeks for my big garden! Can't wait to do some canning this fall to complete it all!
Lov
Liv

1 comment:

Ashley said...

Congrats on getting your low shipping costs!!

I'm a recent college graduate trying to save a buck. I was searching for sites that offered deals and coupon savings and came across your blog. I saw that you are always posting ways to save money (whether it be by making homemade cleaners or planting a garden) and thought it would interest you to check out the coupon savings pages on www.deals2buy.com and www.cheapstingybargains.com because they also offer great deals, sometimes daily, for gadgets and other products. Both sites have printable coupons as well as coupon codes for the online shoppers. Stores include Target, Walmart, Home Depot, Sears, HP, Dell and other great brands. Other coupons sites I've found on my quest to save money are www.couponseven.com and www.couponshare.com.

Just thought I'd let you know! Thanks so much for your blog. It's very helpful for a college student trying to save money.
Just one frugal shopper helping out another!