Your 14-Point Food Shopping List For Simple, No-Prepare Meals

 

10 Grocery Store Backpacking Meals�� no dehydration!

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3 Dishes From 1 Ingredient(Easy Chicken Recipes)

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3 Low Carb Lunch Recipes | No Cook + Vegan

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£15 VEGAN WEEKLY BUDGET GROCERY SHOP AT TESCO ��

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7 Must Have in Your Grocery List!

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No Cook Keto Meal Plan 7 Day Free Meal Plan

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How to easily build a 2 week emergency food supply

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3 Dishes From 1 Ingredient(Easy Chicken Recipes)

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How To Cook A Cheap Steak Vs. An Expensive Steak

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3 Low Carb Lunch Recipes | No Cook + Vegan

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7 Must Have in Your Grocery List!

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☀ FRESH NO-COOK SUMMER RECIPES! �� COOK WITH ME �� JEN CHAPIN

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4 Week PANDEMIC QUARANTINE Grocery Haul | HOW TO PLAN and ORGANIZE

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No Cook Keto Meal Plan 7 Day Free Meal Plan

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Aug 4, 2018 These tasty, cheap ingredients make it easy to throw together cold meals on hot days. Print out this convenient grocery list for all of the recipes featured in the january 2013 issue of real simple magazine. Add entire recipes to your grocery list with one click you can add a full recipe to your shopping list. Get easy and free recipes with recipes home free recipes and shopping list directly on your home screen.

10 No-Cook Dinners Under 365 Calories. Eating Psychology; Sports Nutrition. Your 14-Point Grocery Shopping List For Easy, No-Cook Meals. by Christine Byrne August 4, 2018 MyFitnessPal provides powerful tools that make it easier for anyone to live a healthier life by tracking their meals and physical activity. MyFitnessPal is part of.

Grocery Shopping List Template-print this template out and save money and time at the grocery Heb Grocery List | grocery list template HE Butt Grocery on the Forbes America’s Largest Private Companies List Shop Pantry Meals at H-E-B Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Honey Wheat Bread Shop Bread at H-E-B Dole Chopped Pomegranate Salad Kit. Don’t stop with this list of 14 plant-based Weight Watchers recipes for dinner. Follow us on Facebook to join a community of like-minded eaters. Our favorite recipes, workouts, and weight-loss plans will also show up directly in your news. The recipes sourced often make 2-4 servings: Consider this when writing your shopping list.

You will have leftovers. Feed the family or save the leftovers to have in place of a meal on another day. Recipes toward the end of the week factor in leftovers. Day #1 Monday. Breakfast: 1 large Banana.

Explore colateaddict’s board “Oh my food!” on Pinterest. See more ideas about Food, Recipes, Cooking recipes. Feb 2, 2019 Explore Kristen Pollock’s board “fitness pal recipes” on Pinterest. See more ideas about Recipes, Food, Healthy recipes. Typically, summer BBQ meals aren’t the friendliest to your waistline.

However, this guilt-free burger recipe calls for nothing but 100% clean ingredients your body will love. The protein-packed meal tastes lush and flavorful without overdoing it in the calorie department! 11.

Mushroom Steak and Fajita Sandwiches (11 Freestyle SmartPoints). See what Marie Bagnall (mariebag87) has discovered on Pinterest, the world’s biggest collection of ideas.

List of related literature:

We have included this list as a helpful tool for meal planning when you’re using recipes in this book.

“Loving Yourself to Great Health” by Louise Hay, Ahlea Khadro, Heather Dane
from Loving Yourself to Great Health
by Louise Hay, Ahlea Khadro, Heather Dane
Hay House, 2014

My food shopping lists generally fall into four categories: meats, dairy, produce, and pantry.

“Keto Living Day by Day: An Inspirational Guide to the Ketogenic Diet, with 130 Deceptively Simple Recipes” by Kristie Sullivan, Andreas Eenfeldt MD
from Keto Living Day by Day: An Inspirational Guide to the Ketogenic Diet, with 130 Deceptively Simple Recipes
by Kristie Sullivan, Andreas Eenfeldt MD
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

The last article listed items a household must have: one refrigerator for meat and vegetables; an ice chest for butter, milk, and cream; and a pantry for storage of bulk food in bags and barrels, such as cheese, chocolate, coffee, oatmeal, olives, and rice.

“The Improbable First Century of Cosmopolitan Magazine” by James Landers
from The Improbable First Century of Cosmopolitan Magazine
by James Landers
University of Missouri Press, 2010

Don’t feel pressured to buy everything in this list at once; instead use it as a guide that will help you grow your cooking skills.

“One To Five: One Shortcut Recipe Transformed Into Five Easy Dishes” by Scott, Ryan
from One To Five: One Shortcut Recipe Transformed Into Five Easy Dishes
by Scott, Ryan
Oxmoor House, Incorporated, 2016

The shopping lists include everything called for in the recipes, so be sure to check your pantry and refrigerator to see if you already have enough of an item on hand.

“Made Whole: More Than 145 Anti-lnflammatory Keto-Paleo Recipes to Nourish You from the Inside Out” by Cristina Curp
from Made Whole: More Than 145 Anti-lnflammatory Keto-Paleo Recipes to Nourish You from the Inside Out
by Cristina Curp
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

Shopping lists for all the meal plans are on here to here.

“Keto Quick Start: A Beginner's Guide to a Whole-Foods Ketogenic Diet with More Than 100 Recipes” by Diane Sanfilippo
from Keto Quick Start: A Beginner’s Guide to a Whole-Foods Ketogenic Diet with More Than 100 Recipes
by Diane Sanfilippo
Victory Belt Publishing, 2019

Bagels and bread dough; waffles and cookies; fruit and fruit juice; pizza and burritos; vegetables and full dinners; fish, meat, and poultry; ice cream and frozen yogurt—the freezer case is stocked with nearly every kind of convenience food.

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
HMH Books, 2012

Each week I will be providing you shopping lists, which have everything you’ll need to buy for meals that week—I recommend taking a screenshot of the list provided to take with you to the store, or you can go to fit2fat2fit.com\completeketobook to find a free downloadable grocery list to print and check off as you go.

“Complete Keto: A Guide to Transforming Your Body and Your Mind for Life” by Drew Manning
from Complete Keto: A Guide to Transforming Your Body and Your Mind for Life
by Drew Manning
Hay House, 2019

Scan supermarket shelves for other time-saving ingredients: Shredded low-fat cheese, pasta-ready tomato sauces, pre-peeled baby carrots, pre-shredded cabbage for coleslaw, bags of microwave-ready vegetables, even prechopped garlic.

“What to Expect: Eating Well When You're Expecting” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
from What to Expect: Eating Well When You’re Expecting
by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
Simon & Schuster UK, 2010

✣ Shopping Lists—A handy list of everything you need to shop for based on the recipes provided, including the foods you should enjoy and the foods you should stay away from.

“The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First” by Mark Hyman
from The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First
by Mark Hyman
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  • i would love to eat brown rice unfortunately its quite expensive i’d rather buy a variety of vegetables with white rice in order to reach the daily nutritional requirements. Thank you for the info it help me a lot.

  • You are just awesome! I say it all the time! Thank you! Oh by the way, I was looking on amazon for a hardcover cook book but couldn’t find any. Say, that isn’t true?

  • Hello, I’m vegan so these recipes were very helpful.
    Miso is very common ingredient in Japan where I live, so I would like to try them out!
    I have one question. Is it possible to leave out the nutritional yeast for the pesto?
    It’s very uncommon ingredient in Japan and hard to find it.

  • is this a joke 3 days,,im a single w/m i keep 3-4 months supply of food tp an alchol,,i messed up i need to keep 3-4 yrs of these supplies you got kidds $500,000 in dept you f ed up,,,so much $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ your f in stupid..im good till2030,,,an i think that aint enough,,,i thank god the trees are growing leaves so i have something to wipe with,,best of luck ppl,,think ya,ll need a new big screen,,,use the box to wipe…just a friendly word from a wal-mart degenerate

  • I got a misen knife a couple of years ago as a bday gift…it is still my goto. Before that I swore I’d love no other knife…i had a global and had it for at least 10 years. A good knife is so essential to make cooking so do-able and quick.

  • My stash has all The usual suspects. One other thing I really like is the mylar bags of Curry you can find it ethnic grocery stores. Very healthy, wonderful comfort food, and the packages last forever.

  • Everything looks so good in this video. I hate turning the stove top and oven on in the summer. I will definitely check out Misen.

  • @Kurtpapke, thank you for posting this. I’ve been trying to set-up my 3 day pack ahead of time, for spontaneous bush-craft outings. Food was the hardest thing I was having trouble figuring out. So, are you saying, basically any smaller packages of food as opposed to canned goods would work fine for packing?

  • I’m thinking of going vegan but I’m stressed.   If I stop staying “So…” at the start of every sentence no matter what I’ve been asked will I look foolish or unfashionable?   I don’t have a beard either.   I’m really worried I don’t fit in…..

  • Thank you, Joanna. I already know most of what you discuss in most of your vids, however you present them in a very motivating, engaging and easy-to-recall lessons and tips. With that, I am encouraged to continue to better and change my lifestyle. Keep going… May God continue blessing you. Love from Manila!

  • I’m someone with a lot of debt, but I had a tiny lil bit in savings. When I saw that things were heating up in Australia, I shopped a lil extra (specials whilst we still had them) over a 3 week period at the start of March before the pandemic was declared and supermarket shelves went empty. Don’t let the people who were not preparing get you down. Even now there are so many charities and governments trying to help their people. By doing this lil extra work earlier, when I shop now it’s to replace things from my ‘working’ pantry I set up. Hopefully we will all learn to keep one for the next unforeseen crisis.

  • We buy a lot of chicken throughout the year and I’m always looking for new dishes. The Travis house always look like they eat the best dinners too! So I know this video is legit.

  • I’m sorry did u just say u don’t feel that worried! People are dying all over the world including in your own country…Watch the news and don’t just listen to your President Trump listen to Dr. Fauci the scientist!!! We are dealing with a deadly Pandemic!!!

