Hi all, I am new here and decided to jump right in. I have been thinking hard about food storage and decided I wanted to try to have a 2 year supply of food accumulated by the end of this year. My assumption is that I will not have a stove/oven or fridge - just a camping stove. (Is this a crazy assumption?) Many of the plans I saw included a lot of baking supplies and were quite complex. I kept it as simple as I could. That said, I would appreciate feedback on anything I may be missing. The plan covers 2 meals a day and snacks (the way we usually eat). Year 1 is my 'grocery store' supply year: B'fast: 2X a week - Instant oatmeal w/powdered milk 3X week - granola/cereal w/powdered milk 2X week - freeze dried eggs w/grits every day: canned fruit, coffee or tea Dinner: Pouch of tuna w/mac and cheese and canned veg Spaghetti w/freeze dried cheese and canned veg Chicken curry w/rice and canned veg Canned seasoned black beans w/rice and canned veg Canned chili on rice w/ canned veg Thai soup and Thai noodle dish and canned veg Salmon (pouch) w/lemon juice on rice w/veg Canned beef stew on instant mashed potatoes Chicken dinner (several varieties) from Target - has can of chicken included (This should give us enough variety and I can use much of this on a rotating basis. Veg would be sweet potatoes, spinach, peas, etc...and maybe I should use freeze dried instead of canned? I would hope to suppliment w/home garden.) Snacks: Nuts, ramen noodles, nutella, rasins, miso soup, campbells soups, dried fruits, chocolate, hot chocolate, PB and crackers, hard candies, jerky And plenty of powdered fruit drinks, sugar, some spices, etc. A few jars of gravy and misc stuff like that. Year 2: All freeze dried. I understand that Mountain House is the best tasting?? I have purchased some from Walmart to try this week. There you have it. Thanks for any feedback and it's a pleasure to meet people that are, as I am, wanting to prepare for what may be ahead of us. Thanks very much!