Every prepper stores lots of extra food, but only a few of them make meals in a jar. This is a shame because they’re a very easy and convenient way to enjoy delicious meals during a disaster. If you get in the habit of making meals in jars on the weekend, you can rotate through them during the week and save yourself the hassle of cooking everyday.
So what sort of meals can you put in a jar? Almost anything! Jane from Mom With A Prep compiled a list of over 101 meals in a jar and even provides links to recipes and videos.
She writes, “Meals in Jar are a great way to put aside whole meals for your food storage. Through the canning or dry vacuuming process, you can put a meal up to help create long-term food storage. While there are all sorts of fun things you can store in a jar in the fridge or keep on a shelf for a short period of time (like salads in a jar, etc.), I’m going to concentrate mostly on those food storage meals that you can put by for long-term.” Follow the link below to keep reading.