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An example of Inventory sheets that can be used to plan and track your food storage. One list is provided for shelf storage and another list for freezer storage.

An example of Inventory sheets that can be used to plan and track your food storage. One list is provided for shelf storage and another list for freezer storage.

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    Sample Inventory Sheets Sample Inventory Sheets Document Transcript

    • Food Storage Inventory – Shelf storage (cool, dark and dry) Plant Proteins: Item Storage Container size & number Amount (Goal) Canned chili 8 lb 8 – 1 lb cans Canned refried beans 8 lb 6 – 1 lb cans Canned navy beans 6 lb 6 – 1 lb cans or 6 pints Canned red beans 6 lb 6 – 1 lb cans or 6 pints Canned pinto beans 6 lb 6 – 1 lb cans or 6 pints Canned black beans 6 lbs 6 – 1 lb cans or 6 pints Canned garbanzo beans 3 lbs 3 – 1 lb cans or 3 pints Dry red beans 100 lb 2 five gallon buckets Dry navy beans 100 lb 2 five gallon buckets Dry pinto beans 100 lb 2 five gallon buckets Dry black beans 25 lb 1 five gallon bucket Dry garbanzo beans 5 lb 3 quart jars Lentils 50 lb 6 cans from cannery 1 five gallon bucket Wild Rice 10 lb 3 quart jars Quinoa 20 lb 6 - #10 cans Amaranth 6 lb 3 quart jars Buckwheat 2 lb 3 pint jars Peanut Butter – Chunky 10 lb Purchased jars Peanut Butter - Smooth Purchased jars Almond Milk 8 quarts 8 – 1 quart boxes Coconut Milk 8 cans 8 – 12 oz cans Millet 2 lb 2 quart jars Almonds whole 5 lb 3 quart jars Almonds, slivered 4 lb 8 pint jars Cashews 2 lb 2 quart jars Peanuts 5 lb 5 – 1 lb jars Pistachios 5 lb 5 quart jars - unshelled Flax Seed 5 lb Pint jars Chia Seeds 5 lb Pint jars Pumpkin Seeds 3 lb 3 quart jars Sesame Seeds 2 lb Pint jars Sunflower Seeds 5 lb Pint jars Pine Nuts 2 lbs pint jars • Beans canned with oxygen absorbers will not sprout. Prepare these beans by pressure canning in pint jars. Use beans stored in buckets for sprouting. Canned beans should be used in complex CHO meals, Sprouted beans should be used in protein meals
    • Vegetables: Item Storage Amount ( Goal) Container size & number Tomato sauce 48 – 8 oz cans Canned tomatoes 12 – 1 lb cans Stewed Tomatoes (Mexican) 12 - 1 lb cans Dehydrated tomato slices 4 quart jars Dehydrated tomatoes (powdered) Spaghetti sauce 12 quart jars Enchilada sauce 6 – 1 lb cans Salsa 12 pint jars Canned pumpkin 12 – 1 lb cans Canned artichoke hearts 3 – 1 lb cans Canned green chili’s 12 – small cans Canned green beans 12 – 1 lb cans Canned corn 12 - 1 lb cans Dill Pickles 3 pint jars Dehydrated cucumber chips 2 quart jars Alfalfa for sprouting 3 lbs Pro-Vita mix for sprouting 1 lb Barley for sprouting 5 lbs - 1 #10 can Dehydrated peas 1 #10 can Dehydrated corn 3 quart jars Dehydrated carrots (grated) 3 #10 cans Dehydrated carrots (sliced) 3 quart jars Dehydrated celery 1 #10 can Dehydrated summer squash 6 pints each season Dehydrated potatoes (instant Honest Earth – Creamy Mash Potatoes mashed) 15 lbs (3 boxes) Dehydrated potatoes (diced) 3 #10 cans Dehydrated onions 3 #10 cans Dehydrated peppers 1 pint jar for each type of pepper- each season Vegetable broth 4 quart boxes Potatoes 50 lb each season – keep cool and dark Onion 25 lb each season – keep cool and dark Winter squash From garden each season
