Post-Disaster No-Cook Food Ideas

NORFOLK (19 noviembre 2010) Técnico de Sistemas de Información de Primera Clase, Angelita Tester, clasifica alimentos no-perecederos para el programa de asistencia sin fines de lucro durante las fiestas de “Armed Services YMCA”. Las canastas irán a 640 familias para el Día de Acción de Gracias. (Foto del Navy de los EEUU tomada por el especialista de comunicación masiva de 3ra Clase, Brian Goodwin/Liberado)NORFOLK (Nov. 19, 2010) Information Systems Technician 1st Class Angelita Tester sorts through non-perishable food items for the non-profit Armed Services YMCA's holiday assistance program. The baskets will go to 640 families for Thanksgiving. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Brian Goodwin/Released)

From the US Department of Agriculture:

During hurricane/disaster situations, it can be hard to provide healthy meals for your family. You may be without power or have limited water. Food may not be safe to eat during and after an emergency. Canned foods are always good in these situations, as are oatmeal/dry cereal and peanut butter.

Check out the USDA’s list of No Cook Cooking resources for more information, recipes, and ideas. They’ve also updated their Food Safety page with resources on food safety during disasters.

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