How do you make sure you have enough milk, eggs, butter, and cheese to keep your family eating well all year round? Here are 9 methods. #homesteadsurvivalsite #dairy #foodstorage #farmlife #preservefood
Check out these clever places to hide and store your emergency food in case desperate civilians come to raid your stockpile.
There are many seemingly long-term foods that won’t store more than 12 months. Make sure you rotate them with fresh replacements every 3 to 6 months.
If you want to stock up on emergency supplies without spending more than necessary, your best bet is to get a membership to somewhere like Sam’s Club. #homesteadsurvivalsite #stockpile #samsclub #frugal #preparedness
Whether you can’t afford an electric dehydrator or you’re trying to use as little electricity as possible, there are plenty of other ways to dehydrate food. #homesteadsurvivalsite #foodstorage #dehydrate #fooddehydration #offgrid
Here you’ll find a list of 35 emergency foods you should be stocking. With all of these foods on hand, you’ll be eating well no matter what happens.
Ignoring the rules of canning could lead to botulism poisoning and land you in the hospital or even the morgue. Here are 7 canning mistakes to avoid.
There are many ways to store meat without a refrigerator. Smoking, curing, brining, canning, dehydrating, freeze drying, and more.
There are many methods to dehydrate food. Some are cheaper and more efficient than others but no matter how you dehydrate food, there are a ton of benefits.
You don’t need a huge factory operation to get start canning food. In fact, everything you need is easily available at your local hardware store or online.