    • Healthy Oils: Item Storage Amount (Goal) Container size & number Olive Oil 4 – 1 gallon containers Flax Seed Oil Purchase one at a time – store in fridge Grapeseed Oil 4 pints Canola Oil 1 gallon – 4 quart containers Sunflower or Safflower Oil 2 gallons – 8 quart containers Coconut Oil 2 pints Miracle Whip 4 quarts Mayonnaise 2 quarts Italian Salad Dressing 3 purchased containers Ranch Salad Dressing 3 purchased containers Animal Products Item Storage Amount (Goal) Container size & number Powdered Milk 150 lbs. 50 #10 cans Canned Milk 12 – 12 oz cans; 12 – 5 oz cans Powdered buttermilk 6 - 1 lb cans Parmesan cheese 3 – 8 oz containers (vacuum seal in 12 jars (1/2 pints) Romano cheese 3 – 8 oz containers Fresh eggs 6 dozen – store in fridge, coat with shortening Dehydrated eggs 2 five gallon buckets – egg whites Canned chicken 20 pints Canned beef 12 quarts; 12 pints Canned hamburger 6 pints Canned pork 6 pints Canned sausage 6 pints Jerky Recipe from 5 lbs of meat Chicken broth 8 – 1 quart boxes; 12 (12 oz) cans Beef broth 6 – 1 quart boxes
    • Grains Item Storage Amount Container size & number (Goal) White flour 150 lb 6 – 5 gallon buckets Rolled Oats 50 lbs 4 – 5 gallon buckets Quick Oats 50 lbs 4 – 5 gallon buckets Multi-grain mix 6 - #10 cans Jasmine or Basmati Rice 120 lbs 20 - #10 cans Corn meal 6 lbs 2 – #10 cans Spelt 10 lb 5 quart jars Popcorn 100 lb 4 – 5 gallon buckets Macaroni 20 lb 7 – #10 cans Spaghetti 10 lbs 5 #10 cans 12 – 1 lb pkgs Fettuccini 5 lbs 5 – 1 lb pkgs Egg noodles 3 – 1 lb pkgs Penne Pasta 6 packages Rainbow Rotini 10 lbs 5 - #10 cans Ready-to-eat cereal 4 Boxes Life 2 bags honey-nut cheerios 1 box Wheaties 1 box Rice Chex 1 box Rice Krispies Wheat 1800 lb 36 – 50# bags Farina 2 #10 cans Cracked Wheat 50 lbs 2 – 5 gallon buckets Mixes: Hot Roll Mix 3 (1/2 gallon) jars Mixes: Muffin 2 (1/2 gallon) jars Mixes: Sweet Bread 2 (1/2 gallon) jars Mixes: Waffle Mix 2 (1/2 gallon) jars Mixes: Cake Mix 2 (1/2 gallon) jars Mixes: Granola 1 (1/2 gallon) jar plus 1 gallon zip loc bag in freezer
    • Fruits Item Storage Amount (Goal) Container size & number Apple Juice 3 gallons – 6 ½ gallon containers Cherry Juice 3 gallons – 6 ½ gallon containers Pineapple Juice 12 individual serving cans Grape Juice 24 quarts each fall Pineapple tid-bits 12 small cans Applesauce 12 pints each fall Strawberry Jam Raspberry Jam Apricot Jam Peach Jam Grape Jelly 6 purchased containers Dehydrated apricots 2 quart jars Dehydrated banana chips 2 #10 cans Dehydrated raspberries 2 #10 cans Dehydrated blueberries 1 #10 can Dehydrated apples 2 #10 cans; 4 quart jars or apple-cinnamon slices) Dehydrated peaches 1 #10 can Dehydrated strawberries 1 #10 can Dehydrated Cherries 2 quart jars Raisins 4 lbs Dehydrated plums 4 lbs Craisins – Dehydrated cranberries Raspberry Fruit Leather 8 lbs fruit – 2 (1/2 gallon) jars Apple cinnamon Fruit Leather 10 lbs fruit – 2 (1/2 gallon) jars Cherry Fruit Leather 8 lbs fruit - 2 (1/2 gallon) jars Peach-Pear Leather 10 lbs fruit – (2 ½ gallon) jars Apricot-Pineapple Leather 8 lbs fruit ( 2 ½ gallon) jars Apple Pie Filling 6 quarts each fall Cherry Pie Filling 6 quarts each fall Canned peaches 12 quarts each fall Canned pears 12 quarts each fall Canned cherries 12 quarts each fall
