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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

What's a 1-month Supply of Food?

In last night's "Family Home Storage" class Sister Mary Jane Anderson (District R.S. President, Brookville PA District) shared a good idea for knowing what constitutes a month's supply of food: Make a week's worth of menus, then list the commodities needed to prepare those meals. Multiply times 4 to have a good idea of what a one-month supply of food would be for your family.

1 comment:

  1. Very good and practical idea. I always shopped the sales and made up my weeks menu around them and then I would buy double.
    Sharon Hunt

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