  • I always like to keep plenty of dried fruit stocked. It’s lighter than canned fruit (in case you have to evacuate) you can portion it out a little at a time without a half-eaten can sloshing around, and it’s a quick pick-me-up.
    Regarding gardening, always keep some seeds that you can plant if nothing goes wrong, but can sprout in a hurry if fresh food becomes unavailable. Forget the complicated 1970’s sprouting jars-here’s a simpler way I’ve discovered: after an initial overnight soaking, pour your seeds into the feet of discarded pantyhose and hang them over the sink. Dip them under the faucet (or in a bowl of water if the plumbing fails) 3X a day. You’ll have fresh, vitamin rich salad in a matter of days! Suitable seeds for sprouting include, beans, peas, leafy green vegetables, fennel, anise, radishes and turnips. Some also say carrots, but I find carrot greens unappealing.
    Most women have situations where they have to wear nylons, and the #%$&*!!! things are designed to get runs in them after 1-3 uses to force you to buy more, so they’re a constant supply of wasted plastic in our landfills unless you find other uses for them. Fortunately they have many off-label uses, such as tying up vines, protecting growing squash, polishing wood, filtering solid material out of liquid, etc. Old nylons are for women what duct tape is for men-the applications are endless!

  • Good suggestions. However, my experience is that the one thing you have to watch out for is the very high salt content of some off-the-shelf foods if used for long distance hiking. They may provoke high blood pressure. One idea is to make your own spaghetti sauce with off-the-shelf tubes of tomato paste, garlic, dried onions, olive oil, Parmesan cheese and Italian seasoning. I prefer Rigati spaghetti, which cooks up in just 6 minutes. And you can used the boiling water for the sauce. Trail mates will be jealous. There are lots of good trail recipes that can be made from light weight basic off-the-shelf ingredients.

  • 3.7 liters/day of water for an “Active” male, 2.7 for a female…even less obviously for children…there is water in most foods that is also accounted for in that measure… I’d be surprised if most people drank a gallon of water a day and also ate all the crap they eat, whilst still being active…

  • Validation!!! Started doing this two Yeats ago.
    Keep six months of everything especially beans, rice, progresso soup, canned tuna, fish, nuts, water, juice. Toiletries also. Matches, flashlights and radio with batteries.

  • I am trying to figure out healthy (none dairy, low carb) meals that I can easily prepare in a air fryer toaster oven (that also has a bake option)…any suggestions?

  • It’s getting harder and harder to find toilet paper…I stood in line for an hour at Family Dollar for my sister-in-law she needed it. I tried to get noodles for my boy’s but sadly there was none. It’s crazy but at least everyone was crodial of everyone else, I hear about ppl stealing from other ppl that’s just sad. I’m glad everyone got to get some toilet paper ��

  • This honestly isn’t too much for a big family. She obviously has a little more than maybe needed for week to week becuase in times like this that is safe to have a little extra in case someone in the family gets sick. And means less trips to the store. Stop hating people.

  • Jen I have had my eye on one of these knives for a while, but I wasn’t sure if it was just another Instagram ad!! Now I’m happy I waited so I can use your code!! Can’t wait to get it in the mail!! ������

  • I have one child because..
    There are to many people on this planet! I did my part! So if things get rough there well be a lot of starvation!

  • this is my first summer as a full on vegan, i’ve always loved your channel, it’s great to see some fun summery festive VEGAN salads! woo!

  • Try shallow frying the summer rolls. My mom’s Vietnamese friend made them all the time; she made the rolls thinner, and then fried them in shallow oil until the wrapper got crispy yet slightly sticky. Game changer!

  • It’s my brothers birthday today and I had to use a vegan egg substitute because I went to 5 different stores and none of them had any actual eggs.

  • Here in Europe during the Covid 19 panademic 8weeks since I isolated I am running out of oil and butter. which I think I am doing not to bad. We have companies doing vegetable food deliveries plus supermarkets delivering. I have always made own bread, so have good amount of flour and yeast.

  • @The Family Fudge thank you for the ideas!!!

    @everyone else, kindness & consideration of less fortunate people and of people in general will not take anything away from you. Be grateful for the little or the lot you have going on, we are all living the same event under different conditions. Stay safe…������

  • Is this not irresponsible? Feeling the panic buying issue… some people can not afford to do that and the shops do not have the supply chains to allow everybody to buy this much.

  • Hey don’t blame them. Lots of her stuff she says she already has. So she has been prepped for months or years? (From the cans she has)
    I have been prepped for years… I have enough to last from Winter till my garden grows is my rule of thumb. So am not fighting any crowds to get anything. Hate long lines… so you won’t catch me anywhere there is long line of people.

  • Nice video, but with all due respect, you don’t need all those carbs to backpack. It’s much healthier to eat mostly fats and proteins. Also, fats and oils are more calorie dense, for a lighter pack. It’s well established medical science that eating a diet of refined carbohydrate foods (yes, even for through hikers) is unhealthy. If you’re going to get carbohydrates, they should be in the form of high fibre fruits and vegetables. Dehydrated is fine.

  • Why are people hording water during this crisis, it’s not like a natural disaster where you loose power, you can still get water from the kitchen faucet.

  • These recipes are so amazing and I’ll be making these over the summer. By the way, you had me at NO COOK. I have the Paderno spiralizer and it’s kind of fun to make the curly zoodles but there are many options either to make your own zoodles or buy them pre-zoodled. Fantastic recipes, advice, and video’s.: )

  • Same here soo sad not many people have that much food ur so selfish as I go to store there no food left for people on benefits or have kids at home to feed why go and panic buying at this time we all should be together but it’s unfair to those who don’t have food and kids stop buying people pls stop panicking it’s not fair to others I almost got in tears �� even I personally don’t have this much food my self it’s a shame u people are selfish think about others pls pls it’s not the end off the world �� and hope not to be

  • Thank you so much for all the information. I appreciate how detailed you are in your videos and plan to put this into use when I go to the grocery store tomorrow. I feel like throwing up my fists and shouting “Fighting”! like in my favorite KDramas!  Ha ha! Thank you again.

  • 2 weeks of food stored being better than 95% of population is just pathetic. I tell everyone to store enough food for at least a year. They all blow me off, and they do nothing. I can’t understand why they cannot see how fragile our supply lines are, and I live in a hurricane zone. I also see how helpless they are
    ..they don’t seem to care. So frustrating.

  • i deleted my comment bc i realized you have 4 kids & you’re taking the quarantine seriously. so i’m sorry if you read my previous one. the point is to limit the amount of times we go out. we can’t be going out every week or 2 weeks guys. she’s not hogging 10 packages of toilet paper or wiping out shelves. and it seems like her channel is dedicated to grocery food hauls anyways, so we should think twice before commenting on this woman’s channel ❤ i’ve seen other vids of hoarding, this isn’t it.

  • Snappity. This was great. If there’s a list to post that would be super convenient but, regardless, I’m gong to try some of these. Thanks.

  • Amazing meals!�� We do make are own chicken stock! Looks good Benji! You the man! Judy and the girls are Blessed! Right on man����

  • Guys this is for a whole month so take what a family of 4 would need for a week and times it by 4 it’s going to be a lot of products.

    I went shopping earlier at 6am and medaled planned for 3 weeks and I only bought what was needed/going to use.

    Trying to avoid the store as much as possible. The CDC suggests that you use caution in regards to going to the grocery store.

  • Anyone still can’t get any TP? I’m down to my last paper towel (which I know is terrible for plumbing) it is SO FUCKING ANNOYING. My partner works at a supermarket but WE STILL CANT GET TP.

  • I am trying to figure out healthy (none dairy, low carb) meals that I can easily prepare in a air fryer toaster oven (that also has a bake option)…any suggestions?

  • I’ve been doing some prepping for about six years. I tell my friends and family when they express an interest foodwise, that they need to start with quantity and survival first. By this I mean large quantities of rice, beans, pasta, lentils, etc. For these you need basic seasonings,, also in large containers via HD or Sam’s, etc, After you have enough to survive, you can begin adding luxuries, gourmet items, enhancements, and goodies. On a budget however, survival first and comfort later. Why? Because we don’t know when or if SHT/WROL will hit.

  • Ok, but watching you build these ‘Wal-mart rations’, I noticed that most of your meal assemblies (that are actual meals, not just light-duty snacks) are protein poor and are coming in around $7-$8 each meal…meanwhile, you can get a good date-set box of 12-MREs for around $85 ($7 each meal) that GUARANTEES PLENTY of Protein and Carbs, is a balanced meal nutritionally, and ample calories that in fact, don’t require ANY boiling to eat them. (plus, broken down, 3-days of meals store in one pocket on a backpack). I’m just not seeing the gainer here, except getting your per-meal allotment of MSG from all that Knorr slop…

  • Benji’s voice reminds of the dude who does SHAMWOW. Lol like… he has a really good selling voice. Whatever you’re saying I’ll buy it! ��

  • What is the price for a T-Bone in US and Rib eye?
    Quebec province in Canada a T-Bone is 22$can/pound or 16,50$us/pound and Rib eye 21$can or 15.70us/pound.

  • These recipes are so amazing and I’ll be making these over the summer. By the way, you had me at NO COOK. I have the Paderno spiralizer and it’s kind of fun to make the curly zoodles but there are many options either to make your own zoodles or buy them pre-zoodled. Fantastic recipes, advice, and video’s.: )

  • Was nice to see the knife offer, my husband is always complaining about ours! I ended up with 2, one for us and the other is for my son for Christmas. As always, thanks for the recipe ideas. I think I’ll make the shrimp rolls for lunch, they sell them at our grocery store with the sweet chili sauce. I like to dip mine in that sauce, so yummy

  • That watermelon salsa looks amazing, I’ll def have to try. Thanks for sharing! I’m always looking for tomato alternative dishes since i have a nightshade allergy.

  • I drink water on its own as a ritual =D. man i loves me some water. it is the reason life could exist here. its tastes of nothing, smells of nothing, looks like nothing, but makes up most of our planet. it is sacred stuff =D

  • yes we need a milk.
    thanks for the sharing with us any way my grandparents like to say to all the peoples God bless you all!
    Jesus loves us all! amen!

  • You are seriously brilliant! I’ve been looking for a youtuber that would actually go into a little more details then just “eat healthy” and then nothing more, your videos really help out a lot and easy to understand, i live in Denmark so of course certain things are very hard to get but then there are alternatives. Thank you so much!:D

  • honestly, the gudget you got with you to scan the labels and calculate how much money you spend, is amazing! i would love to have that in greek supermarkets!

  • So I don’t necessarily find chopping vegetables relaxing, but watching you chop them is. It’s my new happy place lol. I want to love cilantro but I find that it tastes soapy to me. Any suggestions for a substitution? I would like to try the watermelon salsa but I’m afraid the cilantro will ruin it for me. Thanks!!

