Food Storage 101 for Moms

18 Aug

hello-kitty-canned-ramenWe all need to take stock of what’s in our pantry. Common sense dictates that the best way to save in a time of recession is to buy only what we need and to use them. But what if some items, like staples or canned goods, go on sale? Do we simply buy as much as we can, without thought to how long they’ll keep? This is a no-nonsense guide to  helping consumers plan their food purchases wisely.

Click on the link below to read the article.

If you can, print the guide, laminate it, and post it in your refrigerator door. I’m sure it’ll save you the headache of deciding which products to toss or to keep when you do our pantry inventory. Just remember to note the manufacturing date of your items. 

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One Response to “Food Storage 101 for Moms”

  1. SHEN August 22, 2009 at 1:32 am #

    of course, i remember you, ate J! 🙂 your blog is a fun read too! and this post is really helpful especially for noobie like me in living without a parent. 🙂 ehehe.. i guess i gotta keep the ketchup in the fridge. 🙂 i hope to see you again in future events or for coffee. 🙂

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