Rainy Day Foods

Emergency Food Storage Tips & Recipes

  1. Emergency Lockdown Bucket Kit 

    LOCKDOWN BUCKET FLYER The lockdown bucket provides basic toiletry and sanitation essentials meant for use in emergency situations such as a building lockdown. In the event of a lockdown, the tarp could be used underneath the bucket or hung around the bucket to provide privacy. This kit is packaged inside a 5 gallon plastic bucket with a snap-on toilet lid...
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  2. Changes to Our Shipping Policy

    We have made some changes to the way we charge for shipping costs on orders. For orders up to 300 pounds, we have implemented a flat rate shipping cost for every 50 pounds ordered. The rate does vary depending on your location. To find out the flat rate shipping cost for your location, simply add an item that weighs up...
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  3. Redmond Salt

    Redmond Salt Why should you use it? Unrefined sea salt has become increasingly mainstream in the last few years, and its fans rave constantly about it—specifically, about its preferable flavor as well as its health benefits. That may come as a surprise to you, especially if you’re familiar with salt as that thing that you’re supposed to limit in your...
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  4. Dry Molasses

    Have you tried Dried Molasses Dehydrated molasses powder is a versatile product that can be used in cookies, dry rubs, and in barbecue sauces. Molasses powder is great to use without the sticky mess in your recipes. This is a delicious addition to your food storage staples. It is on special this month. Go to Rainydayfoods.com for pricing!
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  5. Shelf Life of Food Storage

    "Are the cans and buckets I have in my food storage supply still good?" This question is one our customer service representatives get asked often. Although many people have heard that food storage will last for 20 years or more, it is not entirely accurate. Some foods will have a longer shelf life than others and there are variables that...
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  6. Breakfast with Banana-Quinoa Waffles

    Nothing is better on a wintry morning than a hot waffle.   Try using your quinoa in this waffle recipe.   Using beaten egg whites make it a light and fluffy waffle!  It will be a family favorite!    Try using our powdered egg whites for a quick fix as well as freeze dried fruits!     Banana-Quinoa Waffle Yield: 10 servings Prep...
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  7. Southwest Quinoa Chili

    Southwest Quinoa Chili This is an amazing simple and delicious chili.   Try using freeze dried corn, peppers and freeze dried turkey from your pantry.  Quinoa is available in can, bucket or bag-get it here.   Natural Quinoa Yield: 8 servings Prep time: 20 minutes Total time: 75 minutes       Ingredients 2 lbs. ground turkey 1 medium onion chopped...
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  8. Utah State Preparedness Expo - recipes

    We had a really great time in Salt Lake at the Utah State Preparedness Expo Saturday, September 12. We met a lot of wonderful people who are trying to get prepared with food storage. As I was giving out different food samples, I had several who asked for the recipes for the chili and fruit cobbler that I had made...
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  9. Whole Wheat Spaghetti

    I have to admit something. I have always been afraid to try whole wheat foods. So when my husband brought home some whole wheat spaghetti from Rainy Day Foods, I was not very interested in cooking it. After a lot of discussion, I finally gave in and let our family try it. First of all, it has a darker color...
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  10. Top 10 items to store (final list)

    water filter system As I promised, I had one more list from the preparedness meeting I attended to share with you. This contains the top 10 other items you should store. Once again I would suggest you look it over and consider what items you need to add to your personal storage program.   1. First aid kit and...
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