  • Yup, so true. I eat balanced meal, exercise only 10%-mostly walking. Occasionally indulge…very occasionally heh.:) As much as I enjoy salmon and tuna, I stay way away from seafood due to the pollutants and plastics in the fish:(. My proteins include eggs and nuts, sometimes meat.

  • I have always thought a Spring Roll was really an Egg roll but with no meat just veggies. And a bit different wrap. Because most egg rolls have chicken or pork. And the rice paper wraps I just thought or called a sushi type roll with rice paper and not rice. So this is very interesting question. And now I am starving. That pie looks amazing I am going to try it. I am going to try everything actually. Wonderful video.

  • Some foods last longer than date on item… check seals on canned items… date on items r required by fda…. it always says best used by….. doesn’t say it’s time to throw out…. some acidic items shouldn’t be kept long…. but other items should be fine five years later….

  • Hi! Without sounding rude.. Why don’t you use a camera where we can watch in 1080? I LOVE your content, just wish I could watch it clearer on 1080����������

  • Another wonderful video. Thank you so much for all you do. Your videos are so relaxing and I always find something I look forward to making even if I can’t eat it (type 1 diabetic).

  • Hi Jen, I love these recipes. We are going to try them all. This is perfect, I have been looking for no cook recipes with fresh ��������ingredients since we do not have air conditioning, it’s 90+ degrees and too darn hot to cook in the kitchen. The ��strawberry pie looks amazing. I cannot wait to make it. Thanks for sharing ��

  • I avoid soda, but with fruit juice, you can dilute juice with water to cut the sugar and calories. It’s best to get 100% juice or organic.

  • It drives me crazy when I watch u-tubers cutting up veggies using what looks like a skinny steak knife. A good knife is your best friend in the kitchen.

  • Put the cheese in the freezer if your not using it it’ll last longer, in mg house hold we buy one big block and cut it into four keep one in the fridge and the rest in the freezer when the one in the fridge us gone or spoiled the other in the freezer are good to eat.

  • You were close on the difference between spring rolls and summer rolls. Spring rolls are made of flour and water and yes fried and summer rolls are made of rice paper and are not fried.i didn’t actually know that till I googled it. What did we ever do before the internet������

  • That knife does look nice. Wow everything is so eye appealing! I was just trying to think of non cooking dinners just this week too! I’m going to make the horseradish wraps to bring kyaking tomorrow! I’ve never heard of a summer wrap, I’ve just always called them spring rolls.

  • Hey Domestic Geek, Can you do like some more Chinese takeout favorite meals videos? Oh And some more healthy versions of desserts. Thanx��plzzzzzz

  • When using the scanner, you dont have to print off the labels, you can wait until your at the till and then weigh all loose products, I do it all the time

  • This is amazing Benji. Thank you for showing us great tips and brillient recipes. Great video. Sending love from Dublin Ireland to you, Judy and all the girls.������������������

  • I love your recipes, but that lemon juice in pesto gave me hives. Of course I am from Genova so pesto is sacred to me, but if you need tanginess don’t have to use pesto, you can use any kind of sauce you like. Pesto has to have that sweetness that comes from pine nuts.

  • 5:00 just tell my mom to stop bringing those things to home evety time i enter the kitchen i have to see them and prevent my self from eating �� its so hard looking at them without eating��

  • This video was in my recommended and I realised that we go to the same Tesco, which is honestly amazing because we live in such a rural area.

  • Love this!! I get so sick of watching people tell others to cut out carbohydrates or fat out of one’s diet. We need to include all the food groups if we want a well balanced diet. It’s all about moderation especially if you want to have a sustainable weight and live a healthy lifestyle for the rest of your life. Thank you for videos!

  • So good! All the recipes are incredible! Looks so healthy and scrumptious ❤️��
    Will definitely give those a try.
    Thank you so much for sharing dear��

  • I ordered the knife. I’m gonna try it. I’m hoping it is as good as you say because as much as I cook I’ve gone through quite a few over the years. Can’t wait to get it and try it out. Thank you Jen! Watch every video you put out. ����

  • OMG Jen, I will definitely be trying the zucchini corn salad, horseradish beef wraps, and the strawberry pie. And, I ordered the Misen knife…I am so excited to try that knife. I have been looking for a new set of knives because mine are over 10 years old Ginsu knives and need to be replaced. P.S. I am loving all your videos…so glad to see you more often!

  • Yay…I was looking forward to this video…It’s been so hot here in Indiana and I hate heating up the house while cooking. Thanks as always for your awesome videos. I can’t wait to try them.

  • Superstores are a lot cheaper the south Asians ones I tend to buy 5 lemons for a pound and different types of apples have different prices pink ladies for example u seem a bit clueless thank god for the cameraman

  • Good suggestions.
    ����
    Been making my own “MRE’s” for a long time.
    I like to combine a small pouch of chicken with a pouch of cup-o-soup for a nice hot lunch.

  • Love the recipe… just one note. The agave neater is nearly 100 fructose… the bad type of sweetener which can be problematic. Consider monk fruit, it doesn’t spike the insulin.

  • I like this video because it breaks down foods and beverages into categories which makes it easier to buy healthy items and avoid the unhealthy items. However, I did not like the fact the fact exercise accounts for no more than just 20% of weight loss success.

  • CITY PREPPING, If you are really so prepared why the hell haven’t you left the rat hole liberal cities yet? Not to be critical but come on man. These cities will be totally overrun and youd have people trying to break your door down within 24hrs of a real SHTF scenario so stocking up on stuff while living in a city is really pointless, your just stocking up on food for the guy who has evil intentions. It would be smart to buy land far away from the city and work on moving there instead of wasting money on stuff someones just gonna kill you for.

  • oooh! I am always looking for fresh, simple, summer dishes. Might try the first one alongside a cucumber or egg salad sandwich. I always like cooking with the seasons.

  • That is a very useful video! I am a vegan and I live in London on a moderate salary, which is already expensive on its own! I find that some months I have to limit myself to about £15 a week for food if I want to save up for something. Thanks for that, I will defo use some hacks. Just maybe would pass on Harvest Growers milk, this stuff is nasty in coffee!

  • I’ve been using a bench scraper for many years. Way b4 Rachael Ray called it a “food mover”. I use one every time I work in the bakery. Also great for getting frozen dough to come so apart when it’s stuck together. To me it’s a multi-tasker.

    When I went into the ethnic aisle at my job I saw they are selling miso in a pouch. I couldn’t believe it. I’ve never seen it in ShopRite b4.

  • Wound like to see you do the prep for this on the zoodles and squash. I would like to see the peeler you use and how you do it. I’ve tried those spiralizers and they didn’t work well. Looks like you did a decent amount so I’d like to see the process and know about how long this prep takes doing it your way. Thx

  • This gorgeous woman looks so healthy and makes things sound so simple which when you think about food it’s not that difficult by look itself what’s good for you but the real breakdown of it all she makes it sound even easier love watching her great on the eye and also the ears keep up the good work the planet is losing space as we eat more junk and get bigger, SUGAR is a huge factor unless natural ones like with fruit refined is a scary substance when eaten at a huge amount.

  • Planning your meals is so important for me! I love to cook all of my meals and if I go to the store and just buy random things, I might forget a produce item that I really need or I’ll buy something that I have no recipes to eat it with. Another tip is to go through your kitchen BEFORE making a meal plan and see what you already have so that it doesn’t go to waste and you don’t end up buying something again.

  • Honestly watching this as an American I’m shocked at how much more affordable food is in the UK. Even considering dollars are worth less, I’m thinking about some of the staples you grabbed like pasta/rice/etc being almost double or triple that! I mean I though I was doing good get pasta for a 89 cents (70p). Its mind boggling to think about.

  • I went strawberry picking last night and now, fortuitously, you give me a delicious looking strawberry recipe. Will definitely make it this weekend! Thank you ��

  • Only thing I don’t like is protein bars and snacks…. I’m just not a believer! Now a days it seems like it’s a sin to feel hungry, you have to keep eating don’t feel hungry the world says!! Have 6 meals a day don’t feel hungry!! This is what’s making us all fat!!!

  • You don’t need complex carbs. Better to substitute fruit for grains, for the most part, with just a few starches like organic potatoes or organic corn… Apples, oranges and bananas, along with grapes and berries are always high priorities for me…

    Chicken breast isn’t as tasty as chicken thighs… Organic skinless chicken and turkey thighs, organic eggs, wild-caught salmon, cod, mackerel, mahi mahi, etc., always good stuff…

    Veggies are a given.:-) Thumbs up for spices as well. I use a lot of basil, thyme, rosemary, sage, marjoram, savory, paprika, yellow curry powder, turmeric, fenugreek, chicken adobo seasoning, and garlic powder…

    With the “good stuff”, I’m a big fan of dark chocolate and black licorice, along with cookie dough ice cream, well-marbled flank, skirt, tri tip, chuck, or sirloin beef steaks, uncured bacon, corned beef and cabbage, chocolate almond milk, lightly salted peanuts in the shell, walnuts in the shell, hot cocoa with calcium/vitamin D and some decent, good ‘ol fashioned root beer… And other stuff…:-) No cheese, etc., though…

  • Actually there are not enough food to sell in the supermarket and they are limited sell.The situation seems getting worse. We bought masks order from OJOmask.com, need alcohol and hand sanitizer too when this gets going in two weeks.

  • Sorry but if you keep the lids on your home canned jars, you can end up dead or really, really sick. After processing and all are cool, remove the rings. If your seal happens to come unsealed, having the ring on it will potentially let it reseal after spoilage. Taking it off before storage will ensure you will know if it’s unsealed and spoiled. Been a canner for over 50 years so please take this advice.

  • The 1st time i saw one of your videos, i wasnt interested. Your speaking isnt the most entertaining, so i clicked away about 2 minutes in…. But a few days later (today), i ended up back at another of your videos. I watched it fully. And another of your videos. And ive subscribed now. And im gonna watch more of your vids right now. Let me say your content is great. It is better than most YouTubers, and it’s nice not to have too much “entertainment” clogging up the useful info.

    Your channel is a gem for actual content. Thank you for your tone in your videos, and for not cluttering your videos with a huge amount of humor/anecdotes/random unrelated wasted time. I actually really prefer this tone in general the 1st time when i passed on your video, i just wanted entertainment over content that day but youtube has WAY too much of that already. It needs more people like you focused on content, concisely presented.

    Your presentation style is so refreshing.

