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52 Weeks for One Year Supply

18 Jul
52 Weeks
One Year supply for two people
Thought some of you may want this.  I have had a few requests for it.  It is also in the Personal Preparedness Portfolio as a part of the Long Term Self Reliance Module.


Week 1

8 cans of your favorite soup

8 rolls of toilet paper

8 cans tomatoes or sauce


Week 2

8 cans of meat (tuna, salmon, chicken, etc.)

25 lbs of sugar or honey

3 boxes of saltine crackers


Week 3

8 lbs of salt

25 lbs of pasta

1 gallon of cooking oil


Week 4

2 months worth of laundry soap

8 cans fruit

extra batteries of all sizes you would need


Week 5

25 lbs of rice or other grains that you eat

8 cans of meat

3 months worth of seasonings and spices


Week 6

8 cans vegetables

Fruit drink to make 30 quarts

Beef, chicken, or other bouillon for 3 months


Week 7

25 lbs flour

8 rolls of toilet paper

any special diet foods you need – 3 months worth


Week 8

8 cans soup

dish soap for 3 months

comfort foods for 3 months – chocolate chips, etc


Week 9

25 lbs pasta

8 cans meat

8 cans tomatoes or sauce


Week 10

30 lbs beans / legumes

8 rolls toilet paper

3 months worth of seasonings


Week 11

20 lbs rolled oats

2 months of laundry soap

water purification tablets


Week 12

3 months of dish soap

fruit drink mix for 30 quarts

bandaids and bandages of all sizes and other first aid supplies


Week 13

6 months worth of vitamins

25 lbs sugar

2 gallons bleach


Week 14

shampoo and conditioner for 6 months

8 cans of meat

3 months of special dietary foods you might need


Week 15

25 lbs grains / flour

8 rolls toilet paper

fire extinguisher for home


Week 16

25 lbs rice

10 lbs powdered milk

1 gallon vinegar


Week 17

25 lbs pasta

8 cans tomatoes or sauce

1 lb each baking soda, baking powder, yeast


Week 18

2 months laundry soap

8 cans vegetables

3 months comfort foods


Week 19

8 rolls toilet paper

8 cans fruit

batteries in multiple sizes

Week 20

25 lbs flour / grains

8 cans soup

duct tape and rope of various sizes


Week 21

8 cans fruit

8 rolls toilet paper

3 months seasonings

work gloves for all members of family


Week 22

2 months laundry soap

25 lbs rolled oats

1 gallon vinegar


Week 23

30 lbs beans / legumes

5 jars peanut butter

3 months comfort foods


Week 24

20 lbs pasta

2 gallons oil or shortening

rubber gloves, garbage bags, paper towels for six months


Week 25

8 rolls toilet paper

8 cans meat

bouillon cubes / powder for 6 months


Week 26

25 lbs grains / flour

1 gallon vinegar

water purification tablets


Week 27

16 cans tomato sauce

8 rolls toilet paper

3 months of special dietary foods


Week 28

2 months laundry soap

8 lbs salt

2 gallons bleach





Week 29

3 months dish soap

25 lbs flour / grains

hand sanitizer, soap

survival knife or multi-tool


Week 30

8 cans vegetables

6 jars jam

emergency light sticks, matches, candles


Week 31

6 jars jam

16 cans / jars tomato sauce

tylenol, aspirin, other pain meds – 6 months worth


Week 32

8 cans fruit

25 lbs sugar

case to store and organize first aid supplies


Week 33

8 cans vegetables

30 lbs rice

laytex gloves, ipecac, antacids, disposable wipes

first aid book


Week 34

8 cans fruit

25 lbs flour / grains

3 months comfort foods


Week 35

8 cans tomatoes or sauce

30 lbs beans / legumes

1 gallon vinegar


Week 36

8 cans soup

25 lbs rolled oats

kleenex, bandaids, paper towels for six months


Week 37

8 cans meat

8 rolls toilet paper

bouillon cubes / powder for 3 months




Week 38

2 months laundry soap

fruit drink mix to make 30 quarts

3 months special dietary needs


Week 39

25 lbs grains / flour

8 cans fruit

batteries of all sizes


Week 40

8 cans soup

30 lbs beans / legumes

bandages and allergy medications, n95 masks


Week 41

25 lbs pasta

8 rolls toilet paper

cold and flu meds


Week 42

8 cans vegetables4

25 lbs sugar or honey

extra toothbrushes, paste, floss, for 1 year


Week 43

30 lbs rice

3 months dish soap

6 months cleaning supplies


Week 44

25 lbs flour / grains

8 cans meat

Miscellaneous toiletries for 6 months


Week 45

20 lbs pasta

8 rolls toilet paper

3 months comfort foods


Week 46

8 cans soup

10 lbs powdered milk

1 gallon vinegar


Week 47

8 rolls toilet paper

2 gallons oil

3 months seasonings

Week 48

20 lbs pasta

8 cans fruit

2 gallons bleach or bleach wipes


Week 49

6 months vitamins

fruit drink mix for 30 quarts

5 jars peanut butter


Week 50

25 lbs grains / flour

8 rolls toilet paper

8 cans tomatoes or sauce


Week 51

8 cans vegetables

8 cans soup

extra toiletries & sanitation supplies for 6 months


Week 52

25 lbs rolled oats

1 lb each baking powder, soda, yeast

5 jars peanut butter



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9 responses to “52 Weeks for One Year Supply

  1. Anonymous

    July 19, 2013 at 3:13 am

    Heya i'm for the first time here. I found this board and I find It really useful & it helped me out much. I hope to give something back and aid others like you aided me.Also visit my site: http://u-hoops.com

     
  2. Laurie Nguyen

    April 20, 2014 at 4:34 am

    Reblogged this on My Foray Into Food Storage and commented:
    Great plan to build a year supply of food. I’ve shared two other plans before, and they are great, but it’s nice to have another option. If you’d like to see the two previous 52 week food storage plans, they are here and here.

     
    • Davilyn

      April 20, 2014 at 1:51 pm

      Great Laurie I will check them out. Perfect timing since I am just starting it all over once again for our church group.

       
  3. thoughtfullyprepping

    April 20, 2014 at 7:09 am

    Good list, well thought out, Respect. Yet dangerous.
    What if you get flooded, burnt out, robbed, or whatever.
    Perhaps even raided by some paranoid government who have classified you as a domestic terrorist,
    Stockpiling is a great idea for what is coming except:-
    All those goodies in one place, ripe for the taking, easy to destroy.

     
    • Davilyn

      April 20, 2014 at 1:54 pm

      I guess we each have to think through our circumstances and do the best with what we have to prepare with. Good thoughts.

       
  4. ebonierika

    April 20, 2014 at 9:18 am

    Reblogged this on Blogging While Growing and commented:
    Good Stuff

     
  5. Grace McCarter

    April 20, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    This was really neat! It shouldn’t be too hard to veganize this either(like the powdered milks and such, easy enough to buy small tetrapacks of soy milk, OR dried almonds and enough water and such to make nut-milks out of. So yeah, easy enough for substitutions.
    I have only one tiny request. I had to zoom in SUPER far to make your page readable on my huge laptop, and I’m a 21 year old with rather spry eyes; it makes me wonder if others have that problem with your site too. I would make the font much bigger if I was you. 🙂

     
    • Davilyn

      April 20, 2014 at 1:48 pm

      Thanks for the feedback. I think the problem is that I imported a lot of this from my previous blog on blogger and I haven’t checked each article ti see how it imported. I will do that and make sure they are okay. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

       

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