How To Keep Track Of Food Storage Lists-Free Printables

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Do you know how to keep track of your food storage inventory? Sometimes it can be overwhelming to keep track of the food we buy, use and rotate. I put some sheets together with the help of my sister, Carol. She is the guru of computer skills. I have these lists in my drop downs on Food Storage Moms home page, but I am going to share them here as well.

I have been wanting to put together some sort of a list of the “Foods”  &  “Liquids” we have, or want, in our Pantry or Food Storage Area. I was getting to the point that I couldn’t tell if I had six #10 cans of  FD Onions or four #10 cans of FD Peaches, etc.  So I scribbled on a piece of paper what I needed, and of course I asked my sister, Carol to help me with this project. I wanted it to be a PDF so our readers could download the forms for FREE and print the ones they are interested in. I had her do some extra blank pages that people could fill in themselves. I had asked a few friends and family what would help them the most, with the names of products or empty columns.  It was a unanimous answer…..just do it with all the foods & liquids listed…..so I did that with the help of my Sister!!!  I hope these forms help you know,  “What Do I Have?  Remember the phrase I suggest….one #10 can at a time……

Food Storage Lists-Printables:

What Do I Have – Liquid

What Do I Have – Meat

What Do I Have – Grain

What Do I Have – Fruit

What Do I Have – Vegetables

What Do I Have – Dairy

What Do I Have – Basics

I hope this list helps you organize your food without having to use a computer……print on card stock or paper and use a pencil or a pen. Here’s to one #10 can at a time. I really hope these food storage lists help everyone get their food storage lists in order.

6 thoughts on “How To Keep Track Of Food Storage Lists-Free Printables

  • March 20, 2014 at 8:22 am
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    Linda, these forms are great, and what I love is that they go so well with the emergency notebook that you put tougher. I have them side-by-side on the shelf so they are at hand at a moment’s notice. AND keeping them in sight, helps me remember to keep track of what I need and what I need to do! Thanks so much for posting these today! Had to pin and VT!
    Deb

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    • March 20, 2014 at 10:12 am
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      Debbie, you are so awesome!! Thanks so much girlfriend! I can’t wait until SNAP!! Hugs! Linda

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  • March 20, 2014 at 12:48 pm
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    Thanks for the freebies!!!

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    • March 20, 2014 at 2:37 pm
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      Hi Rennie, I am so glad you can use them! Linda

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  • March 28, 2014 at 10:49 pm
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    Message*Thanks so much for the forms to help us keep track of our food storage!! I always put things off, so thank you for doing it for me!!! I sure appreciate all of your help, you are awesome!!! I saw in one of the comments that you have an emergency notebook. Is it still available? Also what does SNAP stand for? I’m slow to catch as to what they stand for. LaRene

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    • March 29, 2014 at 8:52 am
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      Larene, thank you so much I am glad you can use them!. SNAP Conference is a conference for bloggers to get together in Salt Lake City, Utah once a year. I have an emergency binder with the contents or you can buy just the contents. I also have a download on my “Home” page for $2.99. You can look under SHOP for the binder or binder contents. Hugs! Linda

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