Win $20 to use in your Thrive Q!! Today only, tell me (either on the blog or on facebook) ONE meal you could make from what you already have stored in your food storage. It’s that easy. Ready? GO! Read more
Every week for the last 3-4 weeks I’ve thought I’d surely seen the height of the contest. This week, once again, I’ve been truly inspired by the work that’s been done. New ideas for recipes have again popped up, solutions to problem recipes (namely yogurt) have been discovered, new online resources for all of us to look to have been shared — all from the work our stellar participants have dedicated to this contest. Beyond helping those participants themselves, all of this great information will help the rest of us become more prepared to feed our families too. I’m so grateful to be a part of this!!
Probably the coolest part of it, to me, is that we are literally watching what CAN be done in a week’s time in feeding a family using only food storage, once someone puts their mind to it. Apply this to a far off (or not so far off) time, when/if food preparations like this could be all a family has to eat, and it really adds a lot of food for thought. In a week’s time– during a time of hardship — wouldn’t you LOVE eating these foods we’re seeing these gals making?? This type of meal line up can be something your own family has in their emergency plan too… so long as the right ingredients and tools have been stored ahead of time. You’ve watched these ladies from 7 weeks ago until now — they’ve gotten it DOWN and you can too!
You can have an awesome plan, but that’s just it…you have to PLAN to make it happen.
Unfortunately I don’t have the time to post everything that everyone did this week, I wish I could. Everyone who submitted made good progress in their skills this week, I’m very happy with all that you’re doing!! I’ll do my best to recap month #2 next week for the overall, sharing with you links to the recipes from all our participant’s work this month as well as pictured highlights where they’re called for.
This week the top race goes to Paula and Amanda. While their scores aren’t tied, thanks to our sponsor this week, The Prepared Hour, it’s been decided that they’ll both be receiving the same $69 weekly prize from this week. Both of their efforts this week were tremendous. Read more
Week #7 is on it’s way out (results to come on Saturday), but for our upcoming week I decided to change things up, giving our hard working regular participants a “breather” week and opening up prizes (by way of drawing) to anyone who submits just one 100% food storage recipe that they’ve tried out during the week!
Submission terms from the original contest guidelines are all still the same, but this week anyone who submits a recipe will be entered to win! The points earned (capped at 10 points this week for everyone) will go toward your overall score for the bigger prizes at the end but they will not count this week for any of our weekly goodies. All participants, both past and newbies are invited to go easy on yourselves… and win!!
If you get something tried-out and turned in this week, you’re part of our drawings! It’s that simple!
Our prizes include:
#10 can of Honeyville’s awesome Ova Easy Egg Crystals ($37 retail)
H20 ResQ water treatment kit, courtesy of Water Pure Technologies ($35)
#10 can Rainy Day Egg Powder from Preparedness Plus Products, LLC. ($23)
It’s a picnic in the park this week! Join up and WIN!
Week #8 extends from Wed. March 26th – Wed. April 2nd. Visit the contest guide for details on submitting a recipe and if you have any questions, just ask!
This week’s race was a close one! Barbara ended up taking it with Amanda only 8 points behind. We’ll talk about some of the things each of them made this week but first… it’s prize time! Read more
Okay, so I totally posted the wrong weekly prize for week #4 in our round up post Saturday. Seriously, I did! You probably all caught it and were worried about me (“what in the world?”). The worst part is that I didn’t even catch it until Sunday morning. Now, I do have to tell you that this “ah hah” moment also happened to also coincide with the fact that I got more than 4 consecutive hours of sleep (which apparently my brain needs to think straight), so I don’t know, but I may be on to something there. Truly though, I’m so sorry for confusing everyone. The next time it happens I think I should be fired. (Ha!!) Keeping that in mind, please bear with me for a moment while I fix my mistake (you of course already know who won) and then I have just a few Q & A notes of clarification about participating in the contest. Read more
Four weeks and a total of 113 participant recipes later, here we are at our big 4 week check in! I can tell you I’ve loved every minute of seeing what these ladies have done this month, each one of them having already accomplished so much and, lucky me, I get to hear all about it and pass it on to you! It’s been so fun seeing each of them try new things and get so excited about the meals they now can make with their food storage! Read more
What a week! On the one side we’ve had a group of die hard participants ready to climb a proverbial Mt. Everest cooking with food storage and on the other, because of my own overzealousness (who me?) I think I’ve overwhelmed many of you by the way things have been presented. More about that, including some minor rule adjustments I’ve made to make things more fun for everyone here in the post. First though, let’s see what our weekly winner did this this past week!
Nearly doubling her already high score of 47 points from last week, Paula Herron scored an amazing 86 points this week with 12 recipe submissions! Read more
Participants were busy this week, each having increased in points earned from their previous week and going up against new participants who’ve joined in!
Our top finisher set an impressive first week’s earnings making breakfasts, dinners, bread and desserts! Besides the number of recipes she made — eight in all — in nearly everyone she utilized non-electric options, boosting her recipes with additional bonus points and ending with a total of 47 points this week! Read more
I’m SO excited to announce to you that from Febrary 5th until April 30th I’m hosting a fantastic contest I’m calling “The Biggest Prepper Challenge”!! I definitely want YOU to be a part of it! All the details on how to play and the prizes you can earn are contained in this post, so read carefully before you start.
By participating, you’re sure to gain invaluable skills and information for yourself in building your own family’s food storage meal plan while ALSO winning some of my favorite things to help you in expanding that preparedness.
Due to a host of extremely generous vendors, this challenge — and the chance to win some of the best tools and food storage supplies on the market — you have a great opportunity here to create a base of recipes for your own family’s plan while earning prizes. Your success is completely up to you and the work you’re willing to put into it. This is NOT a random selection win giveaway or a joint blog collaboration. It’s exclusive to My Food Storage Cookbook and will be judged entirely by me, your author.
Due to current shipping prices (which are expected to be rising in the near future), this challenge is open only to those living in the US lower 48. I’m sorry if this excludes anyone, I’d really love to offer it to the whole wide world, but it’s the best I could do to be able to offer an amazing contest to the greatest number of people.
So go ahead and watch the video below as I explain my personal “what’s, why’s & how’s” of doing this, read the details here in the post and get ready to join in! I’m sure in the end I’ve probably missed answering some question you might have, so if I did (or if you’re just totally excited and want to tell me about it) leave me a comment and I’ll be sure to get your questions answered.
Who knows, YOU could be our Biggest Food Storage Prepper!!