Challenge ~ Week 3

Pantry & Supplies

January 15, 2022 - January 22, 2022

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Where To Store Your Preps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now that you have collected your prep items, let's set up a pantry or supply area.  A pantry is a small room or closet, usually off a kitchen, where food, tableware, linens, and similar items are stored. You can also use a linen or storage closet, garage or basement in a cool dark location away from heat elements.

 

 

 

 

 

SUGGESTED PREP ITEMS

Pantry Shopping List ~ Week 3

Supplies Shopping List ~ Week 3

 

In addition, we recommend that you use the FREE Food Storage Calculator​ from EZ Prepper.  This will help you to determine how much food you will need for your family.

FAMILY PREP

Locate your Fire Extinguishers. If you do not have one in your home, purchase one.

Skill or Drill:

Learn how to use a Fire Extinguisher. If you have the slightest doubt about your ability to fight a fire....EVACUATE IMMEDIATELY!

Video: Fire Extinguisher Training

Savings: 

Save $3 as your budget allows. Save something. Here is a 52 Week Money Challenge Printable Spreadsheet

Journal Links (Go to the Preparedness Journal Tab for more documentation.)

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