Stocking Your Pantry
Pantry stocking reflects eating patterns of the household. An important benefit of having your pantry inventory reflect your eating habits is that everything gets periodically rotated. In this case nothing gets so old as to lose its nutritional value.
Stocking Your Pantry With Food
Things to consider for your pantry stoking are:
- beans (dried and canned),
- sugar (including molasses and honey),
- tomato paste,
- soups (a big variety),
- flavourings and spices (to keep things from getting monotonous),
- canned fruit and vegetables (homegrown and store bought),
- meats (canned fish, home canned chicken, etc.),
- dried vegetables (home-dried or purchased from a camping supply store),
- nuts and dried fruit,
- oil and vinegar.
Stocking Your Pantry With Drinks
Drinks to consider for your pantry stoking are:
- tomato juice,
- fruit juices,
- milk (canned and powdered),
- potable water in sealed cans (changed frequently to keep it fresh).
Stocking Your Pantry For Emergency
Dedicate one shelf of your pantry to basic medical supplies:
- hydrogen peroxide,
- include a variety of vitamins.
Stocking Your Pantry With Pet Food
Don't forget to keep a supply of pet food in your pantry stoking.If you could not find the information you are after on this web site - let us know! Our experts would be glad to help you.