I love Lacy’s $20/$20 Challenge submission. It’s great to see an ex-extreme couponer like myself shift her food priorities. Here is Lacy’s story:
Hi Mavis, I started following your blog about 3 years when the extreme couponing craze was huge. I love that you have evolved into a healthier way of eating, and I have followed you in that journey. In the last 3 years I have started canning produce from both my garden and farmer’s markets.
Here are a few pictures of my pantry and dry food storage. I keep my blue vintage mason jars on the counter in a useful display, along with my kombucha that I ferment. I keep the bigger jars in the cabinet above along with my continuous brew kombucha.
Our chest freezer usually is equipped with deer from my dad and step mom when they have extra available, extra frozen produce, and extra meat when I can get it on sale. I would love to start buying fresh beef but have to figure out how to work it into our budget!
Are you getting your pantries camera ready? You can participate in the $20/$20 Challenge by simply sending in pictures of your pantry. Find out more about the $20/$20 Challenge: Show Your Pantry – Fill a Pantry!
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