Food Preparation Day

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A list of tasks that can be completed on one or two Food Preparation Days each month to turn your Food Storage into your convenience foods.

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Food Preparation Day

  1. 1. Turn you Food Storage into your Convenience Foods – Kitchen Tasks<br />Food Preparation Day Tasks: Make a kitchen day once a week to prepare<br />foods ahead of time for convenience<br />Update Bag Meals and Freezer meals for the month<br />Update egg storage<br />Make large batch of bread – slice and freeze for later<br />Yogurt – 1 gallon<br />Granola – prepare and freeze in gallon zip loc bag<br />Make Granola bars for lunches<br />Make homemade tortillas – place in zip loc bag<br />Baked and cubed chicken breasts – 10 meals<br />(for chicken and broccoli casserole, Hawaiian Haystacks, chicken egg-rolls, <br />chicken lasagna) <br />Browned and canned or frozen hamburger (10 pints, meals)<br />(for taco salad, spaghetti, beef stroganoff)<br />Make turkey sausage (2 lbs – divided into ½ lb baggies)<br />(for pizza, breakfast burritos)<br />Sprout and freeze beans to use in salads, cold spreads <br />Pressure can beef, chick, pork, hamburger, bans, sausage <br />Freeze mozzarella cheese (10 jars, 3 pkgs sliced with 8 in each package)<br />Freeze Swiss cheese (2 pkgs sliced with 8 in each package)<br />Freeze cheddar cheese (20 jars)<br />Alfalfa sprouts and Bean Mix sprouts<br />Mix up some home-made Mayonnaise<br />Make up mixes: <br /> white sauce mix<br /> beef gravy mix<br />Waffle mix<br />Hot Roll Mix<br />Muffin Mix<br />Cake Mix<br />Sweet Bread mix<br />Make some homemade cottage cheese<br />Make yogurt snacks in dehydrator<br />Dehydrate fruit and fruit leather<br />Dehydrate vegetables – save as pieces or powdered<br />Create some home-seasoning mixes<br />

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