Prepper Pantry: Breakfast for a Year for Less Than $20
Don’t let the lack of money be a limiting factor in your ability to build your food storage. This week I went to WinCo and picked up rolled oats and steel cut oats for $14.45 for a 25-pound bag. That is about 5 cents per serving. You can eat a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast every day for an entire year for less than $20.
You may not be a fan of oatmeal for breakfast every day but it is highly nutritious and will keep your tummy full. It also requires very little fuel to cook. Oatmeal is a definite winner for eating on a budget. It is also a fantastic dry good to keep in both your short term and long term food storage.
Learn more about how you can use oats in your every day cooking in our post, Oats – A Must-Have Pantry Staple
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