  • Great video! As a kid we used to take Chef Boy-Ar-Dee spaghetti kits, Top Ramen, Spam and Kraft Mac & Cheese on every backpacking trip. Imagine how much better we could have eaten if YouTube had been around in the 70s.

  • Talk like you’re talking to your friend in the room, not like an announcer on a commercial. Tone it down (get rid of the high pitches at the ends of your sentences.) Other than that, you are great!

  • what can i do for lunch since i work all day need something i can have at work also what do you like for a protein bars thank you

  • I drink water on its own as a ritual =D. man i loves me some water. it is the reason life could exist here. its tastes of nothing, smells of nothing, looks like nothing, but makes up most of our planet. it is sacred stuff =D

  • What did Darth Vader say to Boba before the Empire’s annual backpacking trip?
    “You are free to bring any meals necessary. No Dehydrations.”

  • I’ve been vegetarian for years and may transition to veganism soon, but I’m so
    tired of this “us vs. them” mentality in the vegan/vegetarian community. Meat in moderation is not at all unhealthy, and there are even some people who should eat meat because it’s the easiest way for them to get the nutrition they need. It is bad for the environment, which is why I’m vegetarian, but you can significantly decrease your carbon footprint even just by decreasing the amount of meat you eat—we don’t need to insist that everyone cut out meat entirely.

    Ultimately, veganism is great, and vegetarianism is good, but meat-eating is not bad—it’s not too bad for the environment if people stick to only eating meat twice a week, and it’s certainly not bad for people’s health. We should insist not that people cut out meat entirely or cut out animal products entirely, but just that people become more responsible and aware of the environmental impact of what they eat.

  • And the bonus, you can “cook” right in the knorr pouches! Boil your water and pour in like any other dehydrated meals. Saves you cleaning!!

  • most knorr pasta sides benefit from a quarter cup or so of mashed potato flakes added as the pasta finishes. a half cup is a bit much but a quarter cup stiffens the sauce a bit and makes it more filling.

  • I can’t thank you enough I always wished secretly my gramma or mom would have sat me down and told me all of these things, somehow I’m realizing everything I ever needed to know are within your videos, I have grocery shop for the whole family and it’s hard to do, I’m so glad I found this video

  • This is SO incredibly helpful. Looks like I’m going to have to overhaul my cabinets, lol
    Thanks so much, this really helped make things a bit clearer.

  • You are seriously brilliant! I’ve been looking for a youtuber that would actually go into a little more details then just “eat healthy” and then nothing more, your videos really help out a lot and easy to understand, i live in Denmark so of course certain things are very hard to get but then there are alternatives. Thank you so much!:D

  • Love this!! I get so sick of watching people tell others to cut out carbohydrates or fat out of one’s diet. We need to include all the food groups if we want a well balanced diet. It’s all about moderation especially if you want to have a sustainable weight and live a healthy lifestyle for the rest of your life. Thank you for videos!

  • You should try being a more present father to your children and supporting Leah’s neck… and none of your food videos are revolutionary it’s all been done before. Seriously consider helping Judy more instead of spending so much time making videos like these that barely bring in any revenue/ barely any views.

  • This is SO incredibly helpful. Looks like I’m going to have to overhaul my cabinets, lol
    Thanks so much, this really helped make things a bit clearer.

  • Only thing I don’t like is protein bars and snacks…. I’m just not a believer! Now a days it seems like it’s a sin to feel hungry, you have to keep eating don’t feel hungry the world says!! Have 6 meals a day don’t feel hungry!! This is what’s making us all fat!!!

  • Thank you SO MUCH for this video. I’m starting low carb and I need food that isn’t diary, eggs and chicken for the variety even though I’m not vegan!

  • So the meal plan looks great, but it’s only 1300 calories a day, I need roughly 2000 a day. What’s the best way to add more calories?

  • Being on a budget means that being able to feed and sustain yourself comes first. Yes to eco wherever possible but as this shows it’s not always

  • Excellent meals! I believe that a lot of those items can actually be rehydrated ahead of time, and could be eaten cold if it was an emergency, or if one ran out of fuel for whatever reason!
    They are also excellent to prep for pandemics and other apocalypse scenarios.
    Thank you for the great combination suggestions!

  • To be fair I have tried two of your meal plans and felt starving through both of them… I really, really think that just basing someone’s calorie intake on being “female” works just a tip to be considered in the future.

  • I live in UK where most of the shelves in the supermarkets remain empty. Because it’s so hard to get items, the moment they restock shelves they’re all gone in seconds. Haven’t seen toilet paper in the stores in so long.

  • So good! All the recipes are incredible! Looks so healthy and scrumptious ❤️��
    Will definitely give those a try.
    Thank you so much for sharing dear��

  • Can you do a series on allergy free no cook dishes. I am allergic to tree nuts. I have to watch my cholesterol. Although nuts are healthy I cannot eat them.

  • Sara Lynn!! I’ve got a 9 week old baby girl. Pretty soon I’ll be making her some purees to store in my deep freezer for when she’s ready to transition to food. I’ve got a great cookbook for it but was thinking it would be awesome to see on your channel! A little new parent solidarity, lol.

    Seriously, would love to see your take on baby food, especially as yours grows since mine isn’t that far behind. Been a fan of this channel for 6 years I think? Your cookbook is one of the things I’m asking Santa for this year ��

  • Spring rolls are fried and summer rolls aren’t. Egg rolls are spring rolls dipped in egg before they are fried. In my understanding.

  • Her: “Flap meatttt, woo woo!”
    Also her: “Um thats not the sexiest name though”
    And also, anyone finds it so satisfying to see the textures of the meats?

  • Ooh these all look so yummy, I definitely need that knife, I don’t luv chopping veggies at all, maybe a good knife would help.. Thank you for sharing ❤️ Not sure if I missed it, do you cook the corn before slicing it off the cob?

  • This was such a lovely find on Youtube, thank you! I know I’m probably to late to add but I find that I can also price up online if needed and I also organise my shopping list into sections based on where they are in the shop (e.g. I know usually fresh produce is right near the beginning of our Tesco, so I write all of the fruits and veg etc together so I don’t have to come back to the fresh stuff later halfway down the list) ^^
    I also get my luxury item at the end to see if it’ll add on to the full shopping price or not

  • Want to try all three of them. Maybe save it for when I visit my sister-in-law Corie as she’s the only one who likes all the same foods I like. Lee and Daniel don’t care for most vegetables.

  • So the meal plan looks great, but it’s only 1300 calories a day, I need roughly 2000 a day. What’s the best way to add more calories?

  • You don’t need complex carbs. Better to substitute fruit for grains, for the most part, with just a few starches like organic potatoes or organic corn… Apples, oranges and bananas, along with grapes and berries are always high priorities for me…

    Chicken breast isn’t as tasty as chicken thighs… Organic skinless chicken and turkey thighs, organic eggs, wild-caught salmon, cod, mackerel, mahi mahi, etc., always good stuff…

    Veggies are a given.:-) Thumbs up for spices as well. I use a lot of basil, thyme, rosemary, sage, marjoram, savory, paprika, yellow curry powder, turmeric, fenugreek, chicken adobo seasoning, and garlic powder…

    With the “good stuff”, I’m a big fan of dark chocolate and black licorice, along with cookie dough ice cream, well-marbled flank, skirt, tri tip, chuck, or sirloin beef steaks, uncured bacon, corned beef and cabbage, chocolate almond milk, lightly salted peanuts in the shell, walnuts in the shell, hot cocoa with calcium/vitamin D and some decent, good ‘ol fashioned root beer… And other stuff…:-) No cheese, etc., though…

  • These look so yummy, colorful, and crunchy! I’d definitely try these as side dishes. I wonder about eating these as a full meal though… I know they’re vegan, obviously, but they don’t seem like they’d be very filling at all…

  • I live in her area, theyv told us they arent closing the stores, just minimizing the hours and taking more precautions like some stores are taking your list and shopping for you. Most people are buying 6 cartons of eggs but dude eggs only last a week or two, I know she has a big family and stuff but other people are buying 6 cartons for a 2 or 3 person family. Plus this is the time where u dont waste food so if u have a kid who doesnt like eggs, you dont give them an egg even if the other kid has one. And that goes for anything

  • Great ideas, but I always miss the vegetables. I’m used to having 8 ounce servings and it’s always difficult to get them other than freeze-dried.

  • Things like the coronavirus crisis world wide lock down has shown us that prepping and “hording” up food and basic needs, is actually a very smart thing to do. Keep it up.

  • One way we are prepared is just knowing that meals don’t need to be 3 or 4 courses. There’s nothing wrong with having meals with variety at all, but it’s not required. I like to give my kids a few different things for each meal, but doing so does consume more resources. So instead of a fresh produce smoothie, peanut butter toast, and cottage cheesethey will be perfectly fine with oat meal(maybe a large spoonful of yogurt mixed into it)+ 1 apple sliced into tiny pieces split between the 3 of them. They are 4 and under. This situation has made me so much more waste aware. Nothing is going to waste. High fiber, high protein, intentional produce in portions I KNOW they will consume. More if they ask for it. Also, I figured out that sometimes they ask for a snack because they are bored. So a little more planning activities that are screen-less has helped with boredom eating/asking. Last thingI promise. I’ve been trying to get coconut water, cucumbers, and things thday naturally hydrate and way less of salty snacks/ foods and additional salt sources including last minute seasoning. That has helped them stay hydrated and not guzzle water because of too much additional salt. I have learned some good practices f through this that I wish I had been doing already. I’m guilty of food and resource waste and I’m determined to end that in my home. It shouldn’t have taken a virus to teach me that, but I can make better choices from here on out. We really are spoiled here in the states. That’s not a jab at anyone, it’s just the truth. Love y’all!

  • I have been wanting a great chef’s knife but all of the ones I saw on amazon were over 100. I’m so excited to get this one so cheap! Thank you! Great video as always Jen ��

  • Benji’s voice reminds of the dude who does SHAMWOW. Lol like… he has a really good selling voice. Whatever you’re saying I’ll buy it! ��

  • what can i do for lunch since i work all day need something i can have at work also what do you like for a protein bars thank you

  • I do find that products that are listed as vegan in bold in the shops tend to be more expensive. So I find it cheaper and easier to just get things that are not labelled as vegan. As you were saying in another video, there are so many things you wouldn’t believe they are vegan:)

  • If you use the scanner, why did you have to pay at the counter with the human cashier? You should have gone to the scan and shop corner and simply pay for your entire shopping without having to queue again at the counter with the human cashier…

  • I’m so sad I can’t order the knife right now! Its always been something going wrong this year financially but hopefully one day I’ll be able to try it!! Youre videos are seriously one of the VERY FEW things that is keeping me from having a total breakdown recently. Thank you for all that you do. You help me so much and don’t even know it. Thank you. Congratulations on 100k. You deserve it and so much more girl. Xoxo

  • I live in Cincinnati where Kroger is headquartered. Super excited they partnered with you! Hoping to see more collaborations in the future with you and Kroger!

