I love seeing so many readers who have ample food storage when they are able. Today’s $20/$20 Challenge submission is one of those pantries. I just think self reliance is so important, and food storage is one big piece of that. Lynne and I see eye to eye on that. Check out her preparedness pantry:
After seeing so MANY cool pantry pictures, I decided to throw mine into the mix as well! Here is a brief tour of our Northern Minnesota Pantry.
This is my upper level, small pantry cupboard, that holds what we need on a daily basis (with my poodle, Shaggy sneaking into the picture as well, I see!) I so love storing dry goods in glass jars!
This picture, and the following 2, are part of our basement storage area. Though I’m not a Mormon, I truly appreciate their Preparedness Principles, and try to have at least 6 months of food down here. I do keep an inventory, that I go thru every 3 months to be sure I’m keeping up.
And finally, our upright freezer. We get our chicken & beef from local farms…seriously the BEST beef I have ever tasted! I did buy bacon from Zaycon about 6 months ago, its good, but I’m hoping to find a farmer who raises feeder pigs, so I can get it local as well.
So there you have it! Hope you enjoyed your visit, and if you ever get to Northern MN, you have a place to stay :-)! Thank you for all your hard work on your blog, it is by far my favorite one to follow!
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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