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  • Mary (Twinkle) Brady

    52 Jar method - pdf of shopping list needs, recipe cards, tutorial. 7 meals, one for each night of the week, for one years worth of emergency food storage (These are Chef Tess, but don't require the vacuum sealer: Shelf life is 1-3 years)

  • Amy Stewart

    Chef Tess' Sweet Potato and Corn Skillet Frittata (in a jar) Keeps 8 to 10 years in the jar. This website has a bunch of recipes for putting together your own meals in jars that you just add water to for food storage. Called the 52 jar method. Has a whole cook book coming out. Kinda like doing your own versions of all those "Gourmet food storage" items.

  • Connie Larson

    Food Storage and Prep: 52 Jar Meals

  • Alicia Pearson

    Chef Tess Bakeresse: Southwest Sweet Potato and corn Fritatta and Southwestern Corn Chowder {Meals in a Jar}

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