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
Turning wheat into flour is surprisingly easy. All you need are wheat berries and a grain mill. Here’s how to use a grain mill and make flour.
If you have more eggs than you can eat and you’re living with no refrigerator, then how do you preserve all those extra eggs? Here’s how. #homesteadsurvivalsite #eggs #foodstorage #foodpreservation #foodstockpile
Here is a list of often forgotten emergency foods that offer extended shelf life and provide needed calories and nutrients in an emergency.
Before refrigerators, root cellars served as a primary method of food preservation. Many considered root cellars to be nature’s refrigerator.
While canning is simple enough, it can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Here are 4 canning dangers you should beware of.
Canning takes time to learn, but the rewards are huge. If you’re new to canning food, start with these 5 foods which are fairly easy to can.
Each of these food storage methods has pros and cons. Some methods are better than others for certain foods.
There’s no reason why root cellars have to be the size of a small room. In fact, a root cellar can be as small as a chest freezer. #homesteadsurvivalsite #rootcellar #diy #repurpose #upcycle