Boise, Idaho Food Storage
Food Storage in Boise, Idaho Falls and Rexburg, Idaho
Idaho residents understand the need for keeping a supply of food on hand for emergencies, but, like most people, they sometimes don’t know how to implement a safe, adequate food-storage system. Fortunately, we can help. Families who live in Boise, Rexburg, and Idaho Falls can easily build a food cache capable of feeding their family for days, weeks, or months with little to no guess work.
Food Storage Chef has created an efficient yet savory solution to all of these problems. Just because food storage is often purchased for emergencies doesn’t mean it needs to taste like your average emergency food (I.E.- Camp food, MREs. etc.). In our kitchen we do all that we can to create fresh, nutritional, and great tasting meals. The need for your food storage may come from a natural disaster but it also may come from personal financial hardship. Having great tasting food, on hand for your family, can ease a difficult time in your life and enable you and your family to get back on your feet.
Here are just a few of the benefits of our food-storage for Idaho Residents:
- We can come out to your residence in Boise, Idaho Falls, Rexburg and the surrounding areas.
- Our delicious foods will satisfy even your pickiest eater. Plus, the nutrition and care we pack into every recipe means that you’ll never worry about the quality of the meals you serve your family.
- Our meals have a shelf life of 30 years; you won’t waste any food by maintaining an emergency cache.
- To prepare our meals, simply add water and eat right out of the container.
Preparing for an emergency doesn’t have to be difficult. When you order from Food Storage Chef, you’ll know you’re prepared for anything.
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Additional Food Storage Tips
If you want to stock up on essentials in anticipation of future need, follow these tips:
- Make an accurate estimate as to the amount of food to keep in storage. Too many times families underestimate their food-storage need. While keeping enough food on hand to feed your family for 72-hours is a great place to start, most crises last much longer. It’s not uncommon for families to remain without power and emergency assistance for weeks after a major catastrophe. For this reason, it’s a good idea to keep at least one month’s supply of non-perishable food on hand.
- Don’t forget about shelf life. Canned goods last approximately five years. While five years seems like a long time, those years can fly by, leaving you with a stash of food you can’t use. Always try to invest in an emergency food supply that will last a very long time. Our menu items stay fresh up to 30 years, which makes them a great option.
- The need for adequate, healthy nutrition doesn’t stop when calamity strikes. In fact, it actually increases. Families in Idaho care about what they feed their families. When putting food into storage, ensure that you are storing the healthiest, most nutritious foods possible. Look for wholesome options that include real meat, cheese, and vegetables.
- When selecting menu items to put into storage, consider your family’s tastes and preferences. You might think that your family will eat anything if no other options exist, but they probably won’t. And they don’t have to. You can choose nutritious, filling foods that your family will love. At Food Storage Chef, our chefs create delicious recipes that will delight your family as well as fill their tummies. Be sure to *Order Your Free Sample Here.
Storing an adequate amount of food to feed your family during a natural disaster or rough patch does not have to be difficult. By following these tips, you will ensure that you can feed your family delicious, nutritious foods even during the worst situations.