Recipe Source: Diabetic Recipes - http://recipesource.com/special-diets/diabetic/
Diabetic Diet Ideas - http://www.food-storage-info.com/diabeticdietideas.html
Emergency Preparedness: Diabetes Management During a Crisis - http://aces.nmsu.edu/terrorism/CRpresentations/epdiabetes.pdf
2. Find ones that sound good to you and have "storage" potential (ones that use ingredients that may be stored.)
3. Give the recipe a try -- see if you like it.
4. Save the recipes you like by printing them on recipe cards or on paper and keep them in a binder. (In an emergency where there is a loss of power, you may not be able to retrieve recipes from your computer.)
5. For each recipe, make a list of necessary ingredients.
6. Itemize ingredients as to whether they may be stored short-term (3-months or less) or long-term (1-year or more).
7. Purchase necessary ingredients. (Don't go into debt to do this. Gradually build your food storage by purchasing an extra can or two each time you shop -- or a little more -- as you can prudently afford. Watch for sales.)
8. Store your supplies. (See "Family Home Storage Pamphlet")
8. Rotate. (Use it up.)
9. Replenish. (Restock your shelves.)
10. Repeat steps one through nine.
11. Adapt your recipe collection as circumstances and tastes change.
Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancakes
Whole Wheat Flour Tortillas