  • I need this as i need meal plan as i never meal plan before drooking over my samsung galaxy j4 love your videos making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  • You should try being a more present father to your children and supporting Leah’s neck… and none of your food videos are revolutionary it’s all been done before. Seriously consider helping Judy more instead of spending so much time making videos like these that barely bring in any revenue/ barely any views.

  • Hi there just got your cookbook in the mail today first of all congratulations on it. second of all it’s beautiful I love the recipes and you do an awesome job both on your channel and in your cookbook

  • Every time I roast a chicken/turkey I always take the soggy skin and crispy it in the oven! Perfect snack or added crunch on top of your meat!

  • We buy a lot of chicken throughout the year and I’m always looking for new dishes. The Travis house always look like they eat the best dinners too! So I know this video is legit.

  • I think I need to spend a little more time at Walmart. My regular supermarkets don’t have nearly the selection shown here. For example, they don’t have chicken in pouches, just in tins.

  • 10 lb of honey that’s awesome. I’m just learning all this prepper stuff. Yeah the garden is luckily I do have some space here so I can go out and forage.

  • SOOOOO happy to see you making videos again Benji!! Been watching you and Judy since the condo and before marriage!!! Keep these videos coming!!!

  • i love that as soon as you start thru hiking or backpacking your standard for good food just plumets.
    like at home i’d be making complex french soups but as soon as i get onto the trail im just like a demon that inhales “pizza” (see: mozz stick, a tortilla, and about 30 slices of pepperoni), sliced spam, and snorts the ramen powder before crushing up the noods and pouring them into my mouth along with the boiling water

  • I believe that shopping for a month is cheaper tho. You can buy bigger bags of products and that is usually better for shopping with a budget. Don’t get me wrong! I loved the video, but I live in a country which economy is hyper inflated and it is certainly impossible to shop groceries for a week, you can save a lot more money making a list for a month. Maybe you should think about that!

  • That knife! I want it. I will own that knife one day. All the recipes are right up my alley. The salsa,yum..the salad, yes please…the wrap, for sure and I want to make it with turkey and pears….the summer rolls, I love them…the dessert is so good. And best of all, Murphy nose siting. Ha ha

  • I’m here because the upcoming November election… I am convinced that leftists are planning to falsify the election and this could lead to civil war. real war. Be ready folks.

  • Thank you for this! I recently went plant based and now trying to eat for my body type (endomorph). I’ve been finding it extremely hard to find delicious recipes that check off all of these boxes. Would love more of these recipes!

  • Great recipes Jen thanks for sharing! What is your high-quality olive oil of choice? I love an olive oil that has a bite to it, and I would love to know if you have any recommendations! Keep up the great work!

  • Hi! Where I live in Northern California, they call the ones you made “fresh” rolls and the deep fried ones imperial rolls or spring rolls. ����‍♀️

  • Thank you for the vídeo.. but unfortunately it wasn’t very useful for me because there is So much plastic and waste…;( And I doing my best to live the zero-waste lifestyle..
    Peace!

  • 2 weeks hell you better have 6 months and that’s just so you can get a garden growing and hunting. Govt will not be there to help!

  • Hey Jen! This is my first comment but don’t worry, I never miss a video ��. I just wanted to let you know that your hair is amazing in this video!

  • I don’t know why people are hating on people who ants to be prepared. It’s not like one person went and cleared up the shelves. It’s a lot of people buying almost the same stuff almost at the same time. It is the supermarket’s job to have a lot of stock to avoid inconvenience. Maybe start talking to the grocery store people to display the stocks they have.

  • I live in central Minnesota at our Walmart’s they’ve been saying that there’s no pasta,milk,flour,sugar,toilet paper,paper towels,water. Glad you found all your essentials.

  • My kids absolutely love zoodles and I know they are getting tired of them just sauteed with salt pepper and garlic we will definitely be trying these recipes.

  • Where I live stores are rationing certain grocery items to one item per customer ie…TP only one per customer, rice one per customer, So even if l wanted to do a big shop l am restricted. Our two major food stores have recently introduced early opening 7 am 8 am for over 65 years of age to shop before the store opens at 8 am for all customers, so that the elderly don’t have to compete with younger people who can become aggressive over the last toilet roll packet. This is working well and is much more pleasant for oldies to shop without the hustle and bustle. You have to show a pension or seniors card to be allowed in. Things will change in these times, somethings for the better, somethings not but we must think a bit differently and change with it.

  • even though im sure most of us would agree, this Covert operation is a fake, intentional, and yet extremely disturbing because they are mistreating the patients, as a result they are dying unnecessarily. With that being said. storing up is a life style. I hate we have to go through this to be awaken to things we should know better. The Father warns us to store-up your storehouses for devastations like this, so i truly thank you and anyone that are putting things out for awareness and to bring things to perspective,,

  • You are just awesome! I say it all the time! Thank you! Oh by the way, I was looking on amazon for a hardcover cook book but couldn’t find any. Say, that isn’t true?

  • I am in Australia but know people in the Uk and some family in italy. Even in Italy being in lock down they are allowed to go out to the shops but its one person per household and have to be 1.5 meters away from each other at all time, I won’t stock up because their is no point to. I have food for the week and left heaps that i could of brought for other people. Those elderly are often the ones who are going to miss out because they don’t get to the shops much and don’t have the money to spend. I don’t think panic buying is a good thing. I would rather spend my money on things may family are going to eat.

  • And one more tip on storage. I live in a 420 square foot studio, with 2 small dogs. Just 1 closet and 4 small cabinets in the kitchenette. So yes, storage has been a problem, but recently I’ve been coming up with some creative ideas. For example, dog food fits in the 5 inch gap next to the armoire, between the armoire & the wall 40 lbs! Canned food in a shallow tray underneath the armoire. I found some shallow kitty litter trays at the dollar store, they’re only about 3 inches high, makes it easy to store & retrieve the cans. I’m also looking around to find some furniture legs to raise my couch a few inches, it sits very low to the ground & will be more comfortable raised. I’ll be able to store rice & a few other things in a few more kitty litter trays under the couch. I’m also now looking at my beloved collection of shoes & clothes I barely ever wear & I’m thinking of having a yard sale once people are allowed to come out of hiding. I really don’t have to have 30 pairs of heels anymore. Interesting how a pandemic quickly shifts priorities.

  • A hint to keeping all those dry goods longer, like your rice, lentils, beans, flour, even pasta i think when you first bring it home from a store freeze it for a few days, some say you can go up to 7 days. The cold kills any bug larvae that got in during harvest, so your bags are not having bugs hatch later. My coworker even had an unopened bag of pistachios become infested with bugs.

  • I know. I know. We are all nuts now. Yeah. Nuts is right. Nuts is good. Being best nuts is best. Nuts knows. Nuts. Nuts. Nuts.

  • Wowsuggestions are generally way top heavy in carbs, and I guess that’s what one does in an emergency, but it isn’t healthy and it isn’t good for the brain after a couple of days.

  • Those shelfs look a lot different to the uk! Check out my video’s on my channel. I went to Morrrisons, Lidl and Tesco.
    Stay safe everyone.

  • Can you do a series on allergy free no cook dishes. I am allergic to tree nuts. I have to watch my cholesterol. Although nuts are healthy I cannot eat them.

  • You should be ashamed of yourself. The grocery stores aren’t closing. Get what you need and think of other people, especially seniors. This is atrocious.

  • Eat the stuff in your fridge first, then your freezer, then your canned and packaged goods. Most of us could get by for 2 weeks with this. Also, if there isn’t any power, how would you cook up all the stuff you are suggesting? Emergency food for most of us would be things that don’t need cooking or extensive preparation. If you are hungry you will eat anything, whether you like it or not.

  • I was getting 72 hour freeze dried food kits from several companies for shipping costs as promotions for the past couple of years. Now they can’t keep it in stock. Shelf life of 25 years. Pays to prepare.

  • Too many simple carbs in your list. With almost half the population pre-diabetic or diabetic you really need to find protein, good tats and low carb options. Also all the carbs you list (even while grains) convert immediately to sugar. Sugar depletes your immune system, thus you’ll be more susceptible to infections, viruses, etc. Keto type diet has shown to increase immunity. With CV around, that is what you all should be doing.

  • To be fair I have tried two of your meal plans and felt starving through both of them… I really, really think that just basing someone’s calorie intake on being “female” works just a tip to be considered in the future.

  • Gahhh only complaint, you don’t salt overnight with the steak COVERED, it has to be in open air otherwise the condensation will just drip back onto the steak and make it soggy when you take it back out the next day. It should be on an open rack in the fridge that way it comes out much drier on the outside with a darker hue of red on the meat.

  • Thank you for this! I recently went plant based and now trying to eat for my body type (endomorph). I’ve been finding it extremely hard to find delicious recipes that check off all of these boxes. Would love more of these recipes!

  • Thank you so much for this! I use ibotta and it has a shopping list section that I use to see if things I buy are offering rebates. It helps having these categorized. It helps even more to know the aisles of your grocery store so you’ll know what to get where efficiently and quickly and not go astray from your list. Organizing your pantry and kitchen helps too.

  • OMG!
    CAN YOU PLEASE GET THE POINTS! INSTEAD OF TALKING ABOUT IT TOO MUCH! YOU ARE KEEPSGOING ADD INTO A MORE TALKING ABOUT IT LOTS.

  • Thank you SO MUCH for this video. I’m starting low carb and I need food that isn’t diary, eggs and chicken for the variety even though I’m not vegan!

  • And this is why people need to shut off the comments. She is taking care of her family, nothing wrong with that. People need to learn to prioritize and start making an emergency stock, even low income.

  • During the epidemic, many people are snapping up necessities and trying to ensure the daily supply. When the daily supplies are exhausted, we need to go out to purchase, so masks(Polloo.com) are also essential.

