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This is just a quick video about my ongoing adventure with my family being prepared in the home in case of an emergency. I do go over a couple of times that.

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Living Smart: Ideas to organize your pantry cabinet - Sioux City Journal


The key to a decluttered kitchen starts with pantry organization -- but tackling shelf upon shelf of cans, boxes and bags of food can be daunting. Professional organizer Erin Kelly says her company, Chicago-based Arranged by Erin, frequently gets calls from homeowners looking for help with their out-of-control pantry cabinets. While a home organizer can organize your pantry for you, you can also do it yourself with a few pointers. When it comes to organizing the pantry, grouping similar items together is critical. "The important thing is to zone your pantry," Kelly says. Make one section for pasta, one for canned fruits, one for vegetables, one for spices and so on, Kelly advises. Grouping items by category will help you cut down your cooking time by eliminating the need to hunt through the pantry for a certain item. "The best thing is to pull everything out, wipe (the pantry) down and put it all back by category," Kelly says. If you have a child or relative with allergies or special dietary needs, keep their items on a separate shelf or in a certain "zone. " Kelly also recommends labeling items to help a nanny or babysitter know which items are OK for each child to have. Save money with storage. Creative storage options won't just keep your pantry cabinet neat -- they can also save you money. People wind up buying duplicates of items because they can't see what they've got hiding in the depths of the pantry, Kelly says. "It's tempting to stock up, but I don't need three ketchups in my pantry," Kelly says. Deep pantry shelves can add to the problem, making it difficult to see what's in stock. Retailers like The Container Store and Target sell clear storage containers that are perfect for storing items like spices, packets and pastas, Kelly says. Plastic stair-stepper organizers are good for storing items like canned goods, making it easy to see what's there, she adds. Being able to see what you have will help you re-evaluate the way you shop, saving you time, pantry space and money, Kelly says. Once you can see what you have, you can make a running list of what's in stock and what needs to be added to your weekly shopping list. If your pantry cabinet is just not fulfilling your space needs, it may be time to find a place for your kitchen overflow. Kelly cautions against using a garage or mudroom for extra food storage, since that can attract mice. "I like the idea of shelves or cabinets in the basement area," she says. Kelly recommends basement storage for items that aren't used every day, such as pots, pans and extra canned goods.

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All Things Provident
All Things Provident
ISBN 0983267707,9780983267706
306 pages

Written with the LDS reader in mind, but helpful to anyone who wants to be more prepared as a family, All Things Provident provides inspiring tips and ideas in the areas of food storage, finances, and emergency preparedness. With over 300 recipes and fun, hand-drawn illustrations every reader is sure to find a suggestion that will help them do it all just a little better. Author and mother of five children, Tamara Price, provides a life-time of knowledge and experience in the areas of provident living. She shares tried-and-true ways to simplify the daunting task of storing food for your family. She also shares insights into how to be in control of your finances and what steps to take so your family can be prepared for any emergency. All the recipes are family favorites that can be made...

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Strawberry Vanilla Jam
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So, just like we do every spring, we went out strawberry picking yesterday, and the kids helped me to put up some strawberry jam today, to spread the joy around a bit later in the year. They wanted to try something a little different this year, and when I suggested adding some vanilla to the batch, they jumped at the idea. We put up eight 8 oz. containers with the recipe here, with another container (the one pictured here) left over that we started digging into as soon as it was cool enough to eat. It was mighty tasty on a leftover slice of the lemon pound cake I made to bring to a family cookout today. The recipe follows below the photo details. Nikon D7000 w/Nikkor 18-200mm @ 60mm, 1/250s @ ƒ/11, ISO400. One SB-700 camera right, 24mm zoom, full power, bounced off the ceiling; second SB-700 camera right, 24mm zoom, 1/2 power, shooting through a white umbrella. Post-processing (mostly crop and color) in Aperture. Recipe This is a slight adaptation of my usual recipe (to add...

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