Food Storage Essentials: Food storage for 1 or 2 people

by | Oct. 05, 2012

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Just because there are one or two of you does not mean it’s wise to skip storing food. A variety of events can make it a challenge to get food. In an emergency, your most reliable source for help is you. Why leave your care entirely to others when a time of difficulty arises?

Some singles have found a great advantage in having a supply of food on hand. Four women share their experiences with food storage in “Being Independent, Being Prepared,” by Lisa Barton ( Ensign, January 2010, pages 62–65).

Shannon Wilson of Texas a single young woman who broke her foot, was very grateful for a supply of food, which allowed her to make fewer trips to the store requiring the help of others during her two-month recovery.

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