Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Grocery Deals & Grab-n-Go List!

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Would you be ready to evacuate your home in 5 minutes? Herriman residents were asked to do this and we need to take note of what happened and BE PREPARED!!! Today, write a list of the items that you would need to grab-and-go. This is called a grab-and-go list and should be posted in several places in your home. Have a trial run with your family and have your 72-hour kits ready and accessible. Don't procrastinate, do it today!!!

Grocery deals are slim this week. I wanted to mention that if you haven't been shopping for your 3-month supply, you could get many items in one stop and save a lot of money by shopping at Winco. They are located on 7200 S. just west of I-15. I LOVE this store. Many canned and boxed goods are the same price as the case lots sales. Their bulk bin area will save you money on spices, cocoa powder, pastas,etc. Produce is also cheaper in general at Winco. If
you are ever out that way I would stop in and take a look. I will make my shopping list for about a month and then shop at Winco.

The following amounts are what a person or family would need for a year storage. I only show these so you understand what it will take for a family to live off of storage. Work on your 3-month storage until that is complete and then work toward the year long storage.
PP=per person and PF=per fa
mily

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 185LBS EACH PF (fresh, canned, and dehydrated)
MEATS 20LBS PP
(frozen, canned and fresh)
DAIRY 16LB
S PP
GRAINS 30
0LBS PP (this includes pastas, cereals, crackers, rice, oats, wheat and flour)
OILS
& FATS 25LBS PP (salad dressings, peanut butter, shortening, butter, mayonnaise, and oils)
SUG
AR 60LBS PP (honey, white sugar, powdered and brown sugar, molasses, corn syrup, jams & jellies, flavored gelatin, and powdered drink mix)
WATER 14 + GALLONS PP FOR 2 WEEKS

**REMEMBER THAT I ONLY LIST THE DEALS THAT I FEEL ARE THE BEST PRICES.


  • CANTALOUPE .39LB
  • KROGER COTTAGE CHEESE, SOUR CREAM, DIPS .88EA
  • BREYERS ICE CREAM $2.48
  • MICHELINAS ENTREES .88


  • APPLES .89LB
  • CANTALOUPE .33LB
  • YELLOW ONIONS .49LB
  • SIRLOIN PORK CHOPS OR ROAST BONE-IN $1.59LB
  • SHUR SAVING MILK $1.89
  • WF PASTA 22OZ .99
  • WF SALAD DRESSING 16OZ .99
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH MEAT SALE
  • LEAN GROUND BEEF SOLD IN 2LB CHUB $1.79LB
  • OVEN RUMP ROAST BONELESS $1.79LB
  • SANDERSON FARMS WHOLE CHICKEN FRYER .89LB

SEPTEMBER GOALS:

Case Lot Sales: This is the month for case lot sales at most grocery stores. It is a great time to stock up on items that you will use all year long. I love to get broth, cream soups, chicken noodle soup, canned fruit, mandarin oranges, honey, paper towel, toilet paper, etc. Smiths stores start on the 8th and Macey's starts at the end of the month on the 29th.

Fruit: The recommended amount of fruit for a one year storage is 185lbs per person. This is a great month to get canned fruit at the case lot sales. Dehydrating fruit is another way to store fruit. Tell your friends and neighbors that you will take their extra bounty off their hands for them. Then you can dehydrate the fruit and store it is mason jars that are vacuum sealed with a Food Saver. Think of things like raisins, canned mandarin oranges, canned pears & peaches, dried apples, etc.

Non-Food Goal: Sewing Supplies-This month you will need to collect thread, scissors, needles, buttons, zippers and extra fabric. We could see a time when we will be wearing and using our clothing items a lot longer than we are used to. Kids grow fast and knowing how to sew and repair clothing will be a necessity.

Enjoy the Journey!
Enjoy the Blessings!
Feel the Peace!

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