Breakfast: 1/2 Cup Bakery on Main (or other low sugar) granola with 1 cup almond milk or 1 Protein bar with less than 10 grams of sugar
Lunch 1/2 can of tuna (Albacore if possible)/chicken/salmon on two slices Ezekiel bread with lettuce/tomatoes and 1 tbs. olive oil or avocado or 2 Tbs. almond or nut butter with apple slices sandwich on Ezekiel bread. Piece of fresh fruit on side.
Dinner 1/2 Cup quinoa or brown rice (make in advance) mixed with 1/2 cup organic canned beans, any variety, rinse first, with grilled vegetables such as eggplant, zucchini, onions with olive oil, sea salt, and herbs.
Other Snacks: 1/4 Cup unsalted mixed nuts, low sodium canned goods, plenty of water (one gallon water per person/day), Lara or Kind bars
Shopping List (Quantity may vary depending on size of family/member of household; list is by department)
Dried Goods: • 1 bag Bakery on Main granola (any flavor) • 1 container almond milk (unsweetened, any brand) • 1 can tuna/chicken/salmon (albacore, wild caught tuna if possible) • 1 loaf Ezekiel bread (in frozen section) • 1 sleeve brown rice cakes and/or brown rice crackers as a healthy snack • 1 container natural almond butter • 1 can organic beans (any variety, mixed or kidney are fine) • 1 can Amy's organic soup (any kind, like a chili or something, low sodium if possible) • 1 bag/box quinoa (any variety, red or brown) and/or bag of brown rice • Bag of unsalted mixed nuts • Lara or Kind bars
Condiments: • 1 small container olive oil, sea salt and pepper, small container mayo made with olive oil
Other: • Fridge thermometer • 1 gallon water to show • "Emergence" vitamin packets to boost immunity • Hand sanitizer
Food Safety 101: • Perishable food in fridge (meat, poultry, deli meat, dairy, eggs, leftovers) are safe for 4 hours at 40* F or below for 4 hours or less • Frozen food safe for 24 hrs (1/2 full freezer) and 48 hrs (full freezer) if freezer is not opened (freezer should be at 0* before power is out) • To determine if a food is safe to refreeze, frozen food must be 40* or below, or contain ice crystals • Don't taste food to determine safety. • When in doubt, throw it out. • Keep dishes, pots, pans, and cutting boards sanitary by using boiling water on surfaces or submerging in a solution of 1 tsp. bleach/1 gallon of water
For more information on emergency food safety ideas, click the following link.
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