My good friend, Lynnette, was kind enough to share pictures of her stockpile with me. She has been building it for about 4 months with a month off to have a beautiful baby. You can see how she has been able to stock up in different ways than we have (I can't wait to get a freezer!) and how she stores things in different ways - it all depends on the situation.
My deep freeze. Mostly filled with venison. There's a milk crate under the basket with other meats- so I just lift it up and get to more venison :)
My freezer. Mostly things I use regularly- precooked and chopped meats, veggies, ice cream :) the door is mostly filled with juice and hot dogs...
First cupboard. Top shelf is filled with extra tea and coffee. Canned goods behind the ramen (I lost a shelf last fall to too many canned things on one shelf) them bottom shelf is mostly lunch making supplies.
Bulk storage. This is actually underneath a kitchen desk. We have the microwave above and don't use it as a desk. I store things in boxes and slide them out to access the ones behind. On the left you can see ice cream tubs that I use for flour, sugar, rice, etc. from things I buy in 25 pound bags at Sam's.
Thank you, Lynnette, for letting us peek in your cabinets! It's great to see how other people stockpile - I know it gives me ideas on how to improve mine! Click on over and check out Lynnette's blog, Lifestyle Logic, for some great money saving tips!