Food Storage Moms-Emergency Survival Tips

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I want to add all of my Food Storage Moms printables on this post so they are easy to find, hopefully. If you remember one I have forgotten, please let me know. This is 6 years worth of Food Storage Moms printables, not the printable recipes (except my bread recipes).


The very first one I designed with the help of my sister, Carol. I would scribble them onto white sheets of paper and she would “purdy them up.” I am not very techie with making forms, I had to learn to copy and paste six years ago, yep, I own it.

I must confess, I still have my grandkids show me stuff on my iPhone, that’s how I roll. They make it look so easy, right? My very first printable was my emergency binder contents. Here’s the deal, I started out with selling the binders with everything in them. I soon learned it was too expensive for me to continue doing that.

So I charged I about $2.99 for the download. Those that purchased my binder contents provided the funds to help me launch my blog. I didn’t realize it is quite expensive to get started with a blog, but I found out pretty fast. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the support.

Then, I made a decision about my blog, I would not ever sell any products, printables, e-books,  membership fees, or webinars on my website. I do have ads posted that help pays for the expenses of my website.

I’m researching how to do a webinar, so I could teach and have questions and answers open to all my readers for FREE. Remember, I am not a techie at all. I’ll keep you posted on how the webinar plans progress. I’m adding my printables as I remember some or make more.

Printables by Food Storage Moms

Binder Contents by Food Storage Moms

Here’s what my binder looks like, on the outside, it has a zipper to keep all the contents safely secured inside of it.

Food Storage Moms

Here is a link for the inside contents, I have a list of items you may want to purchase at your local store to put in the binder:

FSM FREE Printable Emergency Binder Download  Please be patient for it to load and the PDF document should show up on your computer on the bottom left side of your laptop or computer monitor. Once the document finishes loading it will be ready to click and print. I prefer printing it on cardstock, and it’s actually in color if you want to print with a color printer.

Here is a link on how to put together my Food Storage Moms Emergency Binder: Binder Compilation Instructions

Food Storage Moms No-Fail Bread Recipes

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I know people sell bread making e-books, but here’s the deal, I want to teach people the pioneer skills of making bread. My recipes are no-fail, as long as you have fresh ingredients. Anyone can make bread. I would love to open a bakery and teach people how to make bread, there is nothing quite like the feel of bread dough in your hands and teaching others to make it.

Here’s a link to my tips to make no-fail bread: Back to Basics-Bread Making

Recipes:

Whole Wheat Bread by Linda

White Bread by Linda

Cinnamon Rolls by Linda

Dinner Rolls by Linda

French Bread by Linda

Pressure Cooker Printable by Food Storage Moms

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I love using a pressure cooker, my favorite one is the Fagor Pressure Cooker, I guess because it seems sturdier than the Instant Pot. I have both of them, so I have used both. I took classes from Chef Brad using the Fagor product and I worked at a kitchen store teaching people how to make bread, cinnamon rolls, and so much more. It was a very fun job. They sold only the Fagor, so, after using both I bought all four daughters a Fagor for Christmas one year.

Here is the pressure cooker printable:

Pressure Cooker Temperatures-Vegetables

Pressure Cooker Temperatures-Meat

Pressure Cooker Temperatures-Rice, grains, beans

Dutch Oven Printable by Food Storage Moms

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PRINTABLE Lodge Dutch Oven time and temperature chart I put together after getting permission from the company:

Dutch Oven Chart

Where Do I Start by Food Storage Moms

FSM Meal Planning Schedule

What Do I Have by Food Storage Moms

FSM WhatDoIHave-basic

FSM WhatDoIHave-liquid

FSM WhatDoIHave-dairy

FSM WhatDoIHave-meat

FSM WhatDoIHave-veggie

FSM WhatDoIHave-fruit

FSM WhatDoIHave-grain

72-Hour Kits by Food Storage Moms

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72-Hour Kits-Adult-Kids-Pets-Vehicles-Business Lists

Food Storage Moms Portable Kitchen

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Mobile Portable Kitchen List

Food Storage Moms First Aid Kit

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First aid kit

I will add some more printables as I think of them. I hope this makes it easier for you to find the ones you can use. Thanks again for being prepared for the unexpected. We can do this together. May God bless this world.

