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I haven’t been grocery shopping this week as I didn’t feel like adding any extra items to our ‘work in progress’ pantry.
Yesterday, seven months after the pantry shelves were installed, I (finally) painted them! I also painted the kitchen, but it’s the shelves I’m most excited for!
Of course to paint them I had to take everything out of the cupboard – its times like this when I’m glad that our stockpile is relatively small!
Pantry Food Inventory + Stockpiling
As you can see from the updated spreadsheet* I’m considering increasing my basics stockpile a little. B is expected to be back living at home in a few weeks and I want to be prepared.
I haven’t really thought about how I’m going to work building our stockpile into our budget yet, so more to come on that soon!
*I spotted a few missed items! Tuna (which I stopped buying because of how expensive it became), sugar, mayo, tortilla chips…..an ongoing list as they’ll probably be more to add.
Question for my lovely readers: Do you store bottled water? I hate buying water in plastic bottles, but being without water for a short while is something that could easily happen. Do you keep any on hand just in case?