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    Default Stockpiling inventory sheet

    I made this inventory sheet for my pantry & freezer inventories to help me to know what I have on have throughout my stockpiling ventures. Also helps to let me know when I need to start looking for sales on some items I use frequently. Just thought some of you could use them as well.

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    Thanks for these!!

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    these are perfect... I"m working on my household binder and these came at just the right time... THANKS

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    Sounds like a great system. Thanks for the cheat sheets.

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    Thank you for these documents. I'm always going through my stockpile in my head. These will help me keep track of my own inventory and help me use up my freezer stockpile before it gets freezer burned.

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    These are Great. Thank you so much

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    Wow these are laid out very nice. Thank you

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    Thanks for those lists!! I am going to start my binder tomorrow and will need those!!

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    Thank you so much for these lists, I stock pile but intend to pick it up a notch this year in hopes to save more money in the long run to help with some renovations for our house this coming spring, these will do perfectly so that we know what we have, thank you.

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    Thanks so much for this wonderful tool!

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    I love these! I couldn't find mine when I was doing inventory so I did mine a little differently. I put a box for the item and then a long line for the slash marks. It actually worked out better for us because I have like huge amounts of a few things (30 cans of black olives, 50 cans of diced tomatoes, etc). I still do the "/" and then the "X" when we use it.

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    Thanks! I just printed several of each.

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    I am just getting started with my food stockpile. I am concerned about the origin of some of the dried products out there. With all of the safety issues from products from China, I don't want to purchase them. Plus I believe in "Made in America" Do some of you have links to sites where I can be assured that they are made in america?

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    I hear ya ditto. I'm canadian and prefer to only buy canadian or american food items. Other than banana's, I don't buy groceries from other countries, particularly canned/dried products.

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    Thank you! I am updating my household book.

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