This may shock you, but eating healthier is as easy as a few simple food storage diet swaps.
Food Storage Isn’t Just For When The World Ends!
You see, food storage is awesome for a myriad of other reasons than just when the world ends (although it will definitely come in handy then as well!). A diet rich in food storage staples like whole grains and beans offers multiple health benefits. Benefits such as:
- lower cholesterol
- happy and healthy digestive tracks
- healthier teeth
- lose weight because you feel fuller faster and longer (which did we mention will also save you money?)
- they can also reduce your risk of heart attack and certain cancers
It’s easy to blog about this, but we want you to do it.
To make this the year you start reaping all of the benefits food storage has to offer. So to give your New Years resolution a kick start, check out these 3 Super Simple Food Storage Diet Hacks that Will Change Your Life.
You’ll find the swaps are simple, easy and so delicious you’re family won’t know anything has changed. (After all, that is the best kind of diet, isn’t it?) You’ll learn the art of making delicious greek yogurt in a slow cooker from your powdered milk, how to use lentils as a ground beef substitute and how to use beans for butter in your family’s favorite baked goods to pump up the fiber and cut the fat…
Low-fat Brownie Cookie Bites, anyone?
Go ahead and watch our video below, you’ll be happy you did…
Awesome, right? Cooking healthier with food storage is EASY but to make it even easier we made you a printable hand out with our best recipes and tips and tricks for using your food storage in your own recipes to pump up the nutrition. Click HERE to download the handout or on the picture below.
BONUS FOOD STORAGE VIDEOS:
Get a more in-depth look at yogurt making with these videos Crystal made for her old blog (Everyday Food Storage). Not only does it taste great as yogurt but you can also make yogurt cheese (a cream cheese substitute…no joke, you can make CHEESECAKE with it) or simply use it as a sour cream substitute which will taste a lot better than the powdered sour cream that resembles more of a thick glue than sour cream when mixed up and pack your baked potato with a protein boost:
Introduction to making yogurt at home:
Making slow-cooker yogurt:
Making greek yogurt and yogurt “cream cheese”:
Making low-fat cheesecake with yogurt cream cheese:
Amazing right? Learning how to use your food storage in every day ways and in your own recipes is the BEST and it is also the best and cheapest way to get prepared and use what you have stored. If you ever have any questions, leave a comment below or contact us directly at storethisnotthat (at) gmail (dot) com.
Become a Savvy Food Storage Shopper
You’re a savvy shopper when it comes to everything else you buy, so why not be a savvy shopper when it comes to food storage as well? Look—we get it, the world of food storage can be a confusing place not many people want to visit, but we’re changing all of that with our food storage best-seller book Store This, Not That! The ultimate food storage guide. Think of it as the Cliff notes for food storage. You know, just go straight to what works, and forget everything else. We’ll help you quickly decipher what you should and should not be storing, share with you space saving tricks and insider information to save you $1,000s of dollars when buying your food storage, and in the end, how to make something your family would actually eat! Grab your copy today at Amazon.com or Deseret Book.