  • I need this right now. It’s 94 degrees outside, heat index 100. This looks so freshing. No romaine lettuce�� There’s always tomorrow��

  • That’s a money saver recipe: 3 dishes (1. Chicken Stir Fry; 2. Chicken Soup (or stock); 3. Deep Fried Chicken Thighs) from only 1 ingredient (chicken)!!! Mastermind is always a mastermind:-) Easy to follow instructions and spectacular presentation (Chicken Stir Fry flip in slow motion is amazingly attractive). I am ready for more simple and delicious recipes as I am a big believer in making life of busy families more comfortable:-)

  • For those of you who are unaware, a sibling of Benji had done something bad one of their c0uSIns, v a l e r I e D e s m a r a I s. Please copy+paste this link and remove the three dots+parentheses to watch her story:

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  • This gorgeous woman looks so healthy and makes things sound so simple which when you think about food it’s not that difficult by look itself what’s good for you but the real breakdown of it all she makes it sound even easier love watching her great on the eye and also the ears keep up the good work the planet is losing space as we eat more junk and get bigger, SUGAR is a huge factor unless natural ones like with fruit refined is a scary substance when eaten at a huge amount.

  • Just ordered my ��!! I chose the gray color. Total was $58 using your discount & w/ $6 shipping charge. Can’t wait to have a “real” knife in my kitchen. I’ve always hesitated ordering others because they are so expensive. I’m not the world’s greatest cook so I just kept telling myself I didn’t really need one.
    Random side note but I noticed you now have a management company. You go girl!! Got that real professional status going ��❤️

  • Watermelon salsa!!! I recently made a watermelon ketchup and it turned out amazing!! Here from VRA �� and all of these recipes look amazing! I could definitely “veganize” all of them lol! Great video! ��

  • 5:00 just tell my mom to stop bringing those things to home evety time i enter the kitchen i have to see them and prevent my self from eating �� its so hard looking at them without eating��

  • Jen, I’ve been ill for a couple of months and today I finally got back on YouTube. Of course the first Videos I have to watch are yours!! I’m a long time Subscriber and I’ve learn so much from you! I just noticed your sub count…. Over 100 thousand subscribers now!! I’m so happy for you!! Congrats������ Thank you for all of your great videos!����

  • I suffer from endometriosis around 30. Since then have been moving to removing process food and my favourite wines…out of my diet. I drink Long rare occasions. So what’s in my kitchen are:

    Fruits
    fresh organic red apples. One on empty stomach starts my day very well
    Citrus fruits -satsuma, orange or tangerines. I get acid burns easily drinking lemon laced water:(
    Cherry tomatoes…I grow them as well!

    Vegetables
    Spinach
    Kailan
    Broccoli
    Cucumbers
    Cabbage
    Peas
    Mushrooms
    I need cauliflowers…
    I have dried Japanese seaweed salads that I go with organic miso for a quick soup that serves as dinner sometimes.
    I also add powdered vege mix powder that has some protein from grounded fish I think.

    Dairies
    Organic yoghurt for twice a week.
    Organic cheese with dried fruits yumz

    ‘Protein source’
    Green, red beans
    Dried shrimps
    Mushrooms,
    Free ranch eggs
    Canned sardines

    Spices
    Chilli!
    Turmeric
    Pepper
    Japanese shichimi spice mix

  • Yup, so true. I eat balanced meal, exercise only 10%-mostly walking. Occasionally indulge…very occasionally heh.:) As much as I enjoy salmon and tuna, I stay way away from seafood due to the pollutants and plastics in the fish:(. My proteins include eggs and nuts, sometimes meat.

  • i would love to eat brown rice unfortunately its quite expensive i’d rather buy a variety of vegetables with white rice in order to reach the daily nutritional requirements. Thank you for the info it help me a lot.

  • great video to remind how difficult it is to even eat when on low budget. Made me sad but such a great reminder. My job often works with families who do not have a good income and have to try to eat cheaply, also using our foodbank which can be demeaning to a person. Thank you

  • I avoid soda, but with fruit juice, you can dilute juice with water to cut the sugar and calories. It’s best to get 100% juice or organic.

  • these animal cannibals had some good taste from what their doing and now i wanna be an animal cannibal fan now. i think i want some cows in my mouth rn

  • This is soooo helpfull! Thank you, Madeleine! Next year I’m going to continue study at the UK so I already have an insight on how to spend money wisely �� lots of love from Indonesia

  • I need this right now. It’s 94 degrees outside, heat index 100. This looks so freshing. No romaine lettuce�� There’s always tomorrow��

  • Just some tips:
    -Season it with salt and pepper.
    -Olive oil is correct but don’t overdo it
    -Place the steak when it’s on room temperature and the pan’s heated up
    -When it’s about rare, toss in some garlic, rosemary, thyme, and butter
    -When the butter melts, keep splashing the melted butter onto the steak with a spoon
    -Don’t cool it. Ever. Unless you want a steak that tastes as if it was microwaved.

  • Thank you for the vídeo.. but unfortunately it wasn’t very useful for me because there is So much plastic and waste…;( And I doing my best to live the zero-waste lifestyle..
    Peace!

  • A good way to cook a steak is to flip it quickly on low heat until you get your desired doneness, then dont flip it for a longer time each side at a higher temperature, to get a good crust without burning the inside.

  • For the dehydrated (Instant Milk Powder) you can pre-measure the amount you need, and then put it in a small Vacuum seal packet-be SURE to add an Oxygen Absorber if you do this, otherwise the instant Milk COULD go rancid on you. LOVE this video. I’m going to save it.

  • I suffer from endometriosis around 30. Since then have been moving to removing process food and my favourite wines…out of my diet. I drink Long rare occasions. So what’s in my kitchen are:

    Fruits
    fresh organic red apples. One on empty stomach starts my day very well
    Citrus fruits -satsuma, orange or tangerines. I get acid burns easily drinking lemon laced water:(
    Cherry tomatoes…I grow them as well!

    Vegetables
    Spinach
    Kailan
    Broccoli
    Cucumbers
    Cabbage
    Peas
    Mushrooms
    I need cauliflowers…
    I have dried Japanese seaweed salads that I go with organic miso for a quick soup that serves as dinner sometimes.
    I also add powdered vege mix powder that has some protein from grounded fish I think.

    Dairies
    Organic yoghurt for twice a week.
    Organic cheese with dried fruits yumz

    ‘Protein source’
    Green, red beans
    Dried shrimps
    Mushrooms,
    Free ranch eggs
    Canned sardines

    Spices
    Chilli!
    Turmeric
    Pepper
    Japanese shichimi spice mix

  • I like this video because it breaks down foods and beverages into categories which makes it easier to buy healthy items and avoid the unhealthy items. However, I did not like the fact the fact exercise accounts for no more than just 20% of weight loss success.

  • Given that it probably has a very long shelf life, all of that stuff would also make a great survival prep when packed into a five gallon bucket.

  • Everything looks delicious! Especially that watermelon salsa ��. How long will that last in the refrigerator? I would love to make that the next time Family comes over. I was just wondering if I could make it the day before. Thanks for sharing all of these no cook recipes!

  • Great, informative video thank you! Do you have a suggested formula for calculating how much water per person? Also, any recommendations for water purification (especially for those living abroad e.g. Ecuador)?

  • Mr. Papke…I found your channel a few days ago and I LOVE it. I just admit I have never been hiking or camping but I have a huge desire to go camping and looking for good meals. I’m from Minnesota but have recently moved to Albuquerque and it’s not my favorite but while I’m here I’ll do what I can. My question is do you have any suggestions or recipes for desserts on the trail? Cakes, hand pies, anything?

    Thank you. I look forward to seeing more vids

  • WATCH PART TWO: https://bit.ly/2F8p1Vt

    The shopping list is listed in the description for everybody! Hope this helps those of you guys who are vegan and on a budget!

  • Are yall here just to complain about how you think she’s doing everything wrong and her voice? Yall are so toxic lmao, its a steak video just talk about the damn steak, and cast iron needs lots of oil to get hella hot, yall cant even grasp the concept of adding all that oil and still you people complain, that’s like saying addition is hard without knowing what a number is �� and yall seem to forget that the steak is almost the length of the pan, why put less oil when cooking s big steak?

  • Just wonderful, I been tryin to find out about “essentials food wholesalers” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Proutklarton Surviving Technics Plan (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my buddy got excellent success with it.

  • I love how inclusive you are. Sometimes feel like I am a terrible person for buying on a budget due to all the plastic in it (frozen fruit/veg etc) but you really make a point of showing that it can’t always be avoided. Thank you for your videos x

  • Hi Jen! As always, love your videos! Question about the knife, I am no bigger than a minute 5 ft. tall on a good day, small boned, with small hands, do you think that knife would be too big and cumbersome for me? Can’t beat the price and I’m in need of a good chef’s ��. If so, can you suggest a different one?

  • Really helpful video, I also found the vlogs from Those Vegan Guys to be helpful as I start the vegan journey. They are really down to earth and want to help people getting started as it can feel a bit overwhelming.

  • It’s interesting seeing how my diet has evolved from 9 months ago (from my last comment here…)

    The only complex carbs I eat right now are potatoes, with rice, organic corn, and a few others being eaten somewhat less often.

    With the protein list, salmon, fish, eggs, chicken (dark not light), beans, grass-fed beef, and nuts all factor in here very heavily, plus turkey, lamb, avocado, sunflower seeds, etc. These kinds of foods are definitely a higher priority for me than complex carbs…

    Veggies, yep… I eat all the veggies you mentioned except for canned tomatoes. I eat quite a wide variety of veggies, and I try to stay fairly consistent with eating them…

    Fruits tend to take the place of much of what would otherwise be more the complex carbs, etc. So I eat a fair amount of fruit… Prob. more than you do…

    Snacks, yep… No yogurt for Ben. No crackers… Actually, I’ve stopped eating licorice as well (along with pork and bacon).

  • I loved everything you said but at the end you didn’t add the word pepper because every state needs some black pepper freshly cracked

  • you could have got 3x tinned tomato’s and 2 chickpeas as they were on the offer 4 for £1..
    to save money id have chosen just one luxury item so either the bics or crisps.
    but you did really good!
    but you got rice, noodles and spaghetti so are you having the same thing for 3 days? ��

  • This is sad. She keeps saying she didn’t go crazy but….. look how much unnecessary food you have. It would of been cool if you donated half of this to people who actually need it. Literally so upsetting of a video.

  • FYIdon’t get biscuits. Go to the reduced bread bit and get their cookies and other treats for 25p. I do s £15 spend per week for a family of 4.
    Reduced bread frozen and no other junk.
    Bulk buy if you can and split the cost across the weeks until you run out of the product. That way, you pay yourself back lol

  • Really enjoyed this, I need to plan and budget meals as I get carried away in the shops! Lol by the way..anyone told you, you look like a young jennifer Connelly!

