24 Food Storage Tips From 100 Years Ago

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24 Food Storage Tips From 100 Years Ago - These days America and the world have become complacent. Read this great article that goes back a hundred years and gives us some great tips on food storage.

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I have always struggled with my food. When I first started prepping I would just buy extra food and then forget about it. Then years later I would go to it and it had expired, I know you can still eat it but with the meat I didn’t wanna risk it so I threw a crap ton of my old food stock away.

Over the past few years because I have been doing this website I have learned so much about food storage and I am so happy I have. The funny thing is that pretty much all of the tips, advice and storage methods come from way before my time. That’s right, two or three generations ago, the people had it right.

These days America and the world have become complacent. I found a great article that goes back a hundred years and gives us some great tips on miscellaneous storage and food tips.

24 Food Storage Tips From 100 Years Ago


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