The Pantry Provision E-Course

Pantry Provision e-Course only at Pantry Paratus

Pantry Provision e-Course only at Pantry Paratus

I remember realizing that my family couldn’t make it more than 2 days, tops.  I remember realizing that I needed to apply my strong money and management skills to my pantry.

I mean, I wouldn’t run my bank account to the last dollar.  So why would I run my pantry down to the last meal?  It wasn’t good management, and it really wasn’t safe.

We made a lot of costly errors on our journey to self-sufficiency, and we’ve done a lot of research, spoken to a lot of experts, read a lot of books, and well…we’ve done a lot of things RIGHT, too.

We’re going to break down the process of securing your food sources step-by-step. We’re going to do it together, tailored to meet your needs.

We look forward to hearing your challenges, because we know that together, we’ll be able to devise a tangible, effective plan to reach your pantry provision goals.

You Get 3 Months of Support.


Early registration begins at the end of January.

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Where You Would Like Help:

In the Pantry Provision E-Course, you will receive:

  • Weekly Lessons, worksheets, checklists and even homework!
  • Private how-to videos and webinars (with special guests!)
  • A Private Community of classmates to share our questions & successes
  • Monthly Participation Prizes (in the form of free gifts and gift certificates)
  • Free Shipping on All Orders through the 3 Month Course
  • Private Sales on Food Storage Supplies

 

Each week, we will systematically cover your next step to food storage:
February  March  April
Setting Your Goals & Budget (Estimating Food Storage Needs) Food Economics: Food Waste & Bulk Buys Sprouting
The Local Food System & Securing Local Food Sources Long-term vs. Short Term Storage  Proper Food Storage Practices/Techniques Types of Gardening & Garden Planning
Nutrition: Storing Food to Meet Nutritional Needs, Working with Allergies, & More 5 Enemies of Food Storage Seeds & Seed Saving
Taking Stock: Inventory & Organization Food Storage Methods Explained &Compared Co-ops & Bulk Food Sourcing

You already know that the healthiest people and most secure families have a contingency plan if something goes wrong.  It’s smart to have a backup plan, some emergency items, a first aid kit.  Definitely start there.

What if there is a personal disaster (like an injury or unemployment) that empties the pantry and drains the account?  What if there is a social disaster, like the inability to access your bank account?  And what if, like so many other Americans in the last decade, you experience a natural disaster that contaminates the water, closes the roads, or shuts off the electricity?

We are comfortable now, but we aren’t stupid.  We know that it’s very real that things get hard for many unsuspecting people.

What if I told you that you could take a few purposeful, conscientious actions to move forward in your own preparations to make things as seamless as possible if you personally have to make those kinds of transitions?

We’re going to start in your kitchen, and in your pantry.  We have a step-by-step system for you to move yourself forward towards the self-sufficiency you know you need.  There are all types of checklists and quality manuals out there to help you do that type of thing your own (I know this first hand, my shelves are full of them, and we’ve been selling them at Pantry Paratus for over 5 years now)…but this is where they fail…
The book doesn’t magically grow arms and legs, jump into your kitchen, and make cheese for you.  The checklists don’t actually organize your food storage—they only remind you what you have once YOU have organized your food storage.

It comes down to this…you need some motivation.  You need to learn some new skills that have been intimidating in the past, and you need someone to train you, to encourage you, and to provide community support as you go.

We have a system that will get you where you want to be with food storage, and with learning the skills to provide for yourself if things get hard.  But the system only works when you have the individualized training, encouragement, and community.