Prepping – Prepper Pantry – Kitchen Tips
Prepping: In this video I show some tips and tricks that I use in my kitchen. You can use this on your pantry door has well. I like to use what I have. There is no need to spend a bunch of money if you don’t have to. Lets face it everything has gotten so high. I will try to save money when I can and share it with everyone. This video will save you some money on your power bill. Every little bit counts.
In a prior Prepping video I showed how a Prepping Food Shelf can store over 50 cans of food. If you are just getting started, and buy 1 extra can of food each week, in 1-year you will have 52 cans in your kitchen storage. If you prep an extra 2 cans of food each week, you will have 104 cans in 1-year of additional food storage. You can prep for a food shortage, to start building your pantry or just to stock up. Even on lower income levels, 1 or 2 extra cans a week is manageable. Although all of the prices for groceries have skyrocketed, I think buying at least one extra can of food each week is still possible. Please keep prepping your pantry because the cost of food is getting higher every month.
Prepping videos that I have made in the past I show you how I buy food I like to build up my preps. Prepping for beginners: I recommend you make a list of everything you buy if you are new to this concept. Put a checkmark beside the items you ate. This way you will know what you like and know what to keep buying for your preps. If the food never gets a checkmark, then stop buying it and put your resources to something you will actually like to eat. This also gives others a chance to buy food you did not eat or like.
In this day and age prepping is so important because you really don’t know what the future holds. All you can do is prepare for whatever might happen. Have your pantry ready for anything just in case. Also I want to thank everyone that subscribed to my channel it really means a lot to me! These are uncertain times. But you can be certain to plan, prepare and get stocked on essentials.
Benjamin Franklin is known for saying “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
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