FREE (awesome) Food Storage How-to Videos

I have worked hard on putting my best food storage recipes into short and entertaining food storage videos! Complete with how-to instructions and helpful hints to make cooking with food storage even EASIER than before!

Organizational Videos

Introduction to Food Storage Videos

Wheat & Grains Videos

Powdered Milk Videos

Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetable Videos

Pressure Cooker 101 Class Videos

Canning and Preserving Videos

  • Join the Canvolution: Watch this Studio 5 segment all about why you should be getting excited for canning season!
  • How to use a Dry Pack Canner: See how easy it is (AND NOT SCARY!) to use a dry pack canner like you would use at an LDS cannery.
  • Freezer Jam: So easy and a great way to ease your way into “canning”

Neighborhood Gift Ideas

I also have handouts to download…make sure you don’t miss them!

 

  • http://wspracklin@hotmail.com Wendy

    This is a wonderful site! I watched the video for your magic mix but it didn’t say the measurements can I get that?

  • Crystal

    2 1/3 C. Powdered Milk
    1 C. All Purpose Flour (Yes, use All Purpose)
    1 C. (2 sticks) Margarine (***HAS TO BE REAL MARGARINE, NOT SPREAD***) or Butter, at room temperature

    Combine dry milk, flour and margarine/butter into a large bowl.

    Mix until it looks like corn meal. (You may want to start off slow and work up to the fastest setting so that it doesn’t blow powder all over)

  • gaby

    hi love your videos. I love to use my food storage .so thank you for the ideas.
    how can I see the older videos?
    thanks!!!

  • Karen Beasley

    I love watching your videos! I’ve always wondered how to make my own sweetened condensed milk – you have alot of great ideas!….thank you!

  • Mary

    Of course, you knew I’d be watching the video! I can definitely say that these brownies are awesome. I couldn’t taste any difference and the texture was perfect. Yay for beans and low-fat!

  • Debbie C.

    Yesterday was the first day I was on your site. I love it. I just made your 30 min breadsticks for dinner…Yummy! I then made the Hot Fudge sauce for our FHE dessert and finally I made your Magic Mix and it’s in the fridge. I am so excited to use your recipes. I love the videos. Thank You for helping me to use my food storage.

  • Lacy Dean

    I just came to your site for the first time and I love it. I have a hard time with food storage and have recently recommitted myself to making it work. I remember this site that I had seen on a friends blog and thought it might further inspire me in my food storage efforts. I was right, it did! I am very excited. I also love all the little tips you give us in your demonstratino videos and that you try to keep these time and kid friendly. Thankyou!

  • Krista

    I just happened onto your site today for the first time and I am so excited! This is exactly what I needed! I’ve been trying to get food storage lately, but I’ve been sort of stumped. (Let’s just say that providentliving.org’s ideas are a little less awe-inspiring!) Thanks again for the great ideas, I’ll be visiting often!

  • Vicki

    The video’s are great! You have some great tips

  • http://shreela.co.cc Shreela

    Hi, my first visit after coming from Food Storage Made Easy’s sidebar. I’ve thought about ordering wheatberries more than a few times, but I kept putting off buying a wheat grinder. Then I watch your movie about blender pancakes, and it got me thinking.

    I wondered if the new’ish way of making bread in 5 minutes a day could be combined with the wheat in a blender trick, since the new way of making bread starts off with a wetter mix than the traditional way? Here’s some links I saved about the no-knead bread:
    http://www.motherearthnews.com/Real-Food/Artisan-Bread-In-Five-Minutes-A-Day.aspx
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMxJgIpe38Q

    Or would the blender trick need too much water to do the 5 minute a day bread?

  • http://smithsbasicessentials.com fauna smith

    I read a post the other day about saving on groceries in a rural location—now I can’t find it—where did it go???

  • annie

    Hi – I just came across your site and I have to tell you that I am truly inspired. You make food storage and cooking food from scratch look so incredibly easy. thank you!!

  • Kaydee

    Where can those size cans be purchased with lids ? I am assuming the cans come full of in item, such as powdered milk,,,,,
    the grocery store prices are out of this pocket book.
    I feed a family of 8,
    thank you for this help
    kaydee

  • Melissa Clark

    Can I use a milk alternative (like Morning Moo) in the same way as the powdered milk? Thanks for this site, I have always tried to do similar things as you and your friends in the Food Storage Network, but now I don’t feel so all alone in my pursuits!

  • ‘Diane Laney

    Has the magic mix been tried with powdered butter? I love the mix and what I can make with it. I’m just wondering if I can substitute the powdered butter in place of real butter.

  • C Parker

    is there any way to make this bread with out the gluten? I’m trying a gluten free diet.

  • minimemama

    The graham cracker video isn’t coming up