Wheat Watchers

Preparedness and Planning Group

  • Get it Together

    Wheat Watchers meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday at 7:00 pm at Kathy's house.

    We've talked the talk, now it's time to walk the walk. I'm letting the blog, newsletter and e-mail do most of the talking and leaving the meetings open for much more DOING!

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A Fresh Start

Posted by imawheatwatcher on December 30, 2008

A new year is coming, a new day to begin gathering your 3-month food supply as directed by the church.  Bishop A. has suggested that we begin even with getting a 1-month supply of food and then, as we are able, we can expand that plan to 2-3 months or more.

What kind of food should you buy for a 1 month supply?  Whatever you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  
What kind of food should you buy for a 3 month supply?  Whatever you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  
Beginning in January, I will be posting suggestions for building a meal plan and menu system using food storage foods (NOT read “wheat, rice and flour”)  I would especially encourage you to attend the Relief Society Enrichment meeting  planned for January 21.  There just might be some good information to give you a jump start in creating a family food supply without breaking the budget (hint, hint.)
It will take a little thought, some time and organization too.  We are pulling together resources from the ward and the Internet to help figure it all out and get prepared for the unexpected.
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