It's a large group, which means everyone can get a slice or two per day, along with whatever else I'll be fixing. Stew, soup, etc. I can do flat bread in a pinch. I have pancake mix and oatmeal put back, too. Rice of course. Barley. Beans,beans and more beans. Pasta, red sauce..Stopped putting back quinoa. It does something awful to my digestive system.Hell, I plan on eating more than a loaf of bread. Think about what you eat normally that is made from flour. I'm gonna want to also eat pancakes, biscuits, cake, cookies, etc. That is why my largest store, by far, is wheat berries. But I do like your method of storing flour in quart jars. That means, during a crisis, you have a very healthy inventory of jars for canning later. Doesn't work for me as I'm too lazy to make homemade bread every day. So I have cases of empty jars in storage.
BTW, what are you planting in the fall garden?
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