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Food Drop order Deadline is July 7
Pick-up will be week of July 10, 2022

Join THE Azure Food drop

Azure is a way to secure our food delivery system with an amazing selection of organic and natural foods. 

Use sharecode Radicalresilience1

(if requested)

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Azure Ju;y Sale pdf

 
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Azure is a way to secure our food delivery system from a source other then grocery stores, etc.  They are a membership of Christians who work to bring food directly to drop sites across the country.  They have an amazing selection of organic and natural foods, many of which you see in stores like Natural Grocers, Sprouts and Whole Foods.  They also specialize in food storage as well as share many tips for healthy resilience.  Orders are filled in the order they are received.  In other words, the sooner you complete and pay for your order, the better your chances are of the items being filled.  There are items (like wheat berries) that are becoming difficult to get at the time.  I'd encourage placing larger orders quickly as we've been informed of potential transportation disruptions toward the end of the summer.

Order Your food today!

  1. Create a free account (use sharecode Radicalresilience1 if requested)

  2. When ordering, select the drop nearest to you or select Radical Resilience drop  (located at the Road Church) if in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  3. Finalize your online order  

  4. Anticipate arrival (drop date and time will be emailed and posted online)

  5. Pick-up your order at the delivery date and time for your location.

  1. Create a free account (use sharecode Radicalresilience1 if requested)

  2. When ordering, select the drop nearest to you or select Radical Resilience drop  (located at the Road Church) if in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  3. Finalize your online order  

  4. Anticipate arrival (drop date and time will be emailed and posted online)

  5. Pick-up your order at the delivery date and time for your location.

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Watch this video for ideas on what to order

To start your Family Pantry Staples use grains and flours, fats, oils, nuts, seeds, fruits, seasonings, condiments, and sweeteners. View the video for a more complete listing.

Sample Pantry Staples

Not an exhaustive list- personalize for your dietary needs

Beans, Grains and Flours: Unifine pastry flour (if baking) - Hard red wheat – Hard white wheat - Rolled oats - Pasta - Brown Rice - Quinoa - Lentils - Beans - Rice Flour – Rice - Buckwheat - Popcorn - Spelt- Amaranth

Fats and Oils: Olive oil (Be careful of sourcing, most are adulterated in the USA) - Coconut oil – Chicken Schmaltz - Beef Suet (tallow) - Lard - Ghee (Clarified Butter), Dairy (Powdered).  AVOID PUFA's, Vegetable Oils, Flax Oils

 

Nuts, Seeds, and Fruits: Almonds - Brazil nuts - Walnuts - Sunflower seeds - Flax seeds - Chia seeds - Pumpkin seeds - Dried Corn - Raisins -Coconut -Peanuts -Cashews - Sprouting seeds - Sesame seeds

 

Seasonings and Condiments: Himalayan salt – Celtic Salt – Real Salt - Italian seasoning - Garlic granules - Onion granules - Balsamic vinegar - Apple Cider Vinegar - Cayenne pepper - Ginger - Black pepper - Paprika - Chili Powder - Basil leaf - Parsley leaf - Kelp - Chlorella  

Sweeteners: Clover honey - Sucanat - Blackstrap Molasses - Coconut sugar

 

Animal Products: Freeze Dried, Canned, Dried, Smoked and Powdered.

 

BONUS: Garden seeds for upcoming gardens – Sprouting Seeds for Microgreens

PLEASE NOTE: This content is not nearly as in-depth as serious food storage for prolonged periods of time requires. This information is purely to provide foundational basics that will help support selecting nutrient dense foods that are shelf stable and can be stored or used in rotation. Additional information like cooking capability, water for rehydration, etc. should all be taken into account based upon your individual situation.  

Using the sample pantry stapel food ingredients, you can make a wide assortment of nutritious, hot meals such as: 

  • Soups and stews

  • Chilis

  • Sun-dried crackers (flax, corn and salt)

  • Sports drinks (water, chia, coconut sugar and a dash of salt)

  • Nut smoothies (coconut sugar, chia, almonds or cashews)

  • Breakfast muesli and porridge (oats, rice, almonds)

  • Nut milks (requires a blender and a nut milk bag)

  • Hummus

  • Casseroles

  • Refried beans

This creates protein-rich, fat-rich meals that provide even more lasting energy for human metabolism, especially during a winter crisis. These meals can be as simple as adding lard to green lentils that are boiled with salt. In times of hunger and survival, that's a highly nutritious meal that can power your body and mind for many hours (if not days).

How Should You Store Emergency Food?

  1. Keep it in a dark, dry location

  2. Make sure the temperature is lower than 60 degrees

  3. Avoid sunlight exposure and humidity

  4. Keep your emergency food away from petroleum products (gasoline, paints, oils and solvents)

  5. Protect your food from rodents or pests (including humans looking for a snack)

  6. Label your storable foods with the current date and make sure to replace it before it expires