To: Utah Girl
Yep, unused Y2K stuff will come in handy. But I'd strongly urge you to check out the foodstuffs in it and make sure they are current. Toilet paper on the other hand can be stored forever. ;-)
GEEEEEEEEE we have used up our Y2K stuff I hate the thought of doing it all over again!
posted on 09/15/2001 7:28:02 PM PDT
Before I started my own food storage, I looked at it as this big pile of food I had to collect and store. It was totally overwhelming. But I just started picking up stuff every time I went to the grocery story. After 15 years of this, I've really learned to use the stuff that I buy and rotate through it. It has become a habit. I know I did a big push in 1999 to be ready for 2000, so I know what you mean though. Now that I have the basics, it's nice to be able to buy a case of that fancy fruit cocktail that has mango and guava in it. I'll look at Costco too see what delicacies they have. Like chocolate (Nutella in the jar is a great item to have around.)
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