Preserving vegetables in sand is a common farmer’s trick. It allows folks to eat homegrown veggies throughout winter without a refrigerator.
Stockpiling food isn’t enough. You need a variety of foods to make it through hard times. There are 14 types of food you should store.
Preserving meat through canning is a great way to store shelf-stable protein for your pantry and if you ever need it in an emergency.
If you want to know how to build a Great Depression pantry with some of the same items used in the 1930s, here is how they did it.
In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know for having optimal homesteader emergency food storage.
Tattler lids are reusable canning lids. They work much like metal canning lids but can be reused instead of thrown out after one use.
You can preserve low moisture foods with the dry canning method. Learn more about how to dry can food with these tips.
Flour is a basic food that everyone should have. You can make your flour last up to a decade or longer using these tried-and-true techniques.
Although most expiration date codes on food are easy to read, some of them can be confusing. Here’s how to read them.
Canning can be an intimidating process at first. But if you follow these easy beginner canning recipes, you’ll be well on your way.