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17 thoughts on “Food Storage Moms-Emergency Survival Tips

    • October 4, 2017 at 2:38 pm
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      Hi, Richard, I will add your email, just check to confirm, thank you so much. Linda

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    • October 4, 2017 at 2:40 pm
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      It says you already subscribed, I wonder if it’s going to your spam? Linda

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  • October 4, 2017 at 12:57 pm
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    Are these printables in the book you wrote? I have your book and just wondering if I need to print these as well. Thanks

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    • October 4, 2017 at 2:45 pm
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      Hi Treena, I know my whole wheat bread recipe is in there but not the others. My binder is not in my book, or “Where Do I Start” or “What Do I have” (that I need to add right now because I forgot that one). The Dutch oven chart or pressure cook charts are not in my book either. I will be adding some as I make them or remember that I made them. Thanks so much for purchasing my book, Linda

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    • October 6, 2018 at 8:37 pm
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      Hi Treena!
      I’m so pleased I’m not the only who really makes good use of Linda’s book. One suggestion though?
      Go back to the store and grab a second copy! My first copy is quite sad and bedraggled, loaded with Post-it Notes and layers of highlighter! Granted my second copy is getting a little rough around the edges, but every time I read it I find one more thing I hadn’t noticed the first time!

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      • October 7, 2018 at 6:15 am
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        Hi Cheryl, oh my gosh you are so cute!!! Thank you for your kind words about my book! It’s people like you that keep me going! I thank you from the bottom of my heart!!! Hugs! Linda P.S. Let me know if I need to send you another book!!!

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  • October 5, 2017 at 4:40 pm
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    Thank you Linda for you hard work in putting these list together.  I printed them and will have to start getting things together.  Here comes another storm but hope it misses SE Texas this time.  

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    • October 6, 2017 at 8:03 am
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      Hi, Melba, I am going to add more as I remember the ones I have made. I will also add new ones as I think about them. if we lose power we will need printables. The storms this year are crazy! I hope it misses SE Texas as well. Hugs, Linda

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  • October 22, 2017 at 9:28 pm
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    Do you have recipie for making refried beans with electric pressure cooker ???

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    • October 23, 2017 at 7:29 am
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      Hi Mary, I have a pressure cooker printable sheet for beans on my website, this is what I do. You do not need to soak the beans overnight. I have a Fagor electric pressure cooker. I use one cup dry pinto beans (check for rocks) with 3 cups water, in other words, 1-3 ratio beans/water. I add one onion finely chopped, 3 cloves chopped garlic, one tablespoon cumin, 3 tablespoons cilantro finely chopped. I also use the juice from one lime as well. I set the pressure cooker on high for 50-60 minutes. If the beans are old cook them longer. When you open the pressure cooker if they need more time to cook them, reset the pressure cooker on high for 10-minute increments until they are cooked to your preference. I use a potato masher for mine after cooking them. You can add your own favorite spices to this recipe. I love beans, Linda

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  • April 12, 2018 at 9:28 am
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    What is the black three level thing on wheels and where did you get it?

    thanks,
    k

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  • October 6, 2018 at 7:09 pm
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    You are such a blessing! I printed out your Emergency Info Binder pages that you had a couple of weeks ago. Then took it to Office Depot, bought a ream of cardstock and printed 15 sets. I have been putting together binders as gifts for family and friends.

    I gave a set to our friends; they were so impressed by the amount of information they could now have in one place, in an easy to use format, as well as have important documents organized and ready to take with them at a moments notice! That’s really important as they live very close to the water here in NW Florida.

    ( PS that storm south of the Yucatan Peninsula is forecast to come visit us, not Se Texas next weekend. Pray it just dissipate as our area has had 20-30″ of rain in the last 2 weeks and the ground is just mushy.)

    I haunt thrift stores, yard and estate sales for zippered binders, leftover sheet protectors and any other office supplies that can be used to create the Emergency Info Binders.

    Will be printing out several of your lists here. Hope my husband bought a new ink cartridge!

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    • October 6, 2018 at 7:36 pm
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      Hi BDN, wow, what a great friend you are!! What a blessing you are to them! I just sent you an email, so please check for a message I sent you. Stay safe, and keep prepping! You rock! Linda

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  • October 9, 2018 at 12:02 am
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    Oh, Linda! I have never made a comment before, but I wanted to know more about your book as well as tell you how much I appreciate your gifts of knowledge. I have much food storage including home canned goods, but there is always something new to discover as we prep for the inevitable. Thank you, thank you for encouraging us all to take care of our own families and anyone else who has a need; you are the example of gracious sharing and love of others.

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    • October 9, 2018 at 5:10 am
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      Hi Shirley, oh my goodness, thank you for your kind words! It’s people like you who keep me going. I thank you from the bottom of my heart! Hugs! Linda

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