I like a stocked pantry. I get kind of panicky when it looks bare. I only buy things that we will use, not random stuff just to fill it. Always in the back of my mind is this little voice that says " do you have enough dry goods to see you through at least a month without going to the store?" If not, I replenish. :) We have 5 lbs of lentils, 10 lbs of rice, 5 lbs of pinto beans, 5 lbs of corn meal, 10 lbs of flour, 10 lbs of sugar, 2 of brown sugar, 5 big boxes of chex cereal, 12 large cans of locally raised beef, 8 jars of newmans spaghetti sauce, 16 jars of tomatoes, 8 cans of pumpkin, 8 cans of evaporated milk, 5 cans of pears in their own juice and 4 of pineapple in own juice, various canned veggies ( I prefer frozen) 2 bags of coconut flour, 6 bags of corn pasta and 12 various packages of regular pasta, 5 bags of tortilla chips, 8 bags of pork rinds, 5 boxes of crackers and 3 jugs of apple juice. There is much more in there but that's what I remember off the top of my head. The junk food is for dh and the kids. I really don't eat it much. That amount will last at least through winter for our family of 7.
I also stock my chest freezer. We currently have 12 chickens, a huge pork loin ( longer than my arm), 2 turkeys, 5 pork roasts, 8 lbs of butter, and 10 lbs of cheese. Dh is hoping to get a deer this year as well.
We need more staples. I still feel like we don't quite have what we need. However it takes time and planning to stock up in a cost effective way ;).