  • Thanks for doing this video, it’s given me a lot of tips to work on my shopping each week to make it cheaper. I tried to go vegan years ago but had great problems with my money for shopping. You’ve most certainly given me food for thought(excuse the pun)

  • Love the recipe… just one note. The agave neater is nearly 100 fructose… the bad type of sweetener which can be problematic. Consider monk fruit, it doesn’t spike the insulin.

  • So happy to be watching this as I am planning next weeks meals. Several of these will be added to the plan! Great video as always.

  • One thing I noticed as a student is that some people feel weird buying own-brand items, as they’re used to not doing that before uni! This isn’t a critique of them, but it’s interesting how people often take some time to learn that own-brand contains the same nutrients and does the job!

  • If you’re one for herbs etc, the frozen ones in Tesco are all around £1 but they are so fragrant and last way longer than buying fresh ones all the time and they are far more flavourful than the dry ones

  • Omg! Shopping there would make my head explode. It so confusing. Shopping where I live is so much easier. Although it is way more expensive.

  • It’s interesting seeing how my diet has evolved from 9 months ago (from my last comment here…)

    The only complex carbs I eat right now are potatoes, with rice, organic corn, and a few others being eaten somewhat less often.

    With the protein list, salmon, fish, eggs, chicken (dark not light), beans, grass-fed beef, and nuts all factor in here very heavily, plus turkey, lamb, avocado, sunflower seeds, etc. These kinds of foods are definitely a higher priority for me than complex carbs…

    Veggies, yep… I eat all the veggies you mentioned except for canned tomatoes. I eat quite a wide variety of veggies, and I try to stay fairly consistent with eating them…

    Fruits tend to take the place of much of what would otherwise be more the complex carbs, etc. So I eat a fair amount of fruit… Prob. more than you do…

    Snacks, yep… No yogurt for Ben. No crackers… Actually, I’ve stopped eating licorice as well (along with pork and bacon).

  • A few essential items that I purchased and want to share that stores well. Some cereals can be made with water when needed such as Oatmeal and Cream of Wheat; rice, uncooked beans, peanut butter and jelly, flour to bake bread, soy or almond milk, butter, sugar, and frozen vegetables as opposed to canned.

  • I’ve done what I could over the years. I lucky had a few things at my home already. I live by myself and I’m on disability. Not one person has reached out to see if I’m ok. I’m contacted almost all my friends and family to ask if they’re ok. Three of the all the people I called or contacted did ask me if I was ok. None of them have asked if I’m ok or need anything, Not even my son! I’ve continued to contact everyone. I’ve been praying for them all. But not one has reached out to me. I have NEVER felt so alone! I’ve even asked if anyone needs anything if I go out, which I shouldn’t be. I have asthma and health issues. Not one has asked me if I needed anything. My brother and his family lives above me. My brother does try to help me but he has his on family. I’m very grateful for him and his help. My son works at Publix a grocery store. I asked if he could get me 2 items. I offered him the money for the items, gas money and money for his, even though he would be there working. He never responded. He did get the message though.

  • I know this video was from 8 months ago but you don’t need to print off the labels! You can add them on at the Scan As You Shop till!

  • So i would like to know if the portions are for one or two people? My husband is out of town for 3 weeks and I would like to try this recipes this week but I am afraid it would be too much food for me and also can you please let us know if it’s a maid dish or a side? Perhaps you said it in the video but if you did I missed it. I Plan in doing all low carbs until my husband comes back ☺️

  • I did enjoy this vid. I have done some of the combinations: like Spam & grits, Tyson chicken w/ ramon or even added to dehydrated meals…its all good. But you revealed more options. Thanks! Happy Hiking

  • It would be really cool to see some of these challenges that don’t use anything from the cupboard. Or maybe a cheap pantry set up? Need good ideas for life on the road away from the comforts of my well stocked pantry.

  • The 1st time i saw one of your videos, i wasnt interested. Your speaking isnt the most entertaining, so i clicked away about 2 minutes in…. But a few days later (today), i ended up back at another of your videos. I watched it fully. And another of your videos. And ive subscribed now. And im gonna watch more of your vids right now. Let me say your content is great. It is better than most YouTubers, and it’s nice not to have too much “entertainment” clogging up the useful info.

    Your channel is a gem for actual content. Thank you for your tone in your videos, and for not cluttering your videos with a huge amount of humor/anecdotes/random unrelated wasted time. I actually really prefer this tone in general the 1st time when i passed on your video, i just wanted entertainment over content that day but youtube has WAY too much of that already. It needs more people like you focused on content, concisely presented.

    Your presentation style is so refreshing.

  • Thanks for posting this, I’m thinking of going vegan and this was really helpful.

    On a tangent, was wondering what make up products (specifically lipstick and mascara) you use, and are they vegan-friendly?

  • Hello, I’m vegan so these recipes were very helpful.
    Miso is very common ingredient in Japan where I live, so I would like to try them out!
    I have one question. Is it possible to leave out the nutritional yeast for the pesto?
    It’s very uncommon ingredient in Japan and hard to find it.

  • I’m a student and I want to go vegan and start going to the gym, I’m gonna do my first grocery vegan shopping tomorrow and this video rlly helped me so thank you!! Also if anyone has tips on changing lifestyle, that’d be great. I’d like to lose some weight and keep a fit figure. Also I’m kinda on a budget so yeah

  • I’m subscribing! Wasnt really paying attention as to prepping my own food at the time but gosh your voice and your music are so relaxing and brings a good feel to the kitchen vibes!

  • There seems to be mixed opinions in the comments about the amount of food to take. To be honest I believe that it is right to stock up on lots of food, not because supermarkets will run out, but because it will become harder and harder (for places that haven’t already passed this stage) to get out and get the supplies you need, but I do agree that you shouldn’t just take ANYTHING you see in a panic (for instance you shouldn’t drag your arm along a whole aisle pushing everything you see into your trolley), but this is not what this family did. They took the essentials they need and planned it out, working things out about the food like the emergancy food storage list.

  • I always do my shopping lists in my notepad in my phone now and save the prior ones when I make my new list:) and as I eat the food I make notes to what I didn’t use or really need so that I can look back and remind myself not to buy it again:)

  • Might I add?? Sugar and salt are very important! Even if you don’t eat much of it it is still a great bartering tool. Think of your neighbors! Buy extra clothing and put the items in ziploc bags and put away for emergency. Do the same with toiletries and make a good first aid kit. Also, flashlights and batteries are very important! Ladies, consider your monthly flow and the products you will need. I could add several more things but this is a good start for beginners.

  • Thank you, Joanna. I already know most of what you discuss in most of your vids, however you present them in a very motivating, engaging and easy-to-recall lessons and tips. With that, I am encouraged to continue to better and change my lifestyle. Keep going… May God continue blessing you. Love from Manila!

  • Hi there just got your cookbook in the mail today first of all congratulations on it. second of all it’s beautiful I love the recipes and you do an awesome job both on your channel and in your cookbook

  • oooh! I am always looking for fresh, simple, summer dishes. Might try the first one alongside a cucumber or egg salad sandwich. I always like cooking with the seasons.

  • Best plan is to keep stocked up before emergency hits. Add 1or 2 extra items to each shopping trip. Then you will have what you need when emergency hits.

  • Hey Domestic Geek, Can you do like some more Chinese takeout favorite meals videos? Oh And some more healthy versions of desserts. Thanx��plzzzzzz

  • I survived the war back in 1992 in ex Yugoslavia when I was 12 years old. This situation reminds me of the beginning of the war but at least I can go out and not be afraid that the bullet or something will kill me… We will survive this. Don’t panic people.

  • Thank you so much for this! I use ibotta and it has a shopping list section that I use to see if things I buy are offering rebates. It helps having these categorized. It helps even more to know the aisles of your grocery store so you’ll know what to get where efficiently and quickly and not go astray from your list. Organizing your pantry and kitchen helps too.

  • OMG! Those wraps were delicious! My hubby doesn’t like spicy, so I mixed French dressing with sour cream for him. He LOVED it. Thank you for sharing. Liked the no cook option this hot summer. Dana

  • Sara Lynn!! I’ve got a 9 week old baby girl. Pretty soon I’ll be making her some purees to store in my deep freezer for when she’s ready to transition to food. I’ve got a great cookbook for it but was thinking it would be awesome to see on your channel! A little new parent solidarity, lol.

    Seriously, would love to see your take on baby food, especially as yours grows since mine isn’t that far behind. Been a fan of this channel for 6 years I think? Your cookbook is one of the things I’m asking Santa for this year ��

  • Just wonderful, been searching for “food emergency supplies” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Proutklarton Surviving Technics Plan (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my brother in law got amazing results with it.

  • I love your recipes, but that lemon juice in pesto gave me hives. Of course I am from Genova so pesto is sacred to me, but if you need tanginess don’t have to use pesto, you can use any kind of sauce you like. Pesto has to have that sweetness that comes from pine nuts.

  • Sue here: me too! I love looking for and making unusual but delicious combinations, especially in summer. Loved these recipes. Can’t wait to make each one. Jen, you need a cooking show!!! ❤

  • So i would like to know if the portions are for one or two people? My husband is out of town for 3 weeks and I would like to try this recipes this week but I am afraid it would be too much food for me and also can you please let us know if it’s a maid dish or a side? Perhaps you said it in the video but if you did I missed it. I Plan in doing all low carbs until my husband comes back ☺️

  • this is my first summer as a full on vegan, i’ve always loved your channel, it’s great to see some fun summery festive VEGAN salads! woo!

  • Want to try all three of them. Maybe save it for when I visit my sister-in-law Corie as she’s the only one who likes all the same foods I like. Lee and Daniel don’t care for most vegetables.

  • My kids absolutely love zoodles and I know they are getting tired of them just sauteed with salt pepper and garlic we will definitely be trying these recipes.

  • This is amazing Benji. Thank you for showing us great tips and brillient recipes. Great video. Sending love from Dublin Ireland to you, Judy and all the girls.������������������

  • These look so yummy, colorful, and crunchy! I’d definitely try these as side dishes. I wonder about eating these as a full meal though… I know they’re vegan, obviously, but they don’t seem like they’d be very filling at all…

  • I live in Cincinnati where Kroger is headquartered. Super excited they partnered with you! Hoping to see more collaborations in the future with you and Kroger!

