with Victoria Frizzell, author of: Victoria’s Food Storage Recipes – How Much is Enough?
When: Thursday, June 20th, 7-9 p.m.
Where: Syracuse Bluff Stake Center
2339 West 1900 South (Just south of Walmart)
Topics will include:
• How to create a 1-year supply of food storage down to the last teaspoon of salt and the last cup of water.
• Implementing a food storage system that is shelf stable that does not require electricity.
BE SURE TO BRING A NOTE PAD AND PEN/PENCIL
There will be handouts and her book will be for sale at her cost of printing.
LAYTON HOME STORAGE CENTER WITH DISPLAY & INFORMATION
Learn what’s available and order food (free delivery in Syracuse for those attending).
About Victoria Frizzell
Graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelors degree in Secondary Art Education. She then moved to Southern California in 1986 with her husband and raised four sons. Frizzell worked at Be Ready Inc. for three years with a number of responsibilities including teaching preparedness seminars.
Frizzel has also served as Emergency Preparedness Leader/Food Storage Specialist in her Stake for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in California for seven years. During that time, she taught self-reliance/food storage seminars throughout Southern California for five years.
She is also the author of “Victoria’s how much is enough? Food Storage Cookbook” In addition, Frizzel penned an Emergency Preparedness/Food Storage newsletter (e-mail) that spread throughout the United States due to its popularity. Frizzell currently lives in Syracuse, Utah. She lives what she teaches and has a wealth of knowledge that she is willing to share with others.