During an emergency, that last thing you want to get is food poisoning. Here’s how to make sure your emergency food is safe to eat.
6 Rules for Safe Canning to Learn Before You Get Started
While canning is a relatively simple process, there are some important rules for safe canning you should know before you start.
How to Flash Freeze Food at Home
When you flash freeze food at home, the food in your freezer bags doesn’t stick together so you’re able to only get the amount you need.
How to Stockpile a Year’s Worth of Food
Stockpiling a year’s worth of food is more complicated than it sounds, but it can be done if you just follow this process.
How to Can Beef – 3 Delicious Recipes
If you don’t know how to can beef, it’s easier than you think. Here are recipes for canning ground beef, corned beef brisket, and beef stew.
How to Keep Food Cold Without a Fridge or Freezer
People found ways to keep their food storage cold long before refrigerators and freezers were invented. Here are 8 methods to try.
How to Rehydrate Your Food Storage
If you have lots of dehydrated and freeze-dried food, you need to know how to rehydrate your food storage before you eat it. Here’s how.
Food Dehydration 101: Things to Know Before You Start
While food dehydration is a fairly straightforward process, there are still many things you need to know to do it successfully.
Hurdling: A Food Storage Technique That Extends Shelf Life By Years
Hurdling is a combination of more than one food preservation technique. The idea is to create a series of hurdles for microorganisms.
Top 10 Most Popular Emergency Foods
These are the best-selling emergency foods among preppers and homesteaders because of their shelf life, nutrition, and flavor.
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