    • Baking Needs and Condiments Item Storage Amount (goal) Container size & number Salt 50 lb. 1 - 5 gallon bucket Baking Powder 3 – 10 oz canisters Baking Soda 6 – 1 lb boxes Baking Cocoa 3 – 8 oz containers Corn Starch 3 – 1 lb boxes Cream of Tartar 1 lb Yeast 6 – 1 lb vacuum sealed containers Gluten 3 #10 cans Dough Enhancer 6 – 21 oz cans Better than Bouillon - chicken 6 – 8 oz jars Better than bouillon - beef 6 – 8 oz jars Brown Sauce for Gravy 1 – 8 oz container Sugar 180 lb. 6 – 6 gallon buckets Honey 50 lb. 10 – 5 lb containers Fructose or Xylitol 5 lbs Pure Maple Syrup 2 – 12 oz containers Molasses 2 – 24 oz bottles Brown Sugar 20 lbs.: 5 – 4 lb bags Powdered Sugar 20 lbs. 5 – 4 lb bags Stevia 2 – spice size containers Ketchup 12 – 24 oz bottles mustard 2 – 8 oz bottles Cr.of Chicken soup 12 – 12 oz cans Cr. Of mushroom soup 12 – 12 oz cans Tomato soup 12 – 12 oz cans Chicken noodle soup 12 – 12 oz cans Spaghettio’s 12- 12 oz cans Malted Barley 2 – 1 lb bags Braggs Liquid Aminos 2 – 16 oz bottles Worcestershire sauce 2 – 15 oz bottles Distilled White vinegar 1 gallon Apple Cider Vinegar 1 gallon Balsamic vinegar 16 oz
    • Water/Nutritional Supplements Item Storage Amount Container size & number (Goal) 49 gallons for drinking 13 – 5 gallon boxes Water 49 gallons for cleaning Store additional water in empty canning jars 50 gallon drum Meal Replacement 6 canisters - Lepterra Beverages 2 capsules a day for 90 14 bottles – 120 tablets Multi-Vitamins days Digestive Enzymes (for 12 bottles – 60 tablets canned meals) Acidophilus 2 bottles – 120 capsules Supplement Bag Meals 1. Chicken and Rice 6. Chili Hawaiian Haystacks (3) Red Chili (2) White Chicken Chili (1) 2. Meat and Potato Soup Beef Stew (3) 7. Mexican Soup Enchilada Soup (1) 3. Meat and Potato Dinner Taco Soup (2) Shepherd’s Pie (1) Chicken Gravy over Potatoes (1) 8. Mexican Meat Dishes Beef Gravy over Potatoes (1) Sweet Pork or Beef (1) Taco Salad (2) 4. Poultry and Pasta Chicken Alfredo (2) 9. Italian Soup Turkey Tetrazzini (1) Zuppa Toscanna (2) Minestrone (1) 5. Beans and Rice Santa Fe Rice Pilaf (2) 10. Chinese/Asian Coconut Rice (1) Sweet and Sour Chicken (3)
    • Herbs and Spices for Flavoring Almond flavoring Basil leaves Bay leaves Black Pepper Cayenne Celery Salt Celery Seed Chili Powder Chives Cinnamon Cloves (ground) Coriander seed Cumin Curry powder or seasoning Garlic powder Garlic (minced) Garlic (whole) Ginger Italian Seasoning blend Nutmeg Onion powder Oregano leaves Oregano powder Paprika Red Pepper Rosemary Sage Seasoning Salt Tobasco sauce Thyme Vanilla flavoring Food Storage Inventory – Freezer Storage
