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.
In this video from the Youtube channel, Reality Survival, JJ talks about the top 30 foods that can last up to 30 years when stored properly.
Don’t be caught without food when the next disaster strikes. If you start building your emergency food stockpile now, you’ll be way ahead of most people. #homesteadsurvivalsite #emergencyfood #foodstockpile #preparedness #foodstorage
If you’re planning to stock up your prepper pantry, you’ll save a lot by going to your local grocery store instead of buying overpriced survival food. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalfood #emergencyfood #foodstorage #preparedness
The world of grains is ever-expanding. The grains that we think are new to the market, like couscous and quinoa, have been around for centuries. But consumers have demanded access to different sources of protein, vitamins, and unprocessed food a lot more in recent years. Amaranth is now one of those foods that have found […]
Dehydration works by removing the moisture content from food. How do you dehydrate food properly so that it stores well and stays safe to eat? #homesteadsurvivalsite #dehydration #foodpreservation #foodstorage #preparedness
Are you wasting valuable space in the fridge on foods that don’t need to be refrigerated? Without even peeking in your fridge, I can guess that you are. #homesteadsurvivalsite #foodstorage #refrigerator #emergencyfood #homestead
Converting wheat into flour is surprisingly easy. All you need is wheat berries and a good grain mill. Here is how to use a grain mill and make flour. #homesteadsurvivalsite #grainmill #flourmill #makeflour #flour