  • I love all these recipes and will definitely try them!
    I bought Cutco knives 20+ years ago and have never regretted the purchase! I have not cut myself once since purchasing them!

  • Thank you so much for all the information. I appreciate how detailed you are in your videos and plan to put this into use when I go to the grocery store tomorrow. I feel like throwing up my fists and shouting “Fighting”! like in my favorite KDramas!  Ha ha! Thank you again.

  • That’s a money saver recipe: 3 dishes (1. Chicken Stir Fry; 2. Chicken Soup (or stock); 3. Deep Fried Chicken Thighs) from only 1 ingredient (chicken)!!! Mastermind is always a mastermind:-) Easy to follow instructions and spectacular presentation (Chicken Stir Fry flip in slow motion is amazingly attractive). I am ready for more simple and delicious recipes as I am a big believer in making life of busy families more comfortable:-)

  • Every time I roast a chicken/turkey I always take the soggy skin and crispy it in the oven! Perfect snack or added crunch on top of your meat!

  • I had a groceries today and it’s for 2 weeks full lockdown quarantine. And someone being mean to me because my cart was full. I mean 1 cart is normal for 3 mouths.

  • KEEP DOING WHAT YOU’RE DOING!! Keep making more amazing content! I have so many of your recipes favoritedplease do some beef recipes!

  • My favorite videos that you make!! Love these budget hauls!

    So my family and I just moved to a mountain town and oh man groceries are expensive here!! Especially fresh veggies and fruit! Recently my oldest daughter had to be in the hospital for a month and we took a giant financial hit and we could afford the cheapest things. And we are a family of 5, and our kids eat a lot. My family is not vegan but I was and I had to give it up because we could only afford maybe a bag of frozen veggies and some apples and bananas. And it seemed like meat was always on sale and could bulk up meals to stretch them further and fill us up more. It has been a difficult time. And I feel guilt but honestly I had to do what I needed to do in our situation.

  • SOOOOO happy to see you making videos again Benji!! Been watching you and Judy since the condo and before marriage!!! Keep these videos coming!!!

  • Thanks for such a great one! I am definitely going to try a couple of these this weekend. They look so refreshing for these dog days of summer.

  • Amazing meals!�� We do make are own chicken stock! Looks good Benji! You the man! Judy and the girls are Blessed! Right on man����

  • KEEP DOING WHAT YOU’RE DOING!! Keep making more amazing content! I have so many of your recipes favoritedplease do some beef recipes!

  • I live in the Netherland

    Her people only pay often patotes, cheap TP, most frozen Food, Rice and beans i think people go way to crazy and this it because a group of cultuur in my country who Buy with 10 men at once >.> at least..
    We have tap water so that all right by us this depanch on people who like buy water up to them but most people know water quit pricey here that why we avoid most time, aside from that i can always cook it and i also buy before all this was last year a water filter so im all good with drinks

    But i dont worry that much
    We life with 4 and i and my mom only by stuff we need will go only to the store if we need too. But idk if i need go with her again because last time i did go with her afther that day i got bad astma attack afther so long… i only go with her so that we can buy the things we need at least how much we can take with the 2 of us.
    we tend only by wat we need because we know there other people we not that selfish to buy every stuff.

    Most people blame the president i will call it for there late action if they looked more to it we didint got this hugh problem

  • I can’t thank you enough I always wished secretly my gramma or mom would have sat me down and told me all of these things, somehow I’m realizing everything I ever needed to know are within your videos, I have grocery shop for the whole family and it’s hard to do, I’m so glad I found this video

  • Love your video so information. Taking my grandkids backpacking their first time next week. These meals will be very helpful and we’ll have fun shopping for these as well. Cost effective 5* meals Thank you!

  • Great overview. Gets the mind rolling about options. Ranch mix powder, drink powders, and all kinds of trail mixes round out a sweet end to a meal. Great video.

  • This is where simple creatives can impact a GENERATION of practical backpackers. I totally use a few ‘Mt H’ type dinner mealsso you nailed itthey are $$ and full of junk. I love to offset my backpack pantry with alternatives! Great vid!!!!!

  • My family is planning a week long camping trip. Even though car camping provides much more space for packing food i don’t want to spend my vacation cooking and cleaning and our car is mid-sized so we are a bit limited on space. I think using backpacking meals is a great idea. We do go all out for breakfast but these meal ideas will be fabulous for lunches and dinners. I’ve learned so much about ways to car camp more efficiently by watching backpacking videos. We’re also a bit of a minimalist family when it comes to camping so we tend to camp with just the basics anyway. I’d rather have a good comfortable sleep system than lots of pots and pans.

  • I need this as i need meal plan as i never meal plan before drooking over my samsung galaxy j4 love your videos making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  • I would love a European version without all the pouches, the best I can get here is cans of tuna. Which quick becomes quite heavy =D

  • Meanwhile as an Indonesian, all we need is rice…. no toilet paper, no problem. no meat, no problem. no bread, no problem. no rice, no life… just rice and salt is enough to survive.

  • Great post! I never go to Walmart for so many reasons. I’ve looked at these items in my super market but they don’t have near the selection of Walmart. Humm…

  • For those of you who are unaware, a sibling of Benji had done something bad one of their c0uSIns, v a l e r I e D e s m a r a I s. Please copy+paste this link and remove the three dots+parentheses to watch her story:

    you(…)tube.(…)com/watch?v=(…)AcfpLodg50Y

  • Talk like you’re talking to your friend in the room, not like an announcer on a commercial. Tone it down (get rid of the high pitches at the ends of your sentences.) Other than that, you are great!

  • I have used almost all these products. I take the rice, stuffing and mashed potatoes and divide them into 1serving portions then place them in vac seal bags. Make the bag large enough to mix them in and a pot can be left behind for some trips.

  • Knorr is pronounced with the K just as a heads up. I always thought it was silent too but it isnt. Good suggestions for food options!

  • Takes me back to the old days when dehydrated meals were pretty hard to come by and super expensive. Me and my backpacking buddies made our own meals from essentially the same sources. You forgot desserts, we often used powdered puddings/cheesecake etc.

  • This was great, I’ve been looking for “list of food to store for emergencies” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Proutklarton Surviving Technics Plan (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my mate got amazing success with it.

  • Hi, I really enjoyed your video. Please consider adding tinned (canned fish ) to your store. As well as being a prime source of protein it has other nutrients that your canned chicken does not, like Omega 3. Tinned sardines, herring, salmon or mackerel are better than tuna, they have more omega oils than tuna.

  • You should really try some tofu and grits! It’s a spin off Cajun shrimp and grits. I love to make this and it’s so cheap. My version is vegetarian, not vegan. I don’t know all of the proper substitutes but 2 packs instant grits, tofu, blackening seasoning, bell peppers, onions, garlic, diced tomatoes and mushrooms! It’s absolutely yum.

  • I tried to cook a Knorr Pasta Side and the noodles did not cook at all, I even placed it in a cozy and still very very under cooked. Not sure what I did wrong but it has not worked for me. I found that I have to cook the meals on the stove at home, then dehydrate it and then this method works.

  • Love all your video’s, always click on them first when I see a new one. Just curious… why do you always say you’re a full time working mum of 2 kids, but never mention you’re a wife? Keep the video’s coming, love them all. Have a great day!!

  • Hi there new subby here! Mandy from living in the mom lane suggested I check out this video when I told her I was looking for no cook recipes. I’m hooked! All the recipes looked amazing. I’m most excited to try the pie though

  • Cured sausage is also great addition to ramen sub for spam little extra money can’t beat the flover personally prefer it do this for my back woods bow hunt

  • We probably have at least a month or more of non-perishables. Not because we’re preparing for the apocalypse or anything, but I tend to stock up when they’re on sale really cheap.

  • Planning your meals is so important for me! I love to cook all of my meals and if I go to the store and just buy random things, I might forget a produce item that I really need or I’ll buy something that I have no recipes to eat it with. Another tip is to go through your kitchen BEFORE making a meal plan and see what you already have so that it doesn’t go to waste and you don’t end up buying something again.

  • The pouch tuna tastes terrible. I’d sooner take the can and pack it out. Better yet are kipper snacks. They taste much better in their own brine and mixed in cous cous or pasta with veggies. I also stock up on sardines in olive oil from Trader Joe’s. And I bring a bottle of extra virgin olive oil to drizzle over everything for its jam packed energy source you will burn before lunch on the trail.

  • I appreciate you sharing your passion. Thanks for not showing pop tarts�� Grape nuts, cane sugar, & Nido…. Is something I’ll always bring on the trails with me now.

  • I planned for two weeks when I saw the shelves were empty in California. Sorry that I planned for it. I watched the news. ����‍♀️I have a deep freezer full, full pantry, homemade soups, and lots of necessities, water, sanitizer, zinc, etc.

  • First, I want to say to all of you that are trying to bash people for stocking up. Yes some people may have gone overboard for their family size, (i.e. a family of 2 buying for like a family of 10) HOWEVER you do realize in you should strive to eventually have a 30-90day (it’s actually recommended to have a 90 day, but minimum of 30day) supply of back up food. For emergency situations. So a lot of people actually already have a 90day stock pile some people don’t and now in this panic they are getting their stock pile. So how about instead of bashing you look into what you should be doing to prep for the next emergency situation you may be facing in the future & try to prep for that.

    Secondly, for those living paycheck to paycheck, yes it is very hard to buy in bulk like this. But it isn’t 100% impossible. When something is on a reduce sale for the price of one item you can get two. So in those moments when they happen you can slowly build that back up food supply. Yes it will take SIGNIFICANTLY longer, but it’s still possible.

    Thirdly, if you don’t like what you’re watching how about ya exit the video and go away ��

  • Wound like to see you do the prep for this on the zoodles and squash. I would like to see the peeler you use and how you do it. I’ve tried those spiralizers and they didn’t work well. Looks like you did a decent amount so I’d like to see the process and know about how long this prep takes doing it your way. Thx

  • I make that zucchini corn salad and a big caprese salad on the first night of our summer vacation, from ingredients bought at local farm stands. The salads, with a pot of pasta, a couple of pesto type sauces, and everyone mixes and matches their own pasta salad for dinner. (Vacation was canceled this year, thank bvn you for indulging my memory!)

  • I once lived for 6 weeks on nothing but Tang, powdered Gatorade, vitamin/mineral tabs, instant oatmeal and peanut butter. Today, I use almond butter, and add jerky, gorp, and powdered milk. I still hate having to cook on the trail.