    • Plant Proteins Item Storage Amount Container size & number (Goal) Sprouted navy beans 6 – 1 quart bags Sprouted red beans 6 – 1 quart bags Sprouted white beans 6 – 1 quart bags Sprouted black beans 6 – 1 quart bags Vegetables Item Storage Amount (Goal) Container size & number Frozen peas and carrots 7 – 1 lb bags Frozen green beans 3 – 1 lb bags Frozen broccoli 8 – 1 lb bags Frozen corn 9 – 1 lb bags Frozen vegetable medley (California) 6 – 1 lb bags Stir Fry Vegetables 6– 1 lb bags Animal Products Item Storage Amount (Goal) Container size & number Grated cheddar cheese 20 lb - 16 pints Grated mozzarella cheese 10 lb - 8 pints Butter 8 lb Frozen eggs 1 dozen – scrambled and frozen in ice cube trays Ground turkey 2 – 1 lb packages – made into sausage Ground hamburger 15 – 1 lb packages 4 – 1 pint bags – pre-browned Chicken breasts 15 lb 4 – 1 pint bags – precooked and cut Bacon 4 – 1 lb packages Fruits Item Container size & number Frozen OJ concentrate 4 – 12 oz cartons Frozen Raspberry Juice Concentrate 2 – 12 oz cartons Frozen Strawberry Juice Conc. 2 – 12 oz cartons
    • Frozen bananas 12 – 1 pint bags Frozen strawberries 6 – 1 quart bags each season Frozen raspberries 6 – 1 quart bags each season Frozen blueberries 6 – 1 quart bags each season Frozen peaches 6 – 1 quart bags each season Frozen cherries 6 – 1 quart bags each season Freezer raspberry jam 8 jelly jars Freezer strawberry jam 8 jelly jars Other freezer jams 8 jelly jars Freezer Meals update as needed Freezer Meals Amount Chicken Enchiladas 2 Country Chicken Vegetable Casserole 2 Meatballs (triple recipe makes 90 meatballs) 4 quart bags Mexican Meatballs 4 quart bags Meatloaf 2 loaf pans Turn you Food Storage into your Convenience Foods – Kitchen Tasks Food Preparation Day Tasks: Make a kitchen day once a week to prepare foods ahead of time for convenience Update Bag Meals and Freezer meals for the month Update egg storage Make large batch of bread – slice and freeze for later
    • Yogurt – 1 gallon Granola – prepare and freeze in gallon zip loc bag Make Granola bars for lunches Make homemade tortillas – place in zip loc bag Baked and cubed chicken breasts – 10 meals (for chicken and broccoli casserole, Hawaiian Haystacks, chicken egg-rolls, chicken lasagna) Browned and canned or frozen hamburger (10 pints, meals) (for taco salad, spaghetti, beef stroganoff) Make turkey sausage (2 lbs – divided into ½ lb baggies) (for pizza, breakfast burritos) Sprout and freeze beans to use in salads, cold spreads Pressure can beef, chick, pork, hamburger, bans, sausage Freeze mozzarella cheese (10 jars, 3 pkgs sliced with 8 in each package) Freeze Swiss cheese (2 pkgs sliced with 8 in each package) Freeze cheddar cheese (20 jars) Alfalfa sprouts and Bean Mix sprouts Mix up some home-made Mayonnaise Make up mixes: white sauce mix beef gravy mix Waffle mix Hot Roll Mix Muffin Mix Cake Mix Sweet Bread mix Make some homemade cottage cheese Make yogurt snacks in dehydrator Dehydrate fruit and fruit leather Dehydrate vegetables – save as pieces or powdered Create some home-seasoning mixes