Canned soup is a delicious and convenient way to stockpile food. All you have to do is open it, heat it up, and it’s ready to eat.
In order to survive, soldiers in the Civil War had to rely on a variety of foods that would keep for long periods of time and store easily.
Most people are storing their food wrong and don’t even know it. By refrigerating certain foods, you’re causing them to spoil faster.
Long before refrigerators, people stored their food using time-tested methods like larders, root cellars, canning, drying, and smoking.
Canning and dehydrating have distinct advantages and disadvantages. We’ll consider their definitions, their pros and cons, and the procedures involved. #homesteadsurvivalsite #canning #dehydrating #foodstorage #preparedness
Everything from bread and cheese to beer, wine, and things like sauerkraut, Kimchi, and yogurt are the result of fermentation.
Root cellars are one of the best ways to store food, whether you’re a prepper or a homesteader. #homesteadsurvivalsite #rootcellars #foodstorage #preparedness #foodstockpile
If you make these food storage mistakes, your food could end up going bad, wasting both your time and your money.
There are plenty of foods designed and processed for long-term food storage. But what about everyday foods from the grocery store?
As long as you store these emergency foods in airtight containers and in cool, dry, dark locations, they will last several decades.